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Registration for Summer 2022 is officially open! Please click on one of the headings below for session dates and rates.

Overnight Campers

Overnight camp is the ultimate camp experience for young people excited to immerse themselves in the camp community and spend time away from home for a full week! Our Open Age, Junior, and Intermediate programs are designed to offer age-appropriate programming, exciting challenges, and opportunities for leadership as our campers get older and return to camp year after year!

Overnight campers sleep in same-gender cabins of 8-12 campers with at least 2 staff members. Campers sleep on bunk beds. Washroom facilities are nearby. Campers are assigned to small activity groups with which they participate in typical camp activities. A regular day at camp starts with a dip in the pool and a balanced breakfast. Throughout the day, campers play two large camp-wide games and participate in 5 group activities such as archery, orienteering, crafts, and pond study. In each day there is a session with music a skit and a time to reflect on a faith teaching. During the week, campers will also go canoeing, receive tuck, and climb the high ropes course.

Leapfrog Camp

Leapfrog Camp is an option we are offering for 2022 only. It is for campers who would like to try a full week of Overnight Camp but are nervous about spending an entire week away from home. By registering for the Leapfrog option your camper will be a part of the Overnight Camp program but will be picked up from Camp Monday and Wednesday at 7:30 PM and dropped off again Tuesday and Thursday at 8:30 AM. 

Leapfroggers will come to Camp Sunday afternoon and stay over until Monday night. Then they will Tuesday morning until Wednesday night. They will finish up the week from Thursday morning until Friday evening. Register for Leapfrog if you’d like to give Overnight a try before committing to a full week. You can send questions about Leapfrog Camp to Tim at director@cavespringscamp.on.ca

Overnight Camps 2022

NameAgeDatesCostMaleFemale
Open Age 1 (includes Leapfrog)7-12July 10-15$495OPENOPEN
Junior 1 (includes Leapfrog) 9-12July 17-22$495OPENOPEN
SLP13-15July 17-22$450OPENOPEN
Intermediate 113-15July 24-29$535OPENOPEN
Open Age 27-12Aug 2-5$315OPENOPEN
Junior 29-12Aug 7-12$495OPENOPEN
Intermediate 213-15Aug 14-19$535OPENOPEN
Open Age 3 (includes Leapfrog) 7-12Aug 21-26$495OPENOPEN

Drop off and pick-up info: *All camps start the registration process at 4pm on date of drop off*

On Arrival Day you will:

  1. Sign in with the directors;
  2. Give any medications to the camp healthcare staff;
  3. Choose a family password that will be used on departure day;
  4. Submit any outstanding forms and payments;
  5. Have your head checked for lice.

Departure time for all Overnight Camps is 7:00 pm. Come at 6:30 pm on departure day and view a slideshow of photos from the week.

An Example Day

Cancellation Policy:

  • Cancellations made prior to June 15 are subject to a $25 cancellation fee.
  • Cancellations made from June 15 to five days before the start day of camp are subject to a $75 cancellation fee.
  • Cancellations made four or fewer days before camp are not subject to a refund unless compelling evidence is provided to the director

Weekly Themes:

Each week of camp has a different theme and unique games, meals, and activities. Campers are encouraged to bring theme-relevant items and fun activity ideas if they desire.

Week 1: TBD 
Week 2: TBD
Week 3: TBD
Week 4: TBD
Week 5: TBD
Week 6: TBD
Week 7: TBD

Faith Formation:

Campers are introduced to faith in a new and exciting fashion. We recognize that children come from a variety of backgrounds and we strive to provide them with a safe environment to learn about faith. Children participate in daily sessions where they sing worship music, led by a worship band. They also watch an age-appropriate drama that runs the span of the week. After session, children take part in small group discussions and activities where they are encouraged to ask questions and recap what took place during the daily drama. Each day ends with vespers. During this time, campers are led in more worship and participate in skits about faith.