Chippewa Summer Camps is a registered week long summer camp program for children 5-13!

Each week is themed and days are packed with arts & crafts, sports & games, camp skills & swimming and so much more!

Check us out in the Key for more information.

For your child's safety, we require a completed Participant Information Form (provided at registration) to be submitted by email, fax or at the Vicotriaville Civic centre, Community Services, no later that 4:30pm on the Wednesday of the week prior to camp.

Drop off and Pick Up Information

Drop-off and pick-up is at Volunteer Pool and the Canada Games Complex (please identify pool at registration).

Drop off: Between 8 am - 9 am (buses leave at 9)

Pick up: Between 4:30 pm - 5 pm

Summer 2019 Camps

 Chipmunks (Ages 5-8)
  • Walk on the Wild Side (4 day camp)
  • Imaginarium
  • Marvel Madness
  • Around the World
  • Fun with Food
  • Chippewa's Got Talent (4 day camp)
  • Animal Planet
  • Summer Forever
 Bears (Ages 9-13)
  • Wilderness Warrior (4 day camp)
  • STEM
  • Chopped Chippewa
  • Camp Olympics
  • Survivor Challenge (Sleep out camp)
  • Aqua Adventure (4 day camp)
  • Amazing Race (Sleep out camp)
  • Summer Forever

Things to know

  • Pre-registration is required – call 625-8463 to register today!
  • Chippewa is nut safe – any food sent from home must be nut safe.
  • Please pack plenty of water, food, athletic footwear and a hat, as well as a bathing suit & towel!
  • Ensure your child is wearing sunscreen.
  • A Participant Information Form is needed before the start of camp.
  • If your child has a disability, we welcome them to come with a PSW or support may be provided through Junior Inclusion Services.

 

Staff and volunteers

 Staff
 All staff is trained in First Aid and the HIGH FIVE. HIGH FIVE supports the healthy development of children in recreation and sport.
 Volunteering
 To volunteer with Chippewa Summer Camps, email our Coordinator - Summer Camps or call 807-623-0233.

 

FAQs 

 Where are camps located?
 Camps are based at Chippewa Park on the shores of beautiful Lake Superior
 Camp Environment
  • Campers are placed in age-appropriate groupings.
  • Maximum Camper to Leader ratio is 10 to 1.
 Transportation
 Drop off and pick up is at Volunteer Pool or the Canada Games Complex (identify which location during registration). Bus transportation to Chippewa Park is provided by an accredited bus company for campers and staff.
 Swimming
  • Campers can swim upon arrival at Volunteer or the Complex.
  • Weather dependent, there is also lifeguard supervised swimming at Sandy Beach near Chippewa Park a couple times throughout the week

Contact us

Email our Coordinator -  Summer Camps or call 807-623-0233.

 

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