TEEN CAMP 2021: JULY 19-23

DATES: July 19th - 23rd

COST: $200 (earlybird). After June 1st: $225

*This charge includes a pre-paid daily canteen tab

We are absolutely anticipating a blow-your-mind experience! Directors Rob & April Howard have an incredible team of young leaders who will direct our youth in games, skills, hang out times, and some time to encounter God - as well as to process the season we have just come through.


Activities include archery, swimming, horses, wide games, campfires, talent show, lame jokes, and more.


Separate tracks will run for our Junior and Senior Teen groups, with smaller cohorts of groupings in accordance with SHA guidelines. We are thrilled to welcome Matt Adams and Jordan Culham as our speakers for the week!

This year, Junior Teens are entering Grade 6 to entering Grade 8.

Our Senior Teens are just Graduated Gr. 12. We think our Gr. 12 grads deserve some fun this summer!

Day Camp begins at 9:30 a.m. and ends at 7:00 p.m.


Shuttle service is available to and from Weyburn, Pangman, Ogema, and Regina on a donation basis. Shuttle spots will be confirmed on a first come, first serve basis. You will be informed if you are put on a waiting list. Pick up will be approximately 8:45 for Weyburn, Pangman, and Ogema with a return of approximately 7:45. Pick up in Regina will be approximately 8:00 a.m. with a return of approximately 8:30 p.m.


Teens are able to drive themselves in and out of the camp each day. We will ask to have keys and cell phones checked in at the office each day.


Overnight lodging options are available for our senior teens only at an additional fee of $25. These will be single-person cabins, or double cabins for any sibling groups. 24-hour security will be on site during this camp. When Day Camp ends at 7:00 p.m., Senior Teens who remain on the grounds will have optional, supervised areas to spend time in until approximately 10:00 p.m. when they will be asked to be in their own separate cabins for the evening. Staff will be awake and directly monitoring on the grounds throughout the night. Breakfast will be served by 8:00 a.m. the next morning. All SHA guidelines will continue to be followed in the evening.

If SHA regulations allow for overnight camping options, all teens will be able to upgrade to an overnight option with the day camp option also being available and our Senior Teens who have already registered to stay on the grounds will be assigned to overnight dorms with a cabin leader.

Preparing for Camp

What to Bring:

  • Please have a bag for your belongings you can carry with you through the day.
  • Running shoes for horses and games.
  • Long pants for horse riding
  • Flip flops or sandals (suggested).
  • Swim wear (modest) and a towel
  • Bug spray and sunscreen
  • Extra money for canteen and camp gear (optional). A tab can be left at the office.
  • A refillable water bottle
  • Masks for indoor activities (suggested 2 per day)

*We will be continuing to monitor and follow SHA regulations and will confirm all plans with families prior to camp.

* Trossachs Camp Meeting Association will not be responsible for any lost or damaged belongings.