Programs and Retreats | Gracefield Christian Camp

By: Gracefield Camp & Confr Ctr  09-12-2011

Gracefield staff and volunteers are committed to our mission and are happy to work with you to develop an individual or group retreat. We offer a place to reflect and plan. To grow and discover your potential. We have staff and volunteers available to facilitate or assist your experience with wilderness and outdoor education, ropes course, and canoeing instructions. As well as the use of our labyrinth or prayer trail.

Take all the stress out of your retreat…let us prepare your meals! Most special diets are accommodated with prior arrangement.

Meal Fees Adult Child (3-12 years)
Breakfast $7.50 $5.50
Lunch $8.50 $6.50
Dinner $12.00 $9.00
Beverage $1.25 $1.00
Snack $1.75 $1.00
Per day $28.50 $23.00
(all inclusive)
Weekend $47.00 $36.00
(Fri. eve. snack; Sat. 3 meals + eve. snack; Sun. 2 meals)

Accommodation:
White Pine Lodge
Enjoy our all-inclusive accommodation facility year-round.
Accommodates 33 persons.
The main dining hall seats 120.
Spend hours in the comfortable Pineview lounge / meeting room with fireplace, walkout patio, library, games, TV/DVD, and Piano.
Room 1: 2 twin beds and pull-out sofa with private 3pc- bath (this room is priority reserved for those with mobility needs)
Room 2: 1 twin bed and 1 bunk bed; connecting 3pc-bath
Rooms 3-9: 2 twin beds and 1 bunk bed; connecting 3pc-bath
Group Fee: $550.00 per night plus taxes
Individual Fee: $28.50 per night plus taxes

Beaver Lodge
The original Billings family cottage is the early 1900’s gem. The large fireplace in the living room accommodates 15 for a cozy evening by the fire.
One, 3pc-bath is centrally located.
Room #1: 3 single beds, sofa-bed, lake view
Room #2: 1 double bed
Room #3: 3 single beds, lake view, outdoor access
Room #4: 2 single beds, 2-pc bath, outdoor access
Room #5: double bed, single bed, 4-pc bath, lake view, outdoor access
Open May through October
Group Fees: $575 per night plus taxes
Group Kitchen Fees: $100 per day plus taxes
Individual Fees: $28.50 per night plus taxes; only available for weekdays Monday through Thursday
(subject to availability).
Individual Kitchen Fee: $10 per day plus taxes

Jolly Roger
A Billings era cottage expanded for camp use.
Group capacity is 20 persons.
Two, 3-pc. wheelchair accessible washrooms
One, 3pc washroom in dormitory area.
Self-catering kitchen
Large common room for 60 with fireplace
Small dining / meeting rooms.
Direct outdoor access from bedrooms 1,2,5,6.
Open May through October.
Group Fees: $600 per night plus taxes
Group Kitchen Fees: $100 per day plus taxes
Individual Fees: $28.50 per night plus taxes (subject to availability).
Individual Kitchen Fee: $10 per day plus taxes

Woodland Cabins (5 cabins)
Rustic cabins each sleep 12 in 3 rooms with 2 bunk beds per room, plus common room that could sleep 2 more (1 bunk bed).
Community wheelchair accessible washrooms with showers nearby.
Cabins #2 & #3 are wheelchair accessible.
Campfire cooking / picnic area.
Open May through October.
Group Fees: $150 per night plus taxes
Individual Fees not available.

Tenting Field Sites 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Level, open area on forest edge, 4 fire pits, space for 5-19 tents, community washrooms nearby.
Second Tenting Filed:
Secluded site (pack in and out—no vehicle access).
Camp fire circle.
Space for 5-10 tents,
Community washrooms 1 km walk.

Open May through October (weather permitting)
$35 per site; plus $4 per adult (18 & over); plus $1 per youth (17 & under); per night plus taxes

Tent or Trailer Sites: $35 per night plus taxes
10 sites available for one night at a time, weekend or full week.

Equipment Rentals:
All seasonal equipment is available to guests on a first-come first-serve basis and is subject to weather and safety changes.
All equipment is available from 9am-5pm daily. The office must have a 24 hour notice for all equipment needs.
Canoes (includes paddles, mandatory life jackets & safety equipment; $6 per hour plus taxes
Sailboats (includes mandatory life jackets & safety equipment) (responsible person must have proof of sailing knowledge ie: certification card). $15 per hour plus taxes
Archery:
Range Setup $30 plus taxes
Bow $5 per hour plus taxes
Broken Arrows $3 each plus taxes
Instructor $25 per hour plus taxes (your group may provide your own instructor with instructor’s credentials on-file at the office).
Low ropes, challenge course:
Setup $30 plus taxes
Instructor $25 per hour plus taxes (qualified instructor is required for insurance purposes).
Cross-country skis, boots & poles: $5 per set per day plus taxes
Snow Shoes: $5 per set per day plus taxes
Ball Field: use of field & available equipment is free.

Contact Information:

37 Chemin des Loisirs; CP 420

Gracefield, Quebec, Canada J0X 1W0

Telephone / Fax: 819-463-2465

Directions from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada:

House of Commons

111 Wellington Street

Ottawa, ON K1A 0A9, Canada

(613) 992-4793

1. Head southwest on Wellington St/Regional Road 34 toward Rue O’Connor

Continue to follow Wellington St

1.3 km

2. Continue onto Portage Bridge

Entering QC

650 m

3. Continue onto Boulevard Maisonneuve N

1.7 km

4. Slight left to merge onto Autoroute 5 N toward Maniwaki

23.6 km

5. Turn right toward QC-105 N

59 m

6. Turn left at QC-105 N

9.2 km

7. Turn right at Chemin Maclaren/QC-105 N/QC-366 E (signs for Val des Monts/Maniwaki)

1.0 km

8. Turn left at QC-105 N

57.7 km

9. Turn left at Rue Saint Eugène

3.2 km

10. Continue onto Chemin de Blue Sea

650 m

11. Turn right at Chemin du Lac Paquin

4.1 km

12. Turn left at Chemin des Loisirs

51 m

13. Turn right

Destination will be on the left

650 m

 

 

Gracefield Christian Camp & Retreat Centre

37 Ch des Loisirs

Gracefield, QC J0X 1W0, Canada

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011


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