Gracefield is proud to have a 45+ year tradition of serving youth and children with summer camp programs.
Child / Youth Summer Camp 2011
In “Got Spirit?” six biblical passages will aid campers to explore different ways God reveals God’s self to the human family. In a search for God’s presence, campers and leaders will seek God as Maker of creation; in moments of gratitude; in the person of the stranger; in the Church, the Body of Christ; in moments of worship; and in our prayers and acts of mercy toward others in Christ’s name. Each text affirms God’s presence in the ordinary moments of life.
Co-ed summer camps for ages 7-16
Our famous high school camp is back, with its
youth-friendly schedule of stay up late, sleep in next
day. Night Owl will begin Monday morning and end
the next Saturday morning. Traditional camp fun by day,
special events by night. It will be amazing!
Woodlander and Paddlemaster.
Woodlander session: for novices (age 11-13) and
advanced for those who already have
some wilderness experience (age 12-14).
If you’re keen on living and learning in
the woods, come join the adventures.
The advanced group will
undertake a solo Survival night in
shelters you build yourself. Don’t worry,
Mom, they will be kept safe.
Paddlemaster focusses on developing canoeing
skills. ORCKA has revised its standards, so we’ve
revised the program, leaving more time for regular
camp fun, and adding a day long trip to try out what
you’ve learned. Campers work toward earning an
ORCKA Flatwater 1 & 2 (tandem) and Flatwater 3 (solo) certificates.
Families of all configurations and individuals of all
ages are welcome to join in the fun and fellowship of
our inter-generational Family Camp.
A day long canoe excursion, and a range of optional
activities for mixed age groups make for a great time.
Camperships are available as funds are available, on a first-come, first-serve basis, upon request and completion of a Campership Application.
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
|1. ||Head southwest on Wellington St/Regional Road 34 toward Rue O’Connor |
Continue to follow Wellington St
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|2. ||Continue onto Portage Bridge |
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|3. ||Continue onto Boulevard Maisonneuve N || || |
|4. ||Slight left to merge onto Autoroute 5 N toward Maniwaki || || |
|5. ||Turn right toward QC-105 N || || |
|6. ||Turn left at QC-105 N || || |
|7. ||Turn right at Chemin Maclaren/QC-105 N/QC-366 E (signs for Val des Monts/Maniwaki) || || |
|8. ||Turn left at QC-105 N || || |
|9. ||Turn left at Rue Saint Eugène || || |
|10. ||Continue onto Chemin de Blue Sea || || |
|11. ||Turn right at Chemin du Lac Paquin || || |
|12. ||Turn left at Chemin des Loisirs || || |
|13. ||Turn right |
Destination will be on the left
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Gracefield Christian Camp & Retreat Centre
37 Ch des Loisirs
Gracefield, QC J0X 1W0, Canada