Lake Park Society at Comox Lake

Summer Camps

Do you want to make new friends, hike, canoe, kayak, craft, play, tell tall tales, swim, sing and discover the wonders of Cumberland lake Park this summer? Join our experienced camp leaders our week-long camps in July and August. Come and connect with each other and the outdoors. We promise you will leave each day tired and inspired.

Ramblers Camp

Our Ramblers Camp explores both the forest and the lake. We will take you to all our favourite caves, grandmother trees, hidden waterfalls and secret beaches! We will paddle in huge voyageur canoes, try kayaks and play on SUPs.

This camp is for kids ages 6 to 12, and campers will be split into two age groups. Each group will cater to the ages, abilities, and developmental stages of campers. In general, each group will have different schedules and activities. However, they will participate in some activities together, to maximize fun and to allow the older kids opportunities to practice their leadership skills. The camp runs daily from 9:30am to 4:00pm.

No paddling experience or swimming ability required. Please note that the program involves travel over uneven terrain and requires that participants are aware of their surroundings. Please let us know in advance if this will create a barrier. We will make every effort to include participants of diverse ability.

Camp Kin

Our Camp Kin (2SLGBTQIA+) is similar to our Ramblers Camp, but with special intention toward creating a supportive and empowering community. Camp Kin welcomes all queer, trans, two-spirit, questioning and/or curious youth ages 8 to 13 to join us for a week of inclusion, play, and celebration at Comox Lake. Our priority is to celebrate gender and sexual diversity by creating a safe space for each camper to be their truest self. The camp runs daily from 9:30am to 3:30pm.

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No paddling experience or swimming ability required. Please note that the program involves travel over uneven terrain and requires that participants are aware of their surroundings. Please let us know in advance if this will create a barrier. We will make every effort to include participants of diverse ability.

All participants must wear a PFD (provided) during swimming (wading and splashing) as well as boating activities. Sit-on-top kayaks are used in the swim bay for the optional kayak activity block. All swimming, wading and kayak activities include alternative dry options. Non-swimmers are welcome!

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