CAMPER REGISTRATIONS WILL BE OPEN JANUARY 2, 2020 at 7am AST.
In 2019 we were full by the end of April and this year we figure it will be earlier.
Camp is needed more today than ever before and Sherbrooke Lake Camp is made for you. It's a place for kids to be themselves, to learn new skills, to unplug, develop independence, meet great friends and eat home-cooked meals. All this couldn't happen without well-trained and caring staff.
A day at camp includes, swimming, crafts, canoeing, nature walks, vespers, campfire, outdoor living skills and so much more.
At Sherbrooke Lake Camp:
We believe in kids.
We are a safe space to learn.
We believe everything is possible.
We think big, but simple.
We play until we can’t.
We are the place to explore faith.
We inspire & motivate listening to spark understanding.
July 5-10: Senior/Leadership Camp
July 12-17: 1st Junior
July 19-24: 1st Intermediate
July 24-26: Family Camp
July 26-31: 2nd Junior
Aug 3-8: 2nd Intermediate
Aug 9-14: 3rd Junior
Aug 16-21: 3rd Intermediate
Aug 23-26: Tadpole (NEW)
Tadpole Camp: 6-8 year old
(a great way for new campers to give camp a try)
Junior Camps: 6-10 year old
Intermediate Camps: 11-13 year old
Senior/Leadership Camp: 14-16 year old
Our Tier Payment System
We've created a payment system because families have different abilities to pay. Our tier system allows us to continue to offer our same low fees for summer camp, while letting everyone know the true cost of camp and how to help support camp for the future.
You many choose the tier that is most suitable for you and your budget!
Tier I at $375: more closely accounts for the true costs of camp including wear and tear of buildings and grounds.
Tier II at $335: is our partially subsidized fee for those who can pay a little more but still can not afford the actual cost of camp.
Tier III at $295: is our historically subsidized rate and does not reflect the true cost of operating summer camp programs.
*Tier I $230, Tier II $205, Tier III $180 for Tadpole camp
This program is voluntary and in no way influences the experience children receive, yet it offers the opportunity for families to take an active role in supporting the true cost of their child’s camp experience with an aim to help us as a community establish a stronger camp in the future.
If you have ANY issues financially, in sending your child(ren) to camp we will help assist get your child(ren) to camp. Whether that's a payment plan, subsidy or sponsorship. Camp is needed more now than ever, we don't want it to be a barrier to anyone.