13-16 (Participants must be 13 years of age or older on the first day of the session in order to attend)
A program for youth designed to develop leadership, team building, community involvement, healthy and active lifestyles and to prepare them for high school life, employment opportunities and social issues facing youth today. Weekly workshops such as: Creative ways to advocate, tobacco-free sports and recreation, industry marketing and media literacy, will be part of daily programming.
Youth will build skills during day trips as support for Summer Camp leaders, leading games and activities during down times and to help in transition areas. Youth will be responsible for facilitating weekly hot dog day fundraisers for Summer Camp children. This involves taking orders, shopping, cooking, delivery and clean-up. Time and money management will be learned.
Sessions two and four of St Alban’s youth adventure camp includes a week of outdoor activities that provide plenty of opportunity to have fun, meet new friends, learn, gain confidence and challenge yourself through exciting teen outdoor activities. The week offers a variety of exciting outdoor adventure activities (rock climbing, backpacking, swimming, hiking, etc) designed so teenagers develop a lifelong love for the outdoors and the life skills needed to succeed.
By the end of each session, youth will have a firm grasp of what it means to have self-esteem, self-respect and respect for others, strong community ties, will be equipped to handle more responsibilities, and will have a new appreciation for the outdoors.
Suitable attire for physical activity is expected from all participants.
There are a limited number of subsidized spots available.
Cancellation must occur at least two weeks prior to the first day of camp. The refund is subject to a 15% administration fee.
Session 1 ($290)
July 2-5 & July 8-12
Session 2 ($310)
July 15-19 & July 22-26 (camping week – location TBA)
July 29-August 2 – NO CAMP
Session 3 ($290)
August 6-9 & August 12-16
Session 4 ($310)
August 19-23 & August 26-30 (camping week – location TBA)
Registration is online only and opens on February 1st at 9:00am.
Online registration instructions.
If your child has special needs or requires additional support of any kind, please fill in the Camper Consideration Form – you can either email it to us as an attachment or you can drop it off at the club. (NOTE: you can submit this form after registration)
There are a limited number of subsidy spots available for those who qualify, on a first come, first served basis. To apply, please submit the subsidy application form, supporting documentation and a Summer Camp Requests form indicating your requested weeks. Although camp registration does not begin until February 1st, subsidy applications should be submitted as soon as possible.
Camping information forms and contract