United Church CampsSix incredible UCC Outdoor Mnistries serve the Living Skies Region. Click their links below for information about staff postings, camper registration, and volunteer opportunities.
Lumsden Beach Camp
A short drive from Regina, located in the beautiful Qu’Appelle Valley, hugging the south shore of Last Mountain Lake, is a piece of paradise known as Lumsden Beach Camp. Lumsden Beach Camp did not happen by chance. It was created by faith filled people who had a vision. Since 1905 this camp has been a special place where adults and children come together. Still today we come to this special place making lasting friendships, connecting with the sacred and having tons of fun!
Camp Christopher exists to enable people to deepen their understanding and experience of God as Creator, Saviour, Sustainer and Lord. This will occur primarily in a community that has temporarily ‘come apart’ into the out-of-doors. Camp Christopher flourishes, thanks to the efforts of many volunteers, camp committee members, staff and campers.
Camp Christopher is located on Christopher Lake, north of Prince Albert and since 1989 the summer programs have been a Shared Ministry of the United Church of Canada and the Presbyterian Church in Canada.
Located on beautiful Candle Lake north of Prince Albert, our purpose at Camp Tapawingo is to provide campers with the opportunity to know and grow in their faith and with each other while living in a natural setting.
Camp Woodboia seeks to provide an opportunity for each camper to experience the wonder of God’s natural world, grow in self-esteem and explore the Christian faith through fellowship, study and fun. Camp Woodboia is nestled between Wood Mountain Regional Park and Wood Mountain Historic Park. And the Camp benefits from the facilities that the other two offer. There is ample space for children to play and explore, as well as enjoy the outdoors.
Wellman Lake United Church Camp (Manitoba)
Wellman Lake Church Camp is a spiritual based summer camp and year round retreat. We are located on Wellman Lake’s picturesque Regatta Bay in Duck Mountain Provincial Park in the heart of Manitoba’s Parkland Region.