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Typical Day & Menu

The not so typical, typical day

Time Activity
7:30am Camp Wide Quiet Ends
8:00am Flagpole - O'Canada!
8:10am Breakfast - Yummy
8:50am Cabin Clean-up - Sweep, sweep, sweep
9:20am - 10:20am Period #1
10:30am - 11:30am Period #2
11:35am - 11:45am Morning Snack
11:50am - 12:50pm Period #3
1:10pm Lunch - Tasty
2:15pm - 3:15pm Period #4
3:25pm - 4:25pm Period 5
4:45pm - 5:45pm Sport Challenges/Tuck Shop Open
6:10pm Dinner - Delicious
7:00pm - 8:00pm Free time/Tuck Shop Open
8:00pm - 9:30pm Evening Program - Wild & wacky events
9:30pm Snack/Return to Cabins
10:30pm Camp Wide Quiet Begins


Our menus are carefully planned in accordance to Canada’s Food Guide, allergy awareness and popular tastes. We are proud of the meals that we serve and can accommodate most special dietary requests (vegetarian, vegan, lactose intolerant, religious, etc.) with no extra cost or effort by you.

Those students and staff with special diets (vegetarian, religious restrictions, lactose intolerant, etc.) may sign up to have alternate meals provided for them. Our kitchen prepares the regular meal and special dietary meals based upon these numbers. These alternatives are not provided to accommodate personal tastes - only medical conditions and lifestyle choices. If a student signs up for a special diet they are expected to adhere to it, just as those not signed up may not take these meals.

Milk, fruit and apple or orange juice is served at every breakfast. Lactaid and soy milk are available as options. Juice crystals are served at lunch and dinner and water and milk are available upon request.

Whenever meat is served, a vegetarian option is offered. Our Special Diet alternatives are similar to the regular meal, but are prpared usinga soy alternative that is low fat, high protein and dairy free.

Anyone with serious allergies or medical conditions that affect their diet should contact the camp directly to discuss. In these cases, you may be required to provide alternate food, which the kitchen will prepare for you (within reason) to supplement your diet. The camp requests that such supplements be similar to meals the camp is providing (for preparation, avoid conflict or competition with other students).

The camp strives to accommodate all students, including those with dietary allergies, many of which are life threatening. As such, we make assurances to schools and parents that their children will not be exposed to certain common allergens (peanuts, treenuts, shellfish). As a result, we must have complete knowledge and control of all foods brought onto site. Therefore, schools and students may not bring any outside food or snacks into camp. In addition to three meals each day, the camp provides a morning snack, bedtime snack and has a Tuck Shop available to purchase treats, if desired.