or visit online www.campoac.com
. • Green Bay Bible Camp has rock climbing, tennis, floor
hockey, archery, rowing, kayaking and canoeing. Check them out at 250.768.5884, firstname.lastname@example.org
. • Maple Springs Bible Camp offers archery, riflery, canoe
trips, trampoline, slip ‘n’ slide, BMX course, wilderness skills, beach volleyball and talent show.Th
ey can be contacted at 250.767.2354, email@example.com
. • Morning Star Bible Camp has a zip line, human gyro-
scope, log challenge, tubing, wakeboarding, fly fishing, paintball and wood carving. Call 250.768.7801, email info@morningstar- biblecamp.com
or go to their website www.mo
Camps do cater to children with physical and mental disabili-
ties. Arion Therapeutic Farm makes horseback riding a possi- bility with one on one adult support.Th
ey offer horsemanship, behaviour intervention, farm discovery tours, after school riding, and summer day camps.You can phone 778.477.1006, email firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit www.arionfarm.org
. • Camp Winfield is an Easter Seal Camp run by the BC Lions Society for children and with disabilities.Overnight camp- ing experiences include climbing walls, in-ground trampoline, swimming pool, large playing fields, arts and crafts, and cos- tume rooms. Contact them at 250.766.2186, email@example.com
All of this information was collected by going on the Kelowna
Community Resources website www.kcr and clicking on ‘com- munity info search’. In the ‘find’ box type in ‘summer camps’ and hit enter.
When narrowing down a camp for your child or youth, think about some standard questions you want answered for a suc- cessful camping experience. What does your child need to bring? Is there a ‘what not to
bring’ list? Are sleeping arrangements in cabin, dorms or out- doors?
What about staff? What are their training, experience and age? Are they paid or volunteers? How many campers are as- signed to each staff? What does supervision look like during the night?
Are special arrangements made for
dietary needs and other medical issues? Is a nurse on site? Is there a written camper behaviour
policy? What is their camper dismissal policy? What happens if there is injury, illness or homesickness? Can you visit during the camp? Can you volunteer?
Brainstorm other questions that are important to you. Summer camp is a wonderful opportunity for your child to create memories. By planning in advance and selecting the best fit for your son or daughter those memories can be life chang- ing.
Dawn Wilkinson is the co-ordinator at the Community Information and Volunteer Centre for Kelowna Community Resources
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