Registration is LIVE!
Now's the time to register for summer camps! Registration is open and camps are filling up. Simply go to the Online Registration and Info page and register online. If you have questions about this process, feel free to e-mail our Registrar. Or you can download the registration form off the website if you wish. A reminder that LT and MUD programs are by application and interview. We look forward to seeing you in the summer of 2016!
In response to God who loves and calls us, Camp Squeah provides a place of refuge in a natural setting where people of all ages can build relationships, grow and be nurtured.
Camp Squeah, in the local Salish dialect, alludes to 'Place of Refuge'. We recognize that life is busy, full of significant activities and events. We also realize that there are appropriate times to withdraw from the pace of life.
Located in the beautiful Fraser Canyon, within 2 hours drive of almost anywhere in the Lower Mainland, Camp Squeah offers a place to take refuge from that which occupies you day in and day out. Our staff are waiting to work with you and your group on your retreat, outdoor education experience or summer camp experience.
Paddle-a-thonThe 2016 Paddle-a-thon was a fantastic succes! 17 people braved the mighty Fraser River for 2 days and raised over $40,000 to support our hard working and essential young adult volunteers. Click here to find out from us how to give funds to this excellent initiative and to get into a boat to participate next year!
Summer Staff positions available
We're accepting applications for volunteer summer staff 2016. We've particular need for a Canoeing Instructor and Female LT Leaders!
Contact Tim Larson, Program Director for more info.
Summer is here!
Summer has arrived and our camps our filling up. Daytrippers summer day camps registration is now live! Consider signing up your young children for this unique Squeah program opportunity.
Overnight summer camp online registration is live and active! Click here and reserve your bunk today.
SEED is a discipleship program, for young adults, focusing on personal mentoring using the life-changing relational space of a Christian camp. Our small student community lived and worked within the larger family of staff at Camp Squeah, from September through April. Interns were enriched to know their need for God.
For this coming season SEED will not be operating. If you are interested to know more about this program, check out more at: www.squeahseed.com. Or contact our SEED Director, Geoff Gould at Geoff@squeah.com.