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Lone Prairie Camp
Lone Prairie Camp
RR1
Ferintosh, Alberta,
T0B 1M0

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Lone Prairie Camp

RR1, Ferintosh, Alberta, T0B 1M0
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Type:
Overnight camp, Family programs
Categories:
Traditional (multi activity)
Cost:
$125 to $335/week
Age:
5 to 99
Gender:
Coed
Capacity:
50 to 74

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Andrew Dreger

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About this camp

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Lone Prairie Camp's main focus is on our summer camp program which includes onsite camps for grades 1-12, hiking & backpacking trips for grades 6-12 and even a family camp weekend. Our facilities are also available year-round to various groups which have included boy's & girl's clubs, family reunions, youth groups, school groups, etc.

Camp Address
RR1, Ferintosh, Alberta, Canada

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Overnight Camp
Coed
Ages: 15 - 18
Traditional (multi activity) $25 to $80
Ferintosh,AB
RR1
Jun 29-Jul 01 $25 - $80
Archery|Basketball|Canoeing|Kayaking/Sea Kayaking|Swimming|Trampoline|Rock Climbing|Gaga|Zip Line|Arts & Crafts|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills|Zipline
Overnight Camp
Coed
Ages: 14 - 15
CIT/LIT Program $360
Ferintosh,AB
RR1
Jul 01-13 $360
Leadership training|CIT/LIT Program|Archery|Basketball|Canoeing|Kayaking/Sea Kayaking|Swimming|Trampoline|Rock Climbing|Gaga|Zip Line|Arts & Crafts|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills|Zipline
Overnight Camp
Coed
Ages: 15 - 16
CIT/LIT Program $460
Ferintosh,AB
RR1
Jul 01-27 $460
Leadership training|CIT/LIT Program|Archery|Basketball|Canoeing|Kayaking/Sea Kayaking|Swimming|Trampoline|Waterskiing/Wakeboarding|Rock Climbing|Gaga|Zip Line|Arts & Crafts|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills|Zipline
Overnight Camp
Coed
Ages: 15 - 16
CIT/LIT Program $460
Ferintosh,AB
RR1
Jul 01-27 $460
Leadership training|CIT/LIT Program|Archery|Basketball|Canoeing|Kayaking/Sea Kayaking|Swimming|Trampoline|Rock Climbing|Gaga|Zip Line|Arts & Crafts|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills|Zipline
Overnight Camp
Coed
Ages: 16 - 17
CIT/LIT Program $160
Ferintosh,AB
RR1
Jul 01-27 $160
Leadership training|CIT/LIT Program|Archery|Basketball|Canoeing|Kayaking/Sea Kayaking|Swimming|Trampoline|Rock Climbing|Gaga|Zip Line|Arts & Crafts|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills|Zipline
Overnight Camp
Coed
Ages: 7 - 10
Traditional (multi activity) $255
Ferintosh,AB
RR1
Jul 08-13 $255
Archery|Basketball|Canoeing|Kayaking/Sea Kayaking|Swimming|Trampoline|Rock Climbing|Gaga|Zip Line|Arts & Crafts|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills|Zipline
Overnight Camp
Coed
Ages: 9 - 12
Traditional (multi activity) $325
Ferintosh,AB
RR1
Jul 15-20 $325
Ferintosh,AB
RR1
Aug 12-17 $325
Archery|Basketball|Canoeing|Kayaking/Sea Kayaking|Swimming|Trampoline|Rock Climbing|Gaga|Zip Line|Arts & Crafts|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills|Zipline
Overnight Camp
Coed
Ages: 13 - 18
Traditional (multi activity) $170 to $335
Ferintosh,AB
RR1
Jul 22-27 $170 - $335
Ferintosh,AB
RR1
Aug 19-24 $170 - $335
Archery|Basketball|Canoeing|Kayaking/Sea Kayaking|Swimming|Trampoline|Rock Climbing|Gaga|Zip Line|Arts & Crafts|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills|Zipline
Overnight Camp
Coed
Ages: 12 - 15
Wilderness Out-tripping $335
Ferintosh,AB
RR1
Jul 28-Aug 02$335
Hiking|Wilderness Out-tripping|Wilderness Skills
Overnight Camp
Coed
Ages: 1 - 18+
Traditional (multi activity) $140 to $270
Ferintosh,AB
RR1
Aug 03-06 $140 - $270
Archery|Basketball|Canoeing|Kayaking/Sea Kayaking|Swimming|Trampoline|Rock Climbing|Gaga|Zip Line|Arts & Crafts|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills|Zipline
Overnight Camp
Coed
Ages: 5 - 7
Traditional (multi activity) $125
Ferintosh,AB
RR1
Aug 06-08 $125
Archery|Basketball|Canoeing|Kayaking/Sea Kayaking|Swimming|Trampoline|Rock Climbing|Gaga|Arts & Crafts|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills
Overnight Camp
Coed
Ages: 14 - 18+
Wilderness Out-tripping $750
Ferintosh,AB
RR1
Aug 25-Sep 02$750
Hiking|Wilderness Out-tripping|Wilderness Skills

Upcoming Events May 26, 2018

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  • May 26, 2018LPC Spring Workday
    Lone Prairie Camp, RR1, Ferintosh, Alberta
    Join us Saturday, May 26 from 09:30 am - 05:00 pm

    We need YOUR help.

    Every year we appreciate the many volunteers who help us during our Workdays. The ministry of LPC quite honestly relies on this ongoing support.

    We need experts, people who can follow instructions and everything in between. In fact, we would also LOVE some people to help make refreshments throughout the day.

    We will get a lot done and have a lot of fun – Consider joining us as we get ready for the busy summer months…Lunch will be provided.

    Our 2018 Spring Workday will begin at 9:30am on May 26 and conclude by 5pm with a delicious lunch in the middle


  • June 29, 2018Sr High Weekend
    Lone Prairie Camp, RR1, Ferintosh, Alberta
    Join us Friday, June 29 from 07:15 pm

    Completed Grades: 10-12
    Dates: June 29 (7:15pm) – July 1 (2:30pm)
    Cost: $80 ($30, if attending CLT)

    Sr. High Weekend is somewhat less structured than our other summer camps making it the perfect way to unwind after exams are finally finished.  Come join us as we focus on community – catching up with old friends and meeting new ones…And yes, weather permitting we will be putting our boat through its paces!

    Check out our About Us page for a full description of available activities and facilities.


  • July 01, 2018CLT 1
    Lone Prairie Camp, RR1, Ferintosh, Alberta
    Join us Sunday, July 01 from 08:00 pm

    Ages: Completed Grade 9
    Dates: July 1 (8pm) – 13 (6:15pm)
    Cost: $360

    CLT (Christian Leadership Training) is an exciting opportunity for students to explore Christian leadership in the context of community. Following a broadly applicable curriculum, CLT offers students the chance to individually try out many areas of leadership with the support of their peers, as well as people who have walked through similar steps before them. With a passionate commitment to discipleship, community, and facilitating self-discovery of Kingdom leadership, CLT aims to help students realize that the best leaders are those who are the best servants, and the best servants are those who intentionally pursue Jesus and the changes He brings to one’s life and character.

    CLT 1 focuses on basics. It is primarily a bridge, allowing the transition from camper to staff using the book Christian Camp Leader. While walking this bridge, those in CLT 1 explore many basics of faith rooted in understanding the teachings of Jesus and are encouraged to understand how this faith impacts their worldview and lifestyle. Through Bible study and discussion, all in the context of community, CLTs are challenged to wrestle with their beliefs, as well as how to live them out in service both at camp and at home.


  • July 01, 2018CLT 1&2
    Lone Prairie Camp, RR1, Ferintosh, Alberta
    Join us Sunday, July 01 from 08:00 pm

    Ages: Completed Grade 10
    Dates: July 1 (8pm) – 27 (6:15pm)
    Cost: $460

    Missed CLT 1 last year? Catch up this summer by signing up for our CLT 1&2 combo.

    CLT (Christian Leadership Training) is an exciting opportunity for students to explore Christian leadership in the context of community. Following a broadly applicable curriculum, CLT offers students the chance to individually try out many areas of leadership with the support of their peers, as well as people who have walked through similar steps before them. With a passionate commitment to discipleship, community, and facilitating self-discovery of Kingdom leadership, CLT aims to help students realize that the best leaders are those who are the best servants, and the best servants are those who intentionally pursue Jesus and the changes He brings to one’s life and character.

    CLT 1 focuses on basics. It is primarily a bridge, allowing the transition from camper to staff using the book Christian Camp Leader. While walking this bridge, those in CLT 1 explore many basics of faith rooted in understanding the teachings of Jesus and are encouraged to understand how this faith impacts their worldview and lifestyle. Through Bible study and discussion, all in the context of community, CLTs are challenged to wrestle with their beliefs, as well as how to live them out in service both at camp and at home.

    CLT 2 focuses on the spiritual disciplines. Far from strange rituals and religious pomp, CLTs dive into why we, as followers of Jesus, maintain certain practices that deepen our relationship with God, and our understanding of him. The disciplines are laid out by Richard Foster in practical terms, and represent things easily incorporated in our daily lives, not just legalistic rituals. The curriculum complements a week of junior cabin-leading, as well as a week of junior support staff, as students learn various aspects of leadership, and how the lessons learned while engaging in the various disciplines transcend circumstance.


  • July 01, 2018CLT 2
    Lone Prairie Camp, RR1, Ferintosh, Alberta
    Join us Sunday, July 01 from 08:00 pm

    Ages: Completed Grade 10 & CLT 1
    Dates: July 1 (8pm) – 27 (6:15pm)
    Cost: $460

    CLT (Christian Leadership Training) is an exciting opportunity for students to explore Christian leadership in the context of community. Following a broadly applicable curriculum, CLT offers students the chance to individually try out many areas of leadership with the support of their peers, as well as people who have walked through similar steps before them. With a passionate commitment to discipleship, community, and facilitating self-discovery of Kingdom leadership, CLT aims to help students realize that the best leaders are those who are the best servants, and the best servants are those who intentionally pursue Jesus and the changes He brings to one’s life and character.

    CLT 2 focuses on the spiritual disciplines. Far from strange rituals and religious pomp, CLTs dive into why we, as followers of Jesus, maintain certain practices that deepen our relationship with God, and our understanding of him. The disciplines are laid out by Richard Foster in practical terms, and represent things easily incorporated in our daily lives, not just legalistic rituals. The curriculum complements a week of junior cabin-leading, as well as a week of junior support staff, as students learn various aspects of leadership, and how the lessons learned while engaging in the various disciplines transcend circumstance.


  • July 01, 2018CLT 3
    Lone Prairie Camp, RR1, Ferintosh, Alberta
    Join us Sunday, July 01 from 08:00 pm

    Ages: Completed Grade 11 & CLT 2
    Dates: July 1 (8pm) – 27 (6:15pm)
    Cost: $160

    CLT (Christian Leadership Training) is an exciting opportunity for students to explore Christian leadership in the context of community. Following a broadly applicable curriculum, CLT offers students the chance to individually try out many areas of leadership with the support of their peers, as well as people who have walked through similar steps before them. With a passionate commitment to discipleship, community, and facilitating self-discovery of Kingdom leadership, CLT aims to help students realize that the best leaders are those who are the best servants, and the best servants are those who intentionally pursue Jesus and the changes He brings to one’s life and character.

    CLT 3 focuses on the ‘Go’ of the Great Commission. It is intensely practical as students grapple with how they themselves need to follow Jesus, and how best they can empower others to do the same. Students will develop the ‘honourable ambition’ of leadership (1 Tim 3:1) by taking a more active leadership role among the CLT group, shadowing various camp leadership staff and through an in depth study of leadership based on Oswald Sander’s book Spiritual Leadership. CLT 3 recognizes that a leader’s character is paramount, and the lessons learned while experiencing elements of camp leadership apply to any situation in which we want to be followers of Jesus with character.


  • July 08, 2018Junior Camp
    Lone Prairie Camp, RR1, Ferintosh, Alberta
    Join us Sunday, July 08 from 04:00 pm

    Completed Grades: 3-4
    Dates: July 8 (4pm) – 13 (3:45pm)
    Cost: $255

    Junior Camp is your child’s first opportunity to experience a full week of summer camp.  We always maintain small cabin sizes (max of 7 campers) to allow for individualized Cabin Leader attention.  Campers are encouraged to try the full range of available activities but never pressured to participate in something they are uncomfortable.

    Check out our About Us page for a full description of available activities and facilities. If interested, you can also view a copy of last year’s LPC Summer Camp Daily Schedule (2231) to get a sense of how Junior Camp will be structured.


  • July 15, 2018Intermediate 1
    Lone Prairie Camp, RR1, Ferintosh, Alberta
    Join us Sunday, July 15 from 04:00 pm

    Completed Grades: 4-6
    Dates: July 15 (4pm) – 20 (3:45pm)
    Cost: $325

    Very few things compare to a week at summer camp.  We always maintain small cabin sizes (max of 8 campers) to allow for individualized Cabin Leader attention and campers are never pressured to participate in something they are uncomfortable.  This year we are excited to offer Intermediate campers a bit more self-determination by allowing them the opportunity to specialize and develop skill in their favourite activities.

    Check out our About Us page for a full description of available activities and facilities. If interested, you can also view a copy of last year’s LPC Summer Camp Daily Schedule (2231) to get a sense of how Intermediate 1 Camp will be structured.


  • July 22, 2018Youth 1
    Lone Prairie Camp, RR1, Ferintosh, Alberta
    Join us Sunday, July 22 from 04:00 pm

    Completed Grades: 7-12
    Dates: July 22 (4pm) – 27 (3:45pm)
    Cost: $335 ($170, if attending CLT)

    Join us for an epic week at summer camp!  Zip-line, tubing, climbing wall, archery, riflery, arts & crafts, canoeing and so much more.  This year we are excited to offer Youth campers a bit more self-determination by allowing them the opportunity to specialize and develop skill in their favourite activities.

    Check out our About Us page for a full description of available activities and facilities. If interested, you can also view a copy of last year’s LPC Summer Camp Daily Schedule (2231) to get a sense of how Youth 1 Camp will be structured.


  • August 03, 2018Family Camp 2017
    Lone Prairie Camp, RR1, Ferintosh, Alberta
    Join us Friday, August 03 from 05:00 pm

    Come join us over the August long-weekend as we enjoy time together in the sun, quiet evenings playing games and the full range of activities our facility has to offer.

    Prices for the weekend:

    • Singles: $140
    • Couples: $190
    • Family*: $270

    Note: $50 discount if you bring your own accommodations
    * For the purposes of the fee, “Family” is defined as 1 adult or 2 married adults and the children over whom they have legal guardianship

    If you have children or grandchildren, don’t forget to also look at our summer camps.

    Family Camp Schedule Outline

    Friday (August 3)

    5:00pm – Registration
    5:45pm – Supper
    7:15pm – Family Campfire
    8:00pm – Chapel

    Saturday & Sunday (August 4-5)*

    8:00am – Continental Breakfast
    8:45am – Warm Breakfast
    10:15am – Chapel
    11:45am – Skill Block 1
    1:00pm – Lunch
    2:30pm – Skill Block 2
    3:30pm – Tuck
    4:00pm – Skill Block 3
    5:15pm – Supper
    6:45pm – Family Campfire
    7:30pm – Snack
    8:30pm – Chapel

    Monday (Aug. 6)

    8:00am – Continental Breakfast
    9:00am – Clean up & Pack
    10:15am – Chapel
    11:00am – Brunch
    12:00pm – Tuck
    12:30pm – Departure


  • August 06, 2018Squirt Camp
    Lone Prairie Camp, RR1, Ferintosh, Alberta
    Join us Monday, August 06 from 04:00 pm

     

    Completed Grades: 1-2
    Dates: August 6 (4pm) – 8 (3:45pm)
    Cost: $125

    Squirt Camp is the perfect half-week introduction to camp for both campers and their parents.  Although we always maintain small cabin sizes to allow for individualized attention, this is even more true for Squirt Camp during which cabins tend to average 4-5 campers.  Campers are encouraged to try a wide range of activities but never pressured to participate in something they are uncomfortable.

    Check out our About Us page for a full description of available activities and facilities. If interested, you can also view a copy of last year’s LPC Summer Camp Daily Schedule (2231) to get a sense of how Squirt Camp will be structured.

     


  • August 12, 2018Intermediate 2
    Lone Prairie Camp, RR1, Ferintosh, Alberta
    Join us Sunday, August 12 from 04:00 pm

    Completed Grades: 4-6
    Dates: August 12 (4pm) – 17 (3:45pm)
    Cost: $325

    Very few things compare to a week at summer camp.  We always maintain small cabin sizes (max of 8 campers) to allow for individualized Cabin Leader attention and campers are never pressured to participate in something they are uncomfortable.  This year we are excited to offer Intermediate campers a bit more self-determination by allowing them the opportunity to specialize and develop skill in their favourite activities.

    Check out our About Us page for a full description of available activities and facilities. If interested, you can also view a copy of last year’s LPC Summer Camp Daily Schedule (2231) to get a sense of how Intermediate 2 Camp will be structured.


  • August 19, 2018Youth 2
    Lone Prairie Camp, RR1, Ferintosh, Alberta
    Join us Sunday, August 19 from 04:00 pm

    Completed Grades: 7-12
    Dates: August 19 (4pm) – 24 (3:45pm)
    Cost: $335 ($170, if attending CLT)

    Join us for an epic week at summer camp!  Zip-line, tubing, climbing wall, archery, riflery, arts & crafts, canoeing and so much more.  This year we are excited to offer Youth campers a bit more self-determination by allowing them the opportunity to specialize and develop skill in their favourite activities.

    Check out our About Us page for a full description of available activities and facilities. If interested, you can also view a copy of last year’s LPC Summer Camp Daily Schedule (2231) to get a sense of how Youth 2 Camp will be structured.


  • August 25, 2018Rocky Mountain Backpacking
    Lone Prairie Camp, RR1, Ferintosh, Alberta
    Join us Saturday, August 25 from 04:00 pm

    Ages: Completed Grade 9-12+
    When: Aug. 25 – Sept. 2
    Drop-off & Pick-up Location: Lone Prairie Camp
    Cost: $750 (Note: As with all camp events, subsidies are available so don’t let cost deter you from coming)

    This summer we are taking an experienced group of backpackers on a 7 day adventure on the world-famous West Coast Trail.

    We will leave camp at 6pm on Aug. 25 (Saturday) and drive through the night. This will get us to the ferry terminal early in the morning and we will have plenty of time to reach the trailhead orientation at 2pm and start our hike at 3:30pm. Trail takes 5-7 days, so we are planning to “emerge” on Sept. 1 (Saturday), take a shuttle back to where we parked our van and catch an evening ferry to the mainland. We will pick a low cost campsite to crash at and then drive to Edmonton on Sept. 2 (Sunday), leaving the Monday holiday to recover before school starts on Tuesday.

    The trail includes “wading rivers, climbing ladders, using cable cars, following an irregular trail, negotiating steep slopes and earth slumps”…Totally epic with the added challenge of coordinating with tide charts!

    Please review the information available on this site to get an idea of what to expect physically and mentally. If after reading you still have questions about anything, feel free to contact the Trip Leader: [email protected]


  • August 28, 2018Rocky Mountain Day Hiking
    Lone Prairie Camp, RR1, Ferintosh, Alberta
    Join us Tuesday, August 28 from 04:00 pm

    Ages: Completed Grade 6-9
    When: July 28 – Aug. 2
    Drop-off & Pick-up Location: Lone Prairie Camp
    Cost: $335 (Note: As with all camp events, subsidies are available so don’t let cost deter you from coming)

    The LPC Rocky Mountain Day-Hiking trip will consist of 5 day-hikes that will be challenging but realistic for a Jr. High student since most of the supplies will remain at the base-camp rather than being carried as in backpacking.

    We will be waking up for 7:30am and breakfast will be at 8 so we can start hiking at 8:30. We will be hiking roughly 15km/day at a rate of approximately 3km/hr which means with breaks roughly 5hrs + lunch. Time permitting, we will spend some time on the last day at the Hot Springs.

    Please review the information available on this site to get an idea of what to expect physically and mentally. If after reading you still have questions about anything, feel free to contact the Trip Leader: [email protected]



Director's Message

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Andrew Dreger, Camp Director

I graduated from the University of Alberta in 2010 with a Bachelor in Engineering Physics and am currently completing a Masters of Divinity degree through The Canadian Baptist Seminary (CBS, part of ACTS).

I took a year between my first and second years of university to serve street children with ACTION Zambia and ACTION Uganda. Unless  we hear differently, my wife Sarah and I will be heading overseas after I graduate to serve in long-term missions.

But throughout all my other commitments, the ministry of Lone Prairie Camp has captured my being again and again.  I am excited to be serving as Camp Director and have also been a CLT, Support Staff, Maintenance, Cabin Leader, Boat Driver, Special Projects, Program Director…If there is a position at camp, I’ve probably held it at some point :)


Accommodation & Property Details

Property details

Sleeping Accommodations

  • Cabins
  • Yurt

Amenities

  • Electricity in Sleeping Area

Washrooms Facilities

  • Flush Toilets
  • Showers (indoor)
  • Showers (outdoor)

Sports facilities

  • Archery Range
  • Basketball Court
  • Climbing Wall
  • Rope Course

Landscape

  • Beach
  • Forested Area
  • Lake/Pond/River
  • Nature Trails
  • Open Field


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Cost & Financial Aid

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Cost: $125 to $335 /week

Payment Options:

Deposit required with acceptance Yes
Credit card payment Yes
Maximum installments available 1

Discounts

Discount if paid early $20
Discount for 3rd child $45
Discount for 4th child $100

Scholarships & awards:

  • Camperships

    Amount: 100% Deadline: Rolling
    Type: Need based
    Details: Regardless of financial situation, we want to ensure that the fun and adventure of camp is open to any interested child. All families are eligible for campership funding and the amount is dependant on need. If you have any questions about our campership program or your eligibility, please contact our office at [email protected]

    Application Details: Our simple online campership application only requires families to indicate how much they are able to contribute, which camp they are hoping for their child to attend, basic contact information, and the name of their home church.

Busing

  •   Bus 1$50
    Location Address Pick up Drop off
    Ellerslie Road Baptist Church 10603 Ellerslie Rd SW, Edmonton, AB T6W 1A1 2:30 am 5:30 am

Stories & Testimonials

News

The Things We Learn From Campers

Stillness. Arms up. In awe.
"How deep the Father's love for us..."
I remember standing at the front of the chapel, crying as I clutched onto my guitar. I couldn't even sing anymore. Watching children sing at the top of their lungs, arms stretched out, eyes closed,  or praying silently... there was so much power there. He was present. These children's voices shook the chapel and the hearts of all the staff.
Sometimes we believe we have a lot to teach children, that we inherently will be role models. Although that isn't completely untrue, children can sometimes be the best role models. They can be so unwavering in their love for God, innocent and free of alternate agendas.
When you send your kids to camp, we learn from them too.


Why I Love LPC

I love camp because it was always a safe environment .. and it was tons of fun. As a camper you were free, and in fact encouraged, to be yourself without the staff judging you. Cabin leaders and support staff were always so excited to get to meet you, making you feel very important! When staff would remember you, it made you feel like you really mattered to them, and often times the returning staff did remember. The activities were also so much fun! - rock climbing was always my favorite, and when I was young the mud pitt was always a hit! Another thing I love about camp is that it taught me some really useful life lessons, like how to live, and get along with other people. As well, I got to meet tons of new people who have become life-long friends. Camp was also a great place to learn about God, and the great things he does in peoples lives. As a camper and as a staff member, camp was always a major influence on my walk with God. Devo’s were always interesting, and CLT meetings/campfires really encouraged me to take my faith into my own hands. I don’t think I would be where I am today in my spiritual walk without the guidance of the staff, and campers I met through LPC.


Lone Prairie Camp and Its Relationship With The Local Church

LPC provides a great venue for youth to gain valuable Christian leadership experience . Youth who attend LPC build relationships that extend far beyond the summer months. In short, camp is a major positive influence on the life of our Youth.


What Camp Means To Me

Camp is the place where I first encountered a mentor figure that really cared for me and pointed me to God. It’s the place where I first discovered true fellowship instead of the coffee variety, encountering God away from the concrete jungle of a city, and the idea of knowing and loving Jesus. I’ve seen 9 summers, both as a camper and a staff, with a different team each year. The personnel may change drastically, but God is the Great I am, and He continues to use us to transform kids’ lives.


In the News

News

February 18, 2017 - 2017 LPC Summer Camp Registrations Now Open!

Explore our website to see all of the fun activities that Lone Prairie Camp has to offer this summer! ...


December 1, 2016 - Youth Winter Camp 2017! Registration opening soon!

Join us February 3rd-5th for an epic weekend of winter fun! Busing available from South Edmonton. Stay tuned for when registration opens! ...


March 4, 2016 - Summer Camp 2016, Registration Open!

Check out our summer camp dates for 2016! Register before May 1 and receive our earlybird discount. ...



Associations

  • Christian Camping International Associations
  • Canadian Camping Association/ Association des camps du Canada Associations

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