Please don't forget to read up on our Code of Conduct and other camp policies on the parent page. These documents contain valuable information to make your camp experience a success.

Grades 2 - 10

Ages 11 - Adult

Ages 12+

Ages 12+

Singles, Couples, Families

View all our camps at once
Note:
- Grade: in the coming school year.
- Age: by Dec 31 of current year.
- All fees include taxes.

- Please call or email the camp office to see if cabin space is available.
Please don't forget to read up on our Code of Conduct and other camp policies on the parent page. These documents contain valuable information to make your camp experience a success.

Jr & Sr High

grade 4 +

age 18+

Jr High

Family Camp
Note:
- Grade: in the coming school year.
- Age: by Dec 31 of current year.
- All fees include taxes.

- Please call or email the camp office to see if cabin space is available.
General
  • Registration Form links here - or call the office to access a printable form.
  • See other tabs this page for Arrival Information, Brochures, Posters, etc.
  • The main office takes registrations for all Sagitawa camps (including Trail Rides).
  • Overnights and weekends - minimum deposit is $30. Balance due on arrival.
  • For all other camps - a minimum deposit of $60. Balance due on arrival.
  • We accept cash, cheques, Visa and MasterCard. (Do not send cash in mail.)
  • Post-dated cheques must be approved by office in advance.
  • Confirmation will be sent with receipt, by email, if address is provided.

  • Cancellation Policy
  • An office fee of $15 will be added when transferring fees to another camper.
  • 50% of deposit is refundable up to 2 weeks prior to camp.
  • Any pre-paid balance is refundable up to the day before camp.
  • If you are not able to find the information you seek, please contact the camp office.

    For brochure, registration forms, posters and arrival information.

    Do you want a copy of a brochure?

    Ways a parent can help at camp..

    Contact Us..

    Mailing Address
    Box 61
    Moberly Lake, BC
    V0C 1X0

    Ph: 250-788-2361
    Fax: 250-788-2391
    Kids & Youth Camps..

    Camp

    Name

    Dates
    updated weekly
    Space Left
    as of Dec '17
    Grade
    Classic
    Track
    Waterfront
    Outdr Chall.
    Perf' Arts
    Notes
    K1 Kids 1 Jul 2 - 7 96 gr 4 - 7 $260* $275*
    K2 Kids 2 Jul 9 - 14 80 gr 5 - 8 $260* $275*
    SO1 Stretch it Out 1 Jul 9 - 21 16 gr 7 - 9 $555* N/A Price includes wkend
    RO Reach Out Jul 16 - 21 56 gr 7-10 $260* N/A
    S1 Starter 1 Jul 23 - 27 96 gr 3 - 5 $205* N/A
    S2 Starter 2 Jul 26 - 27 32 gr 2 - 4 $65 N/A
    K3 Kids 3 Jul 30 - Aug 4 80 gr 4 - 7 $260* $275*
    SO2 Stretch it Out 2 Jul 30 - Aug 11 16 gr 7 - 9 $555* N/A Price includes wkend
    K4 Kids 4 Aug 6 - 11 80 gr 6 - 9 $260* $275*
    K5 Kids 5 Aug 13 - 18 96 gr 3 - 6 $260* $275*
    * $10.00 less if entire fee is paid and postmarked prior to May 1. Only one discount per camp session.
    Summer Overview
    summer overview
    Sagitawa Wilderness Adventure Trips..
    Trip Name
    Type

    Dates
    updated weekly
    Space Left
    as of Dec '17
    Age / Group
    per person
    Total Fee
    Little Zion Hike & Camp Jul 2 - 7 16 11 - 15 $220
    Adventure Week 1 5 "out-trips" Moberly area Jul 9 - 14 16 11 - 15 $275
    Beyond Paddlecraft Build river skills Jul 16 - 21 16 14-19 $275
    Pine River River Expedition - Part 1 Jul 21 - 24 12 13 - 18 $155
    Peace River River Expedition - Part 2 Jul 24 - 27 12 13 - 18 $155
    Adventure Week 2 5 "out-trips" Moberly area Jul 30 - Aug 4 16 11 - 15 $275
    When Fish Bite Let's go fishing! Aug 6 - 11 16 11 - 15 $275
    Ready to Rock Build climbing skills Aug 13 - 18 12 13 - 18 $260
    Build yr own Trip Have a group of at least 8 and want to book your own dates for a river or hiking trip?
    Please contact the camp office.
    Trail Rides..

    See also:   Trail Rides Web Site!


    Camp

    Dates

    Space Left

    Age
    incl dpst
    Total Fee

    Deposit
    on Arrival
    Balance
    TR1 Jul 2 - 8 25 11+ yrs $285 $60 $225
    TR2 Jul 9 - 15 25 11+ yrs $285 $60 $225
    TR3 Jul 17 - 26 25 12+ yrs $355 $60 $295
    * $10.00 less if entire fee is paid and postmarked prior to May 1. Only one discount per session.
    High Prairie Wilderness Camp..

    See also:   Our Facebook Page!


    Camp

    Dates
    updated weekly
    Space Left
    as of Dec '17
    Age
    incl dpst
    Total Fee

    Deposit
    on Arrival
    Balance
    HP1 Jul 30 - Aug 5 15 12+ yrs $285 $60 $225
    HP2 Aug 7 - 16 15 12+ yrs $355 $60 $295
    HP3 Aug 18 - 24 15 12+ yrs $285 $60 $225
    * $10.00 less if entire fee is paid and postmarked prior to May 1. Only one discount per session.
    Camps for Families, Couples, Adult Singles..

    Camp

    Name

    Location

    Dates

    Space Left

    Fees
    PW Pastor's Weekend Moberly Lake
    Resident Site
    Jun 29 - Jul 2 96 N/C
    SFR Sagitawa Family Retreat Moberly Lake
    Resident Site
    Aug 18 - 21 120 $50
    Children under 4 yrs old are free for all our camps.
    On Track - Ski Weekend
    Camp Name Dates Group Total Fee
    OT On Track Feb 10 - 13 ages 13 - 18 $155 + ski options

    Spring Break Weekends..
    Looking for On Track - Ski Camp? Try here!
    Camp Name Dates Group Total Fee
    COR CORE Mar 19 - 22 12 yrs - adult $205
    UB Unbound Mar 19 - 22 gr 4-7 $145
    PCL Prospective Cabin Leader Training Mar 19 - 22 15+ yrs $35

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    Beyond CORE..
    Camp Name Dates Group Total Fee
    BC Beyond CORE Archery Mar 31 - Apr 2 18+ yrs $250
    Fall Jr High Retreat..
    Camp Name Dates Ages Total Fee
    PL Pushing the Limit Sep 29 - Oct 1 gr 7 - 9 $90
    Single Parent Family Camps..
    Camp Info Dates Total Fee
    SP1 Mother's Day weekend May 12 - 14 $80 per family
    SFR join our regular family camp Aug 18 - 21 we will apply the above rate for Single Parent Families
    Brochure Locations..
    Summer brochures are sent to every camper who attended one of our programs within the last 2 years, and to each individual on our support list. The brochures are also left in many places as listed below.
    Off-Season Camp brochures are normally sent to every age-appropriate camper who attended one of our programs within the last 2 years. Brochure coverage for off-season camps is limited to only some of the venues listed below.

    General Region
    Fort St John, Dawson Creek, Chetwynd, Hudson's Hope, Ft Nelson, Mackenzie, and most towns in between. We also extend minimal coverage into Alberta as far east as Grande Prairie, and as far north as Sexsmith.
    Usual Venues
    Schools, churches, tourist information centers, arenas, pools, libraries, service stations, Ark Christian Center, Big Brothers- Big Sisters, Resource Societies, Friendship Centers, and Child Development Centers, Trade Shows, School visits, Climbing Wall rentals
    Downloadable Version
    It is also available by contacting the camp office or on our Downloads page.
    Can Parents Help?
    There are times when a parent asks if it is possible to help at camp during the week that they drop off one or more of their children. Reasons may be varied, but the good news is that we do accept applications for volunteer support staff when we are able. We ask that you assist your child in their success by keeping distractions to a minimum, and allowing cabin leaders and program staff to do their jobs.

    Support positions may include kitchen, crafts or maintenance help. Please contact the office about this at the time you register.
    Kids Camps - AWESOME!
    Choose one or more weeks of summer camp according to your age group. Be involved in many activities, make new friends and enjoy the outdoors at Moberly Lake. Note that there no prerequisite to attend any of the sessions.
    Campers in the Classic Track will choose 2 skills at the beginning of camp, and will learn a little more each day in these 2 skills. Campers in the other tracks will have the skills in that track. Special tracks only apply to the 'K' camps, as 'S' camps are too short and Teen Camps tend to have plenty of options without the track system.
    Daily activity options: climbing wall, kayak, canoe, sail, kneeboard, swim, jungle swing, zip line, riflery, archery, guitar, outdoor living, crafts, across the lake, cabin interest activity, camp outs, wide games, Discovery, and good relationship
    Starter Camps - GOOD STUFF!

    S1 - Four day Starter camp

    We offer a four-day camp for young campers to get a taste of camp life, and the program is altered accordingly. One example is that this camp favors giving campers a taste of each activity in place of the opportunity to advance in a single skill each day. Campers in the S2 camp are also more likely to be asked to swim with a PFD, whereas other camps provide more time for swim tests.

    S2 - One day Starter camp

    Our overnight camp assists those who are nervous about a first time away from home, while providing a fun overview of camp. It operates as a one day overlap with K1. Parents, if you are nervous about homesickness, it may be helpful to check out the link to information on homesickness found on our parents page.
    Reach Out!
    Everyone loves this camp - more laid back - yet full of opportunity for fun and action.
    Characteristics include:
    • Offers all the skills and activities of our regular camps
    • Special feature - such as a trip across the lake for a picnic and special games
    • Higher staff-camper ratios (1:2 or 1:3)
      • Goal: One cabin leader with 2 or 3 youth
      • Small groups can foster program flexibility to allow personalized variety
      • Staff are able to give more focus to individuals, whether in skills or discovery, or in creating understanding.
    • Daily activity options: climbing wall, kayak, canoe, sail, kneeboard, swim, jungle swing, zip line, riflery, archery, guitar, outdoor living, crafts, across the lake, cabin interest activity, camp outs, wide games, Discovery, and good relationship
    Objectives:
    One of our goals is to mentor kids, especially as it relates to how we live out faith in a modern world. Good mentoring works better with higher leader:camper ratios. We want friends to share camp together, but to also get to know their cabin leader well. Therefore our program for this camp is set up to encourage camper friendships, while still captivating the benefits of smaller cabin groups.
    Stretch Out! (grade 7-9)
    Whoa! Imagine that... 2 weeks plus the weekend!
    Thus the name "Stretch" - But this isn't only about stretching the length of the camp... its also about each camper's experience.
    The plan? - 2 cabins this summer (1 of each gender), concurrent with K2 and RO. Take a look...
    • Campers join the regular camp for grades 5-8
    • Cabin leaders will teach kids to be sensitive to different age groups
    • Lots of opportunity for fun and action
    • Weekend offers a special outtrip into the wilderness
    • Campers then join the RO camp for grades 7-10
    • Cabin leader Discovery time will be progressive for each week
    • Chapels will also allow for ongoing learning
    • Daily activity options: climbing wall, kayak, canoe, sail, kneeboard, swim, jungle swing, zip line, riflery, archery, guitar, outdoor living, crafts, across the lake, cabin interest activity, camp outs, wide games, Discovery, and good relationship
    AWESOME Outdoor Trips!
    Choose one or more weeks of summer camp according to your interest and age group. Make new friends, and enjoy the real outdoors. All trip leadership teams include an experienced trip leader, a first aid attendants, and other trained staff.
    Little Zion!
    A Sagitawa Favourite! Stomp through the woods on our way to adventure. Camp way up in the hills above Moberly and learn all about enjoying the wilderness!

    We will learn some basic survival skills such as orienteering, fire-building, nature lore and outdoor cooking. An excellent trip for any novice hiker who wants a bit of a challenge.
    Adventure Week - Moberly Lake!!
    Imagine a week of out trips to 5 awe-inspiring places in our greater local wilderness. We will hike, paddle or climb during the day and stay in tents at the main camp most nights. When at base camp, we will participate in camp chapels, wide games and other camp activities.
    Adventure Week destinations: TBA

    Daily destinations for Adventure Week 1 and Adventure Week 2 will be the same in 2017.
    Beyond Paddlecraft!
    Have you splashed your way through the Waterfront track and now youíre ready for more? This is the trip for you. We will learn all new paddlecraft skills and gain valuable experience on moving water. NEW!
    When Fish Bite
    Up at dawn and awake after dark, letís see if we canít find some fish ready to bite. Sign up for a multi-locational look at some Peace region fishing. Perfect for the new fisherman and the experienced alike. NEW! Letís Go Fishing!
    Ready to Rock
    Ever clamber up a chimney? Spike an anchor? Rappell a rock face? Would you like to? We will combine an introduction to the sport with a look at some of the wonderful climbing opportunities in the Peace.
    River Expedition - Pine River
    The expedition continues and new faces join us for what will surely be a memorable paddle down one of our areaís most enjoyable rivers. A great trip for the novice and veteran alike!

    This trip begins just up from the East Pine River crossing on Highway 95 and finishes at Taylor Landing. This part of the Pine is in moderate waters.
    When Fish Bite
    Up at dawn and awake after dark, letís see if we canít find some fish ready to bite. Sign up for a multi-locational look at some Peace region fishing. Perfect for the new fisherman and the experienced alike. NEW! Letís Go Fishing!
    River Expedition - Peace River
    The final leg of our expedition finishes with a jaunt down the Peace River, shooting past the Alberta border, and landing at Many Islands Park. Do you have what it takes to see our voyage through to the end?

    From Taylor Landing to Many Islands is normally a quick paced, but easier river with lots of opportunity for skill development as well as some off-shore activities.
    Build Your Own Trip!
    Perhaps you have a group of 8 or more that would like to do some kind of outdoor trip. It might involve canoeing, hiking, mountain biking or camping. Let us know what your interest is for your group and where you would like to go. We can build the trip, do the recon, and get you through safely.
    Keep in mind that all Sagitawa trips include our programming - which can be structured or loose depending on the request of the group. Give us a call - and please make it early!
    Trail Rides!
    A beautiful, wooded base camp, surrounded by miles of trails that take you into valleys, through streams and along picturesque ridges. Three great opportunities for riders of all abilities. Great meals, campfires, teepees, horseback riding, swim, zip line, wide games, crafts, learn about God, lots of fun.
    TR1 and TR3 are 10-day rides, while TR2 is a 6-day ride for those wanting a shorter time away with a similar experience.
    High Prairie Wilderness Camp!
    Located in the hills along the Little Smokey River, High Prairie Wilderness Camp is a place where you can experience God's creation in a new and exciting way. With miles of trails for horseback riding, awesome camp food, fun games, campfires, and friendly, enthusiastic leaders, HPWC will be an unforgettable experience. At the end of each day, fall asleep in your teepee to the sounds of nature. All three rides are suitable for riders of all abilities, even if you have never ridden a horse. Swing into the saddle and pull your hat brim down as you get ready for a new adventure every day!
    Sagitawa Family Retreat!
    Take part of your family holiday with friends in a camp setting. We also welcome singles and couples without children. A refreshing and relaxing time, in a Christian atmosphere with lots of activities. Take out a canoe or kayak, ride a sailboat, challenge the wall or zip-line, play softball against our staff, or try any of our other skills or activities. You are welcome to join chapel sessions as you desire. We are keeping our prices low because we want families to come. Donations will be accepted by the camp office if anyone wishes to help.
    Speakers:
    Speaker information will be updated as soon as we have our speakers booked.
    Classic Track..
    The basic Sagitawa program offered in previous years, with the above listed extras added in. Your stay includes 2 skills which are chosen the first day, and then done each day. You will also have time for swimming, zip line and other activities, discovery, meals, chapel and a wide game. Options are still available to the Classic Track making it the best choice for friends who want to be together but wish to choose different tracks. The difference is that while the Classic Track provides more options, it cannot give the same focus, nor guarantee first choice in a skill.
    climbing wall, kayaking, canoeing, sailing, kneeboarding, swimming, riflery, crafts, zip line, archery, outdoor living, camp outs, wide games, learning about God, fun chapels...
    Waterfront Track..
    This track is for campers who want an increased focus on waterfront skills and activities. Your skills are pre-chosen for you and will include sailing, canoeing, kayaking, kneeboarding, and other water activities. Besides meals, discovery, chapels and wide games, you will also have some opportunity for choice in other areas as listed below...
    climbing wall, kayaking, canoeing, sailing, kneeboarding, swimming, riflery, crafts, zip line, archery, outdoor living, camp outs, wide games, learning about God, fun chapels...
    Outdoor Challenge Track..
    Campers that love living in the outdoors will enjoy this track. Your pre-chosen skills include outdoor living, archery, riflery, some wall climbing, and a challenging overnight hike. Besides meals, discovery, chapels and wide games, you will also have some opportunity for choice in other areas as listed below...
    climbing wall, kayaking, canoeing, sailing, kneeboarding, swimming, riflery, crafts, zip line, archery, outdoor living, camp outs, wide games, learning about God, fun chapels...
    Performing Arts Track..
    An opportunity for the artistic camper to develop strategies and talents that could be used in a chapel or a theatre setting. Skills include music, guitar, drama, puppetry, presentations, audience interaction and an an opportunity to assist in one of our weekly chapels. Besides meals, discovery, chapels and wide games, you will also have some opportunity for choice in other areas as listed below...
    climbing wall, kayaking, canoeing, sailing, kneeboarding, swimming, riflery, crafts, zip line, archery, outdoor living, camp outs, wide games, learning about God, fun chapels...
    Pastors Family Weekend!
    At the beginning of the summer we would like to offer local pastors a weekend of spiritual renewal through relaxation with family and time alone with God. Meals, accommodations and activities are included and there is no fee being charged. We are planning to keep programming low key, majoring personal choice for when to reflect and when to be involved in recreational activities. Speaker will be more interested in opening discussion, providing encouragement, and offering prayer support. One of the reasons this is free for your family is because life at Sagitawa provides an excellent and effective outreach to our community and we want our pastors to be included and supportive.
    On Track!
    Our Jr/Sr High Spring Break Ski Camp
    Ski 2 days in your choice of deep powder or groomed slopes, mixed with excellent activities back at camp. Yup, this camp has been moved into February for a couple reasons - mostly because its BETTER SNOW! Church youth groups welcome.

    What does OT on Family Day weekend look like?
    • Fri - Camp begins, evening start
    • Sat - Powder King slopes all day
    • Sun - Excellent activities at camp
    • Mon - Powder King slopes all day.... [Family Day - so families please join us on the slopes!]
    CORE!
    The province of BC requires a CORE certificate before issuing a hunting number and license.

    We offer a fun way for students (min age 12) and adults to earn this official certificate and become safe and knowledgable hunters. You will have the unique opportunity to learn about gun safety hands-on: good preparation toward a Possession and Acquistion Certificate. Evenings are free for study, activities, and a challenge from God's Word. Our instructor is certified.
    The camp includes a minimum of 16 hrs quality instruction, supervised hands-on instruction with handling rifles, 1 CORE manual, 2 tests, all meals, lodging, and other activities. Price breakdown is as follows:
    • $ 30 - Provincial Gov't Registration Fee
    • $ 10 - CORE Manual
    • $ 12 - Practical Test (no charge for instructing.. only exams)
    • $ 12 - Written Test
    • $131 - Meals, Accommodations, Programming
    UnBound!
    Do you feel bound by the winter? Held back way too long? Can't wait for spring?

    Be UnBound! Take to the freedom and adventure of camp during Spring Break, and enjoy learning what it means to live beyond your normal.
    This is adventure.. in the snow at Camp Sagitawa.. just before the last melt!
    This is adventure.. with our Creator! Whoa - now that breaks the boundaries we used to know!
    Prospective Cabin Leader Training!
    Excellent training for potential cabin leaders. It was set up during spring break because the regular cabin leader training is in June when students cannot come. Three years of Spring Break Training is equivalent to one year of June training. Even if you don't come all three years, it is better than going into the summer with no training at all. We teach camper care, en parento, risk management, teaching techniques, discipline, team development, and other related skills. The training is not only applicable to camp but also to life.
    PCLT is also a great time to get to reacquaint with friends and make new ones. The camp is concurrent with CORE Training.

    Invitations to all previous Seed and Colt, but it is open to others as well (grade 10 and up).
    Register Here!
    Beyond CORE!
    Attention hunters, trappers, fishermen, outdoorsmen, and outdoors-women too. Beyond CORE is exactly what it says... acquiring more knowledge and skill development in the area of your interest. Each spring we will bring in a coach and mentors with specific skills and experience in a particular area to offer workshops, training, and hands-on opportunities for skill development. The weekend will provide time for stories, and sharing around a campfire.
    2017 Feature - Archery
    Coach & Mentor: Gil Davis, World class archer and local resident of Moberly Lake, BC
    Pushing the Limit!
    Our fall Jr High Retreat
    MI at midnight! Cool activities, fun, excellent music, and lessons about a life of faith: practical living on the edge. Bring your friends. Church youth groups welcome. Sponsors should call about fees.

    Fri 7:30 PM - Sun 2:00 PM
    "Couch potatoes exist in the physical realm. But in social and spiritual realms the same attitude is called apathy. We are made of far better stuff - in the very image of God. We are designed to be challenged and to push to our limits. We should not be content to achieve nothing, nor should start the race thinking of second place. Junior High youth are encouraged to attend this retreat and be challenged to get into high gear."

    Please register here, or call the office to access a printable form.

    Arrival information and To-bring Lists can be found on the downloads page.
    Single Parent Family Camp!
    Two great weekends to relax, spend time with your children, and relate to other single parent families. We wish to serve you and provide opportunities for retreat and reflection. Some camps will provide workshops that relate to needs and concerns that you have shared with us.

    We provide activities for children during workshops, and we even wash your dishes for this camp. We wish to challenge you and bless you. Please tell your friends about this opportunity.
    Sagitawa Family Retreat!
    Take part of your family holiday with friends in a camp setting. We also welcome singles and couples without children. A refreshing and relaxing time, in a Christian atmosphere with lots of activities. Take out a canoe or kayak, ride a sailboat, challenge the wall or zip-line, play softball against our staff, or try any of our other skills or activities. You are welcome to join chapel sessions as you desire. We are keeping our prices low because we want families to come. Donations will be accepted by the camp office if anyone wishes to help.
    Speakers:
    Speaker information will be updated as soon as we have our speakers booked.
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