Our 30 ft vertical wall is a challenge. Learn the art of climbing, rappelling and belaying. Our instructors also teach safety, wall preparation and proper use of ropes and equipment. We offer six levels of instruction. -- Staff Required.Zip-Line
A challenge to anyone the most difficult part is the tiny step from off the 32 ft tower to start a 300 m descent across the lagoon. -- Staff Required.Archery
Our archery range has a large backstop and 4 targets for 8 shooters at once. We teach the approach, proper shooting form and follow through for accuracy and consistency. -- Staff Required.Riflery
Our pellet gun range provides room for 6 shooters at a time in a well protected area with safe backdrops. Students learn about safe handling procedures, range etiquette and marksmanship. All principles taught are also applicable to hunting.-- Staff Required.Sailboats
The complexity of sailing provides a different kind of challenge. Learn to set the rigging, respond to the wind, make quick turns, and right a capsized boat. We have 2 monohulls, and a 16 Trimaran. Room is limited. -- Staff Required.Canoes and Kayaks
A skilled paddler understands the relationship between self, the vessel and the water and is able to maneuver through most difficult situations. We teach several levels of flatwater canoeing, river canoeing and kayaking. Canoes and kayaks may be used with or without staff instruction. Please make the canoe and kayak rules available to everyone in your group.Outdoor Ed.
We teach basics in survival and orienteering. This includes knots, fires and shelters, use of knives and axes and outdoor cooking. Our hiking trails are available for general use. Guided hikes are also available.Swimming
Our waterfront includes a marked swim area, a jungle swing. Ask us about NLS qualified lifeguards.Playground
Slide, climbing playground and other equipment for younger children. Also large field and general sports equipment.Hot Tubs
Not for public use at this time
We will design a program to meet your needs, using varied elements of our facilities, catering and recreation. Our friendly staff will do our best to meet your needs and make your stay memorable. We value you and welcome your questions and input.
Camp Sagitawa is located on the north shore of Moberly Lake, BC. We are 20 minutes north of Chetwynd on Highway 29 accessible by gravel road just 1 km off the highway. Our waterfront area is on one of the nicest bays on the lake it welcomes the morning sun, while giving shelter from the afternoon winds. The cold water is pristine: an excellent site for recreation. Our warm season lasts three months, beginning in mid May, while our colder season is from mid-November through March.
The following equipment is required prior to embarking:
If kayaks leave the bay area, each occupant must also have:
Please care for equipment with the following in mind.
Moberly Lake can change from calm to whitecaps in 20 minutes making it very difficult for the amateur to return to shore. The water is extremely cold further from shore, and hypothermia can occur after in as little as 15-20 minutes.
Kayaks are not allowed to leave the bay unless very experienced and having extra equipment. If you are going canoeing Let someone responsible know you are going out.