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THE CAMP

Our facilities are top notch, no matter what the occasion! From kitchen to cabin, we are capable of accommodating every whim and fancy to ensure your event is as memorable as our camp.

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88 Acres of Land Over 1 Kilometer of Shore 55 Out-Buildings
BUILDINGS
and
AMENITIES

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BUNKER/ADMIN

This winterized, carpeted and furnished building is the perfect breakout meeting place or building for evening activities.

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Camper Cabins

Cabins 1 to 24 contain seven built-in bunk beds. Cabins are cinder block/brick exteriors and recently refurbished. Camper cabins are including with Dining Hall rental.

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Cook’s Cabin

This cabin sits directly in front of the dining hall. It has built-in bunk beds and is only feet from the waterslide dock.

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Dining hall

Ideal spot for a large group wanting to rent during the winter months, and can seat 225 for meals. Comes fully equipped with three televisions, a projector and speakers. The lower DH has an office, fireplace,.bathrooms and showers.

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Directors cottage

This cabin is located near dining hall. There are two bedrooms each with a queen size bed. The bedrooms and living room are heated. The plumbing in this cabin is.operational seasonally from May – October.

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These three side by side units are located behind the dining hall, minutes to the shoreline. They are winterized and each unit can sleep up to ten people in bunks.

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Guesthouse

The newest of cabins this one features six separate rooms off central meeting space Balcony overlooks sports field. New built in Bunk Beds.

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Judges Cabin

Includes a large porch with a stunning lakeside view. Three bunks with electricity.

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Lion’s den

One of the most historic cabins in camp, this building was recently upgraded and winterized. It sits almost directly on the shoreline and offers beautiful views day and evening.

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Nurse’s Cabin

This building has 5 sleeping rooms, two full washrooms (available seasonally) and has a front porch deck and a small sitting area with mini fridge, sink and cupboards.

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Pat mcGrath Cabin

This building has 3 bedrooms each with 2 beds. There is a an entrance / sitting room, and washroom with shower. Plumbing is operational seasonally from May-October.

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Craft Hut

Used for art programs during the summer, this bright space is a great option for break-out meetings or small social events.

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Shower

A modern shower building with 12 shower units provides comfort for your stay, and is included in our basic rental package.

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Watersports Storage Unit

This storage unit holds all water sport equipment, including adult and child-sized lifejackets, and canoe, kayak and rowboat paddles.

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Naturelore

Our naturelore hut serves as the centre for our summer ecology program, and is a great option for school groups looking to add an environmental education focus to their rental.

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Blue Cabins

The blue cabins provide extra sleeping space, and provide an extra level of privacy tucked away at the top end of the Christie Lake Camp property. These cabins are a great option for groups that need a bit more space for sleeping.

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SPORTS FACILITIES

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Sports equipment is available for all of the activities below.

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Baseball Diamond

basketball court from above

Basketball Court / .Floor Hockey Court

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Beach – Swimming Area

tree lined soccer field

Soccer field

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Tetherball Stations

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Volleyball court

toboggan in the snow

Tobogganing

dock on the lake

waterfront docks

Additional
recreational
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Additional
recreational
equipment
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FACILITATION SERVICES

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Christie Lake Kids is pleased to offer facilitation services at our campsite.
These activities make for great team-building opportunities for your group

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Low ropes course

Includes 5 low-ropes stations.
Time: Approximately 1.5-2 hours

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Guided Canoe Trip on Christie Lake

Includes beginner canoeing lesson.
Time: Approximately 3.5-4 hours

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