Our summer outdoor camp program is offered to boys and girls age 8-16. It gives these campers a chance to get outside and experience the adventure within the Niagara Region. Our sports and activities are specifically designed to promote teamwork, fun, adventure, and self confidence, all under the watchful eyes of our highly experienced staff members.
Our Summer Camp Program
Our summer outdoor camp program is offered to boys and girls age 10-18. It gives these campers a chance to get outside and experience the adventure within the Niagara Region. Our sports and activities are specifically designed to promote teamwork, fun, adventure, and self confidence, all under the watchful eyes of our highly experienced staff members.
A Day at Niagara Adventure Camp
Breakfast and Adventure
At 8:00 the campers wake up to the smell of fresh breakfast cooking in the dinner hall. They shower, get ready for the day and head over to eat a full breakfast. After breakfast, it is time for the first activity. Depending on the day, this could be a trip to Beamer Falls or Rockway Glen where we hike to the beautiful hidden waterfalls and climb through the river rocks. Alternatively, it could be a sports morning, which includes instruction from a staff member, team-building games, and finally a competitive all-camp game of the specific sport.
The campers eat lunch around 12:00. Again, they are served a full and delicious meal. After lunch, they are given 30-45 minutes of downtime where they are allowed to use their cell phones to call home or text their loved ones about their experiences.
The Adventure Continues
By 1:30 we are up and ready to go again. The afternoon could look like a string of races and team-building exercises, egg toss, balloon fights, slip and slides, or an off-campus trip to the local Wainfleet wetlands and beaches where the campers can jump off the high sitting rocks or lounge in the warm sand. If it is an excursion day, we might be at the local dairy farm playing with puppies, fishing, watching cows get milked by robots, or enjoying some fresh milk and dairy snacks!
Time to Refuel!
By 5:30, the campers are exhausted, whatever we choose to do, and are ready for a big meal to fuel all the energy they burned throughout the day. After dinner, the campers are given another 45 minutes to 1 hour period to shower, call or text loved ones, as well as tidy up their belongings.
Candy and Campfires
It is tuck shop time! The tuck shop opens, and our campers can get their snacks for around the evening campfire. Before dark, our team leader Greg or Brandon lead the campers in a competitive game of dodgeball or manhunt. As the sun goes down and the moon comes up, the campers work with their leaders to make a fire perfect for roasting marshmallows, hotdogs, and to sing around. The evenings are filled with stories, laughter, songs, and campfire games.
Relax and Unwind
At about 9:30-10:00 the campers are brought back to their respective camp houses and go to sleep for the night.
More about the Summer Camp
Each day will start with a healthy and nutritious breakfast, prepared by our resident chefs. Campers will throughout the day have the opportunity to take part in up to four different activities with ample time allocated for a hearty lunch and a bit of relaxation. At the end of the day, all boys come together to share their evening meal and exchange stories about their day’s adventures!
Our mission at the Niagara Adventure Summer Camp is to instill a love and appreciation for the outdoors through various fun, and adventurous activities that develop a joyful team spirit mentality in each of our campers!
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Who are we?
The Niagara Adventure Camp is a new and exciting extension of the Robert Land Academy. Combining years of experience of mature and highly trained staff and the excellent facilities offered by the Academy, we feel the Niagara Adventure Camp is well placed to meet all the needs of our campers and offer an unforgettable summer experience.
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Code of Conduct
The staff are looking forward to providing all our campers with a fun, memorable, and safe summer camp experience. Each camper has a responsibility to act in a way that assures a positive experience for all. All campers are required to follow these guidelines.
Do you need more information? Or would you like to speak with the director before signing up? Please call 905-386-6203 and ask to speak with Alanna Wielink