Family Camp Activities

Junior Program

Every morning the Junior Program department offers fun, active and stimulating group programs for children aged 0 – 12 years. Each group is tailored with activities to meet the interest and abilities of children of that age. If your child has any special needs, or may require extra attention in this social setting, please be sure to identify your child to the staff on sign up day.

Leaders in Training

Young campers aged 13 to 15, can join Leaders in Training, where they are exposed to a broad base of activities. They will learn leadership skills, group dynamics that will enhance self esteem, team building strategies, improve self confidence and develop leadership potential. They will be able to work in the various departments of camp in order to gain knowledge and experience which could potentially lead to employment as our junior staff when they turn 16 or 17.

Sports & Tournaments

Red Pine Camp has many activities for the sporty camper. Paddle Tennis, Basketball, Baseball, Shuffleboard, Tether Ball, Badminton, Bocce, Archery, a Fitness Trail and more.

Camper Show

Once a week, generally on Thursday, campers of all ages gather and entertain each other with songs, music, magic, dance, humorous tales and other skits. The perfect place to show off your talent!

Craft Hut

A popular place during the morning Junior Program to work on a special craft to remember your time at Red Pine Camp. Craft kits, painting, wood craft and leather crafts are all found here.

Waterfront

A hot sunny day, or any day for that matter is the perfect day on the waterfront. There are three depths of pools supervised by our waterfront staff during open hours, and a small beach for the young ones. Sign out one of our sail boats, stand up paddleboards (SUP’s), kayaks, canoes or paddle boats or try out waterskiing! Or, relax in the sun or shade on our main dock and enjoy a good novel.

Tuck Shop

Sundaes, candies, cool drinks and ice cream can be found in the Tuck Shop. Set up a “Tuck Account” so you don’t need to carry any money around camp (sorry, no debit machine).

Council Rings

A popular place in camp for sing-songs, camp gatherings, and evening guitar playing around a fire. There are three in camp, the main council ring, shore strip and behind cabin #17.

First Aid Post

A medical volunteer helps us each week in case of emergencies, remember this volunteer is on vacation too! The post is available for emergencies and you can visit 1hr after breakfast and 1hr after dinner. Please remember to pack your own First Aid Kit for minor cuts and abraisions.

Weekly Themes

Red Pine Camp is run on volunteerism! Helpful campers set the theme for each week and plan a fun activity for the families a few nights a week around our standard programs of Folklore Night; Camper Show and the Friday Night Dance.