What grade do I use to register
It is the grade that they have completed as of June of the current calendar year.
What does the term "Waitlist" mean?
Once a camp reaches capacity, we start to place campers on a waitlist – at no cost! Adding your name to this list helps us keep track of who to call first when an opening happens.
Can I request who I want to share a cabin with?
Yes! When you register you are able to fill out your “Cabin Buddy Requests.” Make sure you and your friends request each other, that way we can ensure that you will be in the same cabin together.
Drop Off and Pick Up Times
Drop-off is at 2 pm on the day of registration which is typically Sunday afternoon, except for Junior 1, which is a Wednesday.
Drop-off for Junior 1 will be at 10 AM
Pick-up for all children and teen camps is at 7 pm on the last day of camp, Friday evening,
Can I send mail to my camper?
Yes! During registration you are able to drop off or write letters to your camper for each day of the week. They will be delivered after lunch from Monday to Friday.
What to pack
Bible (if you have one)
Clothes for 5 nights away from home.
Toiletries and a bathing towel
Sleeping bag and pillow
Beach towel and swim suit
Hat and sunscreen
Extra shoes (Runners are important to bring)
Warm jacket or rain jacket
What NOT to pack
Weapons (knives, etc.)
Offensive or inappropriate media
Drugs, tobacco, vapes, marijuana, alcohol
Do you have to be a Christian or attend church to come to camp?
No. We welcome campers and families from all backgrounds. We are a christian camp that incorporates biblical principles into our programs, cabin times and chapel sessions.
what are chapel times like?
We have 2 chapel sessions per day at camp, one in the morning and one in the evening. Each session is rougly 1 hour long and typically includes 30 mins of singing, a skit or game, and bible teaching. Campers are encouraged to listen, ask questions, and participate. We believe sharing the love of Jesus Christ, is best done through genuine relationsship's that respect emotional, physical and spiritual boundaries. We will present what we believe about God and who Jesus is, without pressuring others to do the same. We offer free bibles to anyone who is interested in learning more about it, and we encourage campers to discuss what we teach with their parents.
What time is closing ceremonies?
Everyone is welcome to attend our closing ceremonies which start at 6:30 PM on the last day of Camp. During this time you will see the campers sing songs that they learnt during the week, and you will watch the highlight video as well. After closing ceremonies parents or guardians will sign out their campers, pick up any medication, collect lost and found items, and have a chance to shop in the camp store.
Please be aware that traffic coming out of Victoria can sometimes be heavy, please plan ahead and give enough time to avoid the rush.
What kind of health and safety do you provide?
Each season will have 1-2 certified nurses or paramedics and 2-3 first-aid attendants. Only 30 mins from Camp Imadene is the Cowichan District Hospital.
All staff 18+ must have a completed criminal record check prior to being hired. Cabin Leaders complete a basic first-aid training session.
What is Tuck? How much should I Deposit?
Campers can purchase chips, drinks, candy, or ice cream daily. We recommend depositing $30-$40 when you register your child online, or you can deposit money on drop-off day. Please discuss the importance of managing their money and balancing a healthy diet before camp with your child.
Leftover tuck money will be refunded to the parent's credit card or paid back in cash for amounts over $5.
Any leftover amount under $5 will not be refunded.
When is final payment due
The final payment is due June 16, 2023. Keep an eye on your email for reminders of the final payment date and your
Don’t hesitate to call the office if you have questions or need to make other arrangements. 1.800.445.7575
Do you rent out your property to Guest Groups?
Yes, we do!
Camp Imadene runs all year long, hosting various groups including schools, churches, community groups and more!
Starting April 3, 2023, we can once again provide full meal services.
Depending on the season, we can provide several on-site activities for you.
Call 1.800.445.7575 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.