Camp Crossroads

Finding God in every moment

Campers are led through the adventure of the day with their cabin leaders. Cabin groups move together through all the events of the day, providing lots of opportunity to deepen friendships and learn to work together as a team.

Chapel begins with a set of songs that usually include a lot of actions! Chapel speakers aim to communicate one simple thought each chapel using a variety of media to keep things moving. Cabin groups meet together with their leaders after chapel to review what they learned and ask any questions they might have.

Where do we begin?! Each cabin group will travel together to participate in swimming, field games, canoeing, crafts, the ropes course, outdoor adventure, and cabin-time tubing. There are different fun meals announced each day and silly songs at fireside. Then there is the camp wide Special Event where all the campers work together to battle injustice and see peace at camp restored!

Meet the Kids Week Chapel Speaker
Phil Klassen & Tim Durksen
PHIL KLASSEN (photo left)
Camp Crossroads has been a part of Phil’s life for a long time. He has been a camper, volunteer and staff over the years, and has led and participated in many weekend retreats at Camp too. He has worked as a kids and youth pastor at Scott Street Church for 7 years and is now returning to school to study teacher’s education. He enjoys board games, art, improv and disc sports.
Phil and his wife Rachael live in St. Catharines with their daughters Avery and Beatrice.
TIM DURKSEN (photo right)
Tim spent many summers at Camp Crossroads starting as a Leader in Training and ending up on Summer Team, where he was able to be a part of the chapel ministry for a number of years.
He is a middle school teacher with the DSBN and volunteers with kids and worship at his home church, Scott St. MB. He loves music, good stories and ultimate frisbee.
He and his wife Mel live in St. Catharines with their three daughters.
Included in the Camper Fees

Camper Fee - $710+ HST

Camp Crossroads offers many exciting programs that each camper can be a part with their standard registration. Kids Week campers move as a cabin group with their cabin leader throughout the following program activities:

Swimming, Tubing behind the power boat, Canoeing, Outdoor Adventure, Field Games, Crafts, Campfires, Low Ropes, Gaga Ball, Tetherball, Soccer, Beach Volleyball, Basketball and more!

Sign Campers Up for the Horse Program when registering on-line

Additional Program Option

Horse Program - Cost $150 + HST The Horse Program is a great place for first time riders to learn the basics and for intermediate riders to expand their skills in Western Style Riding. Program consists of: ground lessons, mounted lessons, trail riding and games! Campers are assigned their own horse and tack for the week (helmets are included). Campers just need to bring/wear long pants like jeans, and some kind of boots with a heel (rainboots work well).
Add the Horse Program on-line when you register your camper or log back into your account and to add it after your registration has been submitted. Programs can be added anytime – as long as there is still room in the program option.
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Family Camps

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Our family camps are designed to give families a chance to enjoy all the experiences of camp together. We provide structured and unstructured time for families to spend together enjoying nature and activities. We have two daily chapels with sessions geared to the specific age groups of adults, teens, young and older children. Each member of the family will be fed spiritually throughout the week.

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Overnight Camps

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Each camp week consists of various activities including chapel sessions, swimming, canoeing, crafts, games, nature hikes, low ropes course, singing, skits, and more! Camp Crossroads Overnight Camp provides a fun and safe environment for children where they can create and grow lasting relationships.

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