Ages 12-18 // Co-ed, Boys, Girls Program // July-August

Ages 12-18

Co-ed, Girls, Boys Program


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Teen Camps are full of energy and all the best that Pioneer Camp has to offer!  Programs are geared towards junior and senior highschool students with epic adventures and life changing experiences. We’ve got amazing facilities for you to explore horseback riding, out-tripping, canoeing, wall climbing, archery, swimming, sports, and much more! You will also have the incredible opportunity to learn about God’s love and to discuss what a relationship with Him could look like.
We also run a Leaders-In-Training (LIT) for teens who are wanting to grow in character and leadership ability as well as to learn how to make a difference for Christ in their home communities.

Teen Camps (Pioneer Ranch, Rocky Mountain House)



Ages 12 - 14 | Co-ed | July 7 - 12 | $659

This camp offers early teens the chance to do just what its name implies—breakaway! Taking a break from their everyday routines, campers will experience a week packed with challenges and adventure. From activities like archery, horse-back riding, wall-climbing and canoeing to daily Bible study discussions and an incredible overnight camp-out, Breakaway offers campers the opportunity to explore their faith, new friendships and the great outdoors! Sign your camper up for Breakaway today!

Senior Girls

Ages 12 - 18 | Girls | July 14 - 26 | $1559

Senior Girls is one-part camp and one-part wilderness adventure! The first few full days of camp are all about the classic camp experience: learning the skills needed for experiencing a successful out-trip as part of a team, days of hiking, canoeing, horseback-riding, wall-climbing, arts, theatre and, of course, daily Bible discussions. They’ll be challenged to grow in their physical skills, friendships and in their faith.

For the younger girls (age 12), the next five days will see them led through a specially designed out-trip (the General Out-Trip) that introduces them to the fun of wilderness camping. The older girls (ages 13-18) will also go on a five day out-trip, but get to choose their own adventures, picking between backpacking, hiking base camp, river canoeing and horseback-riding out-trips.


Each out-trip gives the girls quality time with their staff and fellow campers to hear stories of faith, learn new skills and be challenged. At the end of the trip, they’ll return from camp to share their stories!


Is your camper ready for the adventure of a lifetime?

Out-Trip Skills Camp

Ages 15 - 18 | Co-ed | July 28 - August 1 | $349

Out-Trip (OT) Skills Camp is all about campers having the chance to further develop their backcountry camping skills in one of three separate skills tracks: backpacking, canoeing, and horseback riding. We recommend attending Sr. Girls, Sr. Boys, or Sr. Skills first, as OT Skills Camp is designed to take the skills learned at camp further.

Campers will spend the entire session camping out on our adjacent land called Miller’s. For Sunday afternoon and Monday morning the entire group will be together, focusing on packing gear and basic out-tripping skills. After lunch, the individual skill tracks will head out to various locations to continue the adventure. All campers will return to the Miller’s camp site Thursday after lunch to celebrate their adventures with a final outdoor banquet meal on Thursday before departure!

PLEASE NOTE: This camp is not designed for beginner skill levels, so we reserve the right to refuse registrations of campers who have not yet begun developing their out-tripping skills.

Senior Boys

Ages 12 - 18 | Boys | August 5 - 16 | $1429

Senior Boys is where camp classics meet wilderness adventure! First, campers will take part in the best that camp has to offer learning the skills needed for experiencing a successful out-trip as part of a team, days of hikes, crafts, canoeing, horseback-riding, wall-climbing and daily Bible talks. They’ll be challenged to grow in their hands-on skills, their friendships and in their relationship with God.

After that, it’s five days of pure adventure! The youngest boys (age 12) will be introduced to the fun of wilderness camping through a specially designed General Out-Trip. The older boys (ages 13-18) will pick between a backpacking, river canoeing or a horseback-riding out-trip.

On each trip, the boys will spend quality time with their counsellors and fellow campers, hearing stories of faith and being challenged to try things they’ve never done before! At the end of the trip, they’ll head back to camp and share their stories!

Senior Skills

Ages 12 - 18 | Co-ed | August 18 - 23 | $659

Senior Skills is all about campers having the chance to grow and flourish in one of three skills areas or in the area of general activities, plus enjoying all our classic camp activities too!


Chill: New Track! This track is designed to give campers an introduction to all things camp! From the climbing wall to the archery range, waterfront, orienteering, horseback riding, various sports, and more, campers will rotate through all the activities that camp has to offer. They’ll discover new experiences, learn about themselves and encounter God in new and unique ways


Paddle: This track takes campers out into Crimson Lake where they’ll learn to paddle a 2-person tandem canoe before trying their hand paddling the mighty North Saskatchewan River! It’s a week full of rapid thrills and mountainous adventure as campers bond through their shared challenges and triumphs.


Ride: This track is all about horses! Participants will get hands-on experience in basic horse grooming, care and maintenance, all while developing their riding skills each day. They’ll discover what horses can teach them about God, themselves, and the world around them.


Zoom: This track endeavours to capture the beauty and reality of life around us! Designed with the Visual Arts enthusiast in mind, Zoom provides campers with ample time and space to stop, take note of the details around them and capture them through photography, painting, sculpting, or sketching. Each day they will focus on a particular skill, technique or project, and each evening they’ll share their work and tell the story of what inspired them.


In addition to the track-specific activities, Senior Skills incorporates all our best-loved camp games and activities too! Wide-games, swimming, archery and canoeing are just a few of the options, while campers discover more about God through daily Bible studies and stories shared by staff. This is a week they won’t want to miss!