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Summer days at Sans Souci are filled with fun and adventure. A fun place on hot days is the swimming pool, which is supervised at all times by a certified lifeguard. Campers can also participate in numerous sporting activities such as soccer-baseball, basketball, soccer, tchouk-ball, volleyball, badminton, ping-pong, mini-Olympics and hiking on nature trails. Other daytime activities include, arts and crafts and co-operative group games. Best-loved evening activities include talent shows, team building games and challenges, dances, carnival nights, musical slide-shows and quiet times around the campfire.


There is no visiting day during a single session. Departure day, held on the last day of camp, is considered a visiting day for campers staying longer than one session. Should it be necessary to visit a camper, this can be arranged if the camp is notified prior to the visit. Campers may use the telephone to call a parent for emergencies.


A carefully planned, balanced diet will be provided for the camper. Please, do not send food. Campers may receive regular mail. Care packages are allowed. Parcels sent by priority post mail will have to be picked up in the village and so may arrive later than regular mail. For emergency parcels or mail we suggest Purolator or similar delivery.


Arrival Day Arrival day is Sunday between 2:30 and 4:30 P.M. Please do not arrive late as supper is served at 5:00 and is an excellent opportunity for campers to start new friendships.

Departure DaysTwo-week session: Parents are asked to arrive between 10:45 and 11:00 a.m. on the final Saturday of the session. A departure day ceremony will begin at 11:00 a.m. promptly. Certificates and camp awards will be presented at this time. Following the ceremony, campers will have time to purchase camp sweatshirts and say good-bye to friends and staff.

One-week session: For those staying only the first week of a two-week session the departure is on Sunday morning at 11:30 a.m.

*Please do not bring any pets on arrival or departure days.


Meals are served by an experienced chef and kitchen staff in a spacious communal dining hall. The nutritious and varied menu is always highly praised by campers. A vegetarian option is also available. Beverages and snacks are served nightly and enjoyed with lively conversation at the picnic area around the campfire. Sans Soucis is not a peanut-free camp. Please call the camp prior to registering to discuss accommodations for food allergies or for other dietary concerns.


The camp is equipped with a medical room, and a doctor can be reached at any time. All staff members have first-aid training. There are two hospitals located less than 30 kilometers from the camp and two C.L.S.C. medical clinics within 10 minutes of the camp. Camp personnel are available on the arrival day to discuss any concerns you may have about your child’s medical health.


We believe that our campers benefit from being without their electronic devices during their stay with us.

This unplugged environment will help campers to develop valuable life and social skills by encouraging them to communicate face to face and enjoy the freedom to be where they are without outside distractions.