Juniors Outdoor Camp  (ages 8-12)

Become a camp counsellor this summer! The CIT program is a 200-hour course designed to train teens 15+ to become great camp counsellors. Mornings to learn, plan and organize; afternoons to play, lead, and team work. Overnight campers also enjoy our evening activities and weekend excursions. Pass your theory and practice tests and obtain a certification from Camp Ecolart. 

 

Teens Outdoor Camp  (ages 13-15)

Become a camp counsellor this summer! The CIT program is a 200-hour course designed to train teens 15+ to become great camp counsellors. Mornings to learn, plan and organize; afternoons to play, lead, and team work. Overnight campers also enjoy our evening activities and weekend excursions. Pass your theory and practice tests and obtain a certification from Camp Ecolart. 

 

CIT - Counsellor In Training  (ages 16-17)

Become a camp counsellor this summer! The CIT program is a 200-hour course designed to train teens 15+ to become great camp counsellors. Mornings to learn, plan and organize; afternoons to play, lead, and team work. Overnight campers also enjoy our evening activities and weekend excursions. Pass your theory and practice tests and obtain a certification from Camp Ecolart. 

 

Camp Ecolart Beginners
Camp Ecolart Adventure
Camp Ecolart Arts
Camp Ecolart Biking
Camp Ecolart Canoeing
Camp Ecolart Sports
Camp Ecolart Beginners
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Camp Ecolart Cooking
Camp Ecolart Crossfit
Cam Ecolart Fishing
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Camp Ecolart Photo
Camp Ecolart ESL
Camp Ecolart Sailing
Camp Ecolart Waterskiing
Camp Ecolart FSL
Cam Ecolart Sailing
Camp Ecolart Wakeboarding
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AFTERNOONS (1 - 4 pm)

 

All campers from all different programs are mixed up and separated in Teens 13-16 and Juniors 8-12. Within these age groups, we create 4 different houses that compete against each other in all afternoon games and organized activities to obtain points and win the Ecolart Cup at the end of the week!

 

Click Here >> to see a sample of our afternoon activities at Camp Ecolart.