Program Information

Children's Program

The children's program is available for all children from new born to completed Grade 3.

Special Note: We are changing the services that we offer for children with special needs. For children up to and completed grade 3 we will offer minimal support in their classroom. For those in our youth programs, we will no longer be offering support. We would encourage you to bring a personal support worker for any one on one services your child may require while at camp.

Children's Program Times

Morning: 9:30am - 11:45am
Evening: 7:00pm - End of Chapel

Children's Program Age Groups

Tiny Tots (0-19 months)
Starting Steps (20-35 months)
Eager Explorers (3-4 years)
Kinder Kidz (Completed JK or SK)
The ROCK (Completed Grades 1 to 3)

Special Evening Themes

Click here for information about special evening themes for children enrolled in Children's Program.

Sign In/Out Procedures

Click here for the Children's Program Sign In/Out Procedures (bottom of page).

Youth Program

The youth program is available for all youth completed Grades 4 to 12. There are three periods, one of which is Chapel at the Fair Glen Chapel. The other two periods are for skills. For the skills period, you can choose from 9 different skill programs.

Youth Program Periods

Period 1: 9:30am - 10:25am
Period 2: 10:25am - 11:15am
Period 3: 11:20am - 12:05pm

Youth Program Age Groups

XT - Extreme Team (Completed Grades 4 to 6)
Jr. Teens (Completed Grades 7 to 8)
Sr. Teens (Completed Grades 9 to 12)

Active Sports

Are you an active person? Learn the skills to shoot hoops like a pro, or enjoy playing Frogger; our spin on beach volleyball. Other sports in our Active Sports rotation are Ga Ga Ball (or Octoball), Touch Football, Kickball, Soccer, Road Hockey and Team Building activities. Remember, there is no “I” in “Team”!


A timeless camp classic; our instructors guide youth to use focus and precision with recurve bows to reach the target. With a combination of drills and games, campers can expect to daily improve their marksmanship for Friday’s Tournament Day!

Baking 101

The goal of this Skill is to connect youth with fundamental kitchen skills, so that they can feel comfortable and confident to be sous chefs at home! With less of an emphasis on baking as past years, campers can experiment with a variety of doughs, leavenings, and decorating.

Canoeing (ORCKA)

Similar to Swimming Lesson levels, youth have the opportunity to improve their paddling skills and increase their Canoeing Levels, including take-home badges and certificates. Tandem and Solo options for ORCKA qualifications are both offered.

Climbing (High Ropes / Mt. Moriah)

We at Fair Havens are blessed with a High Ropes Course, Low Ropes Course, and Rock Climbing Wall. Our trained instructors keep youth safe, while overcoming new heights and having fun!

Digital Photography (please bring your own camera)

Whether you want to be a professional photographer, or ramp up your Instagram game, our Digital Photography instructors teach you the skills needed to take clear and crisp photos. Learn different tips and tricks that will help you capture memories here at Fair Havens, and have your photos featured in our weekly slideshow!

* Must bring your own camera (any picture-taking device qualifies, including a phone camera, DSLR, point and shoot).

Creative Arts

More than arts and crafts; experiment with a variety of art forms, including paint, textiles, nature, and words. Our instructors love to be creative, and encourage youth to unleash creativity! This is a great Skill for those who enjoy bringing souvenirs home, to remember summer memories for years to come!

Out in the Wild

Did you know that Fair Havens doubles as an Outdoor Education Centre during the school year? Youth get to learn about nature while playing in the greatest classroom; the great outdoors. Camp classics include shelter and fire building.