There are 7 weeks of camp available this summer:

Teen Girls            (13-17 yrs)  July 5-10             Register here!         

Intermediate Girls (10-12 yrs)   July 12-17           Register here!

Junior Girls           (7-9 yrs)     July 19-24            Register here!

Junior Boys           (7-9 yrs)     Aug 2-7              Register here!

Intermediate Boys (10-12 yrs)  Aug 9-14            Register here!

Teen Boys             (13-18 yrs) August 16-21       Register here!

Registration Time  : 3 - 4 p.m. Sunday (no early arrivals taken, staff will be in meetings)(approx. 1 hour drive from Thunder Bay)
Pick Up Time : 6 - 7 p.m. Friday
$170   for the 1st child of the family                  
$150   for the second child of the same family   
$130   for each addition child of the same family

Canoe Trip Aug 23-28
(must have been a teen camper in 2019 or a staff member in 2020 to attend canoe trip in 2020)

There will be some pre-trip instruction that will include preparation and packing of the supplies needed for the trip, followed by a three night canoe trip from North Lake paddling back to RLBC.

Participants must be able to swim 100m comfortably and be able to lift and carry canoes and packs and be physically able to paddle a canoe for multiple hours through the day.

Cost is $140 or $100 plus one week of volunteering at camp this summer.

Where in the world is Round Lake Bible Camp?
click here for map! 


This is our 75th camping season at Round Lake Bible Camp

The campers stay in cabins with single sized bunks - bring your own pillows, blankets, and fitted sheet

There are outhouses by the cabins and sinks by the main lodge for washing and brushing teeth

Daily Schedule (Subject to change for special events/outings, age of campers and weather)

wake up (optional polar bear swim)
cabin clean up

tuck shop time (bring up to $2 / Day for candy)  - t shirts, jogging pant, sweater, hats, also available
cabin time

camp fire program
cabin time / lights out 
The photo galleries give a glimpse of what camp is like and some of the activities
*campers must be stay in the supervised area during the activity times 

Some of the activities we are planning for this summer
canoe, kayak, paddles board (instruction levels provided) swim, hike, fish, pontoon boating, tubing

overnight canoe trip / sleeping in tents (teen camps) and knee boarding (during teen camp)

crafts, cooking, baking, chores, cabin clean up, skits, movies, games, sports, nature studies, guest speakers,

The tuck shop is open week days with $2 /day limit on snacks. We also have T shirts $15, Sweat shirts $35, hats $12
Chapel services are about an hour long and includes games, singing, music, skits, movies, and guest speakers. 

After the campers register we send out a suggested kit list and permission / health form


DO NOT BRING– If these items are found, they will be confiscated and returned at the end of camp


  •  electronic entertainment (iPods, iPads, DS, tablets, etc.)
  •  cell phones
  •  Knives (including all pocket knives and filet knives)
  •  cigarettes, alcohol, drugs
  •  indecent literature
  •  foul language (difficult to confiscate and will not be returned)





KIT LIST for summer camps

  •  remaining camp fees
  •  tuck money for candy / gift store (max $2 / day on candy)(RLBC clothing is available)
  •  completed health form
  •  medications if needed with written instructions
  •  small packsack for day hike
  •  warm sleeping bag or blankets, pillow, single size fitted sheet,
  •  clothing for the week -  t shirts, socks, underwear, pants, shorts,
  • (modest clothing - no short shorts / mini skirts / low cut tops)
  •  plastic bag for dirty laundry
  •  hat with brim
  •  jacket or hoodie
  •  bathroom supplies, towel, washcloth, soap, shampoo,
  •  toothbrush, toothpaste, brush or comb, hair ties
  •  drinking cup or water bottle with owner’s name on it
  •  bathing suit, t shirt to cover 2 pc suits and towel, sunscreen, a few clothespins,
  • runners (may get wet / muddy)
  •  Other nice to have things
  •  Bible if you have one
  •  flashlight, mosquito repellant,
  •  raincoat and boots, sunglasses
  •  favourite doll, toy or stuffed animal
  •  wholesome books or journal / drawing book
  •  fishing gear, ball glove, water shoes
  • dressier clothes for Friday dinner
  •  camera
  •  musical instrument


TEEN CAMPERS:  Bring old runners, sandals, or water shoes to wear walking through the rapids on the overnight canoe trip along with:

-   backpack or duffle bag

 -   sleeping pad (if you own one)

 -   water bottle

 -   flash light