Whether you're coming to one of our programs, or requesting use of our facility for your organization's use, this page is a pictoral "tour" of our church camp.
Our camp is a basic, simple and uncluttered facility where only the bare necessities are provided.Our camp offers the peace, the serenity and the tranquility that can only be found in the wilderness and the beauty of nature. Those who come here bring their own bedding and leave the facilites as clean as they found it.
Are You Requesting To Use Our Camp Outside of Our Normal Programming? - See the information at the bottom of this page about the process and criterea for requesting use our facilities by your organization for your own programming.
Mother Teresa Center
MOTHER TERESA CENTER Winterized. Sleeps 36 in 12 rooms. Each room has a double bed and a single bed. Large common area with couches. Kitchen and Dining area. 3 Bathrooms 3 showers 1 Bathtub 2 Fridge/freezers Horizontal Freezer Stove and all pots, pans, kitchen and dining utensils (Bring your own spices etc.) In-floor heating and forced-air air-Conditioning Wood burning stove Outside Deck
Kome N See Cabin
KOME 'N' SEE CABIN Winterized. Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms. Each room has a double bed. Common area with couches. Kitchen and Dining area. 2 Bathrooms 1 Shower 1 Fridge/Freezer Stove and all pots, pans, kitchen and dining utensils. Electric heat with individual controls in every room. Wood burning stove Outside Deck
WILDERNESS CABINS Winterized - although shut down during winter. 12'x16' cabin designed for privacy and solitude. These 6 cabins are set right into the trees. Trails connect each of the 6 cabins. You would use the "Kome N See" building for bathrooms and shower. Power Electric heat Double Bed Spare sleeping foam for a child Lounge chairs Table, counter, Cupboards No Bathroom or running water - Use "Kome N See" or public washrooms during "in-season".
Mess Hall & Bunk Houses
BUNK HOUSES Not winterized. 7 Bunk Houses total Very basic cabins Sleeps 12 in bunk beds Power No heat. No Bathroom. Use public washrooms. We also have 4 older cabins that sleep 4-8.
MESS HALL Not winterized Full kitchen facility Walk-in Cooler Tables and seating for Approximately 120 people
Photo Gallery around camp
More of Our Facilities...
Ahhh... The Lake!
Open Air Swimming Pool July August
The Process To Request Use of Our Facilities by Your Group Outside of Our Normal Programs...
Outside of our normal programs, our camp facilities may be made available to Churches, Charities, Organizations and Schools etc. for their own programming use.
Because we are located within a Provincial Park, we have to abide by the lease agreements under "Third Party Rentals" established by the government of Saskatchewan for all camps located within Provincial Parks. Your event or group must fall under the government definitions of Charitable or Educational or Religious.
In order to determine this, once you have established with us that your requested dates are available, you will be sent a government form to complete, requesting information about your event or group. The completed form is then submitted by us to the Moose Mountain Provincial Park administration office's Park Manager for review.
If you're request is approved by the Park Administration Office then you're good to go!
Please note, that in accordance with the government's Third Party Rental policy for institutional camps, the government requires that you also have to provide and show proof of your own Liability Insurance. This can be liavility insurance already in place for your organization or liability insurance purchased just for the event you are planning for here. Please consult an insurance professional or the Moose Mountain Provincial Park administration office park manager if you need clarification regarding insurance.