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Spring Camp

Learn what Manitoba plants and animals are doing throughout the spring season and how spending time outdoors is great for our health.

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Health and Safety

The health and safety of our community is our highest priority.

See what COVID-19 precautions we are taking for Nature Day Camps.

Information For Parents

Camp drop off is between 8:30 and 9am. Camp programming begins at 9am.

Campers may be picked up between 4 and 4:30pm. Camp programming ends at 4pm.

While waiting, campers participate in self-directed outdoor exploration within staff supervised boundaries.

Drop off and Pick up Location

Interpretive Centre, 1961 McCreary Road

Please park in our main parking lot. You will enter through the Alloway Reception Centre and walk to the Interpretive Centre.

What to Bring to Camp

  • Non-medical mask (required for children in Grades 4 and up)*
  • 1 (one) garbage-less lunch (nut and peanut-free) that does not require a microwave
  • 2 (two) garbage-less snacks (nut and peanut-free)
  • Rubber boots/winter boots
  • Extra pair of socks
  • Long pants
  • Extra layer (sweater or fleece top)
  • Warm clothing (Spring/Winter)
  • Change of clothes
  • Insect repellent & sunscreen

*Following provincial guidance for schools in Manitoba, we are requiring masks for children participating in group programming if they are in grades 4 – 12.  Masks are to be worn at all times indoors when not seated, eating, or drinking and outdoors anytime physical distancing cannot be maintained.  Parents/guardians may choose to have their younger child(ren) wear a mask, provided the child is able to wear it properly as per provincial guidance without assistance.

Note that much of our camp takes place outside. Please send your child with the appropriate outerwear for the weather.

For all other inquiries, please contact us at camp@fortwhyte.org or at (204) 989-8355 (ext 204).

Find Your Way

Map of FortWhyte highlighting various drop off points.
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