What does it cost?
Plover Lake Bible Camp is a faith based camp, meaning that we rely totally on the Lord for our needs. Since the camp was started in 1954, it has always been free for the campers. God has never failed in His promise to provide, and has blessed with abundance. We have been able to upgrade the main building, staff cabins, and camper cabins over the years. If you desire to donate, donations are accepted at camp time, with a tax-deductible receipt following. We thank the Lord for your gift.
Bible learning and singing are an important part of the daily chapel times. Campers may also enjoy some of the following activities: games, swimming, crafts, sports, and campfires.
What to Bring…
Warm sleeping bag, pillow, foamie, warm coat, swimsuit, towel, Bible and notebook, personal effects, and changes of clothing. Please ensure that clothing and swim wear is modest and appropriate. Cameras are allowed, but their use will be monitored by the staff. The camp is not responsible for lost articles.
Campers are allowed to spend a maximum of $6.00 for tuck, deposited at registration. T-shirts are also available at registration, at a cost of $10.00 a piece. NOTE: Please mark all your belongings clearly.
What NOT to bring…
Electronic games, ipods, mp3 players, cell-phones, radios, laptop computers, magazines, food, candy, etc.
Please Register Early
We accept registrations on a first come, first served basis only. The number of camper space is limited. Once you have sent your application, consider yourself registered unless you hear from us otherwise.
Make your cheque payable to:
Plover Lake Bible CampBox 93 Youngstown, ABT0J 3P0
You can transfer funds securely from your personal account to Plover Lake Bible Camp’s donation email account: email@example.com
*Please provide your email address along with your mailing address in the Message section.We will email your Charitable Receipt.
Use any major credit card or your own PayPal account
*Please note that your donation receipt will come from CanadaHelps and 3.5% of your donation goes to CanadaHelps for their service