🌞 Here Comes SUMMER 2020!

Let’s get READY to PLAY !!!

Here’s the camp line up…

– Outpost (LGTBQ2S+ 14-17): July 6 – 11
– Novice (Ages 7-9): Jul 13 – 16
– Family (Ages 0-90+): Jul 20 – 25
– Jr. Boys (Ages 10-13): Jul 27 – Aug 1
– Teen (Ages 14-17): Aug 3 – 8
– Jr. Girls (Ages 10-13): Aug 10 – 15
More will be posted about registrations SOON…

Interested in having a retreat, wedding or reunion
at Camp Koolaree?

Camp Koolaree is the perfect setting if you’re looking to get away from it all!
Our rustic facility can accommodate up to 60 people per night.

We have great facilities for campfires,
a beautiful beach, dock and
a funky dining hall.
The main hall is great for indoor activities.

📆 Check our availability > > >

Solar Panels

The project was made possible by a 2018 grant from the LeRoi Foundation, along with private donors, and many hours of donated labour, including an electrician, a certified tree faller, and construction professionals!

     From Ray Lundquist:
Saturday, October 12 turned out to be a nice day to complete the work on the solar panel installation and to have CK Bill’s son, Darryl, explore the camp and take notes for a geotechnical report.
Bill watches as Herman drills a hole in the Q-Deck roofing precisely where the centre support will go.
Herman and Bill secure a cross brace to the panel support framework.  It is now rock solid.
Meanwhile, Darryl takes notes on the location of buildings and features around the camp before climbing the mountain above.
Darryl scans the steep hillside for boulders and any areas prone to slides.
Bill drives the last screw home to secure the panel to the wooden frame.
Finished climbing the mountainside, Darryl tries his hand at encasing loose conductors in a split wire loom.
Darryl, Bill, and Herman pose behind the completed solar panel installation.
As we left, I ran the boat upstream along the shore and then swung around so Darryl could take some photos of the landform behind Camp Koolaree.
It was another long day.  I left home at 07:40 a.m. and got back at 6:05 p.m., hungry, and totally bagged!