After a brief boat trip across the clear waters of the Shuswap River, campers take a short walk up a forest path and arrive at the seven acres of MacKenzie Camp property. The forest opens into a large grassy field surrounded by cabins, a large Craft Hall, the Alice Large Lodge, the old dining hall and the wash house. MacKenzie Camp is a mix of rustic cabins and new dorm rooms. Campers will sleep in the seven cabins or in the dorm rooms, depending on the camp and its organization.
Activities include: canoeing, out tripping, swimming, kayaking, climbing wall, low ropes, archery, arts and crafts, campfire and reflection and celebrations.
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- Alice Large Lodge – dining room seats 99; dormitory sleeps 48; 2 washrooms each with 2 showers
- Henry Peter’s Cabin – has electric light and heat (sleeps 10)
- six rustic sleeping cabins accommodate 48 people (no hydro)
- washhouse – 4 flush toilets, 4 showers, laundry and 4 additional outside sinks
- outdoor chapel – a quiet circle in the woods
- campfire area
- waterfront complete with sandy beach
- 14 canoes and 9 kayaks
- climbing wall
- low ropes course
- archery range
- craft hall – great for rainy day activities
- director’s cabin (sleeps 3)
- first aid cabin (sleeps 1)
- gast haus – heated (sleeps 2)
- 4 outdoor toilets
- kitchen – the new commercial kitchen is equipped to provide meals for 99 people. It has 3 stoves and a walk in cooler
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