Summer Getaway 4 Your Kids at #PioneerCamp ~ Plus 2 Trips To Punta Cana.

Are you ready for a getaway to Punta Cana?  Are your kids ready for overnight camp?  Inter-Varsity Pioneer Camps is offering not one, but two, trips to Punta Cana.  They are also giving away four FREE camp weeks! 

Easy ENTRY to both contests: Follow these links to Pioneer Camps & Circle Square Ranch.  Share the contest with yourself and a few friends, then use your PURL to Share on other social media sites.

 My last post for Inter-Varsity Camps mentioned Circle Square Ranch, but I didn't get the chance to share specific details on either Circle Square Ranch or Pioneer Camps.  There is a wealth of information on each of these Christian Camps' websites. And though this post highlights some of the Ontario Pioneer Camp programs-the main point I want to drive home- There is something for everyone!

How is Circle Square Ranch different from Pioneer Camps?

Circle Square Ranch camps focus more on horsemanship. 
"Circle Square Ranch is a Christian, non-denominational, non-profit organization, welcoming youth of any faith and race. We encourage young lives to grow spiritually, mentally, socially and physically in an exciting, fun-filled and safe “adventure experience”. 

What are Pioneer Camps?

Some Pioneer Camps focus on horsemanship, others focus mainly on outdoor activities, wilderness adventures, and training from the Life Saving Society. 
"Overall, Pioneer Camp is building young people that are prepared to be influential members of their communities going forward. Our focus is to develop them mentally, physically, socially and – most importantly – spiritually, strengthening them to make a difference for their lifetime and to be part of God’s plan for that life to stretch into eternity." 

View the Pioneer Camp Promo Video

They also have "niche camps":

FUEL - attract High School aged teens, during the last week of summer (high ropes, climb/rock wall, photography, video production, archery, etc.

252 - attract High School aged teens, Gr. 9's and 10's that are nearly ready for the LIT (Leader In Training) program, service-based - working at camp AND experiencing camp life/activities
{Earn OSSD credits for volunteering}  Service includes: dish pit, operations, etc.

Genesis: "Extreme Camping" -  attract High School aged teens, every day is a different activity - you plus 20 of your peers

Woodland Challenge: Out in the woods - unplugged from technology, hiking, making own fire, etc.

Family Camp: no age restriction, children 4 and under are free, participate in all camp activities (swimming, archery, arts & crafts, etc.)

Special Needs Inclusion Program:  inclusion fee is not applicable for 20% off coupon, BUT the regular camp free is applicable to the 20% off.  Makes sure that children with special needs are included with the rest of the camp and participating in the camp experience with peers while receiving 1 on 1 care.

Work Program: for ages 18 to late 20's for people with special needs. An individual with special needs can have a job at the camp for the purpose of receiving job experience to put on their resume. Eventually they are able to seek jobs elsewhere and have successful, fulfilling positions at other companies as a result of their past job experience at the camp.

For more information about Ontario Pioneer Camps visit them HERE.

Disclosure: This post has been compensated and promoted on behalf of Inter-Varsity Pioneer Camps , all opinions are my own. Please note that this contest is open to CANADA, excluding QuebecA full list of rules and regulations can be found here.


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