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Day Camp FAQ

Many questions are asked about different camps every year. If your question hasn't been covered on this page, please reach out to us by email or phone. You're most likely not the only one with that question in mind!

What are the drop off and pick up times?

We will accept children from 8:30 a.m. and pick up can be up to 4:30 p.m.

Is lunch provided in the price


What will a sample day look like?

Here’s an idea.

8:30 - 9:00    Arrival and orientation
9:00 - 12:00  30 or 45 minute blocks of activities and camp skills like hiking, archery, outdoor adventure, RC Trucks, games, team challenges, etc…
12:00 - 1:00   Lunch and story time
1:00 - 2:30     Beach and water activities
2:30 - 3:00     Snack
3:00 - 4:00     Campfire
4:00 - 4:30     Wind-down activities and pick-up


This will surely be refined more as the days of Summer approach.

What are the Bible stories about?

We take some time each day to talk about matters of faith from the Bible. We are not forceful or coercive in our methods. We invite children from all walks of life and faiths to attend camp. Our teachings will reflect our overall articles of faith doctrine. We include songs, story telling and small group reflections mixed with some attention grabbing games and activities. We are happy to provide parents with information specific to what was presented that week to their child.


What do you mean by bilingual?

It is our priority that every child feels understood and understands what is happening. We simultaneously translate announcements, instructions and stories.

Our leaders are bilingual. We do not offer language lessons, but we offer an ideal environment to help children grow more comfortable with the English language. It is important to us that children who do not function well in one language feel safe and accepted while experiencing camp. Our leader training contains modules that address this need.

How qualified are the leaders that will care for my children?

Our leaders are carefully screened and trained for the work they will do. Every cabin leader will undergo 60 hours of training that year. These hours are also required in order to maintain our certification with the Quebec Camping Association. Subjects include health and safety and safe operating procedures as well and animation techniques. They also include characteristics of children and different learning styles. Our curriculum also includes a thorough training in One Hope Canada’s child protection policy and bullying prevention. It is important that our leaders are responsible and qualified role models for the children and teens in our care.

Camp Livingstone
120 René
Canton Stanstead, QC  J1X 3W2

Mailing address:
CP 818, Magog, QC J1X 5C6

Office Phone: 819-843-2019
Toll Free: 1-844-848-8938
Fax: 819-843-7975
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Camp Livingstone is owned and operated by One Hope Ministries of Canada,
is registered as a youth tourist accomodation establishement by the CITQ (086181), is certified by the ACQ (Association de camps de Québec) and is a member of Christian Camping International/Canada.

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