Greetings Everyone;

We are so excited for our Summer Camp season coming up, and we are sure you are too! Our 2018 summer camp registration will be opening online on our website NEXT WEEK! As many of you know, our camps tend to fill up quickly - especially the Junior Camps - so we strongly advise to register right away. Just for perspective, last year we had over 900 campers register, but we only have space for around 600!

We will be opening our summer camp registration over a span of three days: 

Junior Camper registration opens on Monday, March 19th at 10am MST 

Intermediate Camper registration opens on Tuesday, March 20th at 10am MST

Senior Camper & Other registration opens on Wednesday, March 21st at 10am MST

Below you will find more detailed information about our registration days, as well as important information about summer camp registration.

Be sure to keep an eye on your inbox for more registration details. If you have any questions feel free to contact me (Stephanie Brouwer) at the camp office (403-563-5120) or by email at

In the meantime, check out our great summer camp options for 2018 listed below or on our website!

Stephanie Brouwer




Registration Days

Our 2018 summer camp registration will open over a span of three days. The following camp registration form(s) will open online on the following days:


Monday, March 19th at 10:00am MST 

Junior Camper Registration (for those born in 2009-2006) These camps include:


Tuesday, March 20th at 10:00am MST

Intermediate Camper Registration (for those born in 2006-2004). These camps include:


Wednesday, March 21st at 10:00am MST

Senior Camper Registration (for those born in 2004-2000). These camps include:

Special Outtrip Registration (varying age groups, registration must be completed by an adult over 18). These camps include:

  • SWOT (June 8 - 11) *women ages 40+
  • FASO (June 15 - 18) *fathers & sons
  • AGOT (July 8 - 17) *young women ages 16-25
  • ABOT (July 19 - 28) *young men ages 16-25

Family Camp Registration (for all ages, but a parent over 18 must be the primary camper on the registration form). These camps include:


Important Registration Information:

  • Our camps fill very quickly, for the best chance of ensuring a spot for your camper, be online just before registration opens at 10am MST for the age group you are applying for, and refresh the page until the registration link appears.
  • Registration will be online only.
  • Our camps are strictly based on birth year, not the camper’s age during the camp.
    • This year (in 2018) that means those born in 2006 can choose between registering as either a Junior or Intermediate camper.
    • It also means that those born in 2004 can choose between registering as either an Intermediate or Senior camper.
    • If your camper is born in one of these years, you must decide which age group they want to register with, as they cannot choose both age groups, only one.
  • Campers may only register once per year. For example, if a camper is born in 2006, they cannot register to come as both a Junior camper and an Intermediate camper. Please do not register your camper in more than one camp. If the same camper is registered twice, both applications will be rejected, and they will need to re-register. (This does not apply to campers attending Family Camp or the FASO with their family)
  • When registering, parents/guardians will be asked to create an online account in our new registration software, with a username, password, email and security question.
  • If you are registering a camper for a friend, there are two options of how you can do this. First, you could create a new login for them so that the camper is under their family group rather than yours (this will need to be done in communication with your friend so that they can have the new login information to modify camper details or register in future years). Or you can create a New Registration under your own login information, however this will mean that your friend’s camper will be under your family login, so modifying or transferring camper details for future years would be more complicated.
  • Only the highlighted fields and those marked with an (*) are required to complete the registration form, all other fields can be left blank or filled out as you see fit.
  • For Family Camp and the Father & Son Outtrip, the primary camper on the registration form must be over 18 and be either the parent/guardian of the family (if applying for Family Camp) or the father (if applying for the Father & Son Outtrip). There will be a space further along in the form to enter the names of your other family members or your son.
  • We run all our camps completely fee-free so that everyone can have the opportunity to come to camp. There will be no registration deposits this summer.
  • Crowsnest Lake Bible Camp is funded entirely by donations and staffed by volunteers: parents and people who want to encourage and participate in our camp. If you are interested in being a part of what we are doing here, you can volunteer, or contribute financially. Learn about Volunteering HERE and Donating HERE
  • Since we will not have registration deposits, the spending money each camper has for the tuck shop will be up to the parent’s discretion. This can be deposited into the tuck shop on their behalf the first day of camp when signing in. We will be providing you with further details about this as summer camp approaches.    
  • Since we generally contact people via mass emailing, please make sure our email address ( is saved to your contact list or address book so that messages from us end up in your inbox instead of junk/bulk mail folders.  


Mar 14, 2018 By Stephanie