Grouse Mountain will be closed for scheduled maintenance on various dates this month: Monday, April 15, Monday, April 22, Tuesday, April 23, and Thursday, April 25. There will be no access to the Skyride and mountaintop facilities on these dates.
For information on today's activities and dining options, please visit Today on Grouse

Summer Adventure Day Camps

Pathfinders (5-7), Alpine Blazers (8-12), and extreme adventurers (11-14) Can Explore the Mountain this summer

Pathfinders CAMP (Ages 5-7)

Please note: Campers must have turned 5 years old by December 31, 2023. If your child is not of the appropriate age, they will be asked to leave camp without refund.

Our signature Grouse Mountain Pathfinders camps take campers on a journey of wonder and exploration. The camp utilizes the mountain as a playground, inspiring kids to get outdoors, connect with nature, make friends, and experience "only here" activities. These camps are multi-day, week-long camps.


Dates & Times:

Camp

Dates

Theme

Camp A*

July 2 – 5 (4 day camp)

Adventure is Calling

Camp B

July 8 – 12

Mountain Explorers & Survival

Camp C

July 15 – 19

Adventure is Calling

Camp D

July 22 – 26 

Mountain Explorers & Survival

Camp E

July 29 - Aug 2

Adventure is Calling

Camp F*

August 6 – 9 (4 day camp)

Mountain Explorers & Survival

Camp G

August 12 – 16

Adventure is Calling

Camp H

August 19 – 23

Mountain Explorers & Survival

Camp I

August 26 – 30

Adventure is Calling

*due to STAT holidays, no camps on July 1 & August 5

Pricing:
5-Day Camp: $445
4-Day Camp: $356 (Camp A & F only)
Lunch Add-On: $75/week

Weekly Camp Themes & Highlights
Weekly Theme* Highlights: Pathfinders (5-7 year olds)
Adventure is Calling • First Nations presentation and wood pendant art
• Lumberjack show
• Bears and Ranger visit, with artifacts
• Kids Tree Canopy Adventure
• Nature crafts and art
• Axe throwing and logger games
• Archery
• Forest play
Mountain Explorers & Survival • Shelter Building
• Survival Games
• Birds in Motion Demonstration
• Backcountry hike and exploration
• Bear visit, artifacts and safety
• Situational and outdoor awareness
• Smart Adventure Activities
• Survival bag set up and knowledge
*Program highlights subject to change without notice

Lunch Options
Add on a lunch for your child. Lunches are $75 for the full week.

All lunches are served with a juice box, a piece of fruit, and a sweet treat. Vegetarian options are available (must specify at time of booking).

Lunch Program Schedule*:
Day Standard Lunch
Monday • Pasta
Tuesday • Burger or Veggie Burger
Wednesday • Mac n' Cheese
Thursday • Hot Dog or Veggie Dog
Friday • Cheese Pizza
*Lunch menu is subject to change

Please be aware that our restaurants handle a variety of ingredients in their kitchens, which may pose a risk of allergen cross-contamination. While we take every precaution to ensure food safety, we cannot guarantee that our products are free from traces of allergens. We understand the importance of dietary restrictions and are committed to providing accurate information about our menu items. If you have specific dietary concerns or allergies, please inform a member of our team, who will be happy to assist you. Your health and satisfaction are our top priorities. Thank you for your understanding.

Camp Check-in and Out
Check-in is at the base of the Mountain at 8:30am. Please proceed to Parking Lot B with your child. You will check-in with a Camp Leader at the designated sign and be assigned your camp number and leader.

Check-out is from the base of the Mountain at 3:30pm. Please proceed to Parking Lot B and check-in with your child's assigned leader under your assigned number. Parents or guardians who arrive late will be charged a $25 late pick-up fee.

What to Bring
• Waterproof jacket and pants (Camps run rain or shine and activities will continue outside in the rain)
• As mountain conditions change rapidly, dress your child in layers and appropriately for the weather.
• Closed toed shoes. We recommend hiking or running shoes. No sandals.
• Sunglasses, sunscreen, a hat and extra socks.
• A reusable water bottle.
• If you do not purchase food during registration, please provide your child with a lunch and snacks. Camps are a Nut Free Zone - please help us keep campers safe and refrain from including any food containing nuts.

Registration and Availability
Registration cut-off is the Wednesday prior to the first day of camp, subject to availability. Register online or contact Guest Services.

Frequently Asked Questions
Visit our Adventure Camps FAQs page for more information.