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Summer Camp Spaces
We're currently looking for the following individuals. If any of these apply, please register for the wait list for that week, and then send an email to This is a first-come, first-serve basis.
Ridgerunners II
Looking for 14-16 year olds to take part in this exciting new program!
Places still available for July 20th - 31st!! 
(turning 14 before August 31st) 
Teen Res Camp
July 27th - 31st : Two 12-15 y/o boys (turning 13 before August 31st)
August 4th - 7th : Two 12 - 15 y/o teens (turning 13 before August 31st)
Registration Now Open

Be sure to read all our new Ridgerunner program about it on the Ridgerunner page. Plus, our popular Voyageur program returns this year.

All of our Sasamat Day Camps are now full, but check out our Belcarra Park Day Camp program. Following our hugely successful first full year of the program, it's back and better than ever. Register now!


We believe that healthy people make a healthy society. Our programs reflect our firm belief that quality camping and outdoor experiences are key factors in personal growth and development. A progressive and socially responsible non-profit organization, we are dedicated to investing in our children, in our youth and families, and in our community.


Come see what we're about!

Recent News

United Way Day of Caring
by Bronco Cathcart
posted on 1:55 PM, July 2, 2015
 On Friday June 12, a contingent of United Way Day of Caring volunteers arrived to help us build new docks for the waterfront. Several of our old friends from Translink returned, along with a new group...
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Camp is for Kids

Insights and Information About Camp for Parents and Campers
For many city-dwelling children, camp may be the only way to experience the outdoor activities that many parents, and certainly most of today's grandparents, thought of as a normal part of childhood. Camp is For Kids is a reminder of the importance of summer camp and the outdoors in the lives of children.
Slow it Down posted on 1:19 PM, March 31, 2015
At camp, things sometimes feel very rushed - get the kids onto the bus, get to camp, get them organized, get to the first activity... and the next, and the next... get the kids back on the bus.   ...
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Share your Sasamat story

United Way of the Lower Mainland shares our belief that outdoor experiences are valuable training for personal growth and health and supports Sasamat Outdoor Centre in providing its programs. If you or a family member has been positively affected by the Sasamat experience, please take a moment and share your story with the United Way. Your story can help Sasamat Outdoor Centre to continue bringing the outdoors to children and families.