Bedding: twin size fitted sheet, pillow, sleeping bag, and extra blanket if needed. Clothing: sportswear, swimwear (modest one-piece for girls), coat, wet weather wear, enough clothes for the session, a hat. Extras: toiletries, sunscreen, camera, Bible, pen, medications, and any personal items you may need. Remember to bring your own rod and tackle if you signed up for fishing.
Do not bring: radios, comics, novels, electronic games, portable stereos, pocket knives, paintball guns, cell phones, mp3 players, laptops, or other unnecessary items. (If any of the above are brought, they will be held in the office. We cannot be responsible for items that are lost or stolen).
Registration Day : Registration begins at 7:00 pm on opening day. During registration the first aid provider will be available to speak with parents about conditions needing special attention. The camp must have an accurate health report for each camper. All medications must be kept under the care of the first-aid provider.
Closing Day: NOTE: Sr. High Camp ends at 5PM. All other camps end at NOON. Parents are invited to come early (11:30 am) for our closing chapel. Sign out for your children happens immediately after closing chapel, approximately 12:30 pm.
Lost & Found: Each summer we have a large amount of clothes and other items left at camp. We recommend that you make a checklist of each article that comes to camp. Also, please print your campers name on each clothing item on a tag or inside the collar. Contact the camp soon after your camp ends if you are missing anything. Lost and found is displayed during camper pick up.
Banquet Theme 2019: Each year we have a banquet to end the amazing week at camp. This years theme will be the "Wild West". Campers are encouraged to bring themed outfits to dress up for the final night at camp!
Who We Are
Camp Silversides is owned by One Hope Canada and has operated Bible Camps since 1929 as a non profit charity. At our camps, campers are taught how to have a relationship with Jesus Christ while enjoying an experience of a lifetime. Campers are supervised by trained and caring ministry team members who provide a safe, encouraging and positive environment for them.