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Accommodation

 

Loon Lake offers clean and comfortable accommodations for all Camp Goodtimes participants, volunteers and staff.

 

Alongside sleeping quarters, Camp Goodtimes participants are able to use the Dining Hall, Med Shed, Old Staff House and Arts & Crafts pavilion during their stay.

 

Participants, volunteers and staff at Camp Goodtimes sleep in four main facilities on the Loon Lake site: the Johnson building, the Student Centre, Marion cabin and Koerner Centre.

 

For more information about what items to pack for Camp Goodtimes, please click here.

 

Facilities

Student Centre

Description: 

 

The Student Centre, known as “Old MAK” and “New MAK” to camp participants, is available for participants of Camp Goodtimes’ Kids Camp, Family Program and Teen Program.  This building contains large rooms with up to eight bunks in each room.  Cots can be added for families or groups of larger sizes. Rooms in this building have views of Loon Lake and the Camp Goodtimes waterfront area. 

 

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Student Centre

Johnson Building

Description: 

 

The Johnson Building is available for participants of Camp Goodtimes’ Kids Camp, Family Program and Teen Program.  This building is the newest building on the Loon Lake site and is comprised of two cabins: the Yew Cabin and the Arbutus Cabin.  Rooms are for two to three people.  Some rooms come with adjoining doors and can be shared to create larger living spaces.  Washrooms are fully accessible. 

 

Each of the two cabins have a large sitting room and vaulted ceilings to create a beautiful atmosphere and a home away from home.  For more pictures, click here.

 

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Johnson Building

Marion Cabin

Description: 

The Marion building is at the highest point of the Loon Lake site and is the cabin with the best view.  The Marion building is the hub and residence of all Leaders In Training (LITs) during each Kids Camp and LIT session.  This building has its own bathroom and sleeps up to 13 people. 

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Marion Cabin

Koerner Lodge

Description: 

 

The Koerner Lodge is one of the largest buildings on-site and is the home during the summer for Camp Goodtimes volunteers and staff members.  Koerner contains comfortable rooms that sleep two, three or four people.  Each room has its own bathroom.  There is a comfortable, large seating area in the main foyer and there are many balconies from which to enjoy the view of the lake and proximity to nature. For more pictures, click here.

 

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Koerner Lodge

FAQ

 

Do participants sleep in tents or cabins at camp?

 

Participants sleep in beds or cots in heated buildings with indoor washroom access.

 

How do I know what to pack for my child for camp?

 

Please click here for an itemized list of what your child should and should not bring to camp. This list is also sent to you by email in your acceptance package in May. 

 

Will participants need to bring a sleeping bag and pillow?

 

Yes.  Beds with mattresses are supplied but there are no blankets, pillows or bed sheets.

 

What happens if my child left something at camp? 

At the end of camp all the lost and/or misplaced items are brought back to the Camp Goodtimes office in Vancouver.  Please contact our office if you are missing an item. It’s easier to return lost items if they are labelled with your child’s name. Any unclaimed items after September 30 are donated to charity.

 

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