Campers get to do all kinds of fun stuff like: hiking, wake boarding, canoeing, orienteering, arts n’ crafts, archery, indoor and outdoor sports activities. The best part is, then at Free Wharf, they can try any favourite activity they love!

 

Archery

Under the supervision of our trained instructors, learn how to accurately knock arrows, handle a Long Bow and shoot to develop your skill-based technique.

Arts & Crafts

Learn to make paper crafts, dream catchers, woodcarvings, using a variety of local and
natural materials to make camp crafts

Bouldering

Traverse across the lower levels of our fantastic climbing wall with spotters helping you across and involving the entire group.

Camp-wide Games

Traditional camp games such as Capture the Flag, Predator and Prey, Stones and skit nights foster leadership, initiative, creativity and teamwork among groups.

Canoeing

Become familiar with parts of the canoe, paddle and proper technique; learn water safety and canoe rescues. While practicing their paddling techniques participants also get a chance to explore the local environment. The Voyageurs hold up to 15 participants with an experienced instructor.

Climbing Walls

Our instructors can help beginners to advanced climbers learn new skills and techniques on our rock-face climbing wall, learning about the harnesses, ropes and techniques.

Fishing

Learn about hooks, line and rods, gathering the best natural bait and identification before releasing the fish back into the wild.

High Ropes

Vertical Playground, Multi-Vine, Leap of Faith and Rickety Bridge are all suspended in the trees 35ft above ground. Campers learn the dynamics associated with climbing and are harnessed and roped in to challenge themselves by choice and develop their teamwork and confidence

Kayaking

In beginner ocean kayaks participants learn the parts of the paddle, kayak, water safety/rescues and basic kayaking strokes and techniques, on the ocean in the beauty of the Howe Sound.

Low Ropes

Vertical Playground, Multi-Vine, Leap of Faith and Rickety Bridge are all suspended in the trees 35ft above ground. Campers learn the dynamics associated with climbing and are harnessed and roped in to challenge themselves by choice and develop their teamwork and confidence with their fellow campers.

Swimming

Whether intentional swimming lessons, or scheduled time to swim on our private beach on the Howe Sound, safety of our students is our top priority.

Wakeboarding, Water Skiing and Tubing

Skill based development and technical instruction in some of the best watersport water on the Vancouver Coast. Our trained staff instructs the activities and ensure safe participation on the water and around the boats.

Zip Line

Campers learn teamwork, trust and develop self-confidence when climbing and descending from the 50ft tree platform on our 350ft Zip Line.