Come join us for Camp Bow-Isle’s 60th reunion, August 22-23, 2020! See old friends, meet new ones, work on crafts, enjoy some of Camp’s great food, tour our facilities, attend a Sunday Service, go on a hike, and sing songs around the campfire.
In July of 1960, a Certificate of Incorporation was issued to the “B.C. Camping and Recreation Guild for Christian Scientists,” and 160 acres were purchased on Bowen Island for Camp Bow-Isle. The first summer camp was held in a couple of circus tents in the orchard, and water was pumped up from a nearby creek.
Over the years a few things have changed at camp, but one thing has never been forgotten: Camp Bow-Isle exists to support young Christian Scientists as they learn more about themselves as perfect children of God.
If you would like to stay the night on Saturday, please let us know when you fill out your registration form. Since the majority of our accommodations will already be filled by Family Camp II participants, you’ll need to plan to sleep in a personal tent in one of our many open spaces or check out one of the local B&Bs on the island:
To help offset costs of meals and other expenses, we’re suggesting a donation of $20.00 per person. You can make your donation online either in US funds or Canadian funds through Paypal (you don’t need a Paypal account, just a credit card), or if you prefer, when you arrive at Camp. A tax receipt for your donation will be provided on request.
Please note: Camp Bow-Isle does not permit the use of alcohol, tobacco, cannabis, or other recreational drugs on its property at any time.
We can’t wait to have you join us for this happy celebration — August 22-23!
Don’t forget to click here to send in your registration form so we’ll know you’re planning to attend!