Our accommodations:

Big A Lodge – A dining hall and multi-purpose building complete with a brand new kitchen and cozy fireplace room. At the entrance to this building is a 1,400-square-foot three-level deck which doubles as an amphitheater for medium sized groups.

7 Platform Tents – With the comfort of a cabin and the personality of a camping tent, these fun-loving structures are our favourite and most authentic way to experience Camp Bow-Isle. Nestled in the woods, each “tent” can house up to 12 guests and are complete with a tarpaulin roof, wood bunks, mattresses, and mosquito netting for comfort.

Little A – Adjacent to the camp rock wall, this small A-frame sits next to the road, overlooking the little lake and big field. Inside, you’ll find a twin bed and working lamps on the ground floor, and a queen bed atop the loft after a short ladder climb.

Tweaks – Short for “twin peaks”, this rambunctious cabin has three separate units that can house a family of 4-5 persons. Tweaks is centrally located near the Big-A and Biffy Village, has electricity, and might just be your next home away from home.

Quiet House – This tiny house sleeps 2-3 people and includes a kitchen, bathroom with shower, woodstove, and small living room area.

Wash House – Located next to the Big A, the washhouse holds six showers, six sinks and three toilets.

Available activities:

Ropes Course – This challenging course was constructed by Project Adventure and is acknowledged as one of the best in Western Canada. Facilitation is provided by our BIOC instructors. Use of the ropes course requires an additional fee, and restrictions apply.

Lake – Fed by a clear stream of water from Mt.Gardner, the lake is a natural focal point of many activities including swimming and canoeing.

Field – Next to the lake, the playing field is a perfect place for soccer, football, frisbee, tag games, and large group activities.

Rates and Responsibilities:

Please contact us at (877) 943-2442 to get an accurate quote for your group. A non-refundable deposit equal to half the total rental fee must be received in order to reserve the camp.

Prime booking times are September, October, April, May and June. Winter bookings are subject to power failures, freezing water lines, and a host of additional challenges so come prepared!