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Camp Life Overview

Life at camp includes long, full days of fun activities, exploring, and adventure. A day at camp begins from the time campers rise and shine until they head back to bed at the end of day. Campers experience a very full and active outdoor day at camp taking advantage of the long summer equinox.

A typical day might look like this:

7:00 AM

Rise & Shine, Polar Dip!

8:00 AM


9:00 AM

Flag Break, Tent Clean Up & Morning Chores

10:00 AM

Morning Activities

12:00 PM


1:00 PM

Low Activity Period

2:00 PM

Afternoon Activities

5:00 PM


6:00 PM

Evening Program

9:00 PM

Camp Wide and/or Campfire

11:00 PM

Bedtime & Lights Out

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Tent Life Overview

Campers coming to Impeesa can expect some fantastic nights under canvas sharing experiences with fellow scouts.

Our summer camp tent village provide a rustic and comfortable down time space and night time rest. Our tents are spacious and well ventilated and hang within a roofed wooden platform. They are tucked in under spruce and poplar giving shade and some protection from the weather.

Sharing tent space with other campers allows for new friendships and strengthens bonds within the group. On our overnights we provide backpacking style tents that campers carry and setup together. We can explore the further reaches of the camp and surrounding mountains.

Camp Impeesa Activities

3D Archery

Take a step up and head into the woods with bow and arrow in hand. Follow our forest trail trying to score points as you take aim at our 3d foam animal targets. Just like a real hunt, your aim must be true as you only get one shot at each target.


This classic youth camp activity will allow campers to develop the skills needed to pierce the bullseye of a traditional target with precision.

Arts & Crafts

Campers with a passion for making creations with their hands will love the arts and crafts activities. This youth camp activity fosters the imagination while incorporating nature’s bounty.


On a canoe is the perfect place to be for campers seeking adventure. Campers are able to explore the lake and kids camp from an entirely different viewpoint.

Climbing Tower

Campers with a love of climbing will really enjoy this activity. The 40-foot climbing tower is the perfect kids camp activity for all the aspiring mountain climbers out there.


Beaver Mines Lake is home to many different kinds of fish species. Campers can cast, reel, and catch all of the different kinds of fish living in the lake that borders the youth camp.


One of the most basic and primitive skills of summer camp is learning how to light a fire. Campers can even compete in a few rounds of friendly firelighting challenges.


Sitting at the base of Table Mountain, Camp Impeesa summer camp has access to a 4.3 km long hiking trail winding up to a summit that offers up some pretty amazing prairie views.


Knot tying and structure building come together to teach campers how to build their own camps. Summer camp just isn’t complete without these necessary survival skills.


In the line-up of shooting sports at camp, at the pellet shooting range campers will practice patients and accuracy through safe firearm handling and learning. With a variety of target options the range provides a unique shooting experience.

Ropes Course

The low ropes course in the Impeesa summer camp gives campers the chance to develop team-building skills and conflict resolution while discovering the benefits of group unity.


Once the sun starts shining, campers are encouraged to hit the lake and work on their swimming skills while joining in on friendly water-related kids camp games.


Hone hand-eye coordination, plan strategies, and push the boundaries of memory while enjoying a fast-paced game of thunderball at our Alberta teen camp.


With a tomahawk in hand, campers are taught to aim with accuracy. This exhilarating youth camp activity pairs very well with archery.


Campers searching for an Alberta teen camp that delivers on its promise to excite will love zipping across the bay on a thrilling yet safe double zipline.