FAQs

What are your daily rates?

Rates are based on group sizes, staffing requirements, meals and program selections.  A typical day is $120 per adult for basic programs and meals.  A typical day is $60 per youth for basic programs and meals.  Our staff would be happy to work with you and your budget to create the program that’s just right for you and your group!

What can I expect from the Camp Kindle staff?

You can expect an experienced and enthusiastic staff, always willing to go the extra mile and do it with a smile.  They’re fully trained in outdoor recreation, and will work tirelessly with any group leaders to customize your visit down to the smallest detail.

All of our staff are certified in First Aid with specialized training that covers everything from health and safety to programming and creating cohesive teams.

What’s the best way to get to Camp Kindle?

We have a great relationship with First Student Canada School Bus Transportation and can gladly make arrangements on your behalf.  Whether by bus, or your own personal vehicles, arrival time on day one is 11:00 am, and departure on the last day is between 11:30 am and 1:00 pm. View Map

What sorts of emergency procedures are in place?

If a medical emergency arises, an ambulance can be dispatched, and if required, the camper will be directed to the Sundre, Cochrane or the Alberta Children’s Hospital in Calgary. We would transport an adult to the Foothills Hospital in Calgary.

Camp Kindle has emergency procedures in place to deal with fires, First Aid, evacuations and lost campers. There are clearly posted muster points and everyone who comes to camp will learn these procedures during their welcome and orientation.

Can the camp accommodate allergy and dietary needs?

Yes, when you inform us of allergy or dietary requirements, our camp staff will work with you to accommodate your particular needs.

Is there a “lost and found” department?

If you have left anything behind at Camp Kindle, contact us and we’ll do our best to locate the item. If found, it can be picked up at Camp Kindle, or we can take it to Calgary to be picked up at the Kids Cancer Care office. After 2 weeks, unclaimed items will be donated to a local shelter.