FAQ's

What activities are available for my youth?

Wildwood has lots of fun activities to keep your kids busy and active.  Head on over to our facilities page to find out more!

Where is WWBC located? How do I get there?

Wildwood Bible Camp is located near the town of Chapleau, Ontario in Canada. We are just East of Shoals Provincial Park, and approximately 30 km West of Chapleau.  Head over to our directions page to see a map and get directions.

When are registration deadlines?

For all the kids camps, the discount price (of $160) is available if payed in full by June 1, and is non-refundable. If you choose to pay after June 1 a non-refundable deposit of $25.00 must accompany the registration form. The balance of the fee ($160.00) is payable upon arrival at camp by cheque, money order or cash only (made out to “Wildwood Bible Camp”).

For youth camp, the discount price (of $150) is available if payed in full by August 1, and is non-refundable. If you choose to pay after August 1 a non-refundable deposit of $25.00 must accompany the registration form. The balance of the fee ($150.00) is payable upon arrival at camp by cheque, money order or cash only (made out to “Wildwood Bible Camp”).

How do I register for camp?

Registration is easy!  Head on over to our registration page to find out more.

What amenities do you have?

There is running water and electricity, if that’s what you are wondering… 🙂  Washrooms are in a central, shared location.

Tell me about your staff. How do you screen your workers?

All of our staff are required to submit application forms (which you can find on our staff page, if you are curious).  This includes providing two references.  Police checks are required for all staff over the age of 16 (which is the youngest age that police departments will provide them for).

What meal options are available?

Due to our remote location we have limited ability to cater to specific dietary needs.  If your child has an allergy, please let us know on your registration form and at check-in so that we can take appropriate precautions.

A joyful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.