A major portion of the activities at Ross Haven are centered around The Lake. We are blessed to be situated right on the north shore of Lac Ste. Anne; a beautiful lake with tons of wildlife and natural areas to see and enjoy.
If you’ve ever been to Ross Haven Bible Camp before, you are probably very familiar with the 33 foot pontoon boat Dreadnaught. The Dreadnaught is complete with a water slide, diving board, and water cannon. Since the water in the middle is often nicer than it is around the shore, campers load up onto the pontoon boat, and are driven out to a deeper spot in the lake where the water is cool, and the swimming is fine.
No swimming activity would be quite complete without the option of tubing behind the speedboat!
For those campers who’d rather not have to change out of wet clothes before lunch, there are ten 16 foot canoes, a kayak, and a 26 foot voyageur canoe which seats 12!
Back on dry land, kids spend hours zipping around the go-kart track.
Field sports would not be complete without the unique camp favourite of orange fantastoball!
And riflery for the teens…
Trampoline, jousting, playground…
And of course, campers are encouraged to expand their horizons in drama, outdoor survival, wide games, and grab bag activities.
Sometimes, if they ask very nicely, we even let them stop to rest. 😉