Camp Brookwood

An Anglican Church of Canada Youth Camp

Summer 2021
Camping Season
Suspended Due To
COVID-19 Concerns

June 2021:  It is with a heavy heart that we must announce the closure of Camp Brookwood for the 2021 season.  This has been a very difficult decision to make. With all the required protocols that must be adhered to, the inability to allow for social distancing at the camp, and most importantly health & safety of both the staff and children the board has determine the camp should stayed closed.

The board feels that it is our duty to make a timely decision in the best interest of all those who would be involved in the operations this year. In addition, to allow families time to make alternate plans for their children this summer.

Watch our facebook page for daily posting starting July 2. Camp Brookwood will be coming to you virtually this summer with fun activities, songs and craft ideas for the children along with their families to enjoy.

Building Disciples While Having Fun

Summer camping programs include swimming in the pool, archery, recreation, hiking, handicrafts, Christian Education, worship, games, special events and campfires.

The camp operates 6 weeks of co-ed camps with multiple age groups. Beginning on Sunday at 6:00 PM ending Friday at 5:00 PM.

Campers live in cabins that hold seven people plus a responsible counselor. There is a maximum of 26 campers per week.  Split 13 girls/13 boys.

Absolutely no smoking on camp property. 

There is a Chaplain for each week, who oversees spiritual instruction, arrangements for worship and attends to the spiritual life of the Camp.


Visitor Information

Again this year we ask that you contact the director 24 hours prior to a visit to the Camp.

The director can be reach at 506-392-6401.

Also, we ask that you visit between the hours of 6:00 PM and 9:00 PM as not to interrupt the daily sessions.

There will be no over night visitors.  You will be required to report to the director upon arriving and  a visitor tag will be issue to you.

This policy is in place for the protection of the children.