Thank you for choosing Tapawingo Trails Camp for your daughter’s summer camp experience.
Your child will experience a fun-filled week of sports, drama, water activities, archery, and crafts.
They will build life-long friendships, try new things, learn new skills, gain self-confidence and make memories that will last a lifetime.
Your Questions Answered...
What age groups does Tapawingo Trails Camp serve?
Camper Program: girls ages 9 to 12-yrs old
(campers must be 9-yrs old before June 1 of that year)
Leader-in-Training (LIT) Program: girls ages 13 to 14-yrs old
(LITs must be 13-yrs old by June 1 of that year)
What can I expect when we arrive to Tapawingo Trails Camp?
Families are invited to attend Mass at 12:00 PM at Rehoboth Camp on the first day of camp, followed by a bring-your-own family picnic lunch.
Week 1: Sunday, Aug 6th
Week 2: Sunday, Aug 13th
Check-in begins at 2:00 PM on Sunday. After check-in, your daughter will be assigned to a cabin:
- campers (9-12 yrs) are divided into 4 cabins with 10 campers each
- leaders-in-Training (LITs - 13 & 14 yrs) are divided into 2 LIT cabins with 8 campers each. Each cabin will be supervised by a Counsellor and a Counsellor-in-Training.
Camp officially begins at 3PM.
When does Tapawingo Trails Camp end?
Cabin clean-up and departure is between 9:00 – 10:30 AM on the last day of camp - the Saturday after your daughter's camp begins. Families are invited to attend Mass at 8:00 AM on the last day of camp before pick-up.
Can Tapawingo Trails Camp accommodate special diets?
In cooperation with the parents, campers with special diets will be assessed and accommodated on an individual basis.
Can my daughter request a cabinmate?
If your daughter is new to camp (or easily suffers from homesickness) and would like to share a cabin with a particular girl, please indicate this on the camper information form. The Camp Directors will do their best to accommodate requests but do not guarantee this will be possible.