Your bike should be working and in great shape to hit the trails for hours. We will help with minor adjustments, but be ready to fix anything as needed during the week. We’ll be careful, but bikes need maintenance. 🙂
We want you to have a RAD summer in 2022! Here’s what you can do to prepare:
Where to Meet:
Camp begins at Henners Pond in Lacombe. You will find us by the Big Rocks – that’s right, look for a circle of very large rocks. Something that looks like Stonehenge. We will be there just before 8 am (for morning camps) and just before 1pm (for afternoon camps).
What to Bring:
Bring a small backpack with:
+ WATER BOTTLE (full)
+ SUN SCREEN
+ Extra snack if your child usually needs extra
+ Personal medication if needed during activity
Wear clothing that can get muddy. We recommend shorts and t-shirt/jacket.
We suggest that you consider biking shorts for comfort. Also, we recommend a rain jacket for rainy days.
When to Arrive / Pick-up
Arrival is 8 am for morning camps and 1 pm for afternoon camps.
On the first day of camp, Parents/Guardians – please meet the staff to make sure all paperwork is complete. As well, we’d just like to say hi!
Supervision begins when camp begins and ends 10 minutes after the camp ends. Please be prompt to pick-up after camp is over as the staff will need time to eat lunch or may have another camp to start.
RAINY DAYS: We understand that sometimes it rains to water the flowers. If it’s raining when we begin camp at 8 am or 1 pm, we will need to cancel. We’ll let you know by emailing you. If it just looks like rain, we’ll continue with camps – we even have tents to gather under if needed. If it starts to rain during camp, we’ll call you for an early pick-up.
Also, to help you out, if needed, you can store your bike with the camp staff for the week, no problem.
“While I don’t have personal experience with the bike camp, I will say anything the owners do, they do well. Both have years of experience working and directing at summer camps. I highly recommend this camp. It looks like a blast!”
– Mark, Google Review