AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE CAMP BOARD:
Hello Braeburn Camp family and friends. As you have probably anticipated, we have been advised that we need to cancel the camping season this year. We're very sad about this decision and yet it is the responsible and faithful thing to do.
We pray that all of you are staying safe and healthy in these challenging times. Now is the time to shine with the light of God in the way we have learned to do at camp. Stay safe, look out for one another, and trust God. God bless you all, and we trust that we'll all be together at camp again another season.
We'll be in touch soon with those of you who have already registered, or who have applied for positions at camp this summer.
Welcome to camp!
Braeburn Lake Christian Camp Association has been serving the Yukon community since the 1960's. We provide a great camp experience for Yukon youth on the shores of beautiful Braeburn Lake.
We acknowledge that Braeburn Lake Camp is within the Traditional Territories of the Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation, Kwanlin Dün First Nation, Ta’an Kwäch’ än Council, and Champagne& Aishihik First Nations.
Questions? Send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (867) 393-2755 (voicemail - we will return your call as soon as possible)
Our programming offers a variety of sport, craft and drama activities including:
- Drama & skits
- Campfire and music
- FUN !!!
Braeburn Camp provides inter-denominational Christian education time developed locally, focusing on friendship and respect for each other and the world around us. Our staff and volunteers are dedicated to the safety of all campers.
Braeburn Camp is owned and operated by the Braeburn Lake Christian Camp Association. Member churches: Trinity Lutheran Church, Anglican Diocese, Roman Catholic Diocese, Whitehorse United Church.
Donations are gratefully accepted! Braeburn Camp is a registered charity and issues tax receipts.
Our mission is to provide a ministry to youth grounded in our faith. Through experiences in the natural outdoor environment of the camp setting, we hope to nurture enjoyment and appreciation of nature, a sense of joy in community, and a sense of self-worth and respect for one another in all of God's creation.