The Epic Camp Experience
Our camp goals are to foster responsible stewards of our planet through the enjoyment of the outdoors. Kayaking, Canoeing, Hiking, Mountain Biking, Camping, White water rafting, Zip-Lining are just some of our tools , which, when combined with enthusiastic counsellors leads to an amazing and positive impact on kids and teens attending Epic Camps.
So many lifetime friendships begin on our trips. Many say the friendships are the greatest gift of the EPIC CAMPS experience, and we look forward to creating many more of these friendships
Mountain Biking + SUP Paddle Boarding + Ziplining + Kayaking + Hiking & Backpacking + White Water Rafting + Swimming in Lakes + Canoeing + Bonfires + Excursions + Overnight Camping
The EPIC CAMPS Whistler residence is located at the Whistler Olympic Athlete Centre, a safe, clean and centrally located basecamp for all our camp adventures.
• Campers sleep in double occupancy bedrooms.
• There is an optional upgrade for single rooms at a cost of $95 USD per night **based on availability.
• Girls sleep separately from boys (No co-ed rooms) Boys with boys and girls with girls only.
• Camp staff patrols the residence 24/7 to supervise and assist campers.
• A camp nurse is available 24/7 to take care of all health related matters.
We welcome campers from many different countries with their different palates. Our menu is created by our in-house nutritionist who works with the kitchen staff to make healthy and delicious meals for the kids and staff. All food is locally and freshly purchased with the goal of providing the energy children need for highly active days.
Electronic Device Policy
This is such a special opportunity for kids to truly connect with nature, the outdoors and interact with others. Therefore computers, tablets and video games are not allowed at camp. However electronic readers, music players and photo cameras will be allowed at certain times of the day. Cell phones are allowed to call home.
Electronic devices will be stored in the camp’s office for safety. Campers will have access to their electronics upon authorization of the staff.
Juniors: ages 9 to 11
Teens: ages 12 to 14
CIT’s: ages 15 to 19
Groups are co-ed, meaning they are mixed boys and girls.
Sample Daily Schedule
Sunday to Friday Schedule
7:30am Wake up and get ready for the day!
8:00am Healthy breakfast made by our chef.
9:00am Mountain biking, hiking, kayaking, canoeing, zip-lining, white water rafting.
12:30pm Lunch break.
13:30pm Continuation of outdoor activities.
17:00pm Transportation back to athlete centre and relax time.
19:00pm Evening games and activities.
21:30pm Lights out.
Thursday to Friday overnight TENT camping.
Saturdays check in/out, clean up room. Those staying 2 weeks do their laundry, relax, go mountain biking and activities at the Whistler Athlete Centre.