The Kin Camp is prime lake front property given to Kinsmen Clubs of Northwest British Columbia in 1948 with the implied promise that they provide a place for children at the camp in perpetuity. Since that time thousands of volunteer hours and community dollars have supported five rebuilds, including an $800,000 project completed in 1995.
Currently, the Terrace Kinsmen has a multi-year lease with the Provincial Government to run the camp as a children’s summer camp facility. The facility is made up of modified ATCO trailers, with an older building that is being used for storage awaiting restoration. The facility has a 150-person capacity in the dorms, with camping and R/V facilities outside. The main section has a full kitchen and hall.
Separate from its function as a lakefront facility, this is an important ongoing project for the unity of the clubs of the northwest. As a focal point for our efforts, it provides personal development and cross-community fellowship for our membership.
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Kin Kamp Calendar / Reservations Info
Kin Kamp Billing Policy (Updated September 10, 2007)
Map - Where is the Kamp? (pdf)
Kin Kamp Photos
Camp Site Plan