General Information

Information Package

Get ready for camp by reading the information package below



  • The campers wake up between 7:30 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. 

  • Campers may chose an Early Bird Swim before breakfast.

  • Breakfast is at 8:30.

  • Activities and morning program begin at 9:30 a.m. followed by a Free Swim before lunch

  • Lunch is at 12:30 followed by a short rest period. 

  • Continuation of activities at 2:00 p.m. with a break for snack time at 3:30. 

  • Afternoon Free swim is at  5:00

  • Dinner is at  6:00 followed by a cabin interest activity chosen by the group

  • All campers participate in the same Evening activity which begins at 8:00.

  • Campfire and snack is at 9:00. 

  • Bedtime is between 9:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. (depending on the different age groups)



Program staff receive First Aid/CPR certification and a week of onsite training before the campers arrive. The counsellors also participate in continuous training throughout the season.

The camper groups are formed taking into account their age and the ratios suggested by the Certified camps of Quebec association. There are two counsellors assigned to each cabin group of 7 children.  The management team reserves the right to pair different age groups if the registration number of certain programs is insufficient.

Counselors and specialists can count on the presence of a behaviour support worker to intervene with children presenting a behavioural or adaptation problem, to develop tools to motivate positive behaviour and to consult with guardian if needed. 


Camper safety is at the heart of Camp Weredale’s values. 


All facilities and all equipment are regularly inspected by professionals as well as by local authorities. In addition to having the proper training, all of our employees have first aid certification and valid certification of their competencies.  

Counsellors and specialists have the skills to appropriately intervene. An overnight supervisor is on duty from 23:00 to 6:00 to ensure the safety of all 24/7. For safety reasons, all of our campers, whether they know how to swim or not, must complete a swimming test during the first swimming activity of their stay. The test is supervised by qualified lifeguards who will evaluate each camper's level and, if necessary, provide them with a personal flotation device (PFD) for all aquatic activities. 

Environment Health and Nutrition

Water testing is done bi-weekly throughout the summer and in accordance with government norms and standards in order to ensure the quality of both drinking and lake water.  An experienced maintenance team ensures the cleanliness and repair of our facilities.


There is a First Aid attendant on site at all times who also ensures the administration of prescribed medications.  


Healthy and balanced menus are approved by a registered dietician and are planned on a 12 day rotation. On request, vegetarian and vegan menus are available.  Food is prepared ensuring that individual camper food allergies are closely tracked and monitored by our chef and her team.