Dauphin Bible camp is proud to announce our first ever Paint Night Fundraiser. 

Happening right here at Dauphin Bible Camp and only $35 per session. 

We have two session times available, 3pm or 7pm with all materials and refreshments provided. Simply show up with your friends and enjoy and afternoon or evening of painting and laughter. 

Register by calling Marlene at 204-447-2574 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
*Register early as there is limited space


You can also download the Paint Night Poster here - DBC Paint Night Poster

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Due to not having our full time director in place quite yet the board has decided to cancel our fall teen retreat. We do hope to continue this tradition next year, but for this fall it will not be happening. If you have any question please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or message us on Facebook. 

If you have already sent in a registration, no worries you will be fully refunded. 

Thanks for all your support and enjoy the fall season. 

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Come and join us at our 2017 Camp Open House with activities and free horse rides starting at 2pm, 4pm program with a free supper to follow. Donations are collected during the program for those wanting to donate towards the upcoming summer.

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We are excited to introduce you to our interim director for the summer! Her name is Jessica McQuarrie, and she comes from near Fredericton, NB. Jessica can't wait to come serve at Dauphin this summer and lead our staff team to one of our best summers yet! She has grown up the daughter of a camp director, and has always spent her summers at camp. Make sure you stop in and say hi to Jessica this summer (or better yet, come and be a camper/serve for a week and meet her then)- she would love to meet you! 

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If you are a parent who never went to camp yourself it might take a while to realize that summer camp is more than babysitting. Camps provide a safe, healthy, positive, supervised environment where children will grow and experience a true community of their peers.

So, if your children are facing another aimless summer, but you aren’t sure what summer camp is all about, here are 10 reasons why your kids need camp.

1. Summer Camps are safe and held to strict guidelines for campers. We select staff that have the well being of their campers as their highest priorities. For some family environments, it might be a safer choice than a mismatch of summer childcare.

2. Summer Camps build quality relationships. Summer Camp is the only place where children can build quality relationships with their peers and cabin leaders. Where else can an eight year old boy receive such attention and friendship from an 18 year old? School is so segregated that children do not build bonds with older children. Friendships are also so much deeper as they are living with their peers for six days, 24 hours a day

3. Summer Camps are a place of acceptance. Riley was a young man with a speech disorder. Although he had a hard time being in public or fitting into school he decided to attend summer camp. The time that he spent at summer camp was all he needed. His confidence soared. Every child, not just special needs children, have the opportunity to reinvent themselves at camp. It is a place where past labels are dropped and new beginnings can take place.

4. Summer Camps allow campers to grow as a community, apart from the pressure of parents or teachers. They can decide what clothes to wear, what activities to sign up for, what to get at the snack shack, etc. It is a rare opportunity for children to make their own decisions, and they have to live with those choices. Sometimes poor choices are made and that is part of learning. The staff members provide a safety net, providing a watchful eye ensuring that your daughter does not live on a diet of snack food and that your son changes his clothes.

5. Summer Camps provides a break from the stresses of family life. For parents it might be a time for a vacation or much needed time for themselves to refresh. Children can get off the couch or computer, leave behind their neighborhood, and experience the outdoors in a whole new way.

6. Summer Camps are a place of moral learning. We at Dauphin Bible Camp are a non-denominational Christian camp and as such adhere to moral standards in speech, attitude, and actions. Campers and staff alike must respect and help each other.

7. Summer Camps bring out every child’s strengths so that they can succeed and belong, gain self confidence, be a part of a team, feel safe and accepted. We also have camps that are designed for a specific childs strengths including horse camp, media camp, special needs camp, and golf camp.

8. Summer Camps help It is said that as soon as a child is born you begin the process of letting go. Parents need to allow their children to develop and grow into the independent adults that they are destined to become. Often camp separation is harder on the parents than it is on the camper. This allows for the growth of campers and parents alike so that future separations, like college, are easier.

9. Summer Camps provide unique activities that no parent or school can provide. We provide horsemanship, archery, riflery, card making, BMX biking, sports, drama, journalism, nature lore, swimming, golf, campfires, team builders, and more in one week.

10. Summer Camp means community living. For children who don’t have siblings, who have never had to share a room or speak up and be assertive to get their needs met, it is a wonderful lesson in patience, tolerance and interpersonal skills. Camp lets kids put into practice the life skills that their parents try to teach them all winter.

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Contact Us

Ph:(204) 638-5568

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Fax:(877) 292-5126

Location: SE35-23-19W

PO Box 686,

Dauphin, MB, R7N 3B3, CAN


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