The camp has been running for over 30 years and each year it gets a
little bit better! The original camp, under Camp Directors Helen and
Mervin Rogelstad, featured classes in Woodcarving, Rosemaling, and
Hardangersøm. A children's program offered activities for children 12
and under, as well as activities for the entire camp including; Camp
Olympics, a Horseshoe tournament, car rally, BBQ Dinner and pancake
breakfast. Today the camp offers so much more!
The application form, available online, lists the current class
offerings for adults. The program for children and youth has really
expanded to include classes for children ages 4 to 16 years featuring a
variety of Norwegian Cultural classes including Norwegian Language.
Classes are offered Thursday, Friday, and Saturday during the camp. Many
other fun activities are planned from Wednesday evening until Sunday
morning including a BBQ supper and pancake breakfast (all part of the
Sleipner Lodge #8 has been our host for over 30 years on their beautiful
property located approximately 15 minute drive north east of Mission.
The address is 11901 Seux Road, Mission, BC (just off Sylvester Road).
The property has excellent camping facilities for tents, motor homes and
trailers. There is a large playing field, clubhouse, gazebo, swimming
pool, washrooms, trails and a creek running beside the pool. There are
also many private cabins owned by Sleipner Lodge members.
A form can be downloaded
here and mailed to the registrar of the camp. Classes are filled on
first come first serve basis, but we make every effort to accommodate
all children aged 4 to 16 years. Both members and non-members are
welcome to register for the camp, but non-members will pay a slightly
higher fee. Each child registered for the children's programs must have
an adult family member registered (does not need to be a parent).
Heritage members also get a discount and there is a further discount for
early registrations. Camp t-shirts must be pre-ordered to ensure that
there are enough t-shirts available. They will be included in your
pre-paid package, which you can pick up at the camp.
Anyone camping must make arrangements with and payment to the
caretakers. This cost is not included in the camp fee.
For more information, contact: Tania Jacobsen at