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NMC 2018 Accommodations

What are the accommodations like?

Offsite Hotel Information

Please note, the lodge is now full.

  • Whole Dormitory Room (If your family or group is large enough)
  • Shared  Dormitory Rooms (Shared with (a) family(ies) of your choice)
  • Wolfe Creek Lodge (Shared with your family or roommate of your choice)
  • Wolfe Creek Lodge (Single, that is, one person in a room)
  • The RV Park and Tenting (You bring your own tent or RV)
    • As of April 18th
      • RV spots with hook-ups are now full.
      • We still have room for 10 more RV’s/trailers without power hookups.
      • We have space for 25 tents.

Because RockRidge is built for teen camps, most accommodations are dormitory style with 6 or 7 bunk beds in each room. (12 or 14 beds). Each room also has a large washroom with 3 sinks, 3 showers and 2 toilets. There are only 24 dorm rooms at RockRidge.

Our preferred option, to allow as many to attend camp as possible, is in SHARED dormitory rooms which also offers you a lower price!

Families can CHOOSE another family or families that they would like to stay with. This can be done by sharing one dormitory or, for larger groups, spread into two rooms by creating a mother/daughter cabin and a father/son cabin.

Very little time will be spent in your rooms, but sharing with neighbourhood friends makes for a fun week.

There are a limited number of rooms available in Wolfe Creek Lodge that can accommodate a maximum of 4-6 people (1 King and either 1 or 2 bunks with a private washroom).  All other Wolfe Creek Lodge rooms are really designed for two people, so having a third on the floor will make things tighter.

Please note:  On the registration form when it asks about single or shared lodge accomodations, single means one person staying in a room all by themselves.  Shared means you have family or roommates sharing the room.  The cost is calculated based on this choice.

In addition, there are 9 RV pads with full hook-up (water, power and sewer) and 30 sites set aside for tents and tent trailers. No hook-ups to power and water are available for the tent sites but there is nearby access to the poolside showers and washrooms.

Are linens and towels provided?

Yes. Bed linens (sheets, pillow and a blanket) and bath towels are provided in all dormitory and lodge rooms. Pool towels are available at the pool.

Do you provide playpens / sleeping cots or high chairs / booster seats for young children?

Families need to bring their own playpens as none are provided. There are a limited number of high chairs in the dining room but no booster seats. To be on the safe side, we suggest you bring your own.

What additional items should we bring?

While camp has a decent array of life jackets, as so many activities take place on the water, many may find themselves more comfortable in their own life jackets. Families need to bring life jackets for their children, as camp does not have very many.

Parents of younger ones may also appreciate having a sun umbrella handy at the beach. Fans in the dorms (which are not air conditioned) can make sleeping more comfortable on hot nights.

Are there provisions for early arrival or late departure?

No. The camp is fully booked before and after YFC National Ministry Conference.

Can you accommodate wheelchairs?

Yes. There is wheelchair access to rooms and bathrooms in some dormitories and there is an elevator in the main dining area. Please note, however, that the roads and paths throughout the camp are gravel and the terrain is quite rugged. When you register, please let us know if you need to be housed in a wheelchair accessible room.

What happens if a family member is sick or injured?

There will be a nurse on site at all times and available for emergencies. RockRidge Canyon is stocked with first aid and medical supplies. If needed, the Princeton General Hospital is just a 20-minute drive away.