As our 2018 Summer Season winds down, it’s sad to close up our trailers and say goodbye…but until then, enjoy the last remaining days of camping at Shady Pines!

Thanksgiving Weekend 2018

HAPPY THANKSGIVING, EVERYONE! Regular activities End of summer lot clean up Thanksgiving Monday is our last day of the camping season!   

A SNEAK PEAK AT SOME ACTIVITIES BEING PLANNED FOR NEXT YEAR:

Themed Weekends: May 18 – Mother’s Day Breakfast NEW!  – June 1-2  Easter ‘Egg-straordinary’ Weekend  –  Easter Egg hunt, Chocolate making, and more family fun! June 15- Father’s Day Breakfast June 29-30 & July 1 – Celebrate CANADA DAY! July 27-28  – Christmas in July August 24-25 – Halloween NEW!  Western Weekend – Dust off your cowboy hats and shine up your boots!  Date to be determined.    Traditional favourites: 
Euchre Bingo Horseshoes Bocci Ball Fishing Derby Chili Cookoff Lot Mini Putt Challenge Special Meals Family Corn & Hotdog Roast Build A Basket Golf Cart Rodeo & Poker Run DJ Dances
The above activities (and more) have been organized and run thanks to the army of dedicated camper volunteers. Thank you to each and every one of you for all your efforts! 

We love our volunteers!

Together, we can make good things happen! 

We want to hear from you….

We need volunteers to help with various activities and events at Shady Pines.  What do you have an interest in, or skill that you are willing to share? What can you help with? What good are having activities and events without participation? Let’s face it, without your participation and support, activities are not going to continue. What activities/events do you or your family currently participate in? Why or why not? What more would you like to see planned? Please fill out the Seasonal Camper’s Survey. Copies of the survey were handed out at the End of Season Dinner, are available at the office or download here: SEASONAL CAMPERS SURVEY 1. Please drop completed surveys at the office or email to Joyce Schlegel: Eventplanner@shadypinescampgrounds.com  /  C: 226-926-3332  

“There are three kinds of people: Those who make things happen, those who watch things happen, and those who say, ‘what happened?'” ~ Casey Stengel