In the past, we have coordinated awesome trips to special events like Cirque du Soleil, Harlem Globetrotters, Monster Trucks and Disney on Ice. Day trips included a Saturday to PlayLand as well as Cultus Lake Waterpark and a trip to UBC to cheer on our friends at the Special Olympics Canadian Summer Games 2014. We’ve also had overnight trips at the Vancouver Aquarium and have gone to Victoria, Cultus Lake, and the Sylvia Hotel downtown Vancouver to watch the Fireworks. Stay tuned for more awesome events in the future!

Loon Lake (12 and up)
We are going to be treated to top-notch facilities, nutritious and delicious meals, both a high and low ropes course, rock climbing, canoeing, trails, forest studies, outdoor living skills, an indoor gymnasium, amphitheater and much more! Rec and Leisure trips always offer a fantastic time where travelers get to hang out with their peers, make friends, learn new things and have unique opportunities all while having a BLAST! Click here to check out their website.

Whistler (19 and up)
Every year in early November, Rec and Leisure adults head up to Whistler for a weekend getaway of shopping, dining out, swimming, hot-tubbing, partying and dancing! This is an adult oriented 19+ trip and government issued ID is mandatory. Be sure not to miss out on this trip – it is definitely a Rec & Leisure favorite!  Click here to see the photos on Facebook.

International Trips
Every two years or so we offer an amazing international trip. Past international trips have included Mexico, Disney Land in California and Hawaii! Stay tuned for our next amazing international trip in the future…

The ratio for all School Break Camps is 3:1 and for all Adapted Camps it’s 5:1.

This ratio is strictly enforced. We do not offer one-to-one support. However, families have the option of sending their own personal support worker. Prior to registration, this person must submit a current Criminal Records Check, be over the age of 16, be experienced at providing one to one support to individuals with developmental disabilities as well as meet with the Rec and Leisure Program Manager and staff.