…at Camp Oselia from July 10-16 (Sunday-Saturday)!
BRING your friends and let’s have the camp of a lifetime!
This Camp is designed to challenge and bond kids from 7 to 14 years. Daily team-building activities, prayers, physical challenges, and projects to help those around us will create a strong person and community. Enjoy activities such as:
– Beach time
– Fun games
– Crafts and a whole lot more!
As a part of our camp program, we always want to have fun learning about the faith. This year, we will explore our faith by “Journeying into the Mystical Woods” where we will meet all sorts of important people!
Parents who volunteer for the full week will receive a reduced price of $175 for their first child registered. Complete the registration form for more information.
Ukrainian Nationals who have fled from the war will have their fees covered with proof of the CUAET or other visa. There will be volunteers on site who speak Ukrainian and Russian and will assist in translation.
Where is Camp Oselia?
Escape the noise and congestion of the city with a visit to Camp Oselia. Enjoy the tranquility of nature, with the convenience of being about 20 minutes away from any needs you may have in town.
Camp Oselia is located on the shores of Lake Wabamun, 45 minutes west of Edmonton.
What are our facilities like?
Our camp has a picnic area, 2 baseball diamonds, a private beach, boat launch/pier, walking trails, an organic garden, archery range, and a playground suitable for all ages.
Our dorm accommodations include 96 bunk beds in a modern lodge-style dorm with lounge and fireplace. We have indoor bathrooms, showers, and laundry facilities.
Have any questions? We’re here to help!
Send us an email and we will get back to you as soon as possible!
Meet our camp leaders…
Victoria Kostyniuk is a devoted parishioner at St. Basil Ukrainian Catholic Parish in Edmonton. She completed her BA in Modern Languages and Cultural Studies and Christian Theology, and is currently pursuing her MA in Transnational and Comparative Literature in Ukrainian Folklore. Victoria has been working with various parish organizations and the Eparchy of Edmonton for several years. She has been working with Camp St. Basil for 7 years, and this is her second year working with Camp Oselia. In her spare time, Victoria loves to do Ukrainian dance, travel, cook new foods, spend time outside, and play with her cat.
Fr. Bo is a married Ukrainian Catholic priest, iconographer, camp director, and fan of most things nerdy. With his three bright university-aged children and brilliant beautiful wife, he knows his missions in life: to serve God, to support everyone as much as he can, and to tell awful dad jokes. If he is not in the schools, colleges, or at the Eparchial Children’s Camp, Fr. Bo is writing traditional icons and/or woodworking in his garage, or preparing to challenge a group of young adults in an adventure of a lifetime. Both traditional and progressive at the same time, Fr. Bo tries to keep the faith real, practical, and profound for all. …and he cheers for the Roughriders.