Camp Odyssey Fall Programs

Camp Odyssey is here for the Fall! As a 2020 special, we will be running a pre-registered 4-week home school program, Tuesday mornings in Kimberley! How do you know the camp is right for your child? If you answer YES to the following 3 questions then we think your child has what it takes to become a Camp Odyssey in the Fall Kid!

1. Is your child between 7 and 12 years of age?
2. Are you looking for a meaningful experience with qualified environmental educators Ms Kim and Batty Patty?
3. Do you think your child will love being outside and engaged with the world around them?

Camp Odyssey in the Fall Details:

When: 2hr sessions, Tuesdays 10am – 12pm

Dates: 4 weeks, in Kimberley, Oct 13, 20, 27, and Nov 3

Where: Oct 13 and 20 at the Kimberley Nature Park, drop off and pick up at Higgins Street entrance
             Oct 27 and Nov 3 in Lois Creek, drop off and pick up Trail Street entrance

Who: Ages 7-12

Themes: Wetland Exploration, Thermal Energy/Shelters, Survival Skills, and All About Trees!

Cost: $130 for 4 sessions (no single days or drops in please). Full payment required at time of booking

Registration: Registration for Camp Odyssey is on a first come, first served basis with limited spaces available. To secure your child’s spot, registrations must be completed along with payment. Please download and complete one registration form per child. Please click on the PDF link below:

Camp Odyssey In The Fall 2020 REGISTRATION and WAIVER

Email completed registration form(s) to, and send payment by E-Transfer to


Camp will go rain or shine!

Please note: washroom facilities will NOT be available during camp, but there are plenty of bush bathrooms!

Children must come prepared with:
-Sturdy outside shoes or boots

-Weather appropriate clothing including jacket and pants appropriate for walking, running and sitting outdoors

-Snack that is easy to eat outside (all garbage must be carried out)Water and/or juice in a non-breakable container (refill stations will not be available)

Covid-19 Disclaimer:
Camp Odyssey will be adhering to the health and safety guidelines from the Province of British Columbia and WorkSafeBC, including:
Daily health checks for everyone at drop off (participants and staff). Participants and staff are to stay home if they have cold or flu symptoms, no exceptions
Maintaining physical distancing and avoiding contact activities (eg. Tag games)
Additional hand washing and sanitizing routines
Please note, this is subject to change accordingly.


1. How many kids do you need to run Camp Odyssey?

Answer: In order to cover costs and make this the best possible experience for your children, we need a minimum 10 registrations for each day the camp runs. If we are unable to secure the minimum necessary we will be contacting registrants and providing a full refund by 6 days before camp runs.

2. What happens if it rains?

Answer: We will play in the rain! Camp Odyssey will run rain or shine. In the case of inclement weather, a backup indoor space will be available, but it is our priority to be outdoors and appreciate all conditions. Please check the forecast and send your child with appropriate clothing and footwear. Extra socks and gloves/mitts are always a good idea, even in the summer.

3. Who will be leading my children? Can I trust them?

Answer: We are lucky to have two experienced Environmental Educators Kim Urbaniak (Ms Kim) and Patty Kolesnichenko (Batty Patty), leading camp activities, with 25 years combined experience. These educators have current Criminal Record Checks in good standing, valid First Aid Certifications, access to a cell phone and all necessary emergency numbers.

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Kimberley, BC V1A 1Y6
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Phone: 250-427-2535