Visit our registration guide for step by step instructions on how to register for camp.

Coming North on the Malahat (Hwy 1) from Victoria:

Look for the Malahat Mountain Inn, Malahat Gas Station, Malahat Bungalows area. In about 1 km you will see an amber flashing light on the highway and signs for South Shawnigan Lake. Take this exit and travel approximately 7 kms to where the road divides straight and a sharp left turn. There will be signs for the Provincial Park and Camp Pringle pointing left. Take this left turn onto West Shawnigan Lake Road and proceed another 7 kms where you should notice signs for the Provincial Park. We are the very next driveway after the park and we have large signs indicating Camp Pringle and the George Pringle Memorial Camp.

Coming South on the Trans Canada Hwy (#1) from Duncan:

Look for the big strip mall with a Country Grocer seemingly in the middle of nowhere (near Cobble Hill). Take the right hand exit at this major set of lights onto the Cobble Hill/Shawnigan Lake Road. Take this road to the end where it intersects Renfrew Road near Mason’s Beach (store on the right, beach straight ahead). Turn right onto Renfrew Road and proceed for about 4.5 kms just past the West Arm Grill. Look for the sharp left switchback road which is West Shawnigan Lake Road, there are signs for the Provincial Park and Camp Pringle just before this intersection. Turn left onto W. Shawnigan Lake Road and proceed for about 3 kms. When you see the Fire Hall on the right side of the road you are close to camp. Look for the big circular sign for Camp Pringle just before our driveway. Turn left into the camp driveway. If you see the Provincial Park you have gone a little too far.
NOTE: On many maps there will be a road shown as Armstrong Road, this road does not exist, but is basically where our driveway is located.

Overnight Camp Packing Checklist:

  • Sleeping Bag & Pillow
  • Pajamas/Sleepwear
  • Shorts (long enough for Rock Climbing Harnesses)
  • Long Pants (required for Low Ropes Course)
  • Swimsuits (secure suits for boating & tubing)
  • Hat (secure & fully covers the head)
  • Closed Toe Running Shoes
  • Beach Shoes (flip flops or water shoes)
  • Tees & Tanks (secure and cover the stomach)
  • Underwear & Socks
  • Two Towels
  • Sunscreen
  • Bug Repellent
  • Flashlight
  • Toiletries
  • Rain Gear
  • Warm Clothes

Day Camp Packing Checklist:

  • Backpack/Day Bag
  • Morning Snack (nut free)
  • Beach Towel
  • Swimsuit (secure for boating & tubing)
  • Hat (secure and fully covers the head)
  • Closed Toe Running Shoes
  • Beach Shoes (flip flops or water shoes)
  • Sunscreen
  • Bug Repellent
  • Rain Gear
  • Shorts (long enough for Rock Climbing Harnesses)
  • Long Pants (required for Low Ropes Course)
  • Tees & Tanks (secure and cover the stomach)

Camp Pringle will provide all campers with a water bottle to use at camp.

IMPORTANT: In the woods and at the waterfront, or almost anytime on a hot day, campers must wear a hat. They will also need sunscreen and bug repellent. Please make extra sure to pack these things.

Please leave the following items at home:

  • Electronics
  • Weapons (including pocketknives)
  • Tobacco Products
  • Vaping Products
  • Alcohol
  • Lighters or Matches
  • Perfumes or Scented Sprays
  • Gum, Candy, Snacks (we provide daily snacks through our Tuck shop)
  • Money (Tuck shop snacks are included in the registration fees)

For all camps: Refunds will be given only upon receipt of written cancellation received at Camp Pringletwo weeks prior to the start of camp.

Cancellations by email to and carbon copied to is also acceptable.

In all cases, the 50% deposit is non-refundable. Thanks for your understanding.

Co-ed and Leadership camps:
Sunday Evening Check-in: Begins at 7:00pm. [Sorry, no early arrivals can be accommodated. Please note the gate at the driveway will be closed until we are ready for campers on site Sunday Nite.]
Friday Afternoon Check-out: Between 2:30-3:00 pm (Parents are invited to the 2:00pm closing ceremonies.)

Day Camp: Begins at 8:30am and ends at 5pm Monday to Friday (pickup by 3:30pm Fri).

Family Camp: Family Camp begins at 7:00pm ends at 2:00pm.

C.I.T: Sundays from 5:30pm to Fridays at 4:30pm

During the on-line registration process Campers will be required to read and sign the following two documents:
Camp Pringle Rules
Camper Code of Conduct

Camp Pringle strives to create an environment that is safe, respectful and inclusive for campers of all ages and backgrounds. We recognize that decisions about clothing reflect an individual’s expression of identity, Faith, socio-cultural norms and are intensely personal.

Camp Pringle encourages campers to dress for outdoor adventuring. Camp participants may wear the clothing of their choice under the conditions that the clothing choices:
  1. Conform with the established health and safety requirements for the intended activities, which may include rock climbing, ropes course, hiking, tubing, boating and wide games.
  2. Do not reveal undergarments or lack thereof.
  3. Do not bear depictions of alcohol, drugs, sex, violence, bullying, discrimination or offensive language.
Please review the packing list to ensure your camper has appropriate attire for our programs.
The Camp Director will have the final say on camper dress code.
Inclusion is held in the highest regard by the United Church and Camp Pringle. Please request our camp policy on inclusion for campers of all abilities. Please be aware that campers with specific needs may require special preparation and consideration in order for them to enjoy the best possible camping experience. Camp Pringle is not able to offer one to one camper support but we will help you source a support worker for your child. There is no charge for a personal support worker to join your child at camp. Contact the camp office so we can plan effectively. Please contact our office for the complete inclusion policy!

Mission: We provide opportunities for people of all ages, abilities and identities to experience God’s love in a close relationship with other people and the natural environment.

We Teach the Three R‘s: Respect the environment; Respect others; Respect yourself.

Our Commitments:
  • Safety, Health and Care of Campers: We take the utmost care to provide a safe, welcoming camp experience.
  • Campers Want to Have FUN! We put lots of energy into developing new and creative camp activities.
  • Community: Campers and leaders live and work together in a cooperative, caring and accepting environment.
  • Self-Esteem and Positive Self-Development: Campers are treated as unique, important and capable individuals.
  • Leadership and Learning: We offer activities and experiences that provide challenge and adventure, all within a supportive environment.
  • Spiritual Development: There is time for reflection, expression and celebration of our diverse friendships and experiences at Camp.
  • Appreciation of the Natural Environment: Outdoor exploration encourages understanding and respect for our natural world.
  • We practice the United Church value of radical welcome and invite people of all ages, abilities and identities to Camp Pringle. We respect the beliefs and history of all participants, and share the stories, music and community of our own Christian tradition.
    Our summer faith leaders facilitate Faith Exploration sessions with campers to explore the weekly camp theme in discussions and activities. We greet and close the day with songs, activities and reflections on the significance of our camp community.

    We understand the need for parents to know how their child is doing at camp. We also recognize the need for children to learn independence and coping skills for being away from home and feel this is an essential part of the camp experience.
    As such we discourage calls to campers. We also don’t permit cell phones or smart phones as we want to encourage a non-electronic experience.
    If you have concerns about our electronics of phone call policy, please contact the camp office.

    All visitors must report to the camp office (up the large staircase in the biggest building just off the parking lot) on arrival.

    Camp Pringle sells a variety of souvenirs each summer. These items make great pre-camp, Christmas or birthday gifts. We purchase top quality name brands such as Hanes, Gildan and American Apparel. Items are available for sale at drop off and pick up for each camp.

    All prices include tax:

    • T-Shirts - $20
    • Hats - $10
    • Sweatshirts - $40
    • Sweatpants - $40

    Combo Deal! Buy two shirts for $30