Facility at Trapping Lake

The physical plant is located at Trapping Lake, south of Prince George. Several buildings are on the site, these being a bunkhouse, schoolhouse, garage woodwork shop, sauna, chicken coop, and kitchen. In an attempt to emphasize individual responsibility, some of the facilities require input by the students for maintenance and comfort. Most buildings use wood heat, thereby requiring substantial wood gathering and cutting. The program is serviced by electricity and running water however there are no flush toilets or showers. Although not meant to be extravagant accommodations, the site is comfortable and affords the basic requirements in a wilderness setting. Camp is in a constant state of evolution, with new building and renovations occurring continually.

Sauna and Dock
Sauna and Dock

This is our Sauna, it's the main way we keep clean and bath in all four seasons.

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Wood Pile
Wood Pile

Cut and stack, our heating source at camp.

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Sweat Lodge on Trapping Lake
Sweat Lodge on Trapping Lake

There is a sweat located at camp that is available to youth. We also attend community sweats as available in Prince George.

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Sauna and Dock
Sauna and Dock

This is our Sauna, it's the main way we keep clean and bath in all four seasons.

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