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Camp Facilities

Chapel, dining hall, indoor showers and washrooms, camper and worker cabins, and RV hookups.

Park facilities include a pool, lake and beach areas, bike and hiking trails, mini-golf, golf course, zip line, climbing wall, observatory, and horseback riding stables.

Activities Offered

Some of the activities offered by Pinecrest include: archery, pelletry, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boats, horseback riding, softball, golfing, volleyball, basketball, hiking, golfing, mountain biking, mini-golf, crafts, camp skills, trampoline, Bible studies, Chapel, campfires and much more. All activities and a canteen allowance are included in the camper’s registration fee.

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About Us

Pinecrest Baptist Bible Camp is nestled in the Saskatchewan side of the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park  30 minutes south of Maple Creek, SK. Located in the Centre Block of the park, Pinecrest offers the chance to get away from the bustle of life to experience God and meet new friends in this forest oasis on the prairies.

Pinecrest offers campers a chance to have an intimate few days with God, nature, other campers and staff members of all ages away from their daily lives. 

We strive towards building a knowledge of Christ and a spirit of discipleship in all that we do.  Camp is not just about a week in the summer, but equipping our campers and staff for their everyday Christian walk.  Helping campers remember Christ in their every day routine is one of our main goals.

 

 

 


 

Cypress Hills Provincial Park

The Cypress Hills Interprovincial park is found in multiple sections spread between Alberta and Saskatchewan.  The Resort area where Pinecrest is found is known as the Centre Block, and is south of Maple Creek, SK, on the #21 Highway.  We encourage you to experience what the park offers either before or after your stay.  There are plenty of things to do for the whole family and a number of places to eat within the park.

Check out these other interesting sites:

Cypress Hills and Cypress Hills Provincial Park

 


 

What We Believe

Pinecrest Camp is a member of the Alberta Baptist Association and the North American Baptist Conference and adheres to the NAB Statement of Beliefs.  It strives to keep current governance and child safety policies and is a registered charity in both Alberta and Saskatchewan.

 


 

History of Pinecrest Bible Camp

Pinecrest Baptist Bible camp came into existence in the Early 1950’s on its present site.  Over the years many upgrades have been undertaken to make the camp what it is today.  It is the product of the Alberta Baptist Association, and has been supported by more than 12 churches in the past.  Currently, four churches are the key supporters of the Camp. 

 


 

Contributing Churches

(403) 526-6479
606 7th Street SW
Medicine Hat, Alberta
T1A 4K8
 
(403) 838-3786
Box 40
Hilda, Alberta
T0J 1R0
 
Golden Prairie Baptist Church
(306) 662-3802
Box 75
Golden Prairie, Saskatchewan
S0N 0Y0
 
Lakewood Community Church
(403) 362-4060
804 Cassils Road East
Brooks, Alberta
T1R 0L2