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5-8 Years

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9-14 Years

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The Camp will be held in Gravelbourg, SK, a small town south-west of Regina, at College Mathieu High School. All of the following facilities are available to give the campers the best living conditions possible: residence, cafeteria, swimming pool, gym and large outdoor areas!

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Register your child today to have fun in French this summer with new friends from all four corners of the province.

Whether it’s your first-time camp or you come back to the Camp Voyageur, there are a few things you need to know before coming to be ready to enjoy our camp.

Bus Schedule (To be determined)

Rules and Guidelines (guidelines.pdf)

You can learn what we will provide to your kid during the camp and what we expect from him.

What to pack (packing.pdf)

You can review and print the packing list to prepare all of what you need.


The Camp Voyageur has marked the lives of many Fransaskois. The experiences and anecdotes they lived there are forever anchored in their memory. Click here to watch.

Since 1912, the Assemblée communautaire fransaskoise (ACF) speaks on behalf of Saskatchewan’s francophone community. Its role is to defend the aspirations and ensure the development of the Fransaskois community.

To give the opportunity for our youth who are learning French in Saskatchewan, the ACF organized the Camp Voyageur for over 30 years with partners such as the Ministry of Education of Saskatchewan, the Association Jeunesse Fransaskoise, the Conseil des écoles Fransaskoises. Our mission is to provide young Francophones the opportunity to live outdoor, explore artistic and cultural experiences and to experiment a francophone summer camp in the province. With a rich programming that evolves each year, the goal is for each participant to enjoy and discover the irchness of a Francophone adventure!

To apply for a staff position, click here.

Our Team

Our team for the Camp Voyageur is composed of a coordinator who works throughout the year to develop a program to respond to the needs of young Francophones according to their ages and desires. She is supported by a team of monitors trained in first aid and who have provided us their criminal record checks.

Camp Staff

Kymber ZaharCoordinatrice du Camp voyageur

Hello, my name is Moana and I am responsible for the camp for the second year in a row. I have a bachelor’s in education in french as well as a bachelor’s in arts, more specifically Francophonie and intercultural studies. I am currently a grade 6 teacher at école MGR de Laval in Regina. I love science, arts and travel. I am very excited to meet you all and for all the fun we will have. See you soon!


Hello! My name is Simba, I am a grade two French immersion teacher in Regina. I am born and raised in Regina and attended French Immersion from kindergarten to grade 12. I really enjoy science, math an art. My biggest summer hobby is gardening, I have a few pets at home, there are two dogs named Otto and Gizmo, many fish and a parrot names Dino. I am excited to animate activity this summer for the Camp du Voyageur.


Hello! My name is Pumba and I am a French Immersion teacher in Prince Albert. I love music, moving and dancing! I am passionate about sports, especially hockey, and I am always finding new ways to keep moving and stay in shape. I absolutely love traveling and discovering new cultures. My last trip was to Ethiopia last summer and it was so much fun! I also like to build new things and find ways to solve interesting problems. My favorite part about summer is going outside and visiting new places. I am so excited to meet you all at camp this summer! It is going to be so much fun!


Hi! My name is Raiponce (Rapunzel) and this is my first year working at Camp Voyageur. I am an active and enthusiastic person who loves kids. I spent the last year teaching young children with Disney where I made use of games and activities to help with learning. I enjoyed my experience so much that I decided to return to university to get a degree in education. I am very excited to live this camp adventure virtually and in person with you. I hope to see you there!


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The groups will each have an online platform where the children can access the documents for all activities, share videos and photos as well as make comments. Zoom will be used for video calls. There is the possibility of live streaming the in person activities for those who choose the virtual only option. Each week the campers who have selected the combinaison or in person only option will be able to participate in a half day of in person activities per city according to the interest. These activities will all be planned and executed according to the measures in place by the government in order to ensure the safety and health of all campers.

For each week the activities and material will all be prepared ahead of time. The registered children who selected the virtual only or full package will receive a box with all necessary material before the camp (1 box per family). Inside the box there will also be binder with all the necessary information for the camp. This includes the schedule (virtual and in person) as well as how to access all the activities, directions and documents for all activities etc.. The box and binder are made to ensure the child can follow all activities whether or not they are online at the time. The boxes will be prepared by ACF staff and delivered to each city or village for delivery.


This year, we will post in this section news of campers written by campers!!! Twice a day, a group of kids will go in the office to write what they did, how they enjoyed it... and all the other funny stories !!!

There are many other French camps across Saskatchewan. View the list below.



Children will explore arts, sciences, cultures, as well as sports. 


Age: 5-8 Years

Date: Dates Vary

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Week one- arts 

Week two- cultural

Week three- sciences

Week four- sports


Age: 9-14 Years

Date: Dates vary

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Register your child today to have fun in French this summer with new friends from all four corners of the province.