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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 (schedule.pdf)

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.

Daily Schedule

The Camp Voyageur has a daily schedule which will give the opportunity to your child to have lot of activities with regular spot during the day.

  • 7:30 AM Wake up - Shower - Breakfast
  • 9:00 AM Gathering - Day presentation
  • 9:30 AM First activity
  • 10:30 AM Snack
  • 10:45 AM Second activity
  • 12:00 AM Lunch
  • 1:00 PM Rest/ free time
  • 1:30 PM Third activity
  • 2:45 PM Snack
  • 3:00 PM Fourth activity
  • 4:30 PM Free Games
  • 5:30 PM Supper
  • 6:30 PM Fifth activity
  • 7:00 PM Camp fire
  • 10:00 PM Shower/bed time

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!

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 Virgule and I am responsible for the camp this year. I just finished a bachelor’s in education in french as well as a bachelor’s in arts, more specifically Francophonie and intercultural studies. 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!

SnoopyResponsable de l’animation

Hello! My name is Snoopy, and I will be responsible for the animation of the camp this year. I come from Quebec, Montreal to be specific. I have worked in summer camps and with children for many years. I am currently studying to be an elementary teacher. I am very happy to be part of this year’s team. Looking forward to meeting you all this summer!


My name is Quinoa and I am currently a student at the University of Regina in the faculty of engineering. I have a huge passion for sports including soccer. I also love outdoor activities like camping and hiking. I dream of one day traveling to many countries to appreciate the diverse cultures around the world.

Gadget Moniteur

Gadget is in his fourth year at the University of Saskatchewan studying in theater and cultural studies. He is a strong leader who loves working with others and listens as well as he speaks.


Hello, my name is Calypso. I am just finishing my grade 12 at École Canadienne-française in Saskatoon. Next year I will be going to the University of Ottawa. I love sports, outdoor activities and traveling. I am very excited to meet you at camp this year!

Moto MotoMoniteur

Moto Moto is a 2018/2019 graduate from Monseigneur de Laval High school. Next year he will be studying at the University of Regina in actuarial science and will be part of their track team. He loves sports, outdoor activities and board games.


Ivy is a nursing student at the University of Regina. She has worked for the Camp voyageur for three years as a counselor and is excited to come back for the 2019 edition.


Hello, my name is Sully and I just finished my grade 12 year at Laval High school. This spring I will go to the University of Saskatchewan in mechanical engineering. I am passionate about sports and math.


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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.