Camp LogJam Summer Camp 2020

Summer Camp for girls and boys ages 5 to 8 (must be 5 - 8 on August 17)

Camp 1 (Aug 17 - 20) - Space Available

Camp 2 (Aug 21 - 23) - Space Available



This Year's Theme is ...

"Transportation Adventures"

Celebrating 31 Years of Camp LogJam

Camp LogJam is held at Camp Byng, the Scouts Canada camp in Roberts Creek on the Sunshine Coast, just north-west of Vancouver. Campers check in at Horseshoe Bay Ferry Terminal, take the ferry to Langdale Terminal, and then there is a short bus trip to the camp.

Camp LogJam is a youth and parent/guardian camp – a parent or guardian comes to camp with the child. A parent/guardian may have more than one child at camp, and both parents/guardians may attend camp with one child. Additional fees apply.

Come join the fun … hikes, crafts, games, stories, magic, campfires, and lots more. We offer an exciting overnight camp program with a positive, enthusiastic, informed and friendly leadership team.

Experience great food, great fun, great music! Try your skills on the Low Challenge Course, go on Beach Walks and see what the Sea has to offer, make lots of Creative Crafts, go on Scavenger Hunts, gaze at the stars through a telescope (weather permitting), and so much more. Come and join the fun for two or three days this summer.

Camp LogJam is a great place to meet new friends or you can bring along a friend and add to your fun.

For further camp details about Camp LogJam, check out the rest of this website by clicking on the menu links above, or you can contact us at

Looking for a camp for girls and boys aged 8-12 years old? Check out Camp Wolf Howl at

10 Reasons Why Kids Go To Camp LogJam:

  1. To learn new skills;
  2. Experience nature & the great outdoors;
  3. Face fun challenges;
  4. Gain confidence;
  5. Meet new friends;
  6. Staff are friendly;
  7. Fees are reasonable;
  8. It's close to Vancouver;
  9. Kids take away great experiences and lasting memories;
  10. And IT'S FUN!

“We gratefully acknowledge the financial assistance of the Province of British Columbia”