Use our Guide by clicking on the badges to navigate some frequently sought after information about Camp Squeah Summer Camps and what our camp provides.

Staff & Volunteers

Meet our staff that work at Camp Squeah year round. Learn about staff and volunteer opportunities. Our staff and volunteers go through a thorough application process which includes an application, references, criminal record check and interview.


Camp Squeah provides a range of facilities to augment our campers’ summer camp experience. Our accommodations include cabins, bunk-style lodge rooms and motel style lodge rooms. Campers will enjoy a short hike to Chapel in the Sky.


Camp Squeah is conveniently located in Lower Mainland BC. We’re a scenic 2 hour drive from Vancouver BC and we’re about a 15 minute drive north of Hope BC. Our address is #4-27915 Trans-Canada Hwy, Hope, BC V0X 1L3. Visit our Location page for driving directions and map.

Camp Squeah FAQs


You’ll likely have many questions about our location, policies, facilities, activities, bookings, health and safety. Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page for answers to your questions.

Packing List

As you prepare your child or for their summer camp experience, browse Camp Squeah’s recommended packing list so you can best advise your child on what to bring and what not to bring with them.

Camp Squeah Activities


Camp Squeah offers a wide range of activities to give campers a breadth of experience, the chance to learn new skills, try something that would be a positive challenge for them, and create an environment that is fun.

Health & Safety

The health and safety of all our campers is a top priority for Camp Squeah. Visit our Health & Safety page to learn about Camp Squeah’s accreditations, safety of our food services, staff training for activities, first aid, policies and procedures and site safety.


Working out of our main kitchen in the Squeah Lodge, Squeah Food Services takes pride in serving our campers balanced meals that are both delicious and nutritious. Meals are typically served cafeteria-style, with the campers coming up to one of three serving stations to get their meal.