Now is the time to REGISTER!!
Camper Registration and Health History forms are available as downloadable documents which can be re-scanned and uploaded back to us or emailed or snail mailed to us.
Staff Application forms can be submitted online, in our new fancy form thingy!!
Stay tuned if you are 15 and interested in our Leader in Training (LIT) program!
Sheri & Brea
Countdown to Camp 2015
What We Offer
Eagle Lake Ringette Camp has been creating summer memories for Ringette Players from across the country since 1992. We are set on the shores of Eagle Lake, just outside Sundridge, Ontario. For one week each summer, we use the amazing facilities of Hockey Opportunity Camp, which support our activities including ball hockey courts, rock-climbing wall, outdoor volleyball courts, waterskiing, sailing, archery, mountain biking, canoeing, kayaking and of course, the arena, located in South River, where campers are challenged on the ice for two hours per day. Campers also take part in a one-hour dryland training class.
Ringette players who chose to join us at camp are in for the most exciting week of their summer!
Sheri Markle – Sheri has been involved with Ringette and camping for many years, beginning her Ringette & Camping career in 1983, working (aka Sheri Faulds) at the Ontario Ringette Association’s summer camp Quanahar and has not looked back since! She has been involved with camps every year since! Sheri is a Manager with the Region of Waterloo, active Ringette coach, player, official and volunteer.
Brea Cose – Brea has been involved with Ringette and camping dating back to the Quanahar days as well. She’s happy to share she was only camper age while at Quanahar, but has been with ELRC since year one in 1992 and has never missed a year since! Brea is our most experienced staff member, doing every job from Leader in Training to on-ice instructor. She’s even tried to drive the Zamboni…but Smokey at the Arena won’t let her! Brea is a teacher with the Peel District School Board, founder and first player registration of the Toronto Ringette Association.
- FUN Factor 100%
- High Energy 100%
- Meet new Friends 100%
About the Camp
Amazing MealsCamp provides family style, all you can eat meals prepared with highly nutritional fresh food. We can accommodate food allergies. Our Tuck Shop and kitchen also do not stock any products that contain visible nuts or nut products. (learnhockey.com)
High Energy FunLots of fun activities are planned around the Ringette training. Your kids will experience Rock Climbing, Archery, Volleyball, Water skiing, Tubing, Canoeing, Kayaking, Sailing, Field Games, Ball-hockey court games, Mountain biking, Windsurf Board games and Swimming.
Nighttime ActivitiesCampers participate in an all-camp game or activity. In the past we have entertained many with Campfires, Capture the Flag, Olympics, Eagle Lake’s Next Top Model (a satirical spin on the actual show), and the ever-popular, Lip Sync.
In a word, AWESOME! She had a blast, loved every bit of it: all the activities, the staff, the campers, the schedule, the food, etc! She loved it all and can’t wait til next year!!!! She even talked about wanting to go back as LIT when she is 15… I am thinking you got yourself a lifetime commitment from this kid if you want it!!!Julie Gatley, Parent
I have 3 daughters that play Ringette and Eagle Lake has always been their favourite Ringette Summer Camp. They love the camp activities like waterskiing, tubing, kayaking and sailing. They come home and can’t stop talking about all that happens on all the theme nights – gotta love the lip sync and the counsellors dressing up. They make friendships with girls from across the province, other Ringette associations and other Regions, and they look forward to seeing those friends throughout the upcoming Ringette seasons, at games and tournaments. They love the Ringette part of the camp, the way that they’re at the arena once during the day to do their Ringette, dryland and skating. They’re not changing in and out of your Ringette gear 3 times during the day!! The on-ice instructors are top quality and encourage the girls. They’re helpful during the dryland, making sure they’re doing exercises properly and giving little added bonus nutritional facts. The girls love the full report card they get at the end of the week assessing them on their skating, Ringette and game sense. The photo they bring home and the fun certificate from their cabin counsellor with comments and positive feedback from the week both provide more memories to bring home. As a parent, it’s always fun to go up and see the final game. Bringing them home on the Saturday after the game, we get to hear all about the camp and they still have 2 days left before school starts! They’re old enough now that they’re looking forward to being counsellors at Eagle Lake.Martha, a Ringette mom