Ranger Lake Bible Camp was founded in 1952 through the leadership of Joe Shakotko and the service of many volunteers, advocates, and generous donors, across many denomination bounds with the focus of sharing the good news of Jesus with children and youth.
About Ranger Lake Bible Camp
That legacy continues to this day and is shown in our welcoming family atmosphere, with Jesus Christ guiding us. We are so very thankful for the large volume of donors, partners, and volunteers that help make our camp possible.
RLBC is an inter-denominational camp which is owned and operated by One Hope Canada (formerly Canadian Sunday School Mission). Our camp is led by a volunteer board of directors and full-time missionary team.
Prior to being a summer camp, Ranger Lake was a Ranger’s station, and then a resort that served the constituency; we even had primitive waterslides on our lake!
We have missionaries and campers from a number of different denominations — AGC, Alliance, Anglican, Baptist, Catholic, FEBC, Lutheran, Mennonite Brethren, Pentecostal, etc. — and many of our campers don’t attend church at all. We focus on Jesus and do our best not to get hung up on the specific doctrines of any one particular church.
One Hope Canada is a para-church organization that owns and operates 45 camps across Canada, eight of which are in Saskatchewan.
We are members in good standing of Saskatchewan Camps Association and Christian Camping International.
RLBC exists to joyously honour God through evangelism and discipleship by meeting the needs of its campers in a challenging, yet safe natural environment.
You can help keep our camp affordable and accessible
We rely on the generosity of our donors to help keep the cost of camp attainable for families. Follow the link to learn more about how you can help.