Camp Lemieux seeks to nurture the faith of youth through experiencing life in a Catholic Christian community, participation in the sacraments, and having new experiences in an outdoor setting. Our program has a balance of fun, recreation, and solid Catholic teachings. A week at camp is filled with incredible, fun activities, and our counsellors ensure that the needs of each camper are well cared for. Camp Lemieux community is challenged to worship and love the Lord our God with all our heart, soul, and strength through the gifts of the Holy Spirit as Christ has taught us.
Camp Lemieux is an independent non-profit camp within the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Regina and operated by the Camp Lemieux Board. We are an accredited member of Saskatchewan Camping Association.
Facilities Camp Lemieux can accommodate up to 100 people. Facilities include cabins complete with beds and mattresses for all campers, washrooms including showers, a chapel, a kitchen, and complete dining facilities. We’ve got everything needed for a great week at camp.
Camp Lemieux Emblem
The Emblem of Camp Lemieux shall be two flames of fire in the form of praying hands. The emblem serves to remind us that we should work towards developing a burning desire to worship and love the Lord our God. The flames in the form of tongues of fire also remind us of the gift of the Holy Spirit given to the apostles on the first Pentecost. Acts 2:1-13
The cross between the praying hands is a reminder to us to keep Christ at the centre of everything we do. "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." Ph. 4:13