Welcome to Camp!

Camp Tulakadik offers an exceptional camping experience by embracing the beauty of Cassidy Lake. Our aim is to create lifelong friendships, unforgettable summer memories, and most importantly help students connect with Jesus Christ.

Spanning over 100 acres, our carefully curated facilities include winterized cabins, a main lodge, basketball courts, rock climbing and rappelling walls, waterfront boats, a pool, a 40-foot giant swing, a water park, and more. Our dedicated staff and volunteers eagerly await your arrival for the best summer ever at Camp T!

  • The parents/guardians submitting the registration form are those having legal custody over the child. Condition of custody, if applicable, will be fully communicated in writing to the camp, including a photocopy of the section of any court ordered referring visitation rights. If anyone other than the indicated parent/guardian will be picking the camper up, Camp Tulakadik must receive written notification 24 hours prior to the camper’s departure of the camping event in question.
  • Camp Tulakadik exercises a “Zero Tolerance” policy on bullying and misbehaviour. In the event that a camper fails to heed to fair warnings and continues to abuse this policy, they will be sent home at the parent/guardians expense with no refund on camper fees.
  • The Executive Director reserves the right to dismiss a camper who in his/her opinion is a hazard to the safety and rights of others, or who appears to reject the reasonable controls of the camp. The parents/guardians must certify that the applicant camper is in normal condition and is amenable to necessary discipline. Failure to disclose problems at the time of application could result in dismissal.
  • By signing the registration form the parent/guardian of the named participant on the application releases the Saint John-Kings Association of United Baptist Churches Inc., its trustees, directors, corporation members, staff and agents from any loss, personal injury, accident, misfortune, or damage to the named participant on the application of his/her property, with understanding that responsible precautions shall be taken to ensure the health and safety of the named participant on this application. NB Medicare or equivalent medical insurance must cover each participant.
  • We agree to permit reasonable use of photos and video or other pictures of the applicant camper in promoting the camp activities and programs. Camp Tulakadik will not give out to third parties any information pertaining to the addresses or names of campers in their care without the permission of their parent/guardian.
  • Be sure to read all the waivers and conditions of enrollment and accept them, and certify that the information recorded on the registration form is accurate.

Camper Drop-Off

Camps start with registration at 3:00 – 4:30 pm on the date of the desired camp stated here. Registration will begin no earlier than 3:00 pm.

Camper Pick-Up

Pick-up is between 3:00 – 4:00 pm on the last day of the camp.

To ensure the safety of our campers we require that you inform us of who will be picking up your child on the last day of their camp. Campers will only be permitted to leave the camp grounds with the individual specified in the registration form. All campers MUST be signed out from the care of the Cabin Leader by the specified pick-up person.

Should this information change, please notify the camp 24 hours before pick-up. Parents/guardians are asked NOT to visit or call campers during their stay at camp unless the camper’s well-being depends on it, for homesickness and office administration purposes. The camp will promptly contact you if there is a problem. We encourage parents/guardians to send email or mail to campers during their stay.


Camp Tulakadik is pleased to offer Financial Assistance to families who are finding it difficult to send their child/s to camp.  We want every child to experience a life changing week at Camp T and we don’t want finances to leave any child behind.  If you are in need of financial assistance please print off the attached Financial Assistance Form. Completely fill it out and submit it to the camp office along with a method of payment to cover the deposit for the camp event.  Camp Tulakadik will be in contact with you to confirm the acceptance of your request for financial assistance in a timely fashion.


On the day of registration, please bring a list of prescribed medications/treatments to present to the Camp’s first aid attendant.

  • Campers are not to leave the campgrounds except as a part of the camp activities supervised by camp staff. To ensure the health and safety of your child, we have a qualified medical person and lifeguards for every camp. When arriving at camp ALL medications must be surrendered to the First Aid Attendant who will administer all medicine.
  • Over the counter medications will be used at the direction of the medical staff for the following symptoms: colds, coughs, congestion, pain, headaches, fever, upset stomach, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, rashes, allergies, cuts, scrapes and burns.
  • The dosage of medicine given to campers will be as directed by the package unless otherwise indicated by the parent/guardian. If you have any preferences or objections to particular medications please indicate on a separate piece of paper and attach to this form.
  • The signature of the parent/guardian on the application shall give the Executive Director the right to arrange for any special services or other requirements necessary for the best interest of the camper and shall give the Executive Director the right to approve and obtain any medical attention necessary for the campers’ welfare and good health including offering injection, anesthesia or surgery. In such a situation, the camp will attempt to notify the parents/guardians as soon as possible. The parents/guardian are responsible for any additional expense that may result from such services.

Please remember, when bringing any medications to camp they MUST be in their original container.


Here at Camp Tulakadik each and every child is checked for head lice on registration day while the parent/guardian is present.

This is to protect all campers & staff and to prevent the spread of this bug. In the event that lice is found on a camper during these mandatory checks, the camper will be required to return home with the parent/guardian for the week. The camp will be transferred to another camp event during that camping season.  If the parent/guardian prefers, Camp T will fully refund the registration fee.  If head lice is discovered at any point during the week the parent/ guardian will be contacted and the camper will be sent home to avoid spreading. If this does so happen a refund or rescheduling will be set up, depending on the length of the campers stay. It is strongly recommended that each camper is checked by the parent/guardian prior to their stay here.


We want to encourage co-operative behavior and respect towards leaders and fellow campers.

The following is a four stage discipline policy that was adopted and approved by the Board of Directors of Camp Tulakadik.

If a child/youth is disruptive, unmanageable or misbehaves, the cabin leader/leader will follow these guidelines:

  1. On the first instance, the cabin leader/leader will address the problem verbally. Should this measure fail to work, then;
  2. The second stage is separation of the child/youth from the rest of the group. Should this measure fail to work, then;
  3. The cabin leader/leader will seek out the Executive Director or designated leader for further assessment of the situation.
  4. If the improper behaviour continues, the fourth stage includes the involvement of the parent/guardian. The Executive Director or designated leader will contact the parent/guardian to discuss the situation and/or notify the parent/guardian to come and get the child/youth.

If our ministries are to continue to be effective, it is imperative that these procedures be followed with the co-operation of leaders, cabin leaders, parents/guardians, children and youth.


Activities at Camp Tulakadik

  • Aqua Park
  • Climbing Wall & Rappelling Wall
  • Swimming
  • Canoeing & Kayaking
  • Playground & Swing Set
  • Beach Volleyball
  • Drama
  • Archery
  • Science Projects
  • Hiking
  • Puppets
  • Tenting
  • Crafts
  • Basketball
  • Scrapbooking
  • Soccer
  • Campfires
  • Ball Hockey
  • Outdoor Living Skills
  • Fishing
  • Global Adventures
  • Bicycling
  • Earth Education
  • Cabin Devotions
  • Orienteering
  • Bible Studies
  • Low Ropes Course
  • Chapel Time
  • Music

In all of these fun activities you can be assured of your child’s safety. Staff have been qualified in each activity. Qualified lifeguards provide up-to-date water safety instruction at both the pool and the lake. In addition, a qualified First Aid Attendant is on duty at all times. All of our staff members have a current Standard Workplace First Aid Certificate and the Sussex Health Centre is within 35 km of the camp.