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We have decided to move Teen Camp over to next year! However, for those of you who don’t want to miss out on experiencing the park this year we have an event for you!
We will be doing a single night campout for kids and previous staff from St. Volodymyr Camp. (Age:14+)
It will consist of events such as swimming in our pool, using our new archery equipment, having campfire and tenting out and the park!
On Sunday we will have a weiner roast for supper and on Monday morning we will have pancakes with bacon and eggs! Invite your friends! (Registrants for Teen Camp are automatically in.)
Participants must RSVP so that we know roughly how much food we will need.
Volodymyr Ukrainian Catholic Camp & Park
Український Католицький Єпархіальний Табір Св. Володимира
The purpose of the park is to have a place where Ukrainian Catholics can meet and experience God through nature together.
Many people enjoy this little slice of paradise by becoming a key holder and using the park for swimming, picnics and even over night camping. Key holders pay an annual fee which allows access to the private property and up to 10 guests per key. Key holders pay a small fee for over night camping and there are many places to tent or use a camper.
The park is host to many large functions and celebrations such as family reunions, weddings, school year end parties, and company staff functions. The facility comfortably sleeps 55 people in our cabins and many many more if you bring campers or tents along. These events are booked in advance and rates are available by contacting our rentals coordinator .
The park is host to St Volodymyr Camp which offers a 10 days over night summer camp for ages 8-14. The camps purpose is to provide an opportunity for youth to explore and experience the richness of Ukrainian Catholic cultural identity by offering educational programs in the form of games, religious activities, hikes, sports, arts & crafts, songs, swimming and other summer camp activities that celebrate arts, culture and identity of the Ukrainian Catholic community with a goal of enhancing connected-ness of Ukrainian youth to God and a strong cultural identity.
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St Volodymyr Park is Located on Highway 60, 10 km North of Pike Lake Provincial Park (Near Saskatoon SK)
The park is owned by the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Saskatoon and is managed by a dedicated group of volunteers refered to as The Park Board.
Legal Location RM of Corman Park #344 Qtr E 1/2NW Sec 04 TP 35 Rg 06 W 3 Title Acres 154 acres