Welcome to Tapawingo Trails Camp
Tapawingo Trails Camp is a week-long camp for girls ages 9 to 14-yrs old. The Camp is located at Camp Rehoboth Gull Lake, Alberta.
Tapawingo is an aboriginal word for “place of joy or happiness”.
True to our camp name, Tapawingo Trails Camp aims to provide a camp for girls that encourages the cultivation and practice of virtues in an atmosphere of joy and friendship. Surrounded by nature, the girls have the opportunity to make new friendships, and through their participation in various activities, they learn a spirit of service and generosity.
The staff at Tapawingo are responsible, qualified and caring people who are determined to make sure your daughters have a meaningful, joy-filled week of fun.
All our staff participates in an extensive two-tier leadership program based on the notion that happiness in life and human virtues are naturally interrelated.
Tapawingo Trails Camp held it’s first camp in 2005 with a lot of enthusiasm to provide a special camp experience for girls.
Our first camp proved to be very successful and we are committed to continue to work to provide a unique experience for our campers. 2020 will be our 15th year of camp! Our plan is to expand each year and to one day have our own campsite. We also try to keep the camp fee affordable for all.
Looking forward to Summer 2021 when we hope to run two weeks of Camp:
Week 1: August 8 (Sunday) – August 13 (Saturday)
Week 2: August 14 (Sunday) to August 21 (Saturday)
West Plains Foundation
As of January 2017 we are sponsored by West Plains Foundation, which promotes women’s vital role in influencing society through family life, professional work, academic pursuits, and community involvement.
The doctrinal and spiritual programs offered by Tapawingo Trails and West Plains Foundation are entrusted to Opus Dei, a personal Prelature of the Catholic Church which aims to help people find God through their everyday life and work. For more information, visit www.opusdei.ca.