Awana office will be closed until January 7th. We look forward to serving you in the New Year!
Le bureau d'Awana sera fermé jusqu'au 7 janvier. Nous sommes impatients de vous servir dans la nouvelle année!

Getting to Awana BC Camp

Travelling by Bus

Want to start camp early?

Campers from Vancouver Island, Lower Mainland, and the Fraser Valley have the option to join us on the Camp Bus, which gives them an opportunity to connect with old friends, make new ones, and ensures that everyone gets to camp at the same time.

Limited seats available. Reserve your seat when you submit your registration. Priority will be given to Round-Trip campers.

Bus Fees

Round-Trip: $85

One-Way (limited availability): $65

Bus Pickup Locations and Times

Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal

From Victoria (Swartz Bay):
Sunday leave 7:00 am
Saturday arrive 6:35 pm
From Nanaimo (Duke Point):
Sunday leave 5:15 am
Saturday arrive 7:45 pm

Richmond (Lansdowne)

Sunday Drop-off:
9:00 am
Saturday Pick-up:
4:00 pm

Burnaby (Burnaby Lake)

Sunday Drop-off:
10:00 am
Saturday Pick-up:
3:00 pm

Chilliwack (Cottonwood Mall)

Sunday Drop-off:
12:00 pm
Saturday Pick-up:
1:00 pm

Travelling by Car

Coming from Merritt/Kelowna

Take the Hwy 5A exit for Princeton. It is roughly a 40 minute drive, you will past the Allison Lake campground and from there it is another 10 minutes and you'll see the camp at the end of Laird Lake, we are on the right hand side of the road, you will see a large TULAHEAD sign as you crest the small hill.

Coming through Princeton on Highway 3

Turn onto Bridge Street at the Petro Canada and take Hwy 5A to Merritt. You will drive for roughly 20 minutes and the camp will be on your left hand side with a large hay field in front and TULAHEAD sign, the turn in is immediately at the top.