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Camp McLean - 2024 Summer Programs

Camp McLean’s co-ed summer programs are operated by Scouts Canada, and are open for ALL children in the communities we serve! Come join us for a wilderness experience in the south Langley area. Fun, adventure, learning new skills and creating memories that will last a lifetime is what Camp McLean promises to deliver to each camper. Whether it is your first time attending an outdoor camp program or you are a seasoned camper looking for a challenge, Camp McLean offers something for all ages & abilities.

Please note: Camp McLean will NOT be offering traditional overnight youth camping or weekend family camping for summer 2024.

General Information

This year, families can choose our new Summer Day Camp at Camp McLean. The Day Camp is for youth aged 5 – 11. Our daily activities include swimming, arts & crafts, canoeing, outdoor skills (i.e. fire building, shelter building, hiking, orienteering) and outdoor adventure activities.

The Summer Day Camp program runs daily, Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.


Optional Early Drop-off Service: 

Families can sign-up for Early Drop-off (as early as 8:00 am) and /or Late Pick-up (as late as 6:00 pm) for a minimal weekly fee ($30.00/week).


Camp McLean Map

Location: 20315 16 Ave, Langley, BC V2Z 1W5

Day Camp Program Details

Camp McLean is the place to be this summer! Our Day Camp is an outdoor focused program, which emphasizes the development of outdoor skills, environmental awareness and wilderness exploration on the camp’s 50 acres plus we are surrounded by Campbell Valley Parks with many trails. The Day Camp is for youth ages 5 to 11 and has space for a maximum of 72 campers per week. Youth are placed according to age into a camper group supervised by trained counsellors.

Our daily program is very well balanced. The activities are selected to build outdoor skills, self-confidence, respect for others and the environment, teamwork, and of course because they are fun. Each activity is age-appropriate and takes into consideration skill levels of the youth participating. Each camper will enjoy activities within their group as well as visiting our many sites on the property including McLean Pond where campers participate in canoeing and paddling.  In our craft area, campers will have the opportunity to make wooden crafts and other creative crafts, all of which make a wonderful memory of their time at summer camp.  Camp McLean also offers a great outdoor pool (with lifeguards) where our campers hone their swimming skills or enjoy playing in the water with friends.

We pride our program on the emphasis of outdoor skill development, including but not limited to fire and shelter building, hiking, orienteering, archery, and more.

NOTE: Activities may vary based on weather conditions and age appropriateness.


Register here

Program Cost & Refund Policy


 Early Bird Special Rate
Available until May 31, 2024

Regular Rate
After June 1, 2024

Scouts Canada Member Rate $250.00/full week $275.00/full week

Non-member Rate (Public) $300.00/full week

$325.00/full week

Prices are subject to change to a 3% credit card provider fee.


 What is the refund policy for Summer Camp?
All Registrations Policy for “all registrations” is now 100% of the fee will be required to secure your booking.
Registrations cancelled with more than 4 weeks’ notice If a payment has been made in full, 80% of the deposit will be refunded.
Registrations transferred with more than 4 weeks’ notice 100% of the fee can be transferred to another registration this summer.
Registrations cancelled with less than 4 weeks’ notice, but more than 2 weeks’ notice 50% of the total payment is refundable.
Registrations cancelled with less than 2 weeks’ notice No refunds*
Scouts Canada cancels registration due to extenuating circumstances Transfer 100% of the payment to another registration this summer or receive a 100% refund.



Packing List (Day Camp)

  • Lunch + two snacks (peanut-free)
  • Sunscreen
  • Refillable water bottle
  • Hat
  • Running shoes
  • Extra clothes & socks in case
  • Swimsuit & towel
  • Lifejacket (optional)
  • Rainy day gear (if applicable)
  • Bug spray
  • Extra face masks



Camp Rules, Guidelines and COVID-19 Safety

The rules and regulations of the camp will be discussed with each camper on the first day of camp. Campers are not permitted to wander off unsupervised or leave camper groups without permission. We reserve the right to dismiss/suspend any camper who continually displays disruptive or unsafe behaviour. This is to ensure the utmost safety of all participants.

If medication is required, please ensure that this information is on your child’s registration form. It must be in a secure package (e.g., Ziploc bag) and delivered to the staff at camp. The medication is to be labelled as follows: Camper’s name, program/dates, type of medication and dosage, treatment, and reason for medication. Medication will be stored with our Day Camp Director and will be given as you have directed. Please advise us if there are any changes to medication during your child’s stay.

All Lost & Found articles will be stored until the end of each week. Please check the Lost & Found on Friday afternoons. After the camp season, lost & found will be sorted and only those deemed valuable will be kept at the Summer Office until the end of summer, at which time any unclaimed articles will be donated to a charitable organization.

Measures that will be in place to ensure a safe and healthy camping experience include but aren’t limited to:

  • Staff roles dedicated to routine cleaning and equipment disinfection
  • Twelve campers per Group for programming & activities
  • Outdoor programming as much as possible; designated indoor locations for each cohort in inclement weather
  • No food services
  • This is a peanut, tree nut-free camp. Please ensure your child’s lunch/snack contains no peanuts or tree nuts.



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Camp McLean FAQ

Our Summer Camp entrance is located at 20315 – 16th Avenue, Langley, B.C. V2Z1W5. Camp McLean is about a 1/2 km east of 200th Street on 16th Avenue.

Get Directions on Google Maps

The first week of Day Camp kicks-off Monday July 8th - July 12th and are offered weekly throughout July & August. The final week of Day Camp is August 19 - August 23.

Camp McLean is pleased to offer weekly Summer Day Camps starting on July 8th and ending August 23, 2024 for youth ages 5-11 Monday to Friday and will provide youth a variety of interactive, engaging outdoor activities. Camp McLean will NOT be offering traditional youth overnight camping at this time.

Our summer programs are open to all youth! Scouts Canada members receive a discounted program rate.

To become a member of Scouts Canada, please complete the registration process.

Early Bird rates will be in effect up until May 31, 2024. For any registrations made after May 31, 2024, regular rates will apply.

Yes, youth are registered on a weekly basis (Monday – Friday) 9am-5 pm daily

Our Day Camp Program will operate Monday to Friday from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm registration will be open between 8:30-9:00 am and pick-up will be between 5:00 – 5:30 pm See below for Early Drop-off & Late Pick-up services.

Our regular Day Camp hours for the season will be 9:00 AM until 5:00 PM. Early care (is available at 8:00 AM) and after-camp care (will be until 6:00PM latest) for an additional fee $30/week for both.

Drop-off and pick-up are located adjacent to the parking lot. Please Park your vehicle in the parking lot and walk your camper up to the field where you will sign in/out with Camp Staff and meet your camper(s)’ counsellors daily. Please remember to leave your Pets in the Car.

Camp McLean’s Day Camp programs will provide a variety of interactive, engaging outdoor activities. With great on-site amenities including a swimming pool and a separate waterfront location, youth can expect their day to be filled with activities such a swimming, canoeing, crafts (typically building a wooden project), archery, trail hikes, orienteering and outdoor skills such as fire-building and shelter building.

Yes, we do take volunteers. There are volunteer applications available on the Fraser Valley Summer Camp Facebook page. For more information contact the Administrative Coordinator for assistance (

No meal plan will be offered for our Summer Camps in 2024. Campers are expected to arrive with a lunch, a refillable water bottle, and a minimum of two peanut-free snacks to enjoy throughout the day.

If you need to cancel your camper’s registration, please email our Administrative Coordinator for assistance (

the application to register your camper, there is a section that asks, “Would your child like to be grouped with a specific camper?” Please check ‘yes’ and a second box will appear asking for the camper’s name. Camper groups are created according to similar ages (i.e. 5-7 will be in a younger group & 8-11 will be in an older group.) If you have already submitted your registration, please email our Administrative Coordinator ( with the information

Camper groups are organized based on age as the activities are designed to be age-appropriate. We try our best to accommodate all friend requests. Groups are usually comprised of youth 5-7 and youth 8-11 years of age. This is to ensure all campers feel comfortable socially as well as in activities planned to their abilities.

NO, however, all campers and staff will be required to abide by the latest health & safety protocols in place (as determined by the BC Ministry of Health while on property, which may include but is not limited to social distancing measures, routine hand washing & sanitizing, and mask requirements.

Yes… Just make sure you inform to tell one of the staff members, the camper’s counsellors, and the camper themselves.

Yes, all our campers get to swim in the on-site outdoor pool as per our program schedule, weather permitting.

Weather permitting, each camper group gets to go canoeing as per the program schedule and Scouts Canada’s policies. This site will be led by a Program Staff & our lifeguard, who are both certified.

Camp McLean does provide lifejackets during swim time and canoeing; however, some children are more comfortable in one from home. It is an optional item to pack.

According to Scouts Canada Bylaws, Policies & Procedures, youth must be at least 8 years old to participate in archery. For the younger youth groups, we have incorporated Nerf Bows and Arrows.

Yes, please let your child(ren)’s Camp Counsellors or our Assistant Camp Director know at dropoff on your child(ren)’s first day of camp, and our team will complete an Outdoor Adventure Skill (OAS) tracker which will be updated at the end of the summer.

If you would like to place your camper on the waitlist for a particular week, please email us at

If a spot becomes available, you will receive an email update and we will contact you for payment information.  

Camp McLean Map

Camp McLean Map