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Worship services are held throughout the camp season, from the long weekend in May through the long weekend in September.

As the weather allows, worship takes place in our beautiful Outdoor Chapel, where we are able to appreciate God’s magnificent creation as we worship.

Alternate worship venues include the Pavilion, the ball field, or the Koinonia 55+ Clubhouse.

Holy Communion is normally offered once a month during the camp season, in May, June, July, and August.

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Camp Koinonia’s outdoor “All Sports Court” features courts for basketball, tennis or pickleball, and racquetball or handball.

We also have a ball diamond and plenty of open space for flying kites or playing bocce ball, disc golf, frisbee, soccer, or field hockey.

A number of playgrounds throughout the camp provide hours of entertainment for the youngsters, while the trails in the wooded areas are enjoyed by hiking enthusiasts.

The boat launch and designated swimming area facilitate fun water activities, as do the two short piers designated for non-motorized watercraft (paddle boards, kayaks, etc.), and the wooden fishing pier is used by those who enjoy fishing — and the fish have been plentiful the past few years!

Koinonia 55+ Club 

The Koinonia 55+ Club operates the Seniors Clubhouse at the camp and sponsors a variety of different and fun activities throughout the camp season.


All members of the Lutheran Camp Association who are 55 years of age or older (and their spouses) are invited to become members of the Koinonia 55+ Club.

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Special Events


As a family-oriented camp, Camp Koinonia features activities for all ages.

The camp season begins each May with a whirlwind schedule of events held throughout the Victoria Day weekend, including a concession during the day, a pancake breakfast, a yard sale, and relay games and a bike parade for the kids!

The Association holds a Vacation Bible School and youth activities each July, with adults having the opportunity to gather together for Bible study at the same time.

Other events throughout the camp season have included Christmas in August, Halloween in September, Thanksgiving dinners in October, ice cream socials, Where's Waldo, music jams, fishing derbies, Bavarian nights, movie nights, singalongs, golf tournaments, and more!

A Note about Fireworks: Fireworks are not permitted at the camp without the prior written approval from the LCA BoardWhen you visit our camp, please do not set off fireworks. You can view the camp's Fireworks Policy here.

Local Attractions


Pembina River Tubing: Relax as you enjoy a slow, meandering ride down this world-renowned section of river on a hot summer day.

Golf Courses: Pembina Valley Golf Club, Pine Ridge Golf Resort and Trestle Creek Golf Resort are all a short drive away.

Entwistle Outdoor Swimming Pool: This 18-metre pool is great for diving, swimming, and splashing around.

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