In 1954, Camp Easter Seal began with operations at various locations in Saskatchewan. In 1956, it moved to its present location on the shores of Little Manitou Lake at Manitou Beach near Watrous.
Camp Easter Seal sits on 100 acres of property and is home to our grand chalet and dining hall, 14 cabins (all with heat and a/c), a newly renovated aquatic centre, a waterfront and boating equipment, buildings to house art programming, sports and game programming, a medical building fondly known as the “pillbox” and much more. Recently added to camp is an accessible treehouse – a great new space for activities and building memories.
A camp tradition for over 65 years, Camp Easter Seal offers the best outdoor summer camp experience for children, youth and adults experiencing disability in Saskatchewan. It’s a place where campers can explore, grow, and build friendships and independence.
This safe, warm, fun and supportive environment fosters inclusion and belonging; a place where campers are the center of all we do. As the only completely wheelchair-accessible camp facility in Saskatchewan, Camp Easter Seal is dedicated to providing a fun and barrier-free experience to all campers.