The Alberta Fish & Game Association conducts several youth conservation camps and an outdoor woman’s program each year. These camps offer such courses as Hunter Education, the Canadian Firearms Safety course as well as the Boat Safety course. In addition, activities include such things as canoeing, archery, rifle, pistol, shotgun, and blackpowder shooting, wilderness overnight camping/practicing outdoor survival skills, swimming, and fishing. The winter camp offers such things as snowshoeing, ice fishing, snow shelter building, and winter survival skills. The Becoming an Outdoor Woman’s program is designed for ladies interested in taking part in a myriad of outdoor activities they have never tried but would like to, or beginners wanting to improve upon their skills. These activities include, but are not limited to archery, rifle/pistol/shotgun shooting, canoeing, outdoor cooking, survival skills and fish filleting. Check out the various camps noted below and register for the camp of your choice.
Please see attached documents below...
WATCH FOR NEW INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION CAMP FORMS!
- Narrow Lake Winter Camp 2017
- Narrow Lake Summer Camp 2017 - VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION 2017
- Narrow Lake Summer Camp 2017 - REGISTRATION PACKAGE 2017
- Narrow Lake Summer Camp - PAMPHLET
- Cenalta Youth Camp (Zone 3)
- Alberta Youth Pheasant Program - PAMPHLET
- BOW Camp 2017 - BOW REGISTRATION
- BOW Camp - BROCHURE
Dear Alberta Fish and Game Association,
My name is Amanda Kadatz, and I just wanted to thank you for sponsoring me to go to Narrow Lake Youth Conservation Camp. I had a blast, made many great friends, and finished my hunters, firearms safety, and boaters safety courses. I was so happy when I found out I had been sponsored to go, but I was even happier when I was there. Any problems in my life melted away at camp. I had never been to a camp before Narrow Lake, and I'm glad Narrow Lake was my first. If it was my only, I would be okay with that, but I would love to attend next year as well to do the advanced courses! Thanks again.
Sincerely, Amanda Kadatz :-)