What To Expect
What to Expect at Camp Liberté’s Camp East Location
Imagine. Every day you can select your own adventure! You can choose from a variety of activities. Campers at our Camp East location can choose to go zip lining, canoeing, swimming, fishing, or they can do archery, aquatic games, overnight outdoor camping, crafts or learn about reptiles.
The camp counsellors and supporting staff work diligently to make sure all campers enjoy a wide range of experiences and celebrate summer fun. To top off your stay, we end camp with a fun party to make sure everyone leaves camp with memories to last a lifetime.
It’s without a doubt that getting to camp is an essential step to having summer fun. A Camp Papillon representative will greet all campers flying to the camp at the Montreal-Trudeau airport. This person will transport all campers directly to the camp. Families may also choose to drive their children directly to the campsite.
At the Camp Papillon facility, camp counsellors work with a five-member medical team consisting of one board-certified dermatologist, two resident dermatologists and two nurses. The medical team ensures medical compliance with topical creams and oral medications, along with the proper use of sunscreen. All campers meet the medical team when they arrive.
Camp Liberté campers reside in the Lion Cabin while on the Camp Papillon grounds. The cabin includes 24 beds, two bathrooms with showers, a living room and a craft room. All children sleep in bunk beds.
To power everyone through their activities, all campers are fuelled with three meals along with afternoon and evening snacks. Camp Papillon is a nut-free campsite. All allergies and food restrictions are shared with the cafeteria staff before arrival to ensure any necessary modifications are made for nutritious meals. Campers can bring frozen meals, which are kept in the cafeteria.
Camp counsellors do take photos of the campers, and each child goes home with their own set of photos to remember their time at Camp Liberté.