Everything you need to know to ensure your child gets the most out of their experience at Daybreak Point Bible Camp
What is Camp like?
If you’ve never been to camp before then you are in for a treat. We are committed to making your child’s week at Daybreak Point Bible Camp on Anvil Island unforgettable. We accomplish this through amazing food, energetic staff, quality chapel time and entertaining programs.

There are tons of activities during your week up at Daybreak Point Bible Camp on Anvil Island: Wakeboarding, Tubing, Waterskiing, Water Trampoline, Slide, The Summit Slide, Archery, Riflery, Challenge Course, Hiking, Out Trips, Crafts, Frolf, Beach Volleyball, Kayaking, Canoeing, Fishing, Outdoor Sports, Gym Sports, Wide Games, time in our Indoor Chapel & our beautiful new Outdoor Chapel and much more!

Camp Staff


Each week brings about 85 volunteer staff members dedicated to making this week an awesome experience for your child. Each camp has a Nurse or Doctor on staff, 4 certified lifeguards and 2 advanced first-aid attendants. The majority of our staff have served for many consecutive years and all have pre-camp training, criminal record checks and reference checks. A typical cabin has a Sr. Cabin Leader and a Junior Cabin Leader for 10 kids. We are committed to making this a safe, fun and loving environment for your child.

At Daybreak Point Bible Camp, we have our very own 'general store' called Canteen. It's jam packed with all sorts of snacks, swag & supplies. You can send an allowance with your camper and we will set up an account for them to make daily purchases (although, there is a daily limit on the candy #saynotocavities). Each year we release an amazing line of Anvil inspired T-Shirts, Tanks, Long Sleeve Shirts, Hoodies, Hats, stickers, Water Bottles, Mugs and much much more! We also give bibles to campers who would like them and we sell toothbrushe, shampoo and other camper essentials.

Sample Schedule

There’s lots on the go each and every day at Daybreak Point Bible Camp. Each week on Anvil is unique to each camp, with so many different themes and amazing activities. That said, we’ve outlined a typical structure or a day at camp so you can get a sense for the amazing experience your camper has in store.

SAMPLE Breakfast

Porridge with Raisins/Brown Sugar
Toast (butter/jam options)
Apple/Orange Slices/Grapes
Orange Juice/Milk/Tea/Coffee


Taco Salad (Vegetarian Option Available)
Taco Chips, Refried Beans, Salsa, Olives
Onions, Sour Cream, Cheese, Dressing
Lettuce, Tomato
Cookies for Dessert


Lasagna (Vegetarian Option Available)
Caesar Salad
Garlic Bread (Bread made from scratch)
Dessert: Brownies


Pop Corn (movie night)
Hot Chocolate/Water/Tea/Coffee

Camper Mail



Care to send your child a little note from home? Perhaps you've got someone special you can't spend a week apart from without penning them a poem about your undying love? Whatever the case, you can send mail to the island at the details below:

Address all mail with the details below:

[Camper First & Last Name] 
[Camp Number (ex: "Camp 6" ] 
c/o Daybreak Point Bible Camp  
P.O. Box 51, Lions Bay, BC  V0N2E0

Please Note: 

* This mailbox is only operational during July & August.
* We recommend sending mail the week before the camper goes to camp to try and ensure delivery.
* Too many hearts, smooches and doodles on the envelope may result in your letter being read aloud in front of the entire camp at lunch. You've been warned!


We have outlined some of the most Frequently Asked Questions from campers for you to skim through.



Still Curious

Did we miss a very important detail? Don't fret—you can contact us directly and we wil do our best to get you the info you're looking for in due time. Who know's, if it gets asked enough it might even become a FAQ down the road!

I want to find out more information on the Summer Camp Programs you offer.

Click ‘Register Now’ to find information on all of our camps, and how to register.

What should I bring to Camp? And what not?

In no particular order:
Sleeping Bag, Pillow, Water Bottle, Bible, Flashlight, Toiletries, towel, swimsuit, sandals, runners, clothes you can get dirty in, clean clothes (enough for a week!), a clean pair of socks, Bug Spray, sunscreen.
What not to bring:
Cell Phones, iPods, Knives, banned substances, alcohol, cannabis products, your pet Hamster - these will be collected on the first day for secure (locked) storage during your week.

I want to find out about what's going on at Daybreak

All of our newsletters, projects, and upcoming events can be found through the ‘News and Events’ link from the ‘Home’ page.

What do I bring? Where is the Boat? What Happens Next?

Click HERE to get answers to all of the above

I'm registered for camp, but now can't go. What's the cancellation policy?

Sorry you can't come up to camp this year!  If you cancel up until a week before camp, we will give you a full refund, less a $25.00 registration fee.

Can I attend multiple weeks of camp as a camper?

We want as many children and teens as possible to have the “Anvil Camp Experience”.  Therefore each camper is only allowed to register for one week of camp each summer. If your child was interested in attending a second week, please contact the office and we will be happy to discuss this with you further.  Thank you!

Do you have a family rate?

We have a special family rate. You will pay full price for the first two children, but every child after that will be 40% off. This discount is automatically applied when you register all children at the same time. If you have any questions, please contact us in the office.

When will I get a call from my cabin leader?

Because we will be filling cabins right up to the end - you should expect a call just prior to camp starting. If you still haven't heard from them and camp is starting within 2 days - call the office.

Are there really Hougars at camp?

You'll have to wait an see.