Meals - The bell tolls for all events at PBC and campers run enthusiastically towards the dining hall when it's time to eat. They charge their batteries with healthy an delicious meals x3/day which meet Canadian recommendations for the four food groups while being kid-friendly at the same time; there is a lot of variety for picky eaters.
Meal Times -
Meals are served at the same time each day:
Snacks - Tuck snacks - a variety of beverages and treats (included in the registration fee) - are available in the afternoon; fresh fruit and often cookies or other treats are available in the evenings after chapel to satisfy growing appetites, especially after days full of activity.
Allergies - We are sensitive to the allergies of our campers and provide alternative meals as required. We are a nut-aware facility and do not include any sort of nuts in our food preparation. Please make us aware of any camper allergies using the medical form and through communication with our nurse. Every effort will be made to accommodate your child. If you would like to provide special food for your child, we will also store and prepare it for them during their stay with us.
Food can be the centre of camp life. It brings cabin mates together as they sit around the table and discuss their plans for cabin clean up, highlights of their day, or strategies for the evening game.
Recipes - If you have camped at PBC in the past year, we welcome you to comment on our food, make suggestions, and submit recipes for your favourite dishes (of course, they need to be recipes that are easily made for large quantities and meet kid-friendly requirements).