Winter Adventure Weekend

February 7-9, 2020

We’re joining the fun for this year’s annual Clear Lake Country Winter Adventure Weekend!


FREE Guided snowshoe, Sunday Feb. 9
Starting at 1pm on Feb. 9, we will be taking guests on a guided snowshoe. Starting at our beach, we’ll walk North along the frozen surface of Clear Lake, before veering West towards a backcountry spot where a campfire will be waiting with marshmallows for roasting. We’re offering free equipment until supplies run out (approximately enough for 10 participants), so we encourage you to bring your own gear. We expect the trek will take approximately 2 hours from start to finish.

FREE outdoor Snow Yoga, Sunday Feb. 9
Our resident yogi Sarah-Anne Gusdal will be leading an hour long outdoor yoga class beginning at 10:30am on February 9. The class will take place somewhere at camp, exact location will be decided based on weather conditions. Please meet at the Dining Hall.

Tracked cross-country ski trails
Wannakumbac features approximately 3km of beginner friendly cross-country ski trails. Please bring your own equipment if you wish to use our trails.

Snowshoe rentals
If snowshoeing is more your speed, we offer daily rentals (cash only). We recommend trying the Clear Lake Trail or hike along the lake’s frozen shoreline.

Toboggan hill
Aspen Cabin sits atop a picture perfect toboggan slope, complete with flood lights for all night action! We have several crazy carpets and giant inner tubes free to use, but you’re also welcome to bring your own favourite sled.

Skating on Clear Lake
We’ve been keeping a patch of ice clear for skating, steps off our beach front. Some cracks are starting to form, but it still appears safe for skating at this time. Alternatively, we may bring out some broomball equipment for boots-on action!

Accommodations – For floor plans click here

We are offering several budget options to stay with us during the weekend (minimum two nights). Please contact us to book a cabin.

***Special Offer: Breakfast will be available Saturday and Sunday morning, from 8am-11am. $8.00 (cash only) for:

  • Pancakes with sausages
  • Bowl of fresh fruit to choose from
  • Coffee, tea, and juice

Bunk Cabin

  • $50/night
  • Maximum 12 people (6 bunk beds)
  • One large open room
  • NO plumbing (must use Dining Hall bathrooms)

Oak Cabin

  • $250/night
  • Maximum 10 people (10 single beds)
  • Dorm rooms with 2 beds each
  • Common room with mini fridge and microwave (no dishes)
  • Indoor plumbing

Aspen Cabin

  • $350/night
  • Maximum 16 people (2 double beds, 4 single beds, 4 bunk beds)
  • Dorm rooms for 3 or 5 occupants
  • Full service kitchen
  • Common room with TV & DVD player
  • Indoor plumbing

What do we mean by “budget”?

We are offering a winter camp experience! This means ultra-low accommodation prices for you, but also means there’s a few creature comforts that’ll be missing:

  • None of our beds have any bedding. You are required to bring your own pillow, sheets, and blankets (or sleeping bag).
  • We do not provide any personal toiletry items or towels. Please bring your own shampoo, soap, etc.
  • Only some of our buildings have plumbing (however they are ALL heated!). If you are staying in a bunk cabin, you will have to use the washroom and showers in the Dining Hall, which is a very short walk away.
  • None of our cabins have locking doors, so we recommend keeping any important items with you or in a locked vehicle. We assume no responsibility for lost or stolen possessions.