Registration Information

Important Dates and Times

July 17th 2:00 pm - Bellesera Leadership Training Begins
(Girls aged 13-17)

Arrival: Do not arrive before 2:00pm. Ensure that you eat lunch prior to arrival.
Parent/legal guardian must accompany minors to the Registration Tent and sign them in.

NOTE: Registration closes at 3:30pm. If you are arriving after 3:30pm it is important that you notify our Registrar so we can accommodate your arrival. Thank you.

July 22nd 2:00 pm - Captivenia Begins for Maidens
(Girls aged 8-12)

Arrival: Do not arrive before 2:00pm. Ensure that you eat lunch prior to arrival.
Parent/legal guardian must accompany minors to the Registration Tent and sign them in.

NOTE: Registration closes at 3:30pm. If you are arriving after 3:30pm it is important that you notify our Registrar so we can accommodate your arrival. Thank you.

July 27th ~ Mass, Final Ceremony and Lunch 

11:00 am - Mass. Families and friends welcome.
12:15 pm - Captivenia Farewell Ceremony in castle courtyard
1:30 pm - Lunch. RSVP to if you wish to join us for lunch. Cost: $15/person, $60/family
2:00 pm - Camper checkout.

July 27th 2:00pm - Captivenia Ends

Parent/legal guardian are required to sign-out minor with the Captivenia Registration Team before taking them off the property. Thank you for helping us account for the souls entrusted to our care!


All Maidens, Bellesera, Team & Adult Participants must complete online registration to secure their spot. We offer three payment options:

1) Credit Card (preferred)
Online at the end of the registration process.

2) Cheque made payable to “Catholic Kids Net, Inc.” and mailed to:

Catholic Kids Net, Inc.
43 Maligne Drive
Devon, AB T9G 1P7

3) E-transfer to
Please provide first and last name of the person you are sending payment for, and the session they are attending. (ie. Jane Smith, Maiden)

Packing List

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Money (Only if you wish to purchase Captivenia swag.)

Jeans and shorts (read apparel guidelines here)

Warm Jacket

Warm Sweater

Toque and gloves (For cold mornings and nights.)

Socks. Lots of socks! (To ensure you always have dry, warm feet.)

Sturdy Shoes: Running or Hiking. **These should be broken in before coming to camp.  (You can do this by wearing for 5 or more days prior to camp, doing this will allowing boots to form to your feet and will be less likely to cause blisters.)

Rain Wear. Very important! High quality waterproof jacket & pants or poncho. (Cheaper versions will be torn in bush, so if choosing these items please purchase multiples.)

Rubber boots

Warm Pajamas (consider onesie or long underwear in case of a cold night)

Journal/notebook and pens

Bible & Rosary

Medieval Banquet Dress (Dressing for the theme is optional, although the majority of girls and moms love this experience.) Please keep modesty in mind!

Hand/foot warmers! (Hotties)

Underwear (one for every day at camp plus extra)

Extra Shoes (We will spend time in the forest and at the river; pack accordingly)

Toiletries in waterproof container: Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Dental floss, Brush and Hair Accessories, Deodarant and Small Mirror (optional).

BIODEGRADEABLE ONLY: Soap/body wash, shampoo & conditioner.

Bath Towel & Facecloth (2)

Feminine Hygiene products

Flip Flops for showers

Swimming Suit


Flashlight with Extra Batteries

Bug Spray, After-bite and Sun Screen

WATCH - Bellesera need one

2-4 Large Garbage Bags (for wet clothes and dirty laundry)

Assorted sizes of ziploc baggies (these always come in handy)

Warm Sleeping Bag (see Tips for Good Sleep) and Extra Blanket (Official Captivenia Blanket available in online store)

Closed cell foam sleeping mat, single width foamy, exercise mat, or air mattress

Small pillow

Daily Medication. Review our Medication Policy to ensure compliance.

Meresera: Additional Items

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Heavy duty leather work gloves

Sturdy hiking boots (waterproof is best)

Work socks

Rubber boots & rain gear

Earplugs & sleeping mask

Backpack or fanny pack &/or leather belt to carry water bottle, radio and other essential items

Shovels, pitch forks, and other gardening implements for scene construction
Please make sure everything is labeled

Tools if you are into construction
Please make sure everything is labeled

Flashlight &/or Headlamp for night-time work

Insulated coffee mug (this will conserve on usage of paper products)

Refillable water bottle or canteen

Tips for Good Sleep

We find the nights are a particular challenge for campers, as temperatures can get quite low. The girls sleep on elevated cots, so the cold air can permeate air mattresses and sleeping bags from the ground up.  As girls are often not able to sleep when they are cold, we recommend the following for a good night's rest:

1)  Exercise (yoga) mat/closed cell mat to provide an impermeable layer between the cot and the sleeping bag. (Walmart, Amazon, Camper's Village, MEC)

2) Single width foamy, air mattress or similar (to make cot more comfortable).

3) Warm sleeping bag (the higher the rating the better).

4) Warm clothing for sleeping. Girls who wear ‘onesies,’ sweats or leggings, socks and hoodies (or toques) get the best rest. Encourage your daughter to dress in layers for bed.

5) Place luggage under cot on plastic (heavy duty garbage bag work well) to provide additional barrier to cold. 

6) Remember to purchase your Official Captivenia Toque & ‘Blankie’ to use as a sleeping bag liner and for extra warmth!!

Captivenia Uniform

To ensure a good sense of team unity, we require all program participants to wear official Captivenia t-shirts, hoodies and caps.

Every registation includes: one t-shirt, one cap and water-bottle. Additional purchases can be made during the registration process by logging into Registration Portal.

Please be sure to place your camp clothing orders by May 25th,  to avoid disappointment. For those who order after May 25th, our team will do it's best to meet preferred size requests.

1) Captivenia T-shirts: We recommend a minimum of three t-shirts for Maidens (8-12 years old) and six for Bellesera (13-17 years old).

2) Captivenia Cap: Additional available for purchase Registration Portal.

3) Captivenia Hoodie: If possible, in case one gets wet, two hoodies are ideal.

4) Pants/Jeans/Shorts/Capris: Navy blue. Please do not bring 'short' shorts. See guidelines below.

5) Recommended: Rain-Wear be Navy in color if possible.

NOTE: Our Captivenia Hoodies are highly popular and will likely not be available for “last minute purchases” at camp. To avoid disappointment order at time of registration.

Realm Apparel

In order to respect the local customs of Captivenia and the Realm of Lumenorus, please abide by the following guidelines:

» Pants, shorts, and capris must be denim or navy. Please do not bring leggings or yoga pants.

The guideline we offer for shorts is that when standing with your arms down at your sides, the bottom of the shorts reaches the length of the middle finger. 

» Please refrain from modifying the Captivenia t-shirts by cutting off or rolling up the sleeves.

TIP: Old jeans cut at the appropriate length and rolled up at the bottom are a popular choice!

Thank you in advance!

Logowear Size Chart

Ladies General Sizing Guide
Numeric Size4-68-1012-141618-20
Youth General Sizing Guide
Numeric Size10-1214-16
Sleeve Length—CB26-27.5”27.5-29”


Forbidden Items

These items will be confiscated.

✦ Cell phones (we have a camp phone for emergencies only)
✦ Electronic entertainment devices (ie. IPODS, PSP, etc.)
✦ Matches or other fire starting materials
✦ Knives/blades or other weapons
✦ Food or drinks to respect safety protocols regarding local wildlife.

Directions to Camp from Turner Valley

» From Turner Valley, travel west on Hwy 546 for about 6 km

» Turn left (south) on to Township Rd 200. This is a dirt road immediately across from Bar-N Ranch. (Note: Captivenia Signage will be posted.)

» Travel for 1 km (east)

» Turn right (south) onto the Britton property

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Mass, Final Ceremony & Lunch

July 27th

11:00am - Mass » Families & Friends Welcome

12:15pm - Ceremony in Castle Courtyard » Award Ceremony and Captivenia Farewell

1:30pm - Lunch » RSVP to Registrar, if you wish to join us for lunch. Suggested Minimum Donation: $15/person, $60/family.

2:00pm - Program Checkout » Parents/legal guardians are required to sign out minors with the Registration Team before departing property.

Fundraising Ideas for Girls!

We are always inspired by the initiatives undertaken by Maidens and Bellesera who raise funds to cover their fees and other costs.  Girls as young as eight or nine have shared how they have collected bottles, set up lemonade stands, sold baking and more, to raise funds toward Captienia!  How inspiring is that!!  Follow the link below for ideas and inspiration to help you get started with your own personal Captivenia  Fundraising campaign!

Fundraising Ideas »