We are always looking for more ways to make Dauphin Bible Camp a better place for campers, families & the community. With this in mind we have begun adding winter activities that encourage family time.

The Dauphin Bible Camp is please to announce the Dauphin Bible Camp Toboggan Hill (formerly known as Durston Hill). During the preparation phase for the construction of our new Kitchen Dining Hall we purchased the quarter that we are on which included Durston Hill. We realized that the hill had a lot of potential and was an important place for the community of Dauphin. So we have been working hard on making improvements to the hill to make it a safer place for families. Please contact our office for specifics regarding the toboggan hill or how you can be involved in making it a better place.



Interested in renting the hill or tubing at a different time? Contact us.

Please review our TUBING HILL RULES below

  • Use tubing hill at your own risk!
  • Tubing is a dangerous activity.  Serious injury can result.
  • Please do NOT slide in other areas!


Right now we are asking those who love the tubing hill and want to be a part of improving it to sponsor a tube. We are wanting to add 22 commercial tubes to the hill this season. These are commercial grade tubes with a plastic bottom and canvas cover. They also have a loop for easier transport back up the hill. Each tubge costs us $100. You can help by covering the cost of a single tube, 1/2 a tube or multiple tubes. A tax deductible receipt will be issued for all donations. Please fill out this form.



Please review our TUBING HILL RULES

Use tubing hill at your own risk!

Tubing is a dangerous activity.  Serious injury can result.

Please do NOT slide in other areas!


To minimize accidents, all tubers must abide by the following rules:

  1. It is recommended that all tubers wear helmets for their protection.
  2. For your safety please use tubes rather than plastic sleds. No wood or metal devices.
  3. Alcohol or tobacco is not permitted on Camp property.
  4. Tubing allowed only when hill is declared open by the Director, and only during daylight hours.
  5. Adult supervision required at all times.
  6. Tube in a safe & courteous manner in the designated runs only.
  8. Get out of the runway immediately after stopping.
  9. Protect the slide runs - Use paths, don’t walk on runs, keep feet up when sliding.
  10. Building of jumps or other runway alterations is not allowed.
  11. Only DBC Authorized snowmobiles are allowed on the hill during maintenance hours.
  12. Never sit one person on top of another (side by side OK).
  13. DBC is not responsible for lost or stolen articles.
  14. Remember - if you suspect a neck or back injury, do not move the person!  Get help!
  15. By using this tubing hill you agree with the following:
    1. As a condition of use of the tubing area and other facilities, users assumes all risk of personal injury, death or property loss resulting from any cause whatsoever including but not limited to: the risks, dangers and hazards of tubing, skiing and all other recreational activities; collision with natural or man-made objects or with other persons; travel within or beyond the tubing area boundaries; negligence, breach of contract, or breach of statutory duty of care on the part of Dauphin Bible Camp and its directors, officers, employees, instructors, volunteers, agents, independent contractors, subcontractors, representatives, sponsors, successors and assigns (hereinafter collectively referred to as "DBC"). The user agrees that DBC shall not be liable for any such personal injury, death or property loss and releases DBC and waives all claims with respect thereto. The user agrees that any litigation involving DBC shall be brought solely within the Province of Manitoba and shall be within the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of the Province of Manitoba. The Ticket Holder further agrees that these conditions and any rights, duties and obligations as between DBC and the user shall be governed by and interpreted solely in accordance with the laws of the Province of Manitoba and no other jurisdiction.
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I like playing wide games, most of all Bible smugglers. –Taylor (camper)

I like that I get to stay in a cabin with my friends. –Parker (camper)

I like being with God and being his friend. –Anna (camper)

I like to give the opportunity to share the good news of Jesus Christ with all who step on to the camp property. –Andrew (volunteer)

I like all the cabin leaders and staff, because they are all awesome. –Cassidy (camper)

I like the joy in camper’s eyes when they truly realize that someone loves them! –Tim (volunteer)

Being able to live in a Christian atmosphere and not having to deal with unrealistic pressures of today’s society. –Matt (volunteer)

I like learning about God. –Logan (camper)

The opportunity to be thrown out of my box, by doing thing I usually wouldn't encounter. – Ana (volunteer)

I like giving kids the opportunity to hear about God. –Danielle (volunteer)

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We believe in creating well balanced meals for our campers and staff and follow the Canadian Food guide in preparing our menus. are able to meet common dietary requirements.We often have on hand a variety of soy products for those who are lactose intolerant.

We are an allergy conscious camp and as such: 

  • We do not allow peanut or nut products.
  • We use vinyl gloves instead of latex. 
  • Are equipped with Epi pens around the camp.

Some sample meals would look like:




Scrambled Eggs
Milk/Orange Juice


Banana Muffins
Hot/Cold Cereal
Milk/Apple Juice


-Chicken Noodle
Egg Salad Sand.


Grilled Cheese
Tomato Soup


Roast Beef
Mashed Potatoes
Frozen Veggies
Rocky Road Pudding


Spaghetti & Meat Sauce
Garlic Toast

You can download complete sample menus from our downloads section

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It is our desire that each child be able to experience summer camp.

We understand that sometimes parents/guardians come across hard times and find it difficult to meet the fee requirements. This is where DBC along with others have stepped forward to help you as a parent/guardian meet these requirements.

The following is a list of sponsorship's that you may be qualified for.


Sunshine Fund


The Sunshine Fund enables Manitoba children who do not have the financial means through parents, guardians or agencies, an opportunity to attend an accredited Manitoba summer camp.

Dauphin Bible Camp 

One Hope Canada

Dauphin Bible Camp does receive donations to go towards camper sponsorship's that are available through application to the Dauphin Bible Camp. This application can be downloaded on our downloads page.

Do you know of another Scholarship?


We would love to fill this page with opportunities for campers to attend camp. If you know of another scholarship or if you would like to give so a camper can attend camp please contact us. 

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Offering a safe place

to learn, grow & make new friends.

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Contact Us

Ph:(204) 638-5568


Fax:(877) 292-5126

Location: SE35-23-19W

PO Box 686,

Dauphin, MB, R7N 3B3, CAN


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