1) Bookings are received on a first come, first served basis.
2) A 50% deposit is required with the application in order to start
3) All fees must be paid in full one month prior to the use of the
4) Breakage deposit: $200. This is refundable upon inspection
of the grounds, building, and contents, provided that Grace Island
is left in the same condition as it was found upon arrival.
5) Any willful damage to the facility or its contents will be billed
to the group ~ this includes missing equipment.
6) All cheques are to be made payable to GRACE TRUST.
7) The electricity charges are included in the rates.
8) Arrival and checkout times: Sunday ~ 2:00 p.m. to 5:00
p.m. Monday to Saturday ~ anytime, provided that there is no conflict
with another groups arrival and departure schedule.
9) Once a booking is finalized, the caretaker is to be notified
prior to either departure time being changed.
10) Bethany Halls dining area has seating for 120 persons.
11) The camp site provides sleeping accommodation for 76 persons
(8 tents, 8 cots per tent; 6 bunk beds).
12) The caretaker is to be given one weeks notice as to how
many tents and cots are required. Each group is responsible for
the raising and lowering of tents, and the assembling and disassembling
13) Each group should provide an emergency boat. The caretaker is
to be notified one week in advance as to how many boats will be
remaining docked at Grace Island, in order that mooring arrangements
can be made.
14) All groups must have a leader in charge who is responsible for
the group at all times. The safety of the group is in the hands
of the leader.
15) For those under eighteen years of age, each group is required
to have at least one leader per ten children. Kitchen staff are
not considered leaders to be counted in this 1:10 ratio.
16) The leader will be responsible for ensuring that the Grace Island
Regulations are adhered to, and that the group is made aware of,
and abides by the Grace Island Campground Rules (given to the leader
at registration along with the Grace Island Inventory List).
17) Immediately upon arrival at Grace Island, the leader is to identify
him/herself to the caretaker and have the one designated to be in
charge of the inventory promptly check and sign the inventory list.
18) As the organizations representative, the leader is directly
responsible to the caretaker and must report any damages.
19) It is the responsibility of each group to provide their own
first aid kit and have at least one certified person who is capable
of administering first aid. Grace Island provides a first aid kit
for emergency purposes only; the caretakers are to be informed of
any items used in order that replacements can be made, ensuring
the kit remains complete.
20) All trash accumulated is the responsibility of each group.
21) The caretaker must be advised of any projects to be undertaken,
for referral and approval.
22) Grace Island may be subject to inspection by the administrative
office staff at any time during the groups stay.
23) The leader is to remain behind until the last group member leaves.
24) The caretaker living on site is on 24-hour call for emergency
25) Grace Trust and Grace Island caretakers claim no responsibility
for the occurrence of any persons injury or damage/loss of
personal property while on Grace Island.