[Annimated logo: Youth Ambassadors]
[The video starts with a time-lapse of setting up the camp site.]
[Title “Learn-To-Camp at Rouge Park” ]
Every summer Parks Canada, in collaboration with Mountain Equipment Coop,
takes Canadians and newcomers on Learn-to camp adventures.
[It’s now time to learn how to setup a tent!]
It's for friends and family.
It’s a chance to try something new,
to put up a tent and work together.
[Then we see a group of young adults playing a game similar to musical chairs.]
You get to enjoy new experiences.
[Afterwards the group goes to the mountain bike station where they steer around cones, ride over different obstacles and some just learn the basics of riding a bike.]
It's not only about camping, it's about so much more!
Like Mountain Biking for the first time or
[Next, we see Colin and Julia leading an activity designed to help the group learn about different National Parks and National Historic Sites.]
learning about other national parks and historic sites in Canada.
[Then we see the group enjoying themselves in this activity.]
[Then it’s lunch time and the group learns how to make pita panzerotti on a camp stove.]
You can try making something delicious...
maybe eat it too!
[After lunch, they go on an interpretive hike on the trails of Rouge Park with the help of a volunteer guide.]
You can also explore a new place.
Food is always key.
[Then they have a barbecue dinner, followed by camp fire activities including a singalong, making smores, learning techniques for cutting firewood, some storytelling and a singer with his guitar.]
Dancing is optional,
but fun is not.
There's always time to keep learning,
and to sing a song
[The following day starts with a morning stretch.]
See you there?
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