Rustic Camping – An Authentic Family Experience
Hideaway Adventure Grounds is an excellent place to connect with nature with no programing at all. Book Your GetawayCanvas Tent CampingHideaway Adventure Grounds offers a rustic camping experience with self-contained camping areas. There is no power, no water, no wifi …Read More
Hideaway is perfect for day programs and private group functions. Program lengths are adjustable: 2 hours, 4 hours, or 6 hours. Programs can be combined or customized to meet the needs of the group. We can add more hands on …Read More
Adventure Activities We have a variety of activities and experience packages to appeal to individuals and groups, The following is a brief description of adventures we offer on a regular basis a well as some experience packages you can book …Read More
Hideaway Adventure Grounds has applied our Indigenous teachings to design a logo that represents our value and beliefs.
Colors hold meanings for people around the world and Indigenous Peoples of North American hold colors in high regard.
The meanings of the colors have many layers of understanding and as we grow in knowledge, we discover the depth of their connection.
THE LOGO TEACHINGS
The shape of Hideaway Adventure Grounds logo demonstrates we are all connected.
The colors are a combination of the First Nations and Metis Cultures.
First Nation Interpretation of the colors:
• White is in the North position and represents our Elders and knowledge.
• Yellow is in the East position and represents a new day, new beginnings.
• Red is in the South position and represents vitality and growth.
• Blue is in the West position and represents introspection.
Metis interpretation of the colors for the Sash.
• White is for our connection to the earth and the Creator.
• Yellow is for the prospect of prosperity.
• Red is for the blood of the Metis that was shed.
• Blue is for the depth of our Spirit.
• Green is for the fertility of a great nation.
The true reward is a kind word. Hear are some kind words shared from our amazing visitors and guests.
My name is Laurie Thompson and I am the principal Kikino School on the Kikino Metis Settlement. We had opportunity to do a staff wellness event at Hideaway Adventure Grounds on the Kikino Metis Settlement. John proved to be a competent and knowledgeable host to our team and we were very pleased with the activities; Firestarter, Shelter Science, and Bannock on a stick making. The site was clean and well organized!
Cool camp sites, tucked into the landscape. Being on a Metis Settlement is a unique cultural experience. The trails offer great learning experiences about nature and the Metis way of life.
John was an excellent host, The place is beautiful
There’s a couple of trails, lots of birds, coyotes howling at night, meditation spaces and bush.