Clayton Bay Camp has a rich history, dating back some 70 years.
Previously owned by organisations such as Outward Bound and Pembroke School, the camp has seen many children develop the skills to thrive, primarily by introducing outdoor activities based on water sports. Located on a 5 hectare (12 acre) property with direct frontage to Lake Alexandrina (approx. 90 Kilometres South of Adelaide), the camp offers canoeing, kayaking, sailing, rafting and cycling, along with adventure activities designed to help strengthen and support children who for whatever reason have been traumatised, separated from their birth parents, living in care, disabled and otherwise marginalised and at risk.
Camp facilities are comprised of accommodation for 70 children and staff with a large activities building, dining hall, adjoining kitchen, 4 separate bunk rooms, adjacent shower / toilet block, and another 5 bunkhouses. Recently renovated, the camp now presents as a simple, clean, functional and purposeful space.