May Long Weekend is the kick off to summer, and for many that includes heading out to go camping.
But if you've ever camped in Alberta, you know that Mother Nature doesn't always cooperate.
Brooke Sabourin, Programs Manager with Spray Lake Sawmills Centre said they are offering a fun weekend where campers can stay warm and dry.
"I'm sure some of you have been out for May Long and had to shake the snow off of your tent, or you have to pack everything up and when you get home set it all up again so it can dry out. So we thought we would come up with the perfect option for everyone. You get to have all of the fun of camping, but you get to set up in our facility."
Sabourin said there's going to be lots to do at the May Long Camp Out.
"We're going to do archery tag, we're going to do kite flying, we're going to have a Mario Kart wiggly cart race in our dry pad. Lots of fun things to keep everyone busy."
Campers will also get to use the climbing wall, have a campfire sing-along and enjoy s'mores and a pancake breakfast.
All camp goers are asked to bring their own tents, foamies and sleeping bags on May 20.
They will open the lounge in the evening for the adults to enjoy a beverage while kids play games or watch movies.
Each camp site can accommodate up to six people.
There needs to be a minimum of one responsible adult per camp site.
The cost is $10 per person (Under 2 is free)
You can register for the camp out HERE.