Camp Quest Ireland

Camp Quest is a secular summer camp programme for children aged 7-17, dedicated to improving the human condition through rational inquiry, critical and creative thinking, the scientific method, self-respect, ethics, competency, democracy and free speech. The overall purpose is to provide interested children, regardless of their personal beliefs, with a summer camp free from religious dogma. The camp is dedicated to the advancement of tolerance, empathy, self-respect, self-expression, rationality, critical and creative thinking, cooperation, and ethics.
The camp’s programmes and activities introduce campers to the history and ideas of freethought. Campers also learn about science, the scientific method, critical thinking, and world religions. Campers are taught that ethical behaviour is not dependent on religious belief and doctrines, and that non-religious people are also good and fully capable of living a happy and meaningful life.
The camp’s programmes and activities also include what is usual for summer camps: crafts, drama, games, sports, singing etc.
This year Camp Quest Ireland will be a weekend day camp in the Teachers’ Club in Dublin. Any interested children are welcome with older (16 & 17 year olds) campers able to take part as councillors in training with some limited responsibility over the younger campers.

Camp Quest Ireland


What: Camp Quest Ireland

When: 31st July and 1st August

Where: The Teachers’ Club, Parnell Square West, Dublin.

Cost: €50.00

Contact: [email protected] or 087-299 5484


Volunteers are urgently required so please get in touch as soon as possible.

If you are interested in volunteering you can make contact here!