Camps

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We have a camp for that!

The City of Toronto offers hundreds of high-quality and stimulating camps for children 3 to 17 years old. From science to sports, babysitting to Bollywood dance, at the City of Toronto we have a camp for that!

Camps are offered by Parks, Forestry and Recreation, as well as Museum Services. Before registering for a Parks, Forestry and Recreation camp you will need a Client Number and Family Number.

There are two easy ways to find the right camp for your needs:

  1. Browse by type: Use the table below to explore the variety of camps offered across the city.
  2. Browse by location: Use our map feature to find out which camp locations are most convenient.

Activity camps are designed to give children a fun-filled, action-packed, safe summer. Over the course of the camp session, campers will be involved in arts and crafts, games, sports, special events, outdoor activities and local trips. 

To view registration options, click here.

  

Adventure Camp - General

These action-packed camps have all the ingredients of our activity camps and more. Campers are introduced to a variety of enhanced activities through workshops, special events, special guests and exciting excursions.There are also Adapted Adventure Camps for Children (6-12 years) and for Youth (13+ years) with disabilities. For registration options, click here.

A Week at Aunt Eliza's

Gibson House Museum
July 7-11, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Ages 6 to 8

If you were a member of the Gibson family, who would you be?  Through storytelling, crafts, role-playing and discovery, campers learn about the daily life of children circa 1850. Cooking treats in the kitchen each day completes the experience. Campers need to have celebrated their 6th birthday to attend. Cost is $160 per child. Extended care is available from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. and/or from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.  Cost is $20 for either a full week of morning or afternoon extended care or $35 for both.

Call 416-395-7432 to register.

Academic

A balance between recreational activities and casual learning. Explore learning in a fun and interactive way!

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Adventures in Archaeology

Spadina Museum
June 30-July 11, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 10 to 14

Give your children the rare and exciting experience of being part of an actual archaeological dig. They’ll learn to excavate, analyze and record artifacts and work alongside professionals. Past participants have uncovered artifacts dating from the 19th century. The program includes field trips and games. Book early because spaces are limited! Cost is $360 for 9 days ($45 extra for extended care 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.). Pre-registration required.

Call 416-392-6910 to register.

Arts

A great introduction for any young artist. Campers will explore a variety of art mediums while participating in recreational activities.

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Art Trekkers: Around the World in Art

Todmorden Mills Heritage Site
July 21-25, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 8 to 11

Art forms from around the world are your inspiration as you create rock paintings, shadow puppets, batiks, beaded messages, boomerangs, and more! Cost is $250 per child.

Call 416-396-2819 to register.

Ball Hockey

Campers will take part in the fundamentals of ball hockey. This non-instructional program has a focus on fair-play, sportsmanship and fun! 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Baseball

Campers will take part in the fundamentals of baseball. This non-instructional program has a focus on fair-play, sportsmanship and fun!

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Basketball

Campers will take part in the fundamentals of basketball. This non-instructional program has a focus on fair-play, sportsmanship and fun! 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Behind the Scenes

Scarborough Museum
July 28-August 1, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 5 to 12

Go behind the curtains and lights to discover the secrets to be a Superstar! This camp covers everything from acting and costume props to red carpet arrivals and how to pose for the cameras. Come and get your star on Scarborough Museum's Walk of Fame! Pre-register online at www.toronto.ca/torontofun or call 416-338-4FUN. Please reference Course Code: 2558953. The cost is $171 per child. Extended care is available for $13 per day.

Boys

This camp has all of the ingredients of an Activity Camp and more. Campers are introduced to a variety of enhanced activities through workshops, special events and excursions. This camp is for boys only. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Cooking

Campers will have the opportunity to explore the basics of cooking in addition to great summer recreation activities. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Counsellor-in-Training

A program for youth between the ages of 13-17yrs who have an interest in becoming a City of Toronto camp counsellor. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Cricket

Campers will take part in the fundamentals of cricket. This non-instructional program has a focus on fair-play, sportsmanship and fun! 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Dance

Campers will take participate in a number of different dance styles while still participating in great recreational activities. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Drama

This is the perfect way for young would-be actors to express themselves while taking part in all the fun a summer camp has to offer. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Earth Works

Todmorden Mills Heritage Site
August 18-22, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 5 to 7

Naturalists get ready for a variety of hands-on fun activities!  Campers will learn about bugs and birds by exploring our nature preserve and pond, and create take home crafts made from recycled materials. Cost is $250 per child.

Call 416-396-2819 to register.

Eco

Campers will experience various hands-on eco-activities and workshops while taking part in all the fun a summer camp has to offer. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Eco Extravaganza

Todmorden Mills Heritage Site
August 18-22, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 8 to 11

Environmentally conscious young artists create indoor and outdoor masterpieces in this eco-friendly week of activities. Sculpt with clay, experiment with natural dyes, and create large-scale outdoor sculptures from recycled and found objects! Cost is $250 per child.

Call 416-396-2819 to register.

Fitness

Campers will learn about gaining fitness skills through fun and active recreational programs with a focus on developing confidence and self-esteem. The perfect camp for participants of all fitness levels. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Flapper Camp

Spadina Museum
July 28-August 8, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 8 to 12

1920s Toronto comes to life at Spadina Museum in this fun filled camp.  Radio!  Talkies! The Charleston!  The surrealists! All this and a whole lot more in this jazz-era extravaganza.  Participants will be encouraged to think outside the box, create and express themselves – all while having a great time! Cost is $315 for 9 days ($45 extra for extended care 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.). Pre-registration required.

Call 416-392-6910 to register.

Flashback

Scarborough Museum
July 14-18 & August 18-22, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 5 to 12.

Time travellers wanted!  Flashback to 19th century Scarborough and try your hand at early settler baking, crafts, games and more.   Hopping back in time has never been so easy! Pre-register online at www.toronto.ca/torontofun or call 416-338-4FUN. For the July 14-18 session, please reference Course Code: 2558951. For the August 18-22 session, please reference Course Code: 2558956. The cost is $171 per child. Extended care is available for $13 per day.

Fabulous FUNdamentals

Todmorden Mills Heritage Site
August 5-8 (four day week), 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Age 5 to 7

Have fun exploring the elements of design with projects that make perspective, abstraction, colour theory and composition cool! Cost is $200 per child.

Call 416-396-2819 to register.

Advanced FUNdamentals

Todmorden Mills Heritage Site
August 5-8 (four day week), 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 8 to 11

Created especially for more experienced artists! This program makes design theory fun, with special projects that turn colour, line and form into amazing masterpieces! Cost is $200 per child.

Call 416-396-2819 to register.

Girls

This camp has all of the ingredients of an Activity Camp and more. Campers are introduced to a variety of enhanced activities through workshops, special events and excursions. This camp is for girls only. A consumable fee may be charged at some camp locations. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Gymnastics

This camp is the perfect introduction to the basic principles of gymnastics - roll, tumble and flip into summer fun! 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Heritage Discovery

Campers will be introduced to the people and places of different cultures represented in their community and around the world. Campers will learn cultural traditions and customs through fun group activities and structured crafts. This camp aims to help campers develop an understanding and appreciation of different cultures in a fun and accepting environment.

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

High Park Discovery Camp

Colborne Lodge

High Park Junior Discover Camp (Half Day) - Ages 5 to 6
July 2-4 & August 5-8, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Children are introduced to a camp environment during this half-day program based at Colborne Lodge in High Park. Children enjoy crafts, games, nature activities, a visit to the High Park Zoo and Jamie Bell Adventure Playground and cooking historic recipes inside Colborne Lodge. Pre-registration required. The cost for the July 2-4 session is $57 per child. The cost for the August 5-8 session is $76 per child.

High Park Discovery Camp
Ages 7 to 9: July 21-25 & July 28-August 1, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Ages 7 to 11: July 7-11, July 14-18, August 11-15 & August 18-22, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Your child will enjoy making lemonade in the historic kitchens, visits to the High Park Zoo and Jamie Bell Adventure Playground, playing outdoor games on the lawn (ball games, running games, and water slide), various crafts and artwork inside the Coach House, and searching for insects, butterflies, toads and snakes around the Lodge. The Discovery Camp for Ages 7-11 also includes swimming at the High Park Pool, hikes in the park, and cooking in the
historic kitchen. The cost is $190 per week. Pre-registration and pre-payment
is required. After care is available until 5:30 p.m, for $13 per week.

Call 416-392-6916 to register.

Irish Culture Camp

Montgomery's Inn
July 21-25, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 5 to 14

This camp is an introduction to the whole Irish culture which includes language, singing, dancing, crafts, sports music (including the tin whistle and fiddle). Children are grouped according to their ages. At the end of the week there will a concert so parents and friends can see what they have learned. Pre-registration is required. Cost is $110.00.

Call 416-394-8113 to register.

Junior Chef Camp (March Break)

Montgomery's Inn
March 10 to 14, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 6 to 11

Kids learn to cook in a fun and safe environment! Participants will learn about food from farm to table as they plant their own seedlings. Age-appropriate, hands-on cooking projects may include cake decorating and baking bread in a brick oven. Plenty of active play ensures that everyone works up a healthy appetite! Participants make their own lunches daily, plus take home samples to share with hungry parents. Activities are different each day, so you can choose one day or come for the whole week. Book for the whole week & get your own Montgomery's Inn apron to take home!

Pre-registration required. Book a day or two for $35 plus tax per day, or the entire week for $175 (no tax). Cost includes daily lunch.Extended care 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. available for an additional fee.

Call 416-394-8113 to register.

Made by You

Gibson House
July 21-25, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Ages 9 to 12

Inspired by the Gibsons - created by you!  Explore 19th-century craftsmanship and design. Campers discover their talents with weaving, stitching, painting, drama and more.  Creative hands also cook in the historic kitchen each day. Cost is $160 per child. Extended care is available from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. and/or from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.  Cost is $20 for either a full week of morning or afternoon extended care or $35 for both.

Call 416-395-7432 to register.

March Break Camp - Colborne Lodge

March Break Discovery Camp
March 10-14
9 a.m. to 12 p.m. – mornings hosted by Colborne Lodge
12:45 to 3:45 p.m. – afternoons hosted by the Nature Centre

Your child will enjoy cool weather hikes in the park, and crafts and cooking by the hearth in the historic kitchen.

Call 416-392-6916 to register.

March Break Camp - Gibson House

March Break Adventures: A One-Day Camp
March 11 OR March 12, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Ages 7 to 11

Imagine a visit to the Gibson’s farmhouse in the late winter of 1851.  Children will enjoy making their lunch in the historic kitchen, creating an old-fashioned toy and exploring the life of a child of the nineteenth century. Menu includes Vegetable Soup, Soda Bread & butter, Cayenne cheeses, Dried Apple Pie, Apple Cider (subject to change).

Pre-registration & pre-payment required.  Hearth cooked lunch included. $30 plus tax per child per day. $10 plus tax for AM or PM extended care, $15 plus tax for both.

Call 416-395-7432 to register.

March Break Camp - Scarborough Museum

March 10-14, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 5 to 12

Experience early settler life and a March Break you will always remember!   Have winter fun, learn settler skills, play games, make crafts and cook on the wood stove.   Campers bring a lunch and snacks. Cost is $167 per child. Pre-register online at www.toronto.ca/torontofun or call 416-338-4FUN. Please reference Course Code: 2340169 Extended care offered from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for an additional $26.

Masterpiece Makers

Todmorden Mills Heritage Site
July 21-25, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Age 5 to 7

Paint landscapes, create mobiles, design mosaics, work with clay and make paper mache sculptures as you experiment with a variety of art forms and materials. Cost is $250 per child.

Call 416-396-2819 to register.

Movie Monsters Camp

Spadina Museum
August 11-22, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 8 to 12

In the 1930s vampires, zombies and Frankenstein invaded darkened movie theatres for the first time.  Campers will work together to create their own monster movie classics, which will be screened at the end of the 2 weeks.  Each camper will get their own DVD of the film they help to create. Cost is $350 for 10 days ($50 extra for extended care, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.). Pre-registration required. 

Call 416-392-6910 to register.

Movie Star Camp

Spadina Museum
July 14-25, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 8 to 12

The 1920s marked the beginning of the film age. Campers in this program will explore the medium as it emerged.  They will work together to create their own masterpiece, which will be screened at the end of the 2 weeks.  Each camper will get their own DVD of the film they help to create. 

Cost is $350 for 10 days ($50 extra for extended care, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.). Pre-registration required. 

Call 416-392-6910 to register.

Nature

Explore the world around you in a fun and exciting way. In addition to recreational activities, participants will take part in a variety of nature-based activities. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Ready, Set, Go!

Scarborough Museum
July 7-11 & August 11-15, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 5 to 12.

Run full speed into a week jam packed with sports and games! Let out your inner sports star with this exciting camp in an encouraging environment. It doesn't matter if you are an Olympian or just learning how to play. Everyone can be a MVP! Pre-register online at www.toronto.ca/torontofun or call 416-338-4FUN. For the July 7-11 session, please reference Course Code: 2558950. For the August 11-15 session, please reference Course Code: 2558955. The cost is $171 per child. Extended care is available for $13 per day.

Spadina Safari Camp

Spadina Museum
July 7-11 & August 25-29, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Ages 5 to 7

A small camp of only 15 participants ensures every child has a positive and personal experience.  Children explore a new and different theme each morning through games, storytelling, creating great art projects, and enjoying hands-on activities like historic cooking, garden exploration and dress up play.  Every morning finishes with a fun performance for parents. Cost is $90 for 5 mornings. Pre-registration required.

Call 416-392-6910 to register.

Science

Explore the wonders of science in a fun and informal way while taking part in a variety of recreational activities. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Soccer

Campers will take part in the fundamentals of soccer This non-instructional program has a focus on fair-play, sportsmanship and fun! 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Spellbound

Scarborough Museum
July 21-25 & August 25-29, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 5 to 12

Get your wands ready for a week full of magic and excitement!  Spells, potions and games will whip young wizards into top shape.  Book soon because, just like magic, spots in this popular camp disappear quickly! Pre-register online at www.toronto.ca/torontofun or call 416-338-4FUN. For the July 21-25 session, please reference Course Code: 2558952. For the August 25-29 session, please reference Course Code: 2558957. The cost is $171 per child. Extended care is available for $13 per day.

Sports

Campers will take part in the fundamentals of a variety of sports. This non-instructional program has a focus on fair-play, sportsmanship and fun!

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Sports - Boys

Campers will take part in the fundamentals of a variety of sports This non-instructional program has a focus on fair-play, sportsmanship and fun! This camp is for boys only. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Sports - Girls

Campers will take part in the fundamentals of a variety of sports This non-instructional program has a focus on fair-play, sportsmanship and fun! This camp is for girls only. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Spy Academy

Scarborough Museum
July 2-5 (3 day camp) & August 5-8 (4 day camp), 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Ages 5 to 12

Something mysterious is going on in Thompson Park, and we need your help! Join in as we sleuth, sneak and spy our way through an action packed week. We could tell you more … but its top secret! Pre-register online at www.toronto.ca/torontofun or call 416-338-4FUN. For the July 2-5 session, please reference Course Code: 2558949. The cost is $102 per child. Extended care is available for $7.50 per day. For the August 5-8 session, please reference Course Code: 2558954. The cost is $137 per child. Extended care is available for $10 per day.

Stitch in Time: A Time Travel Adventure

Gibson House
July 14-18, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Ages 8 to 10

Let's visit the past and adventure to the future! Learn about the Gibson family through role-play, cooking, arts and crafts that aim to awaken and foster imaginative play. What do you think Willowdale looked like in the year 1851? What will it look like in 2051? Let's go time travelling and find out! Cost is $160 per child. Extended care is available from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. and/or from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.  Cost is $20 for either a full week of morning or afternoon extended care or $35 for both.

Call 416-395-7432 to register.

The Farmer, the Baker and the Toymaker

Gibson House
August 11-15, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Ages 8 to10

Become a 19th-century tradesperson for a week! Make toys and play games inspired by Victorian childhood favourites.  Campers enjoy an intensive baking experience in the historic kitchen and learn about farm life in the 1850s. Cost is $160 per child. Extended care is available from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. and/or from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.  Cost is $20 for either a full week of morning or afternoon extended care or $35 for both.

Call 416-395-7432 to register.

Volleyball

Campers will take part in the fundamentals of volleyball. This non-instructional program has a focus on fair-play, sportsmanship and fun!

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Young Curators

Gibson House
August 18-22, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Ages 12 to14

Ready for a challenge? The Young Curators program offers an intensive week of hands-on practice in the museum. Learn how the Gibson family lived in their 19th century home by working in the historic kitchen and practicing Victorian handcrafts. Then round out the week by going behind the scenes to explore how museums work. Cost is $180 per child. Extended care is available from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. and/or from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.  Cost is $20 for either a full week of morning or afternoon extended care or $35 for both.

Call 416-395-7432 to register.

Youth

These camps have all of the ingredients of an activity camp and more. Campers are introduced to leadership activities through workshops, special events and excursions. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Skilled instructors and coaches provide specialty art, interests and sports programs for campers who want to develop or fine-tune their skills. 

Acro Dance

Campers will learn a combination of dance and gymnastic moves choreographed to their favourite music. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Animation

Campers will learn a combination of dance and gymnastic moves choreographed to their favourite music. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Arts

Explore a variety of art mediums and artistic expressions through formal instruction such as dance, painting, sketching and drawing. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Arts and Crafts

Campers will have the opportunity to complete a variety of craft projects that they will be able to take home at the end of the week.

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Arts and Nature

This camp combines the study of ecology and art. Campers will have an opportunity to explore their environment, learn about preservation, and identify wildlife and plant specimens. Campers will use their environment as a backdrop for art projects of different media including drawing, painting, relief art and sculpture. Camp will also enjoy traditional camp activities like crafts, games and water play. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Arts and Technology

Campers will enjoy enriching arts and technology activities and create exciting projects to share with their families. Activities may include: mural painting, print-making, science experiments and stop-motion animation.

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Bollywood Dance

Campers will learn the latest Bollywood dance moves and choreography. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Dance

Explore a variety of dance including: ballet, jazz, hip hop and contemporary. A minimum of 2 hours a day will be spent on formal instruction in addition to recreational activities. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Dance Carnival

Campers will be introduced to Caribbean and South American cultures through cooking, dance, music and elaborate costumes. In addition to traditional camp activities, campers will also participate in a Carnival Day performance at the end of the week. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Dance and Drama

In addition to formal instruction in dance, campers will also take part in the mysteries of the theatre through drama coaching, set designs and dramatic performances.

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Dance, Drama, Music

In addition to exploring the mysteries of theatre through drama coashing and dramatic performances, campers will also receive formal instruction in dance and music. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Drama

Step into the spotlight and be prepared to take part in the mysteries of the theatre through drama coaching, set designs and dramatic performances. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Drama and Music

Step into the spotlight and be prepared to take part in the mysteries of the theatre through drama coaching, set designs and dramatic performances. Campers are also provided formal music instruction. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Drama - Behind the Scenes

Campers are given opportunities to experience a variety of "behind the scenes" activities including: photography, video and the written word. Campers will also enjoy active games and activities. A showcase is held on Friday afternoons for campers to show off their achievements. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Drawing and Sketching

Campers will learn the fundamentals of sketching and drawing. A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as perspective and shading using values and tones. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Hip Hop

Campers will learn the latest hip hop dance moves and choreography.

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Music

Music camp is the perfect opportunity for young musicians to enhance their skills. Campers will have formal instruction while having the opportunity to play their instruments throughout the day as well as regular camp activities. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Musical Theatre

Through a mixture of dance, drama and music campers will perform on stage! Special guests may visit the camp and share their experience in the arts. Each session concludes with a performance by camp participants. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Pottery

Through a mixture of dance, drama and music campers will perform on stage! Special guests may visit the camp and share their experience in the arts. Each session concludes with a performance by camp participants. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Visual Arts

Explore a wide variety of art mediums as campers learn the secrets of painting, sketching, drawing and much more.

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Skilled instructors and coaches provide specialty art, interests and sports programs for campers who want to develop or fine-tune their skills. 

Babysitters

This program is a Red Cross certification course in babysitting. Youth will also participate in other camp activities. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Canoe

The ultimate experience for campers wanting to develop their paddling skills. Campers participate in a week-long program that includes paddling trips along the Humber River, hiking in High Park, nature lessons and traditional camp activities. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Computer

Explore the arts and science of computers! Campers will receive computer instruction in a recreational setting. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Cooking

Participants will learn the art of cooking as well as the basics of nutrition and healthy eating, cooking techniques and kitchen safety. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Creative Writing

This camp is for participants who have a story to tell! A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on thought organization, plot and character development. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Digital Animation

Campers will make their own characters and scenes out of clay. Using video cameras, computers and stop motion technology campers will bring their own stop motion film to life. Campers will also participate in traditional camp activities.

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Digital Comic Book Design

Campers will work with one another to create an idea, take digital photos, edit and "comicfy" themselves to create a one-of-a-kind comic book. Campers will also participate in traditional camp activities. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Digital Film Production

Campers will get a chance to be the director! Using computers and video cameras, campers will write, produce, film, act in and edit their own digital films. Campers will also participate in traditional camp activities. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Eco

If your child enjoys nature and being outdoors, this is the camp for you! Your child will participate in a number of nature-based activities including: outdoor excursion and nature crafts plus lots of fun and games.

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

French

Enjoy the summer camp experience in a French immersion setting. Campers will participate in various activities while improving their French skills. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Health and Wellness

Relax and enjoy a week of yoga, Pilates and spa treatments from your friends. In addition to traditional camp activities campers will also learn about healthy eating and wellness. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Kindergarten Preparation

Help your child avoid first day jitters through a structured program that introduces the basics of Jr. Kindergarten. Certified teachers will introduce the wonderful world of kindergarten in a fun and practical way. Daily school routines, classroom “etiquette” and basic curriculum will be the focus during this camp.

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Magic

Build self-confidence as campers develop performance skills and a variety of magic tricks that will amaze family and friends. Through formal instruction, campers will learn card manipulation, rope tricks, balloon sculpture and much more. Traditional camp activities will also be incorporated. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Nature

Designed for campers who love to explore and connect with the outdoor environment. Activities include hiking, crafts and playing nature games. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Outdoor Explorers

Learn the fundamentals of orienteering and nature skills. Participants will have and opportunity to put their nature skills to the test while participating in recreation activities. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Outtripping

Campers spend the first week of this program at Sunnyside Pavilion developing canoe, wilderness and leadership skills. The second week includes a three-night canoe trip in Ontario where campers will paddle on open water and set up camp for an outdoor experience to remember. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Science

Discover the world of science through fun and exciting games, activities and experiments. Activities are designed to help children investigate the properties of science. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Web Design

Participants will use various software to develop their own web page. Campers will also participate in traditional camp activities. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Skilled instructors and coaches provide specialty art, interests and sports programs for campers who want to develop or fine-tune their skills. 

Ball Hockey

Campers will develop the fundamentals of ball hockey. A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as shooting, passing and scrimmages. 

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Ball Hockey - Boys

Campers will develop the fundamentals of ball hockey. A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as shooting, passing and scrimmages. This camp is for boys only. 

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Baseball

Campers will develop the fundamentals of baseball. A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as throwing, hitting and fielding. 

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Basketball

Campers will develop the fundamentals of basketball. A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as dribbling, lay-ups and ball handling techniques. 

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Basketball - Boys

Campers will develop the fundamentals of ball hockey. A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as dribbling, lay-ups and ball handling techniques. This camp is for boys only.

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Bike

This is your chance to learn and practice mountain biking in a safe and fun environment. After spending a day checking equipment and learning manoeuvres, participants will spend the remaining four days biking through local trails. 

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CAN-BIKE

CAN-BIKE 1 curriculum will be combined with games, sports and swimming. Campers will learn traffic theory and safe riding skills. Campers must be able to ride a bike and must bring their own bike, bike helmet and bike lock. 

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CAN-BIKE - Mountain Bike

Campers will learn and practice mountain biking in a safe and fun environment. CAN-BIKE 1 curriculum will be combined with games and rides through local trails, learning mountain biking skills and techniques. Campers must be able to ride a bike and must bring their own mountain bike, bike helmet and bike lock. 

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Cheerleading

Learn basic routines, dances and acrobatic moves. Participants will demonstrate their new skills at our end of the session show. 

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Cricket

Campers will develop the fundamentals of cricket. A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as batting and fielding. 

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Flag Football

Campers will develop the fundamentals of flag football. A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as passing, receiving and offensive and defensive plays will take place in formal instruction and scrimmages. 

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Golf

Campers will develop the fundamentals of golf. A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as form and swing, putting and proper golf etiquette. Due to the nature of the camp, additional greens fees may apply.

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Gymnastics

Campers will work on floor skills such as front roll progressions, handstands and cartwheels. Floor work also includes leaps, jumps and turns and connecting locomotion skills. 

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Hockey

Designed for kids who have always wanted to learn to play the game of hockey but have not yet had the opportunity. By combining ball hockey, learn to skate and basic hockey instruction, participants with no hockey experience will be introduced to the game. All equipment will be supplied during the camp. Participants are encouraged to bring their own skates if they have them. 

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In-Line Skating

Campers will learn the basics of safe in-line skating. Participants must supply their own in-line skates and safety equipment.

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Lacrosse

Campers will develop the fundamentals of lacrosse. A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as stick handling, passing and fielding. 

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Martial Arts

Campers will receive formal instruction in martial arts in addition to traditional camp activities. 

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Skateboarding

Campers will learn the basics of safe skateboarding. Participants must supply their own skateboard and safety equipment. 

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Soccer

Campers will develop the fundamentals of soccer. A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as kicking, passing and heading. 

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Soccer - Boys

Campers will develop the fundamentals of soccer. A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as kicking, passing and heading. This camp is for boys only. 

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Sports

Campers will develop the fundamentals in a variety of sports. A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on developing their skills through drills, practice and play. 

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Sports - Boys

Campers will develop the fundamentals in a variety of sports. A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on developing their skills through drills, practice and play. This camp is for boys only. 

To register visit FUNOnline and search for the camp name.

Sports - Girls

Campers will develop the fundamentals in a variety of sports. A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on developing their skills through drills, practice and play. This camp is for girls only. 

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Swim

Campers will take part in Ultra Swim: Small Group lessons for 30 minutes a day at a City of Toronto pool. Lessons will be combined with recreational activities. 

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Tennis

Campers will develop the fundamentals of tennis. A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as a forehand, back hand and serving. 

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Track and Field

Campers will develop the fundamentals of a variety of track and field sports A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as a throwing, running and jumping. 

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Volleyball

Campers will develop the fundamentals of volleyball A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as a bumping, setting and serving. 

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Volleyball - Girls

Campers will develop the fundamentals of volleyball A minimum of 2 hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as a bumping, setting and serving. This camp is for girls only.

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Water Polo

Campers will be introduced to water polo skills and drills. Campers will also participate in traditional camp activities. Campers must be able to swim one length of the pool. 

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The Extended Care option provides supervised care before and/or after camp for children registered in Parks, Forestry and Recreation camp sessions. You can choose from all-day or 1/2 day camps for Early Child (3-5 years), Child (6-12 years) and Youth (13+ years).

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