Kids do more at City of Toronto Day Camps

The City of Toronto offers hundreds of high-quality and stimulating camps for children 4 to 17 years old. City camps are conveniently located across the city; are safe and staffed by experienced and trained counsellors and offer subjects and experiences for a range of cultures, interests and communities.

It's almost time for Summer Camp registration! Do you have your Client & Family Number?

Before registering your child for a City of Toronto Summer Camp, you will need a Client & Family number. Make sure you're ready for registration day - click here and follow the directions to register for an account.

Summer Camp Registration Dates:

  • ETOBICOKE: March 5
  • SCARBOROUGH: March 6
  • NORTH YORK: March 8
  • TORONTO: March 9

Full details coming soon.

Need a March Break Day Camp? See Below!

Browse By Location - NEW AND IMPROVED!

Want to see which camps are being offered in your neighbourhood? Click on our interactive map below to locate the camps most convenient for you. This new mapping feature allows you to filter your results by season, age, type of camp, etc.

Museums & Heritage Services



11 Colborne Lodge Drive, South end of High Park 416-392-6916

March Break Discovery Camp - Ages 7 to 10
Monday to Friday, March 14 to 18, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Extended care - 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Children will discover and build Victorian gadgets, explore and map High Park and create an installation in the house.  In the historic kitchen children will cook tasty Victorian treats and invent their own cookie creations. $190 for the week. Add $14 for extended care. Registation begins February 1.

5172 Yonge Street, at Park Home Avenue 416-395-7432 

March Break Adventures: A One-Day Camp for Ages 7 to 11
Monday, March 14 OR Tuesday, March 15, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Become a heritage chef by cooking a full heritage meal over the historic hearth.  Learn how Mrs. Gibson would have cooked by making and sampling heritage recipes. Campers also make heritage inspired crafts and play games. Pre-registration and pre-payment required.  Hearth-cooked lunch included. $30 plus tax per child per day. Extended care available 8 to 9 a.m. and 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Add $10 plus tax for morning OR afternoon; $15 plus tax for both. Register your camper by calling 416-395-7432 or emailing

4709 Dundas Street West at Islington Avenue 416-394-8113

Junior Chef Camp for Ages 6 to 11
March 14 to 18, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Kids learn to cook in a fun & safe environment! Participants will learn about food from farm to table as they meet a farmer, attend the on-site farmers market (Wednesday only), or 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. Pre-registration required. $175 for the week.(Includes lunch)

1007 Brimley Road, just north of Lawrence in Thomson Memorial Park 416-338-8807

March Break Camp for Ages 5 to 12
March 14 to 18, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Experience 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. $183 per child. Extended care is extra. Pre-register for these camps online at or call 416-338-4FUN (4386).  $183 for five days.

Course Code:  2781146
8 to 9 a.m.  Extended Care Code: 2781920 - $14 for five days
4 to 5 p.m.  Extended Care Code: 2781911 - $14 for five days


South end of High Park on Colborne Lodge Drive 416-392-6916

March 12 to 20, 12:30 to 4 p.m. (Ages 3 & Up)
Drop in for a tour of the historic house and a children’s activity. Make it a day in High Park for you and your family! The Lodge is located close to both the Jamie Bell Adventure Playground and the High Park Zoo. Adults $6.19, Seniors/Youth $3.54, Children $2.65 (plus tax)  

250 Fort York Boulevard 416-392-6907 press "0"

March 14 to 18, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Looking for a day of adventure during March Break? Just bring your family down to Fort York National Historic Site! At this authentic War of 1812 fort, children will have fun trying soldiers' drill classes, officers' sword drill, and dressing up in costumes. Visitors can sample treats from the 1826 historic kitchen as they visit the fully restored Officers' Mess. Learn about the Fort's exciting history through colorful exhibits. Pick up a Kids' Guide to Fort York and have fun finding the clues to complete its games and puzzles throughout their  tour. Audio tours are available in our Museum Store where you can browse a wide selection of items for all ages. No registration required. Admission: Adults: $7.96, Children $3.76, Seniors & Youths $4.87, (plus tax); children 3 years and under are free.

82 Bond Street 416-392-6915

March 12 to 20, Mon. to Fri.: 12 to 4 p.m.; Sat. & Sun.: 12 to 5 p.m.
Drop in for some Victorian fun! Typeset your name on the 1845 printing press, make a craft to take home, and have a cookie in the historic kitchen. Adults $6.19, Seniors/Youth $3.54, Children: $2.65 (plus tax)

285 Spadina Road 416-392-6910

March 12 to 20, 12 to 5 p.m.
Bring the family to Spadina, where you will play games, and have hands-on fun in the historic kitchen - all set in this beautifully restored 1920s environment. Adults $7.96, Seniors/Youth (13-18 yrs.) $5.75, Children (6-12 yrs.) $4.87 (plus tax), Children (5 and under) Free.

Bottom of Pottery Road, East of Bayview Avenue, West of Broadview Avenue 416-396-2819 

March 12 to 20, Wed. to Fri., 12 to 4 p.m.; Sat. & Sun., 12 to 4:30 p.m.
Drop in for March Break fun and games in the Valley! Visit our historic Cottage to sample a tasty treat, and discover toys and games popular in generations past. Look for signs of spring in the Wildflower Preserve with a round of outdoor nature bingo. Make a unique take-home craft. Adults $7.08, Students/Seniors: $4.42; Children $3.76 (plus tax).

Notice for Special Needs

City of Toronto Museums Camps provide enriching environments for participants with a wide range of interests and needs. Museums camps are not, however, able to provide one-on-one supervision or specific medical assistance. Please contact the individual sites for more information.

Parks, Forestry & Recreation