Summer Camps

Summer Camp Programs Guide

The summer season gives parents a great opportunity to expose their children to new experiences. It’s a time for making new friends, enjoying new experiences and maybe even discovering a new passion.

The Ultimate Sports Camp – Good Sports

Good Sports is a multi-sport camp program from Earthbound Kids which includes instruction and skill development each day. It’s main focus is game play and being a positive team player while having fun with friends.

March Break Camps GTA

March Break Camps & Programs Guide

Spring Break is just around the corner! Plan now for a fun and enriching week, register for March Break programs and camps in a wide range of interests like athletics, science, horseback riding or art.

Winter Break Camps Guide

Winter Break Camps Guide

It’s time to start thinking about Winter Break and how you will keep the kids busy over the two week school break. Most camps are now taking registrations for single day and full-week programs. See below for a selection of …

Winter Break Camps Guide

Summer Camp

Why go to summer camp?

Summer camp! The defining Canadian growing-up experience. So much fun, but more than that … so much learned.

At first glance, camp is a place for kids to learn to swim, sing or speak Spanish. But look closer.

Dealing with Homesickness at Camp

When my kids were heading off to overnight camp last season, I had a lot of anxiety about homesickness. The reason? As a child I would NEVER have attended camp — I wouldn’t even go for a sleepover.

Boy at Camp with Frog

Summer Camps 101

If you are considering enrolling a child in a summer camp for the first time, you could be overwhelmed with the choices out there. Here are some pointers to help you narrow down the field and determine which camp is ‘better’ for your child.

Summer Camp programs

Camps For Every Budget

There is no doubt that camps and programs offer great benefits for children and teens. However, sometimes parents struggle to find the necessary funds. The cost of an overnight camp starts at $300 a week and runs as high as $1,000 weekly a figure out of reach for many families.

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