Whether your kids are interested in sports, academics, arts & crafts, wilderness camps or just anything else, there are variety of summer camps available in & around the Toronto city!
Here's the list we put together of some of our favourites based on camper experiences, and trying to keep in mind all different age levels and interests.
Location : 1033 Pape Ave, Suite 2 (HQ)
Sports Camp Canada (SCC) is the official operator of Nike Sports Camps in Canada.
Their 3 core sports are Soccer, Tennis, and Basketball, but they also provide camps for lacrosse, Volleyball, Hockey, Baseball and more. SCC camps provide great environment to better your game, meet new friends, laugh hard, and have serious fun.
Checkout their website here to discover various sports camps SCC is offering this summer to find the best option for your kid(s).
Camp Location : St. George Campus of University of Toronto, 27 King's College Circle
Digital Media Academy (DAA) offers a great hands-on technology education for kids, teens and adults. DMA provides tech camps and STEM courses at various locations across Canada.
In Toronto DMA offers a variety of STEM courses for kids and teens, covering topics like video game coding, java programming, robotics, filmmaking, and more. Students can create their own animation sequence, design a wearable tech outfit, build their own laptop, or 3D print something awesome, all while learning important 21st-century skills like teamwork, leadership and critical thinking.
Location : Multiple locations across GTA
Atlantis Programs Inc. and Pedalheads® provides innovative and effective programs for learning bike and swimming for kids 2-12 years old. They provide cycling, swimming and superhero programs that are safe, fun & challenging and also promote kids’ health and development.
This year the Design Exchange has introduced a new line up of camps that focus on everything from Tasty Design to Robots at Play.
Through merging both tradition and innovation, the camps will give kids first-hand knowledge of how design can change the world.
Locations : Classes at 4 locations- Crescent School, The Sterling Hall School, Kingsway College School & The Bishop Strachan School.
Debate Camp Canada offers summer training programs in public speaking, debating and Model United Nations to students helping to boost their skills, confidence, and ability with the spoken word!
Location : 14 - 1170 Sheppard Avenue West Toronto
Mad Science is the provider of science based enrichment activities that spark imaginative learning in children ages 4-12. This summer they are offering various innovative camps & workshops to help kids learn about science. These programs are unique, entertaining, educational and hands-on science experiences for children.
Location : Multiple locations. Click here to know the details
If you are looking for some Theatre camps for your kid this year, The Great Big Theatre Company (GBTC) might be a great option for you. GBTC promotes drama education for young people and the development of drama programs and productions for audiences of families and children.
They have various upcoming summer camps this year for various age groups. Their programs includes plays, mime, improvisation, theatre games, musical theatre, work with simple sets and costumes, and an end-of-week public performance and many more activities.
For a complete listing of summer camps ideas including schedule information and pricing, head to our summer camps listing page in Toronto. Local camp providers add new camps & classes to our website daily, so we have 100+ camp schedules that you can easily filter through based on age, interests, and specific dates. Easy peasy.
If you work for a business offering summer camps, get started and list your camp (it's free!).