Top Summer Camps in Regina
Look no further than these camps below for a fun summer camp for children of all ages in Regina
Run by the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, summer cool camps are jam-packed with indoor & outdoor fun, stories, crafts, games, experiments, gallery visits and more. Some days even include special guests visiting our camp or off-site activities and field trips.
Past themes that included dinosaurs, wild animals, anthropology, environment, marine life and plants.
Learn, grow & create at the conservatory summer camps. No matter how old or young you are, creative arts are essential to a full and rice human life.
Their day camp program offers school aged children a positive approach to learning some of the basics of performing and visual arts. Camps cover a wide range of activities, including dance, pottery, musical theatre, drama, music, and more.
Prairie Sky School educates children holistically through Art, Community, and Nature. Our summer camps offer exceptional summer programming and childcare. Weeks are planned according to a theme that encompasses the activities. Each day includes arts, music, games, outdoor excursions, science experiments, and sports. Every week ends with a Party Day that includes dress-up, pizza, games, crafts, and a water fight!
Designed and created by teachers, architects and engineering professionals, their hands-on curriculum introduces children to concepts of engineering, architecture and mechanics using LEGO bricks. Lessons from math, science, language arts and social studies are integrated and discussed. Themes such as Transportation, Space, Invention, Robotics and more provide variety and ensure a high level of interest and enthusiasm among their students.
This half day camp is for ages 7-12 years of age. This camp runs for four days in the morning. The activities for this camp includes: riding lessons, horse theory classes, farm animal fun, crafts, games and archery. This is a good introductory camp for young kids looking for some fun summer activities to explore new interests.
This years camp will feature players from across Western Canada and the United States. Bantam Pre-Season Showcase & Evaluation Camp is a very competitive event looking to attract dedicated individuals, who will be eligible for the Western Hockey League bantam draft. This camp is coordinated by former Nashville Predator scout, Mike Rooney and has seen hundreds of former participants move onto elite bantam, midget, Junior A, WHL and NHL.This is one event all players do not want to miss.
The staff at K4K are fun, outgoing individuals who are passionate about working with children. Using self-directed behaviour and conflict management techniques, children are able to learn important life lessons and social skills. Through creative, educational, and physical activities, we create a caring atmosphere for children while giving their parents/caregivers peace of mind knowing their children are safe and having fun.
EYES (Educating Youth in Engineering & Science) is a science and engineering education program for the youth of Regina and southern Saskatchewan.
EYES Camp provides hands-on activities within science, engineering and technology. Groups are separated by age and explore a theme day’s subject through a variety of fun filled experiences.
The University of Regina offers a wide range of activities from sports, to visual arts, to science.
The Summer Sports School for children aged 4-12 provide with opportunities to participate in a variety of different sports, aquatic and other physical activities in a safe, fun and non-competitive environment. The Visual Art component will provide children of all ages with an opportunity to explore their visual art creativity--no previous experience is necessary. The Science Component for children aged 8-12 will provide campers with opportunities to engage in a variety of science based activities and learning opportunities in a safe, fun, and welcoming environment.
St. John Bosco Wilderness Camp is an invitation to people to live, learn and share with each other in the natural environment that God has provided us with and to develop a greater awareness and responsibility towards it.
Through this medium, campers are encouraged to grow physically, mentally and spiritually, realizing God in all aspects of life.
Here's to a happy, safe, and fun summer!
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With so many amazing camp providers in Regina, we still wanted to mention a few others who have had soaring review from kids and parents alike: