Overnight Camps for Kids In Toronto, ON
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Every week, teens from across Canada come to Ottawa to discover their country through each other and many exciting adventures!
Debate Camp Canada provides training in public speaking and debating for students eager to improve their skills, confidence and ability with the spoken word.
Sunnyside Up Summer Camp is a summer program that teaches children Sports, Arts, and the basics in First Aid.
A summer DAY CAMP like an overnight camp! We strive to foster independence and emotional growth in a fun, high-spirit setting and care for every child like our own. For Boys and Girls 4 to 14 years old.
A summer camp for girls ages 7 -16 located in the Muskoka area. Once Discovered, Never Forgotten
Cedar Ridge is a Traditional Summer Camp, an Outdoor Education and a Group Retreat Centre.
We help campers to know and be themselves.
Evolve Camps is the Canadian epi-centre of action sports camps for boys and girls ages 5-16. For more than 10 years, Evolve Camps have provided the ultimate in board sports, biking, adventure and travel experiences for its participants.
p.i.n.e. delivers programs for kids and adults that focus on building relationships between self, others, and the environment, all deeply rooted in nature.
Located just north of Richmond Hill, Kettleby Valley offers traditional day camp and overnight camp programs for children ages 5 to 14. With 60 acres of forest and rolling hills, our camp has the feel of a northern camp without the 3 hour drive.
French Day Camps - Kinder Programs - French Overnight Camps
Camp Kawartha has provided summer camp for kids since 1921. We are an award-winning year-round facility with a focus on leadership, outdoor & environmental stewardship.
Digital Media Academy offers the best hands-on technology education for kids, teens and adults on prestigious university campuses!
Camp Nokomis is a residential children's summer camp located in Fergus, Ontario for boys and girls 7 to 16 years of age.
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