We have information on our website devoted to day camps here: http://www.ourkids.net/day-camps.php which list where they’re located, age range, and the type of camp. Clicking on any of the camp names will take you to their individual profile page with more information about that camp, including their programs, specialties and session dates. Many camps also offer siblings discounts if you are interested in sending your 10 year old and 13 year old to the same camp. We also have information about toddler camps and programs here: http://www.ourkids.net/toddlers-camps.php In addition, you may like to use our Advanced Search feature that allows you search for specific types of camps in your preferred location, including being able to search by age range, plus additional criteria that's most important to you here: http://www.ourkids.net/camp/camp-search.php Attending the annual Camp Expo each February is also an excellent opportunity to speak with many different types of camps face to face: http://www.ourkids.net/campexpo/ - many families find this a valuable resource to helping narrow down their camp choices and answering their questions.
How long, or short, a camp session should my child attend the first time?
Camp experts say: It depends. Your child's age, independence and previous camp experience are all factors; so is your comfort...read more
A friend told me that the York Regional Police Force were running a camp for troubled teens this year at Algonquin Park. When is this taking place?
The York Regional Police Force does hold Youth Opportunity Camps however we have not heard of anything for this summer...read more
What should I bring if I go to the LONG BAY CAMP - Arts By The Lake camp?
Long Bay Camp - Arts By The Lake camp is a residential (or overnight) camp, therefore campers spend 1...read more