Aurora camps

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Find camps throughout the city of Aurora listed here, including camps and summer programs serving The Hills of St. Andrew, Bayview Northeast, Bayview Wellington,  and Aurora Estates, Highland, and Heights.  Read more

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    Types of camps in Aurora

    Aurora’s wide variety of kids and teens’ day camps fall under arts, sports, and technology topics. Children ages 2 years old and up exercise their body and minds through hands-on learning. There are many different types of camps. 

    Art and sports camps are offered as specialised or multi-disciplinary camps. In the former, kids and teens refine their skills in a specific activity such as drawing or soccer. Educational camps provide kids with academic enrichment opportunities, where they can further develop skills in math, science, or writing. Test preparation courses and homework help are also offered. Campers often receive one-on-one support at these camps. Multi-activity camps are the most popular.

    Overnight camps provide Aurora youth with an opportunity to explore their city’s landscapes, wildlife, and culture. Traditional, multi-activity camps are typically conducted over the course of a week, and completely immerse children in all activities. At these camps, kids and teens explore Aurora’s natural world and participate in group activities such as swimming events, STEM challenges, and arts and crafts. There are also sleepaway camps that assist children with learning, motor, or physical challenges such as ASD, ADHD or dyslexia, and Down Syndrome. 

    Choosing a Camp

    Planning your son or daughter’s camp experience typically begins during the fall or winter months. Our Kids Media makes your planning much easier with our annual Summer Camp Expo held in February. Held in Toronto, this expo helps families narrow down their search for camps. Parents and prospective campers meet with camp directors and leaders to understand each camps’ values and activities more deeply. 

    Before you speak to camps or even begin your search, consider your child’s character, learning style, and interests. For example, understand whether your child’s an introvert or extrovert and which type of camp will work with their personality. Setting goals for your child is another great way to narrow down your search. After those priorities, then identify your preferred location and price range. 

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