Searching for a summer camp or year-round program in Cambridge, Ontario? We list camps throughout the city, serving neighbourhoods like Alison, Blair, Galt, Hespeler, Langs, and Preston. Below the list, learn more about choosing a camp in Cambridge. Read more
STEM Camp is a weekly summer day camp at more than 50 locations across Canada where youth aged 5-13 engage in fun and amazing activities in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math. 519-475-6600. stemcamp.ca
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Brick Works Academy
The Best Technology summer camp in the region! Your children and friends are super excited about our Lego Robotics, Minecraft Computer Camp, Pokemon Designer, and YouTube camps! In-person and virtual programs available
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Focus on Nature
We inspire young people to explore and connect with nature through photography. At our day camps campers will learn the technical skills to shoot and edit great photos while also exploring nature in a safe environment.
Cambridge; Guelph; Hamilton; Oakville; Waterloo
Drayton Entertainment Youth Theatre Programs
Drayton Entertainment Youth Academy gives youth a chance to have fun, meet new friends, build life-skills training in singing, movement & scene work.
Arts: Performing Arts (multi)
Camps.ca lists summer camps, year-round after-school programs, day and overnight camps, and camps listed by every specialization from acting lessons and adventure camps to STEM camps and STEAM classes to zoo camps and more. Camp enhances learning and personal development. On our sister site you can take a closer look at how camp help kids grow up faster in key areas like social skills development. Camps help kids develop independence and responsibility. There are many advantages kids’ gain from camp.
Camps in Cambridge cost from $198 to $300 per week, with the median cost being $212.
We recommend that you begin your summer camp search early in the year. Our Kids hosts an annual summer camp expo in Toronto, every February. There, you can meet with camp leaders face-to-face and learn about the experience they offer kids. You can also use the forms in camps.ca pages linked to in the list above, to ask camps key questions.
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