Find kids’ camps in Clarington listed below. This includes camps throughout the area, including programs in Bowmanville, Courtice, Millbrook, Newcastle, and Orono. Below the list of camps in Clarington, learn more about specific kinds offered, and find more advice. Read more
Safari Zoo Camp
A camp that specializes in hands-on learning experiences with wildlife. Campers work alongside professional Animal Care staff to look after a variety of animals, many rescued and/or threatened with extinction.
YMCA of Greater Toronto Summer Day Camps
YMCA of Greater Toronto operates 55 Day Camps across the GTA. With over 60 programs, we are sure to have a program that meets the interests of your child! Busing & extended hours are available at many of our locations!
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Traditional (multi activity)
Joookooo Sports Academy
JOOOKOOO’s programs and camps expose youth to STEM, sports and competitive games. We provide enrichment opportunities that generate valuable learning and skill development in an exciting and inclusive environment.
Traditional (multi activity)
Clarington’s variety of kids and teens’ day camps fall under topics in arts, education, sports, and technology. Kids as young as 5 and up can take part in camps, and it’s an important part of their healthy development.
Clarington summer camps include traditional camps and specialised camps. The latter focus on a single topic, anything from soccer to horseback riding to STEM. Kids and teens build skills at camps that explore a variety of interests and passions. Camps are separated into age groups, although residential and overnight camps mix different ages together.
Traditional camps, like many of those listed above, offer campers a variety of activities. Kids and teens can test out different interests and discover new interests. Away from parents, they learn to solve problems, socialize, and grow in independence.
Overnight camps in the region are an ideal means to help kids grow in maturity. It’s ground for the development of personal responsibility as well as courage, social skills, creativity, and more. A richly supportive environment, overnight camp is a great place for shy kids to grow in confidence, and there are also many of these kinds of camps that support kids with exceptional needs.
Camp helps kids deepen their appreciation of cultural diversity. They collaborate with a unique group of peers from different backgrounds. They learn community-building skills.
We highly recommend that you attend the Toronto Summer Camp Expo in February. This gives you a chance to browse a diversity of camps, including many from Durham Region. Parents and kids can ask questions directly of camp leaders and current campers, to get an inside look at camp life and find out how it fits with wants and needs.
Here ‘s a brief look at helpful questions to ask camps, either at the expo or through the inquiry form on Camps.ca: