Etobicoke summer camps

Etobicoke has a wide range of camps and programs


Etobicoke is a short drive from downtown Toronto, and is considered part of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). It is bordered on the south by Lake Ontario, on the east by the Humber river, on the west by Mississauga, and on the north by Steeles Avenue West. Read more

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  • STEM Camp   
    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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    Science (multi)

    • Ages 5 to 13
    • Coed
    • Virtual Program, Day
    from $215/week
    sessions & dates
    Virtual Program, Day Coed 215 5-13 0 Milton, London, Orangeville, Oakville, North Bay, Niagara Falls, Mississauga, Burlington, Markham, Kitchener, West Hill, Toronto, Kincardine, Hamilton, Guelph, Halton Hills, Cambridge, Brantford, Aylmer, Sarnia, Port Elgin, Richmond Hill, The Beach, Toronto, Scarborough Village, Toronto, Rexdale, Toronto, St. Catharines, Stratford, St Thomas, Strathroy, Vaughan, Waterloo, Welland, Windsor, Woodstock, Newmarket, Chatham-Kent, Barrie
    Olympium Synchronized Swimming Club   
    If your child enjoys swimming, dancing, gymnastics and loves music and team work, synchronized swimming may be the ideal sport for HIM or HER!

    Centennial Park, Toronto; Junction Triangle, Toronto; West Toronto Junction, Toronto; Downsview, Toronto

    Sport (multi)

    • Ages 5 to 11
    • Coed
    • Day, Program
    from $20/week
    Day, Program Coed 20 5-11 1 Centennial Park, Toronto, Ontario, Junction Triangle, Toronto, Ontario, West Toronto Junction, Toronto, Ontario, Downsview, Toronto,
    Real Programming 4 Kids   
    With locations in Leaside, Etobicoke, London, Oakville, Richmond Hill, Oshawa, Waterloo and Ottawa, RP4K introduces kids and teens to the fundamentals of computer programming. FREE 45 min trial class.

    Kingsview Vilage, Toronto; Leaside, Toronto; Oakville; Richmond Hill; Oshawa

    Computer : Computer programming

    • Ages 7 to 17
    • Coed
    • Virtual Program, Day, Program
    from $548/week
    sessions & dates
    Virtual Program, Day, Program Coed 548 7-17 2 Kingsview Vilage, Toronto, , Leaside, Toronto, Ontario, Oakville, Ontario, Richmond Hill, Ontario, Oshawa, Ontario
    Mad Science of Toronto   
    Mad Science Camps offer hands-on activities where children design and build a variety of projects and participate in indoor & outdoor summer camp games and activities. Create memories that will last a lifetime!

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    Traditional (multi activity)

    • Ages 4 to 12
    • Coed
    • Virtual Program, Day, Program
    from $220/week
    sessions & dates
    Virtual Program, Day, Program Coed 220 4-12 3 Bloor West Village, Toronto, Humber Valley Village, Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Markham, Armour Heights, Toronto
    Debate Camp   
    For all students interested in public speaking, debating and model parliament. A well-rounded program open to all ability levels and interests, ages 10 - 17. Both day and overnight camp options available.

    Ottawa; Bridle Path, Toronto; North Toronto, Toronto; Humber Valley Village, Toronto

    Education: Public Speaking/Debate

    • Ages 10 to 16
    • Coed
    • Virtual Program, Day, Overnight
    from $425/week
    sessions & dates
    Virtual Program, Day, Overnight Coed 425 10-16 4 Ottawa, , Bridle Path, Toronto, Ontario, North Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Humber Valley Village, Toronto, Ontario



    Going to camp in Etobicoke

    Etobicoke has a wide variety of summer camps and programs. Most of these are day camps, although some are residential or sleepover camps. This includes camps in Weston, the Westway, Longbranch, Rexdale, Alderwood, Kingsway, and the Humber Valley.

    Whether your child is into sports, the arts, or education, you’re sure to find the right fit. For instance, you might choose a camp focusing on dance, music, baseball, volleyball, cricketgymnastics, computers, or some other activity. Or instead, you might choose a camp offering a wide range of activities, such as swimming, canoeing, tennis, arts and crafts, and nature walks.

    Choosing a camp

    If you’re looking for a summer (or winter) camp for your child, Etobicoke has a nice variety. It offers programs for kids of many different ages, abilities, and interests.

    Most of these camps have flexible registration options to meet your family’s needs. Even the majority of residential camps allow you to sign your child up for shorter sessions, such as half-week, full-week, or two-week sessions (along with one- or two-month options). Day camps have similar flexibility. And some also offer before and after care programs for families with younger children.

    Above, find camps and programs in Etobicoke and across the west end of the GTA. Click on a camp to learn more about it and register your child today.







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