Fencing camp

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Fencing is an ancient discipline, the only European martial art and one of the few sports represented in EVERY Olympic Game since Athens 1896. The ultimate goal in this elegant, prestigious and traditional sport is to hit an opponent without getting hit. Challenging the body and the soul, the art of fencing blends patience and determination with discipline and competitiveness. Read more

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    Gee-Gees Sports Camps   
    The University of Ottawa Gee-Gees pride ourselves in offering a wide variety of bilingual sport camps to youth in the Ottawa and Gatineau area.

    Ottawa

    Sport (multi)

    • Ages 6 to 15
    • Coed, Girls, Boys
    • Day
    from $275/week
    Day Coed, Girls, Boys 275 6-15 0 Ottawa


    Camps offering fencing as an activity
    Adventure Valley   
    Summer day camp for Toronto kids yearning for outdoor adventure. Sports activities include soccer, tennis, swimming and a variety of other outdoor activities.

    Throughout Greater Toronto Area

    Traditional (multi activity)

    • Ages 4 to 15
    • Coed
    • Day
    from $350/week
    sessions & dates
    Day Coed 350 4-15 0 Throughout Greater Toronto Area
    Camp Can-Aqua   
    A traditional camp with diverse programming & exceptional instruction, we believe in teaching kids compromise, patients & empathy. Fun is a given. Through thoughtful & individualized programming, our campers thrive here.

    Haliburton Highlands; Oakville; Ottawa

    Traditional (multi activity)

    • Ages 5 to 17
    • Coed
    • Overnight, family
    from $1,950/2 weeks
    sessions & dates
    Overnight, family Coed 1950 5-17 1 Haliburton Highlands, Oakville, Ottawa
    Camp Tamakwa   
    With an incredibly diversified program, campers develop important life skills, build self-confidence, foster lifelong friendships and return home with an enriched outlook - that there is life and fun without technology!

    Algonquin Park

    Traditional (multi activity)

    • Ages 7 to 16
    • Coed
    • Overnight, family
    from $1,300/week
    Overnight, family Coed 1300 7-16 2 Algonquin Park
    Camp Ak-O-Mak   
    A traditional summer camp with over 26 sports and camp activities, including swimming, tennis, canoeing, biking and more.

    Parry Sound

    Sport (multi)

    • Ages 7 to 16
    • Girls
    • Overnight
    from $900/week
    sessions & dates
    Overnight Girls 900 7-16 3 Parry Sound
    Toronto Waldorf Summer Camp   
    Canada's Largest Waldorf camp offering a summer of unplugged activities both indoors and out, including arts & crafts, weekly nature themes, and free play in our 20+ acre campus with forest playground and open field.

    Thornhill

    Traditional (multi activity)

    • Ages 4 to 12
    • Coed
    • Day
    from $200/week
    Day Coed 200 4-12 4 Thornhill
    Camp Kodiak   
    Fun! Friends! Success! An integrated overnight summer camp for children & teens with and without ADHD, LD, and high-functioning ASD. We provide a SOCIAL SKILLS program, ACADEMIC program and 50+ activities.

    Parry Sound

    Traditional (multi activity)

    • Ages 6 to 18
    • Coed
    • Overnight
    from $1,455/week
    sessions & dates
    Overnight Coed 1455 6-18 5 Parry Sound
    Academic Camp Canada   
    Exciting academic summer camps for 12-17 year olds in British Columbia, New Brunswick & Ottawa. BCCA accredited. Combination of inspiring academic learning, activities & trips. Computer Science & Medical Studies camps

    Mill Bay; International; Rothesay; Ottawa

    Education (multi)

    • Ages 12 to 17
    • Coed
    • Day, Overnight
    from $525/program
    sessions & dates
    Day, Overnight Coed 525 12-17 6 Mill Bay, International, Rothesay, Ottawa



    As a combat sport, fencing calls on tremendous agility, reflexes, tactical smarts, discipline and hand-eye coordination. It improves coordination and posture while providing aerobic exercise and strength training.

    This graceful sport combines strength, peace of mind and speed. It requires focus and discipline, and a lot of hard work. Fencing teaches you patience, self-control, balance and coordination. Fencing is often called physical chess because you need to be able to think in a split second, calculate risks and make decisions about your next move in every situation. Plus, fencing provides your child with the opportunity to develop character, learn unique skills, and make new friends.



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