Are you looking for a summer, winter, or after-school camp or program for your child? If so, there are many options to choose from in Guelph. Guelph, which is in the Wellington County of Ontario, has kids’ camps throughout the city, including downtown Guelph, Two Rivers, St. George’s, Sunny Acres, Grange Hill East, Old University, Centennial, and Junction. Read more
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
Throughout Ontario (10)
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
Throughout Ontario (51)
Great Big Theatre Company
Camps in your neighbourhood ! One-week sessions, performances every week. Our experienced, caring staff will introduce your kids to stage performance & guide them toward self-expression. A great confidence-builder !
Throughout Ontario (12)
Arts: Theatre Arts
Stagecoach Theatre Arts
Stagecoach Performing Arts where we love to bring out the best in every child through the wonderful world of Acting, Dancing and Singing.
Throughout Ontario (15)
Arts: Performing Arts (multi)
Animation, Architecture and Illustration Summer Art Camp by PortPrep
The art camp for teens who are serious about animation and the arts. If your kid needs to make a portfolio for art or design college this is the camp to sign up for. Our students get accepted into top ranked colleges.
Arts: Visual Arts (multi)
Whether your child is sporty, artsy, adventurous, or a book-worm (or all of the above), you’re sure to find the right camp for them. Guelph is home to many different types of camps, offering a wide range of fun and stimulating programming. The list below only scratches the surface of what’s offered.
Choosing the right camp or program for your child is an important task. Make sure you do your homework. This means researching camps carefully. You can learn all about camps by reading their profiles here on Camps.ca.
It’s also important, though, to talk to camp heads directly. Ask them plenty of questions to ensure you find a camp that’s the right fit for your child and family.
If you know other parents with children who have attended the camp, it’s a good idea to talk to them to get the inside scoop. And if it’s an overnight camp, it can sometimes be helpful to visit it, get a tour, or do a one- or two-day family “try-out” to get a closeup feel.
Above, we list camps in Guelph, in the Wellington County of Ontario. Click on a camp to learn all about it, including its cost, programs, and session dates. You can also contact the camp directly, ask them questions, and register your child today.