Kelowna camps

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Kids’ camps in Kelowna include summer camps and year-round programs serving families in neighbourhoods like Wilde, Lower and Upper Mission, South Pandosy, Glenmore Valley, Black Mountain, Smith Creek, Casa Loma, Shannon Lake, Spall Road, University District, Lake Country, Glenrose, Ellison, and Rutland. Below the list of camps, learn more about camp types and how to find a good camp.  Read more

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    List of kelowna camps


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    Kids camps and summer programs in Kelowna

    Pedalheads Bike, Swim and Sport   
    Pedalheads offers bike, swim, and trail programs to families across Canada. Pedalheads helps kids develop life skills, confidence, and independence through fun, safe, and engaging instruction.

    Throughout British Columbia (40)
    Sport: Cycling
    • Ages 2 to 12 (Coed)
    • Day Camp, Program
    • from $199
    daycampprogramclasscoed 199 2-12 1AbbotsfordBurnabyCoquitlamDeltaKelownaNanaimoNorth VancouverPort CoquitlamPort MoodyRichmondSurreyVancouverVictoriaWest VancouverBritish Columbia
    Easter Seal Summer Camp   
    Easter Seals camps are for children and adults (6-49) with physical and cognitive disabilities. With fully accessible facilities and specially trained staff, our programs can accommodate campers with all abilities.

    Kelowna; Shawnigan Lake; Squamish
    Traditional (multi activity)
    • Ages 6 to 49 (Coed)
    • Day Camp, Overnight Camp, Virtual Program
    • from $1
    daycampovernightcampvirtualprogramcoed 1 6-49 2KelownaShawnigan LakeSquamishBritish Columbia
    A STEM / STEAM maker academy for kids that offers after-school programs, year-round 400-hour classes, along with fun camps.

    Throughout British Columbia (6)
    Traditional (multi activity)
    • Ages 5 to 18 (Coed)
    • Day Camp, Program
    • from $249
    daycampprogramclasscoed 249 5-18 3KelownaPort MoodyRichmondVancouverBritish Columbia


    Types of kids’ camps and programs in Kelowna

    When researching kids’ camps in Kelowna, you’ll find day programs and overnight summer camps. Kelowna camps focus on sports and traditional activities, but you’ll also find technology camps with everything from Minecraft classes and introductory coding camps to STEM and robotics camps

    Are Kelowna kids’ camps worth it? 

    Kids’ camps offer a setting where parents can know kids and teens are safe during the day, and have the added advantage of getting kids out into the fresh air, physically active. They also socialize with other kids, make new friends, and have fun, of course. The true hidden benefits of camp are the ways in which kids grow personally just by being in a new setting, away from parents. On our sister site, learn how camps help kids mature quicker, developing independence, social skills, creativity, and resilience

    How to find the right Kelowna kids’ camp

    It’s important to have due diligence when researching kids’ camps. It’s much more than merely a way to pass the time. If you choose the right camp—even pay a little more than you might want to—you can give your child an experience that will shape their future and positively influence them for the rest of their lives. Research in-depth in the links above and look at all the information on, including parents' testimonials, our review of the camp, and more. When you reach out to camps through the links above, use these tips to help you probe into their programming, facilities, policies, etc.: 

    • Ask the camp how much time is given to your child’s favourite activities. Consider how this will impact your child’s enjoyment of the camp. 
    • Consider what is the projected outcome of the camp session. Ask the camp what it is they hope children will take away, after the duration of the program.  
    • Consider camps’ ratio of counsellors to kids. The camp’s ability to manage students and to actually teach them things will likely be better with a smaller ratio.  
    • Research deeply into what campers and parents say in testimonials and reviews. Consider how comments resonate with your goals and ideals. 
    • Find out about any financial aid such as sibling discounts or any other relief. 
    • Find out about the camps’ policy with regard to special diets and food allergies, then consider how this will affect your child.

    Upcoming Events view all events on

    Jun 15
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    June 15, 2024
    Jun 15
    Kettleby Valley Camp
    Spring Open House  
    June 15, 2024
    Jun 15
    InterVarsity Pioneer Camp Alberta
    Leaders In Training Registration Deadline  
    June 15, 2024
    Jun 15
    Hockey Opportunity Camp
    Open House  
    June 15, 2024

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