Langley camps

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Young boys and girls experience adventure and new learning opportunities at Langley’s top summer and year-round camps listed here! Find kids’ programs serving neighbourhoods like Fort Langley, Willoughby, Willowbrook, Murrayville, Brookswood, Aldergrove, Gloucester, and Carvolth. More detailed information on each is found in the links below. Under the list, there’s advice for parents and kids.   Read more

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    List of Langley camps


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    Kids' camps in Langley

    Canlan Sports   
    From camps for kids to instructional programs raise your game by working on your skills and learn the fun way, through play-based teaching. Canlan Sports is where we play.

    Burnaby; Langley; North Vancouver
    Sport: Hockey
    • Ages 4 to 18 (Coed)
    • Day Camp, Program, Virtual Program
    • from $120
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    What Types of Camps are Available in Langley?

    At Langley camps, kids and teens acquire new skills, make new friends, and experience personal growth. You’ll find day and overnight camps here, along with in-person and virtual programs. You and your child also must decide between specialised and multi-disciplinary camps. The former is typically more intensive, while the latter is rather relaxed and spontaneous.

    Langley day camps are filled with unique activities and learning opportunities. Kids and teens find their specific passions at day camps, as they switch between activities in sports, arts, and technology. Collaboration is encouraged at all day camps, so kids improve interpersonal skills with other like-minded campers. Day camps are an ideal way to introduce your child to other kids and experience personal growth. Activities challenge them physically, creatively, and innovatively. They also develop independent thinking, problem-solving, critical thinking, and become more responsible. Kids grow in maturity, as you’ll see after sending your child to camp.

    Kids and teens find adventure and activity at Langley camps. Sports camps, perhaps Langley’s most popular type of camp, feature activities that release children’s energy and improve their fitness levels. Kids have options between individual sports like swimming or biking, and team sports like hockey. Fundamental skills are acquired through drills, scrimmages, and tournaments. Sports camps are almost always recreational.

    This healthy living ideology is further supported by traditional camps in Langley. Otherwise known as multi-activity camps, these are ideal for active, creative, and innovative kids. Activities in sports, arts, and technology are integrated into a single curriculum. Traditional camp offers opportunities for team building and leadership training, essential for kids to excel academically, socially, and professionally.

    Langley camps give kids room to grow into mature, compassionate, and respectful individuals. They challenge kids and teens to new heights. Academic enrichment and a continuing education can be found at all camps, no matter the focus.

    Langley overnight camps help deepen your child’s understanding of themselves. Overnight camp is the ultimate summer experience, as kids spend the majority of their time outdoors. Activities like horseback riding, rope courses, swimming, and more are offered. Overnight camps typically follow a traditional, multi-activity curriculum. Your child works alongside counselors and fellow campers, gaining essential skills such as social, decision making, and problem solving skills. 

    Finding the best camps in Langley

    Before you research deeper into Langley camps on our site, be sure to have a clear understanding of what you’re looking for. To find the best camps for your family, begin your search early, then take enough time to consider all your options, plan your budget, and enroll early. 

    Consider the camp’s…

    • Age (what age of kids do you see your child collaborating with?)
    • Price (including any discounts or scholarships they may provide)
    • Activities (sports, arts, technology, adventure, or multi-disciplinary)
    • Location
    • Extra accommodations (i.e before and after care, special needs support, dietary accommodations)

    Narrow your options, then contact camp leaders from the pages linked to above. Speaking to camp leaders helps you understand the camp’s overall atmosphere and values better. Here are some suggested question topics.: 

    • Your child’s learning style and how that is accommodated
    • What activities are available and how activities are divided in the day
    • What training or background checks are conducted for counsellors

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