Manitoba camps for kids

Find a summer camp for your child in Manitoba


Manitoba has lots of summer camp options for kids, including in Winnipeg, Churchill, and Brandon. Many of these camps are members of the Manitoba Camping Association (MCA). Read more

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List of Manitoba camps and programs

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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

Brandon; Winnipeg
Science (multi)
  • Ages 5 to 13 (Coed)
  • Virtual Program, Day
  • from $215/week
Virtual Program, Day openCamp Coed 215 5-13 0 Brandon, , Winnipeg,
InterVarsity Pioneer Camp Manitoba   
Come and explore the wilderness under trained staff who will guide you into amazing adventures and outdoor experiences. You will learn life skills, build friendships, and have tons of outdoor fun!

Shoal Lake
Traditional (multi activity)
  • Ages 6 to 17 (Coed, Girls, Boys)
  • Overnight
  • from $225/session
Overnight openCamp Coed, Girls, Boys 225 6-17 1 Shoal Lake, Manitoba
InterVarsity Circle Square Ranch Spruce Woods   
Exciting adventures come to life with action-packed fun for ages 6-18. Located south of Austin, MB, Circle Square features horsemanship and numerous activity options. Fun memories and new friendships are waiting for you!

Austin
Traditional (multi activity)
  • Ages 6 to 18 (Coed, Girls, Boys)
  • Overnight
  • from $330/week
Overnight openCamp Coed, Girls, Boys 330 6-18 2 Austin, Manitoba



Different kinds of camps

Manitoba camps are offered for children of all ages, from toddler to teenager. These camps don’t just take place in the summer. They’re also offered in the winter, during March and winter break, after school, on PA days, and in the evenings.

These camps offer a variety of different programs and activities. For instance, in a traditional camp, your child will be able to participate in lots of different activities, which may include  swimming, tennis, waterskiinggymnastics, rugby, cricketarts and crafts, and wilderness exploration. In a specialty camp, on the other hand, your child will receive intensive training and instruction in one or more skills, such as music, dance, debate, baseball, or French.

Finding the right camp

With so many options to choose from, you should be able to find the right camp for your child. Ideally, try to find a camp that offers programs your child’s interested in. You should also look for a camp that’s suited to your child’s temperament and abilities. Here are some other factors to consider in searching for the right fit for your child:

  • Location: is it close enough?
  • Cost: is it within your budget?
  • Are you looking for a day or overnight camp?
  • Scheduling and childcare: what are the camps hours and does it offer extended hours?
  • Who are the camp’s counsellors or instructors, and what is their training?
  • What is the camp’s philosophy?
  • What are the camp’s security and safety policies and procedures?
  • What are the camp’s food policies?

Above, find several camps in Manitoba. Click on a link to learn more about a camp and connect with its administrators directly. 





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