A super fun summer camp for boys and girls with tons of activities including martial arts and outings every day including mini putt, laser tag, swimming, movie theatre, bowling, hikes, scavenger hunts and more.
Sport: Martial Arts
The Academy of Martial Arts
We are a Martial Arts school running classes and camps online and in-person. We two locations in Brampton to choose from, contact us today for a tour of our academy.
A traditional summer camp, over 26 sports, camp activities, including swimming, tennis, canoeing, biking. Camp AK-O-MAK Encourages girls to be brave and to discover strength while connecting with each other.
Summer day camp servicing Oakville, Burlington, Milton, Mississauga and Etobicoke. We focus on developing the whole child through nature discovery, creative arts and active play.
Traditional (multi activity)
McGill Sports Camp
Campers benefit from a multi-sport program and McGill University's extensive athletics facilities. Our mission is to encourage an active and healthy lifestyle in an environment that promotes fair play and sportsmanship.
At a martial arts camp, your child will deepen his or her understanding of techniques such as striking, kicking, punching, grappling, along with weaponry and other aspects of karate, judo or other martial arts disciplines.
Any camp that specializes in martial arts (such as a martial arts academy) provides a fuller immersion in the arts. A martial arts academy will certainly advance your child's training, permit participation in competition and will be able to grant belts. Camps may run only during summer or some organisations may run year round programs. There are also March break, holiday, winter, passover, and PA day martial arts programs. These fully engage children to develop skills during this time of year where there might be little else for them to do.
Karate camps are usually conducted in summer or during holiday breaks in the school year, including Christmas and March Break. These camps are fun-filled, skill-building camps for all kids ages 5-13. No previous training is required though there may be camps that are conducted as per the skill level of the child. As children advance in skill level, they earn different colored belts for their karate uniform, such as a yellow belt or an orange belt. Kids at karate camps are matched up with others of approximately equal skill level. Children between the ages 9 to 12, who are still developing a number of mental and physical skills, can gain a lot from karate camps.
Check out each of the listings to more fully investigate the martial arts training provided by the camp.
Specialised karate camps and judo camps are listed first followed by other camps that offer martial arts as one of many camp activities.