Milton Camps

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Summer camps and kids’ programs in Milton give children opportunities to have fun, learn, grow, and gain friends outside of school. Below, discover camps throughout the city, including those in neighbourhoods like Old Milton, Bronte Meadows, Dempsey, Clarke, Coates, Wilmott, Beaty, Bowes, Harrison, Walker, Ford, Cobden, Dorset Park, Timberlea. Read more

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    Kids' camps in Milton

    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.

    Throughout Ontario (54)
    Education: STEM
    • Ages 5 to 13 (Coed)
    • Day Camp
    • from $225
    daycampcoed 225 5-13 1Don Mills, TorontoL'Amoureaux, TorontoScarborough Village, TorontoThe Beach, TorontoAncasterBarrieBrantfordBurlingtonCambridgeChatham-KentCornwallDundasGeorgetownGuelphHamiltonKanataKingstonKitchenerLondonMarkhamMiltonMississaugaNewmarketNiagara FallsOakvilleOrangevilleOshawaOttawaOxford CountyPeterboroughRichmond HillSarniaSt ThomasSt. CatharinesVaughanWaterlooWellandWindsorWoodstockOntarioEast-End, North-York, Scarborough
    YMCA of Greater Toronto Summer Day Camps   
    YMCA of Greater Toronto operates 55 Day Camps across the GTA. With over 60 programs, we are sure to have a program that meets the interests of your child! Busing & extended hours are available at many of our locations!

    Throughout Ontario (54)
    Traditional (multi activity)
    • Ages 4 to 15 (Coed)
    • Day Camp
    • from $350
    daycampcoed 350 4-15 2Bayview Village, TorontoBeaconsfield Village, TorontoCabbagetown, TorontoDavisville Village, TorontoDistillery District, TorontoDownsview, TorontoGraydon, TorontoHarbourfront, TorontoIslington Village, TorontoLeslieville, TorontoLittle Italy, TorontoRiverdale, TorontoScarborough Village, TorontoSt James Town, TorontoThe Beach, TorontoWest Hill, TorontoActonAjaxAuroraBowmanvilleBramptonEast GwillimburyGeorgetownHalton HillsMarkhamMiltonMississaugaNobletonOrangevilleOshawaPickeringRichmond HillVaughanWhitbyWhitchurch - StouffvilleOntarioDowntown, East-End, Etobicoke, North-York, Scarborough, Uptown
    Rocky Ridge Ranch   
    This Christian camp has horseback riding, archery, swimming, gaga ball, cooperative games and more, and boasts 3rd generation campers. Kids have been raving about the wonderful family-style meals for well over 50 years.

    Traditional (multi activity)
    • Ages 5 to 15 (Coed)
    • Day Camp, Overnight Camp, Program
    • from $685
    daycampovernightcampprogramclasscoed 685 5-15 3MiltonOntario
    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 Ontario (65)
    Sport: Cycling
    • Ages 2 to 12 (Coed)
    • Day Camp, Program
    • from $199
    daycampprogramclasscoed 199 2-12 4Bathurst Manor/Clanton Park, TorontoBayview Village, TorontoBloor West Village, TorontoDon Mills, TorontoEast York, TorontoForest Hill, TorontoHumber Valley Village, TorontoLansing , TorontoLawrence Manor, TorontoLawrence Park, TorontoLeaside, TorontoLeslieville, TorontoLittle Italy, TorontoMimico, TorontoParkview Hills, TorontoRouge, TorontoThe Beach, TorontoWest Deane Park, TorontoAjaxAuroraBarrieBramptonBurlingtonHamiltonKanataKitchenerLondonMarkhamMiltonMississaugaNewmarketOakvilleOttawaOttawa SouthRichmond HillSt. CatharinesVaughanWaterlooWhitbyOntarioDowntown, East-End, East-York, Etobicoke, Midtown, North-York, Scarborough, Uptown, West-End
    BR Equestrian   
    We teach English riding, helping riders age 6 and up build their skills to become successful riders in a positive environment. Whether you're new to horseback riding, or have competitive goals.

    Sport: Horseback Riding/Equestrian
    • Ages 6 to 70 (Coed)
    • Day Camp, Program, PA Day, Virtual Program
    • from $100
    daycampprogramclasspadayvirtualprogramcoed 100 6-70 5MiltonOntario
    Lee Sukhi Success Martial Arts   
    MARTIAL ARTS, KARATE & TAEKWONDO for kids & adults, SINCE 1985. Traditional classes are taught and overseen by Master Walter Zdeb - 8th degree, B. PhEd. Age appropriate summer camps and weekly classes.

    Hamilton; Milton
    Sport: Martial Arts
    • Ages 4 to 17 (Coed)
    • Day Camp, Program, Virtual Program
    • from $123
    daycampprogramclassvirtualprogramcoed 123 4-17 6HamiltonMiltonOntario
    Kids Inc Camp   
    Kids Inc provides a variety of activities - swimming, canoeing, archery, theme days, crafts, LIT, catered lunch option, junior camp and more. Bus service included from Peel, Halton, Orangeville, Guelph Areas and beyond!

    Halton Hills; Milton
    Traditional (multi activity)
    • Ages 5 to 14 (Coed)
    • Day Camp
    • from $250
    daycampcoed 250 5-14 7Halton HillsMiltonOntario
    Halton Hills
    Traditional (multi activity)
    • Ages 5 to 14 (Coed)
    • Program
    • from $1
    programclasscoed 1 5-14 8Halton HillsOntario


    Halton camps' variety

    Milton and Halton Region camps offer families an array of day and overnight camp  topics such as sportsartadventure and technology. Curious, active, or creative explorers are welcome at all camps. 

    Milton day camps include both specialised and traditional camps. Specialised camps focus on a single topic. Kids and teens build skills at these camps, and as they try out different camps, they explore their passions. Camps are separated by age groups, although some overnight camps may mix old and young campers together, inspiring leadership qualities in older campers.

    Traditional camps, the most common, give campers a variety of activities. Kids experiment with different interests to find things that excite them and that they’re good at. Day camp in Milton offers kids and teens to independent learning environments. Away from parents, they earn to problem-solve, socialize, and work on their own. Some traditional camps in the city may be more sports-oriented than others. Active adrenaline junkies thrive in this environment as they test their strengths in watersports, mountain biking, or wilderness trekking, for example.

    Overnight camps in Milton offer an ideal setting to help kids learn independence and responsibility. Away from home, kids must manage their daily routines and discover things about themselves. Most of Milton’s sleepaway camps follow a traditional, multi-activity curriculum, with new and exciting challenges for kids of all types. A social, supportive environment, overnight camps are a great place for shy kids to practice their interpersonal skills and make new friends.

    Camp helps kids deepen their appreciation of the diversity around them. They collaborate with a unique group of people with different experiences and cultural backgrounds. This improves their intercultural awareness. Learning and playing in a diverse setting also helps kids feel empowered and they learn community-building skills. 

    Choosing the best Milton camp for your child

    For families considering camps, the best resource is Our Kids' annual Toronto Summer Camp Expo held in February. Four months prior to the camp season, parents and prospective campers have the opportunity to browse the region’s diverse camps in person. During the expo, families are able to ask questions directly to camp leaders to understand each camps’ values, expectations, and activities. Parents get to see all camps, from sport camp to technology camp and more. 

    Before attending the expo, reading our list of summer camp advice is a useful place to begin. Here are some more helpful hints in preparation for the expo and in your search for a great camp experience: 

    • Include your child in your decision-making process as much as possible. Understand their personal needs and how those will be met by camps. Discuss your own wishes and expectations with them, too, but be flexible and open-minded. 
    • Talk to camp directors about staffing, facilities, safety, and more. Gauge their training and their expertise in helping kids reach their potential. After talking to a number of different camps, consider kids’ comfort level with each, their desired activities, and of course, their personality.
    • Beginning your search 3-4 months in advance gives you ample time to make great decisions. It also may give you opportunities to receive early enrollment discounts or apply for camp scholarships.

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