Mont-Tremblant camps

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Find kids’ camps in Mont-Tremblant and nearby areas like Saint-Donat, below. Camps include overnight camps and camps for boys. Below the list of kids’ camps learn more about activities, what questions to ask camps you're researching, and more.  Read more

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    List of Mont-Tremblant camps


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    Camps in Mont-Tremblant

    Camp Nominingue   
    An English boys' camp in Quebec, Camp Nominingue offers the ultimate outdoor experience: living in a tent with the opportunity of going on wilderness canoe trips. It is the place where your son's summer adventure begins!

    Traditional (multi activity)
    • Ages 7 to 16 ( Boys)
    • Overnight Camp, Virtual Program
    • from $1,134
    overnightcampvirtualprogramallboys 1134 7-16 1Mont-TremblantQuebec
    Camp Ouareau   
    This Quebec all-girls overnight summer camp offers a variety of activities and leadership opportunities, as well as a unique language program. A chance to grow in confidence & independence, and develop language skills!

    Traditional (multi activity)
    • Ages 6 to 16 ( Girls)
    • Overnight Camp
    • from $3,035
    overnightcampallgirls 3035 6-16 2Saint-DonatQuebec
    Camp Mère Clarac   
    Located in Saint-Donat, Qc, on the bank of Ouareau River, the camp will charm you with its unique facilities and its activities conducted in French! « Joie de vivre » at CMC is discovering, exploring and having fun!

    Traditional (multi activity)
    • Ages 5 to 16 (Coed, Girls, Boys)
    • Overnight Camp
    • from $640
    overnightcampcoedallgirlsallboys 640 5-16 3Saint-DonatQuebec


    Types of kids’ camps in the Mont-Tremblant area

    As you browse camps for kids and teens in Mont-Tremblant, you’ll find overnight summer camps as well as some kids' day camps. Camps in the area focus on the traditional camp experience, featuring a variety of activities from sports like soccer to arts like theatre acting. 

    Kids’ camp is a worthwhile investment for parents in that kids gain independence, learn responsibility, and much more. These hidden benefits carry through to the rest of their lives. Learn more about how camps develop character

    Questions to ask as you consider camps

    Use due diligence as you research kids’ camps. If you choose the right camp—even paying a bit more than you might want to—your child can have an experience that will positively influence them throughout the rest of their lives. Camp is a gift you’re giving them. 

    Research camps using the pages linked to from the list above. When you reach out to camps, here are questions to ask them that will help you figure out which is best for you:

    • How much time does the camp give to your child(ren)’s favourite activities? Consider how this will impact their enjoyment of the summer camp or day program. 
    • What is the projected outcome of the camp session? Ask what, in their experience, is an expected takeaway from the camp. Are those takeaways definable, visible, or measurable in any way? 
    • What is the ratio of counsellors to kids, in each session or group?  Consider how this will impact leaders’ ability to manage campers, keep discipline, and avoid bullying, etc.
    • Can you personally contact your child’s leader? Make sure that contact with the camp is always helpful. Ask them to provide examples of how they communicate with parents.  
    • What training do counsellors have in maintaining discipline or dealing with bullying? Ask about bullying policies. Ask for examples of situations where they have dealt with problems.  
    • What do campers and parents say in testimonials and reviews? Consider how their reviews and comments resonate with your own family’s values and goals. 
    • Do they offer any financial aid? Find out about sibling discounts or any other relief.

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