Newmarket camps

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Summer camps make learning fun with hands-on activities that enhance skills and personal growth. Camps in Newmarket serve neighbourhoods like Woodland Hill, Bristol, Huron Heights, Glenway Estates, Downtown, Gorham, Armitage, and Stonehaven. Find all of Newmarket’s top camps below, with further camp advice underneath.  Read more

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    Kids' camps and programs in Newmarket

    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 1Bathurst 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
    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 2Don Mills, TorontoL'Amoureaux, TorontoScarborough Village, TorontoThe Beach, TorontoAncasterBarrieBrantfordBurlingtonCambridgeChatham-KentCornwallDundasGeorgetownGuelphHamiltonKanataKingstonKitchenerLondonMarkhamMiltonMississaugaNewmarketNiagara FallsOakvilleOrangevilleOshawaOttawaOxford CountyPeterboroughRichmond HillSarniaSt ThomasSt. CatharinesVaughanWaterlooWellandWindsorWoodstockOntarioEast-End, North-York, Scarborough
    Pickering College Summer Camps   
    Our nature centered day camp is for campers entering Kindergarten to Grade 8. Overnight camp options for Global Leadership and ESL for students entering Grades 9-12 are also available.

    Traditional (multi activity)
    • Ages 4 to 18 (Coed)
    • Day Camp, Overnight Camp, Virtual Program
    • from $475
    daycampovernightcampvirtualprogramcoed 475 4-18 3NewmarketOntario
    Kettleby Valley Camp   
    Located just north of Toronto, our traditional summer camp offers day and overnight programs for campers 4.5 to 14.

    Traditional (multi activity)
    • Ages 4.5 to 14 (Coed)
    • Day Camp, Overnight Camp
    • from $540
    daycampovernightcampcoed 540 4.5-14 4NewmarketOntario
    Whitchurch Equestrian   
    Teaching English riding (beginner to advanced) for 40 years, we promote a positive, hands-on horsemanship experience. Email us for information regarding daily busing, camper ages, and tours during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Sport: Horseback Riding/Equestrian
    • Ages 8 to 60 (Coed)
    • Day Camp, Program
    • from $300
    daycampprogramclasscoed 300 8-60 5NewmarketOntario
    Upper Canada Child Care Summer Camps   
    Traditional day camp. Varied activities. 30+ camps throughout the GTA and Simcoe County. Licensed programs, qualified staff. 7 am - 6 pm daily. Daily snacks. CWELCC discount/fee subsidy available for those eligible.

    Throughout Ontario (10)
    Traditional (multi activity)
    • Ages 4 to 12 (Coed)
    • Day Camp
    • from $260
    daycampcoed 260 4-12 6Downtown East, TorontoBarrieGeorginaMarkhamNew TecumsethNewmarketRichmond HillVaughanWhitchurch - StouffvilleOntarioDowntown
    Hive5 Child Learning and Creative Center   
    S.T.E.A.M stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. STEAM is critical to the future success of the young generation as the most core concept of future jobs are rooted in the 5 skills of STEAM education.

    Education: STEAM
    • Ages 4 to 14 (Coed)
    • Day Camp, Program, PA Day, Virtual Program
    • from $70
    daycampprogramclasspadayvirtualprogramcoed 70 4-14 7NewmarketOntario


    Kids’ camps in Newmarket

    Fresh and exciting opportunities await Newmarket youth, as there are many camps to choose from, including day and overnight camps as well as in-person or virtual programs. Non-stop fun is promised at all camps, including those with a more traditional curriculum which combine all types of activities into a single camp. 

    Newmarket day camps give children a sense of independence as they begin their journey to find what they’re passionate about. With activities ranging from sports to arts to technology and education, day camps reign as an ideal way to help your child recognize their potential. Day camp encourages personal growth by teaching children how to work independently, socialize with others, and solve problems. It also has long-lasting effects on children’s personal, academic, and professional development by building transferable skills. These include communication and critical thinking skills, and the development of independence and responsibility. Learning is fun here. For example, kids’ math and science skills are challenged through age-appropriate learning in everything from robotics to LEGO

    At sports camps, active kids and teens release their energy through activities like cycling, swimming, soccer, and horseback riding. These camps build your child’s stamina and challenge them to live physically active lives in and out of camp. Arts camps appeal to the imaginative child, as they experiment with various performance or visual art disciplines. 

    Logical and analytical minds are further challenged at technology and educational camps which feature very rewarding activities in STEM, STEAM, and related disciplines. Children’s curiosity is stimulated at these camps, as they explore real-world applications of science, technology, and math.

    If your child is interested in more than one type of activity, traditional camps may be best suited for them. Available as both day and overnight camps, these multi-activity camps challenge kids’ and teens’ physicality and creativity at once. Traditional camps have a reputation for developing confident and hardworking leaders.

    Sleepaway camps are renowned for building children’s independence and responsibility. In the absence of parental guidance, your child learns how to maintain their daily routine, how to make good decisions, solve problems, and more, at overnight camps. Kids and teens switch from one activity to another here. For example, one morning children may build robots and the following afternoon they might kayak. They expand skills, develop flexibility, and increase spontaneity.

    Finding the best Newmarket camp

    Sending your child to summer camp begins with early planning in the winter months. Our Kids Media’s annual Toronto Summer Camp Expo every February can assist you. The expo features camps from across Ontario and elsewhere. Families have the opportunity to engage directly with camp leaders, counselors, and current campers to gain a deeper understanding of their options in the upcoming summer. You’ll learn more about camp costs (from how to budget to discounts available) along with various camp activities. It’s also a great way to find camps you’ve never heard of or would never normally consider. 

    Beginning your search for summer camp should begin early with a defined list of your and your child’s expectations and goals. These include your desired location, price, age range, activities, and more. Though some elements may be more fixed than others (such as special needs support or budgets), you can still try to be as flexible as possible to expand the options available to you. 

    Early planning ensures that you’re able to get in, as some camps reach capacity quickly. After you’ve narrowed down your summer camp options, contact camp leaders directly to inquire or clarify specific information. Here are some examples of questions to ask prior to enrollment:

    • What does a typical day at camp look like? How many activities are covered in a single day? How thorough and hands-on are activities?
    • Do you have any testimonials from previous campers? 
    • If my child has dietary restrictions (allergies, religious diets, diabetes, etc.), do you make sure they are accommodated during snack or meal times?
    • What is the camper to instructor ratio at this camp?
    • Do children have opportunities to lead and work independently at camp?
    • Do you have any camp-specific discounts, scholarships, or further financial aid?

    You may also find it useful to ask questions specific to your child’s learning needs. Involve your child in the decision-making process as much as possible.

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