Orangeville camps

Find camps and programs in Orangeville and the surrounding regions


Orangeville is a town in south-central Ontario, in the seat of Dufferin County. It has many camps for kids of all ages to choose from. There are also camps and programs in the nearby areas of Shelburne, Wellington, Simcoe, Peel, and Grey. Read more

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  • STEM Camp   
    STEM Camp is a weekly summer day camp at more than 45 locations across Ontario where youth aged 5-13 engage in fun and amazing activities in science, technology, engineering & math. 519-475-6600. stemcamp.ca

    Ontario (42)

    Science (multi)

    • Ages 5 to 13
    • Coed
    • Day
    from $210/week
    sessions & dates
    Day Coed 210 5-13 0 Milton, London, Orangeville, Oakville, North Bay, Niagara Falls, Mississauga, Burlington, Markham, Kitchener, West Hill, Toronto, Kincardine, Hamilton, Guelph, Halton Hills, Cambridge, Brantford, Aylmer, Sarnia, Port Elgin, Richmond Hill, The Beach, Toronto, Scarborough Village, Toronto, Rexdale, Toronto, St. Catharines, Stratford, St Thomas, Strathroy, Vaughan, Waterloo, Welland, Windsor, Woodstock, Newmarket, Chatham-Kent, Barrie
    Teen Ranch   
    Just an hour from the GTA, a traditional, Christian summer camp & year round retreat facility, specializing in developing youth through horse, hockey, adventure, bmx, soccer, figure skate, volleyball, WHAM & day camps.

    Caledon

    Traditional (multi activity)

    • Ages 5 to 18
    • Coed
    • Day, Overnight
    from $320/week
    sessions & dates
    Day, Overnight Coed 320 5-18 1 Caledon
    YMCA Camps Belwood, Ki-Wa-Y and Wabanaki   
    The K-W YMCA's 3 camps offer a range of activities including a high ropes course and climbing wall, canoe tripping, bmx biking, sailing, kayaking, crafts, archery, and more. March Break programs also available.

    Waterloo; Fergus; Huntsville

    Traditional (multi activity)

    • Ages 5 to 15
    • Coed, Girls
    • Day, Overnight
    from $695/week
    sessions & dates
    Day, Overnight Coed, Girls 695 5-15 2 Waterloo, Fergus, Huntsville
    Athlete Institute Summer Sports Academy   
    Athlete Institute is elite basketball & soccer in Canada! Our summer camps will enhance your IQ & skills. LEARN & PLAY with Canada's best coaches & athletes to EXPERIENCE the ultimate basketball & soccer summer camps!

    Orangeville

    Traditional (multi activity)

    • Ages 6 to 18
    • Coed
    • Day, Overnight
    from $350/week
    sessions & dates
    Day, Overnight Coed 350 6-18 3 Orangeville
    Albion Hills Field Centre   
    A nature-focused camp in a conservation park. Cozy dorms, delicious food, caring staff and lots of time outside being a kid. We help your child build confidence and independence through adventure, leadership & teamwork.

    Caledon

    Adventure (multi)

    • Ages 9 to 13
    • Coed
    • Overnight
    from $720/week
    sessions & dates
    Overnight Coed 720 9-13 4 Caledon
    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!

    Caledon; Halton Hills; Milton

    Traditional (multi activity)

    • Ages 5 to 14
    • Coed
    • Day
    from $190/week
    sessions & dates
    Day Coed 190 5-14 5 Caledon, Halton Hills, Milton
    Camp Nokomis   
    Nokomis is unique in that we are a boy's camp in July and a girl's camp in August; all of our leaders have come up "through the ranks": camper to L.I.T. to Staff to Senior Staff.

    Fergus

    Traditional (multi activity)

    • Ages 7 to 16
    • Girls, Boys
    • Overnight
    from $1,199/session
    Overnight Girls, Boys 1199 7-16 6 Fergus



    What kinds of camp are there in Orangeville?

    Orangeville is home to a wide range of summer and winter camps. This includes both day and overnight options.

    Whether your child is artistic, adventurous, a book worm, or a sports nut, there are plenty of options to choose from. To name just a few of the many, there are specialty camps with soccer, golf, skating, dance, music, robotics, yoga, and STEM programs. You may also choose a traditional camp for your child that offers a wide range of activities, such as swimming, canoeing, arts and crafts, and hiking. And don’t forget about campfires and roasting marshmallows!

    How do I choose the right camp for my child?

    The answer: there is no set formula. Also, there is no “best camp.” The truth is that different camps will work well for different kids.

    Most importantly, you’ll want to find a camp that’s the right fit. And it helps to do some research, read the camp profiles here on Camps.ca, talk to camp officials, ask questions, and visit campgrounds. In the end, you should aim to find a camp that suits your child’s interests, abilities, and social and emotional needs.

    Above, we list camps and programs in Orangeville and the vicinity. Click on a camp profile to learn all about it, including its location, costs, programs, and session dates. You can also contact a camp directly, ask questions, and register your child for a summer session.







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