It’s often challenging to find accommodations for your child on a PA or PD day. Whether your child is a kindergartener or entering the teenage years, it’s important to find a camp that’s safe, fun, and interesting. In Canada, many camps fit this bill, including some in Toronto, Oakville, Windsor, Montreal, Victoria, Edmonton, Calgary, and Winnipeg, Manitoba. Read more
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, ninja warrior, WHAM & day camps.
Safari Zoo Camp
The only residential summer camp of its kind in the world, participants work hands on alongside professional animal care staff to care for a variety of animals, many rare and endangered.
The STEAM Project
Camps and classes for creative girls and boys who love science, technology, robotics, and design projects. Our kids learn while they experiment, invent, digitally fabricate, and build projects with their own hands!
Markham; Richmond Hill
Canadian Contemporary School of Art
A contemporary art school that teaches skills and methods to inspire artistic expression for all ages. We offer painting, fashion design, filmmaking, animation, sculpting, architecture and more!
Arts: Visual Arts (multi)
Power Soccer School of Excellence
The largest soccer summer camp program in Canada offers a well organized program that mixes instruction, training and fun.
Bridle Path, Toronto; Danforth Village, Toronto; East York, Toronto; Forest Hill, Toronto
Our weeks focus on themes such as Dinosaurs, Animals, etc. for our younger campers 5-8 years old and Science, Outdoors, Arts, etc. for our older campers 9-12 year old. Weekly field trips to Toronto's attractions included
Baby Point, Toronto; Roncesvalles Village, Toronto; Wallace Emerson, Toronto
Traditional (multi activity)
Many PA day camps are open for all Professional Activity days throughout the school year. And, to help you out, lots of them enable you to book your child ahead of time, for all days you need accommodation.
There are a wide range of different kinds of PA day camps and programs. For instance, there are sports camps, focusing on gymnastics, swimming, waterskiing, or taekwondo. There are also arts camps, focusing on dance or drama. And, there are educational camps, focusing on computers, nature, and public speaking. These camps are offered in the fall, spring, and winter.
No matter which camp you choose, you can expect to be provided with a daily schedule of activities. You can also be sure your child will be in a safe and nurturing environment, and be supervised by qualified staff. Depending on the camp, your child may also be provided with snacks and/or meals (most camps will provide all of this information upfront).
It’s important to find a camp or program that’s the right fit for your child. You’ll want one that’s fun and interesting for your child, and that provides the right social and developmental environment for them.