Regina camps

Find summer camps and kids programs in Regina below

Find Regina summer camps and year-round programs listed below, including programs in Harbour Landing, Whitmore Park, Normanview, and Glencairn, and ideal for families from nearby towns like Albatross, Pilot Butte, and others.  Read more

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    List of Regina camps


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    Summer camps and programs in Regina

    Four Point Basketball   
    Four Point Basketball in partnership with Nike Basketball Camps and Jr NBA provide an exceptional curriculum suitable for Introductory, Foundational, Advanced, and Performance Level players. We 'Make swishes come true!'

    Sport: Basketball
    • Ages 6 to 17 (Coed, Girls, Boys)
    • Day Camp, Program
    • from $295
    daycampprogramclasscoedallgirlsallboys 295 6-17 1ReginaSaskatchewan
    Royal City Soccer Camps   
    Canada's #1 grassroots summer soccer day camps offering full day and half day sessions in July and August weeks to children aged 5 to 13 years old.

    Sport: Soccer
    • Ages 5 to 13 (Coed)
    • Day Camp
    • from $154
    daycampcoed 154 5-13 2ReginaSaskatchewan


    Kinds of camps in Regina

    There’s a wide variety of camps and programs available in Regina, of which sports camp is a perennial favourite, notably basketball programs and soccer summer camps. Day camp is the most popular choice for parents trying to fill the summer calendar but weekend programs and PA day camps are also worth considering. 

    Costs of camps in Regina

    Day camps in Regina start at $159 for a one-week session, ranging up to $295 per week and higher, depending on the camp’s specialization and expertise.

    How to find the best Regina camp for your family

    When you reach out to the camps linked above, ask great questions to ensure you find a camp that matches your needs. 

    Here’s our starter list

    • What’s the goal or projected outcome of the camp or program? 
    • How are campers grouped and how big are groups?
    • What’s the ratio of camp leaders to campers in each group? 
    • What training do leaders have in discipline, bullying, and safety (First Aid, etc.)?
    • How much experience do they have in leading camp? 
    • Is financial aid available, such as sibling discounts?  

    This is only a start. Find longer, more detailed questions to ask camps on

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