Richmond BC Camps

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Richmond, BC has many opportunities for young girls and boys to meet new people, make new memories, and gain life skills. Camps are found in neighbourhoods like Sea Island, East Richmond, City Centre, West Richmond, Steveston, South Arm, Burkeville, and Hamilton. Find further details about Richmond’s camps below. Read more

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    List of Richmond camps


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    Kids' camps in Richmond, BC

    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 British Columbia (40)
    Sport: Cycling
    • Ages 2 to 12 (Coed)
    • Day Camp, Program
    • from $199
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    Little Kitchen Academy - Surrey   
    A Montessori-inspired cooking academy offering camps, workshops and weekly classes. Come in and see your child grow with joy, mindfulness and independence.

    Richmond; Surrey
    Arts: Cooking
    • Ages 3 to 18 (Coed)
    • Day Camp, Program, Virtual Program
    • from $210
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    About Richmond Camps

    At Richmond, BC camps, kids and teens experience personal growth, gaining new essential skills and traits. Richmond’s top day camps immerse children in a variety of fun activities. For kids looking for deeper learning, there’s a diverse range of classes and after-school programs, offered both in-person and online. Busy families find further accommodation at half-day camps offered in the city.

    Known for its lush landscapes and various natural amenities (like parks and trails) Richmond knows how important it is to lead an active lifestyle. The city’s most popular camp type is sports camps. With activities such as cycling, swimming, basketball, and more, camps inspire young kids and teens to stay active and give them space to destress, release tension, and boost their adrenaline.

    Day Camps in Richmond ignite your child’s passion for learning. Exciting games, challenges, and projects await prospective campers. With different activities available, kids and teens find specific topics that interest them, including topics that your child may pursue in the future. 

    Over the course of day camp, your child connects deeper with others, nature, and themselves. The social scene at day camps is unmatched, as kids collaborate with peers in multiple activities. Outdoor activities are also offered at Richmond’s day camps. Your child connects with nature on a deeper level. They also reap the benefits of outdoor fitness and fresh air. Kids and teens  begin to recognize where their interests lie and what type of student, friend, and leader they wish to be. 

    Collaboration is heavily encouraged at all camps. Kids and teens connect with others across the city and expand their circle of friends beyond school. At some camps, campers are separated by age and/or skill level, while others mix all kids together.  

    Selecting the Best Camp for Your Child

    With many camp options readily available, start your selection process early. Families seeking Richmond summer camps should begin their search in the winter. This gives you the proper amount of time to consider all of your camp needs and options. Here are some steps that may be beneficial to follow during your search:

    1. Keep open communication with the prospective camper. While you may have specific goals for them, also consider their personal goals and needs. As you research, keep their needs in mind.
    2. List essential camp elements needed. These include a camp’s age range, price, location(s), activities, duration, and extra accommodations. List your needs in each of these areas, but stay as flexible as possible with certain items. 
    3. Contact camp leaders directly after narrowing your search. Ask questions like:
    • How are itineraries divided between different activities?
    • What special needs support do you provide, if any?
    • Are meals or snacks provided by the camp? How do you handle diet restrictions?
    • Are camp leaders trained prior to camp? Are they certified in First Aid, CPR, or lifeguard training? What is the ratio between campers and leaders?

    After following these steps, you are sure to find the best camp for your child. To kickstart your search, browse our list of summer camp information articles.

    Upcoming Events view all events on

    Dec 15
    TAC - Sports, Aquatics and Education
    EARLY BIRD DEADLINE - March Break Camps 2023/2024  
    December 15, 2023
    Dec 16
    Rocky Ridge Ranch
    Annual Christmas Open House  
    December 16, 2023
    Dec 27
    The Second City Training Centre
    Winter Camps 2023  
    December 27, 2023

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