In Canada, there are plenty of rugby camps for kids, including camps in Toronto, Ottawa, Windsor, Victoria, Montreal, Calgary, and Edmonton. These camps allow your child to improve skills and play. If your child is younger and at a lower level, they’ll the learn the basics of rugby, including rules, strategy, moves, and skills. Learn more about this sport at camps below. Read more
Teacher directed day camps in York Region for children ages 4-15 offering sport instruction in multiple sports and leadership training in a fun environment. Been teaching life through sport and rated 9/10+ since 2013!
High Park, Toronto; Maple; Markham; Richmond Hill
Ontario Educational Leadership Centre
Leadership training for students in Grades 6-12 in the arts, athletics, French language sports, SHSM, school leadership and more. Leadership courses are facilitated by qualified Ontario Teachers. #WeLead
Education: Leadership (multi)
Stanstead College Summer Camps
Summer Camps for local and foreign students. Wide variety of camps offered such as Language, STEM, Cultural, Hockey Specific and much more!
Traditional (multi activity)
Kandalore is one of the finest overnight camps in Canada, providing the best of both canoe tripping and in-camp activities. For over 75 years, Kandalore has given campers the chance to get to know and be themselves.
Traditional (multi activity)
A traditional summer camp, over 26 sports, camp activities, including swimming, tennis, canoeing, biking. Camp AK-O-MAK Encourages girls to be brave and to discover strength while connecting with each other.
McGill Sports Camp
Campers benefit from a multi-sport program and McGill University's extensive athletics facilities. Our mission is to encourage an active and healthy lifestyle in an environment that promotes fair play and sportsmanship.
Most rugby camps take place in the summer. There are, though, some indoor, winter rugby camps. Some of these camps specialize in rugby, while others offer rugby as one activity among others, either in a sports camp or a traditional camp (with lots of different kinds of activities).
They’ll also receive coaching from a trained professional, and practice specific drills. And of course, they’ll play on teams with other children, in games and friendly competitions.
If your child is older and at a higher level, they’ll receive more advanced instruction. In addition to group practices and drills, they’ll receive some one-on-one instruction to refine their skills and improve their conditioning. At this level, they’ll also take part in competitive rugby, where they play in high-level matches. They may also play in tournaments and compete for trophies and awards. This may be as part of a rugby league, either run by the camp itself, or by a separate camp or school organization.
In camp your child will learn to play rugby, possibly at a high level, in a safe and supervised environment. They’ll also learn the rules, etiquette, terminology, and finer points of rugby. In addition, they’ll reap a number of other benefits, including:
Above, find a rugby camp near you. Click on a camp to learn more about its programs, and to contact it directly.