Rugby camps for kids

Find rugby summer camps and programs in Canada


In Canada, there are plenty of rugby camps for kids, including camps in Toronto, Ottawa, WindsorVictoria, 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

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Crusaders Rugby Club   
The Oakville Crusaders Rugby Club is a family-friendly, non-profit organization that provides rugby-based activities for all ages.

Oakville
Sport: Rugby
  • Ages 4 to 18 (Coed)
  • Day
  • from $200/week
Day openCamp Coed 200 4-18 0 Oakville, Ontario


Camps offering rugby for kids as an activity
Appleby College Summer Programs   
Located on our beautiful 60-acre lakeside campus in southwest Oakville, Appleby Summer Programs offer a wide variety of day camp, enrichment and credit program options for campers and students ages 4-17.

Oakville; Online
Traditional (multi activity)
  • Ages 4 to 17 (Coed)
  • Virtual Program, Day
  • from $435/week
Virtual Program, Day openCamp Coed 435 4-17 0 Oakville, Ontario, Virtual Program,
Camp Ak-O-Mak   
A traditional summer camp with over 26 sports and camp activities, including swimming, tennis, canoeing, biking and more.

Parry Sound
Sport (multi)
  • Ages 7 to 16 ( Girls)
  • Overnight
  • from $1,000/week
Overnight openCamp Girls 1000 7-16 1 Parry Sound, Ontario
Olympia Sports Camp   
We offer kids professional instruction, guidance to grow & excel while having fun! Choose from over 90 programs in Sport, Leadership, Adventure, Art, Recreation, Self-Discovery & Fitness.

Huntsville
Sport (multi)
  • Ages 8 to 17 (Coed)
  • Overnight
  • from $1,200/week
Overnight Coed 1200 8-17 2 Huntsville, Ontario
Camp North Star   
A co-ed overnight camp on 200 acres in Poland, Maine. Campers enjoy an elective program with 100+ choices that focuses on instruction and skill development in Arts, Athletics, Enrichment, Outdoors and Waterfront.

Maine
Traditional (multi activity)
  • Ages 7 to 17 (Coed)
  • Overnight
  • from $3,100/session
Overnight openCamp Coed 3100 7-17 3 Maine, Maine(USA)
Rouge Camps   
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. Teaching life through sport and rated 9/10+ since 2013!

High Park, Toronto; Markham; Vaughan
Traditional (multi activity)
  • Ages 4 to 15 (Coed)
  • Day
  • from $285/week
Day openCamp Coed 285 4-15 4 High Park, Toronto, Ontario, Markham, Ontario, Vaughan, Ontario, Vaughan,
Brentwood College School Summer Camps   
Located on beautiful Vancouver Island, Brentwood College School offers focused camps for Soccer, Academics, Rowing, Rock Band, Debate, and Musical Theatre for kids aged 7 to 17.

Mill Bay
Traditional (multi activity)
  • Ages 7 to 17 (Coed)
  • Day, Overnight
  • from $160/week
Day, Overnight openCamp Coed 160 7-17 5 Mill Bay, British Columbia
Bayview Glen Camp   
Located centrally in Toronto, this summer camp offers air conditioned buildings, robotics, sports and arts camps, heated swimming pools and more.

Don Mills, Toronto; York Mills, Toronto
Traditional (multi activity)
  • Ages 4 to 14 (Coed)
  • Day
  • from $2,300/session
Day openCamp Coed 2300 4-14 6 Don Mills, Toronto, Ontario, York Mills, Toronto, Ontario



Different kinds of rugby camps

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).

What great rugby camps have to offer

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.

The benefits of rugby camps

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:

  • Improved conditioning
  • Skills development
  • Competition suited to their level
  • Leadership and sportsmanship
  • Improved confidence

Above, find a rugby camp near you. Click on a camp to learn more about its programs, and to contact it directly.



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