Sault Ste. Marie camps

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We list after-school programs and summer camps in Sault Ste Marie, including those serving neighbourhoods like Carpin Beach, Cedar Heights, Eastside, Grandview Gardens, Nokomis Beach, The P Patch, Pointe aux Pins, and Pointe des Chênes. Under the list, find more advice about camp options, what they cost, and how to make your search easy.   Read more

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    Camp STEAM   
    Camp STEAM offers coding, technology, robotics and animation camps. Campers will execute large-scale projects teaching them how perspectives from all STEAM disciplines can be used to solve a problem in a unique way.

    Kingston; North Bay; Orleans; Sault Ste Marie; Sudbury
    Education: STEAM
    • Ages 5 to 14 (Coed)
    • Day Camp
    • from $180
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    Types of Sault Ste. Marie kids’ camps

    Sault Ste. Marie summer camps and kids’ programs vary widely. Some camps help kids and teens learn away from school, including science camps and STEM camps. Technology and the arts are both part of summer camps’ curriculum. The Soo is also home to a number of camps with special needs support, opening up the experience to kids who need support for kids with disabilities and diabetes, for example. 

    How much do Sault Ste. Marie kids camps cost? 

    Camps in Sault Ste. Marie start from $166 per month. 

    How to find the right Sault Ste. Marie kids’ camp

    Choosing good camps or programs for your children is easier when you delve into research. It’s best to do your homework early in the year. You can learn a lot about camps by researching profiles in-depth on Camps.ca, browsing reviews and focusing on the activities your child cares about.

    When speaking to camps, arm yourself with the most pertinent questions, to help you discern which is the right fit for your child. Here’s a list of questions to ask camps:

    • How much daily or weekly time is given to your child’s favourite activities? Consider how this will impact your child’s enjoyment of the camp. 
    • What is the goal of the camp session? What are the projected outcomes for kids? 
    • What is the camp’s ratio of kids to counsellors? A lower ratio of kids to leaders is generally better. 
    • What is the camp’s track record with regard to safety? 
    • How many references and testimonials can the camp give you? Read these and consider how they resonate with you.  
    • Does the camp have any discounts for siblings or any other financial relief? 
    • What is the camp’s policy regarding special diets or food allergies? Consider how this will affect your child.


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