Squamish camps

Find camps in Squamish and area listed below

We list Squamish summer camps and kids’ programs here, including camps in Valleycliffe and Northridge.  Read more

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    List of Squamish camps


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    Summer camps in Squamish, BC

    Easter Seal Summer Camp   
    Easter Seals camps are for children and adults (6-49) with physical and cognitive disabilities. With fully accessible facilities and specially trained staff, our programs can accommodate campers with all abilities.

    Kelowna; Shawnigan Lake; Squamish
    Traditional (multi activity)
    • Ages 6 to 49 (Coed)
    • Day Camp, Overnight Camp, Virtual Program
    • from $1
    daycampovernightcampvirtualprogramcoed 1 6-49 1KelownaShawnigan LakeSquamishBritish Columbia


    Types of camps in Squamish

    Squamish is one of the province’s best overnight camp destinations, ideal for families from Greater Vancouver. At overnight camp, kids participate in memorable activities like canoeing, swimming, hiking, and campfires. Aside from those quintessential summer camp activities, you can also participate in sports like basketball and soccer and arts activities like acting, drawing, and music. Every day is a new adventure.

    Cost of camps in Squamish

    Camps listed here are mainly overnight camps, weeklong sessions that cost $850 to $1000. Day camps in Squamish cost $150 to $200 for traditional multi-activity camps, while camps focused on special topics like education (e.g. STEM camps) or sports (like soccer camps) will cost from $350 to over $500. 

    How to find the best camp for your child

    When you reach out to the camps linked above, here are the top questions to ask: 

    • How much experience do camp leaders have and how established is the camp? 
    • Who will I have contact with from the camp? 
    • Can the camp share an activity schedule?
    • How much does the camp focus on activities my child enjoys?
    • How are campers grouped and how big are the groups? 
    • How many leaders per child are there? 
    • How is discipline and bullying handled and what training do leaders have? 
    • What’s the final goal or takeaway for campers? 
    • Can they share testimonials or reviews from previous campers and families?

    On our sister site, OurKids.net, you’ll find a longer look at 14 key questions to ask camps.

    Upcoming Events view all events on OurKids.net

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