Find St. Catharines’ day camps and kids’ summer programs here! Included in the list are camps and programs in Thorold and Port Dalhousie, as well as camps close to neighbourhoods like Merritton, Glenridge, Grantham, and Lakeport. Read more
Ridley College Summer Programmes
Ridley College is located in St.Catharines, Ontario, Canada. Summer Programme offering include ESL boarding credit/camp, Summer Academy OSSD credits, Music Academy, Day Camps, Advanced Performance Sports and many more!
Traditional (multi activity)
STEM Camp is a weekly summer day camp at more than 50 locations across Canada where youth aged 5-13 engage in fun and amazing activities in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math. 519-475-6600. stemcamp.ca
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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.
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For all students interested in public speaking, debating and Model United Nations. A well-rounded program open to all ability levels and interests, ages 10 - 17. Debate day and overnight camps running June - August.
Forest Hill, Toronto; Lawrence Heights, Toronto; North Toronto, Toronto; Ottawa; St. Catharines
Kids in St Catharines can take part in many different camp activities. Popular types are sports camps like soccer camps or hockey schools, arts camps like dance camps or music camps, and technology camps ranging from Minecraft programs to robotics camps. Note that camps also offer March break programs as well as PA day camps. Finally, St. Catharines and area also has many camps for kids with exceptional needs.
Parents that commute elsewhere on the Niagara Peninsula can also consider camps in nearby cities. We also feature pages on
Weeklong day camps in St. Catherines start at just under $200 per week, while more high profile or more specialized camps can cost up to $500. As with all things, you get what you pay for. Camp is always an investment in children’s future and their long term personal development.
Over 25 years, Our Kids has seen how camps help kids develop responsibility, grow in independence, and make fitness fun for kids. Those are just a few of the character traits kids develop at camp. Go to our sister site to learn more about how camps develop courage, creativity, curiosity, and other soft skills.
Sort through the camps above and you’ll find several different options, so how do you know what’s best for your child? Ask the right questions.
Here are 10 questions to start with when talking to camp leaders: