Surrey Camps

Summer camps and kids's programs from across the city

Below, you’ll find a comprehensive list of the most prestigious summer camps and spring break programs in Surrey, BC British Columbia. Whatever your child's interests are, you'll surely be able to find something that suits them. Below find camps from across the city, including those serving Grandview, Guildford, Newton, and Whalley. Read more

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    List of Surrey camps


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    Kids camps in Surrey

    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.

    Throughout British Columbia (40)
    Sport: Cycling
    • Ages 2 to 12 (Coed)
    • Day Camp, Program
    • from $199
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    Little Kitchen Academy   
    The leading Montessori-inspired cooking academy for children ages 3-18 providing an empowering environment to learn practical life skills, confidence, independence, and healthy eating habits to last a lifetime.

    Richmond; Surrey; Vancouver
    Arts: Cooking
    • Ages 3 to 18 (Coed)
    • Day Camp, Program, Virtual Program
    • from $69
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    Types Of Surrey Kids' Camps

    At camp, children and instructors come together to establish a community, spend time outdoors, and learn life skills. We work with camps across Surrey, ranging from March Break and Spring Break camps to summer camps and programs. Each is unique in terms of environment and specialization. 

    Traditional Camps in Surrey

    These camps incorporate a unique mix of sports, outdoors, creative arts, and other activities into programming, resulting in a diverse range of activities. Camps often have students stay for one to eight weeks, and there are also traditional day programmes. 

    Arts Camps in Surrey

    Surrey offers several great camps tailor-made for budding artists and creatives. Listed above find arts camps including everything from cooking and baking camps to theatre arts and drama camps. 

    Special needs camps

    Children with physical restrictions receive particular attention and have access to specialized facilities, allowing them to participate in a variety of camp activities. Trained adult supervisors are always present. Camps are often sponsored by non-profit or philanthropic organizations.

    Sports camps in Surrey

    Surrey’s sports camps offer intense activity to test kids’ athleticism and increase their physical literacy. They deepen their love of sports like soccer, hockey, baseball, and basketball. Find sports camps listed above. 

    Religious Camps

    These camps, run by Christian or Jewish groups, offer a wide range of outdoor activities while emphasizing spiritual values. Prayer and religious education are incorporated into everyday camp life.

    Overnight camps

    These camps are often located in isolated areas near provincial parks and may have restricted access to modern amenities like electricity and WiFi. There’s an emphasis on outdoor activities, and programs include things like multi-day hiking or canoe expeditions.

    How much do Surrey camps cost?

    Summer camps in Surrey, BC can vary in costs according to the type of camp. On average, typical overnight/ sleepaway camps can cost $250 to $1,000 each week, whereas day camps cost $50 to $500 for the same time period. This includes access to the camp's amenities, food, lodging, medical services, and supervision by qualified staff members.  

    How to choose the right camp

    Consider your child’s interests first and foremost when choosing a camp. Summer camp can provide fun and meaningful adventures tailored to a child's interests and mental age through a range of programmes and activities. Explore the camp brochures and websites linked to above. Here are some points to consider: 

    • What location would be ideal for my child?
    • Do I want a regular seasonal camp that provides my child a range of experiences, or do I want to pick a specialist or family camp that concentrates on a certain activity or set of skills? 
    • What enrollment size will help my youngster feel at ease?
    • What hierarchy of administration do I want the camp to have?
    • Does my youngster like having a variety of activities to choose from?
    • Is my child prepared to sleep away from home for an extended period of time?

    Upcoming Events view all events on

    Jun 20
    Three R's Academics
    Summer Camp 2024  
    June 20, 2024
    Jun 21
    Upper Canada Child Care Summer Camps
    Camp Registration Deadline  
    June 21, 2024
    Jun 22
    Camp Tapawingo, YWCA
    Summer Camp Open House  
    June 22, 2024
    Jun 23
    Camp Wenonah
    New Camper & Family Open House  
    June 23, 2024

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