Nicole Comrie-Bain, Outdoor Education and Camp Coordinator
RECE, Forest School Practitioner
Summer camp is a great opportunity for children to freely explore, dive more deeply into what they love doing, and create lasting memories.
In my experience, adults who were fortunate to go to summer camp look back on those experiences with nostalgia and happiness. We remember the friendships we made, the songs we sang, the games we played, the trees we climbed and our days at the beach swimming in the hot afternoon sun. Camp wasn’t just a way to pass summer break; it was something I looked forward to each year, a place I belonged.
Since 1983, Upper Canada Child Care’s licensed day camps have been providing many of those opportunities to thousands of children.
UCCC camps strive to build positive relationships with our campers and create programming that reflects our campers’ interests. Much of the program takes place outdoors; we utilize local parks, green spaces, and splash pads whenever possible. We value all the benefits the outdoors provides. Our outdoor experiences may include large group games, building forts, scavenger hunts, art in the park and sports. In addition, we go on a weekly field trip to a variety of places including, beaches, conservation areas, and some major attractions in the GTA. These trips allow our campers to experience something new, seek adventure, and most importantly, have fun!
Come join us this summer!