Find kids’ camps in Winnipeg, MB, listed here. These include camps serving neighbourhoods like Charleswood, Corydon, Fort Gary, Fort Whyte, Osborne Village, St. Boniface, St. James, Transcona, and the West and North Ends of the city. Below the listings, parents and kids can learn more about choosing a camp. Read more
Prep Academy Tutors
Tutoring services for all subjects in-home & online for elementary, high school and university courses. We offer remedial programs. Certified teachers deliver lessons that focus on each child's learning style.
Education: Academic/Tutoring (multi)
From camps for kids to instructional programs raise your game by working on your skills and learn the fun way, through play-based teaching. Canlan Sports is where we play.
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.
Royal City Soccer Camps
Canada's #1 grassroots summer soccer day camps offering full day and half day sessions in July and August weeks to children aged 5 to 13 years old.
InterVarsity Pioneer Camp Manitoba
Come and explore the wilderness under trained staff who will guide you into amazing adventures and outdoor experiences. You will learn life skills, build friendships, and have tons of outdoor fun!
Traditional (multi activity)
Overnight camps and day camps in Winnipeg are both great ways for children to have fun and make new friends, each with its own advantages.
Overnight camps are typically longer in duration, usually lasting a week but sometimes a few. longer. Campers typically stay in cabins or tents and participate and the camp schedule is filled with activities like swimming, hiking, arts and crafts, and... more swimming! Away from parents, kids develop character traits like independence and accountability, as well as more personal traits like empathy. It’s an immersive experience that creates both memories and friendships that can last a lifetime.
Winnipeg day camps are shorter in duration, some being only half days, most of them restricted to one week sessions. Day camps may be traditional but many of them focus on an activity such as soccer or other sports, or education subjects like STEM, robotics, science, etc. Day camps are a great way for children to have fun and make new friends, but they don’t provide the same level of independence and bonding that overnight camps do.
Overnight camps are also more costly, of course, with the cost covering lodging, facilities, and meals.
When choosing a Winnipeg kids’ camp, start with a list of your wants and needs, both yours and your child’s. Here are some prompts:
Once you have a few contenders in your selection process, approach camps, armed with questions such as these suggested below:
Read recommendations and testimonials from others and as you do so, consider which of them most resonate with you.