With Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation, campers will have a fun, safe, rewarding and, most of all, memorable summer.
To ensure a high quality program, all activities are age specific. Campers must be the required age by the start of the program.
Our camp staff have been carefully selected for their enthusiasm, experience and background in working with children. Staff participate in presummer training which include child management, appropriate program planning, risk management, inclusion and support and much more. All staff are certified in Emergency First Aid.
We welcome and include children and youth with special needs/disabilities to explore our summer camp opportunities at a level of participation suitable to their ability, program choice and facility access. To ensure a positive camp experience we would ask that parents/caregivers contact their local facility prior to registering to ensure the activities offered are appropriate for their child's needs. We also provide one-on-one support for campers requiring the additional support. Arrangements can be made through the Adapted/Integrated section prior to registering - space are limited.
Staff will provide swimming opportunities for campers, where possible, in accordance with the City of Toronto Admittance Policy for Day Camps/Groups.
A supervised lunch period is offered at each location. Children must bring their own snacks and lunch each day (full-day programs only). In order to reduce the risk of exposure to nut allergies, we recommend participants bring nut-free lunches to camps.
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Camps do not operate on statutory holidays.