Summer CampTO runs from July 4 to September 2, 2022.
There’s a City of Toronto camp in every neighbourhood across the city.
For free drop-in programs in parks, visit Outdoor Recreation Programs.
Visit For Parents and Caregivers for day-to-day camp information, including what to bring and details on sign-in/out procedures.
Visit eFun to find camps, locations and times.
Visit How to Register for Recreation Programs for information on how to create or manage an account and ways to register for programs.
Learn about free programs and subsidies for recreation programs.
Visit eFun to find locations and times. Visit the Adapted and Inclusive Services section of this site for Adapted CampTO information.
CampTO is a creative camp experience where children ages four to 16 years can be active, learn new skills and make fun memories close to home. CampTO combines physical activities, arts and crafts, nature-based programs and outdoor activities in parks.
CampTO Plus camps offer a mix of the traditional camp experience with a focus on a particular interest or skill for ages four to 16.
Campers will have the opportunity to complete a variety of craft projects that they will be able to take home at the end of the week.
This camp combines the study of ecology and art. Campers will have an opportunity to explore their environment, learn about preservation, and identify wildlife and plant specimens. Campers will use their environment as a backdrop for art projects of different media including drawing, painting, relief art and sculpture. Campers will also enjoy traditional camp activities like crafts, games and water play.
Campers will develop the fundamentals of baseball. A minimum of two hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as throwing, hitting and fielding.
Campers will develop the fundamentals of basketball. A minimum of two hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as dribbling, layups and ball handling techniques.
Campers will learn basic routines, dances and acrobatic moves. They will demonstrate their new skills at an end-of-session show.
Explore the arts and science of computers! Campers will learn about computers in a recreational setting.
Campers will learn the art of cooking, as well as the basics of nutrition and healthy eating, cooking techniques and kitchen safety.
This camp is for participants who have a story to tell. A minimum of two hours a day will be focused on thought organization, plot and character development.
Campers will strengthen their basic cycling skills and learn how to do hand signals, shoulder checks, steer, turn and change gears. Students must bring their own bicycle helmet, a working bicycle with a bell and a lock. Participants may ride in a non-vehicular park. There will be no riding on streets.
Campers who already know how to ride a bike, will learn how to ride safely and competently on residential streets.
Campers will explore a variety of dance including ballet, jazz, hip hop and contemporary. They will be introduced to a variety of dance techniques that focus on flexibility, strength and endurance. A minimum of two hours a day will be spent on formal instruction, in addition to recreational activities.
Campers will learn the latest hip hop dance moves and choreography, including bounces, contractions, body rolls and waves. Hip Hop is a street dance that uses strong, fast, smooth, and fluid movements.
Campers will learn formal dance instructions and take part in the mysteries of the theatre through drama coaching, set designs and dramatic performances.
Step into the spotlight and take part in the mysteries of the theatre, through drama coaching, set design and dramatic performances. Campers will be introduced to tableaux, role-play and improv through an intensive look of techniques used in drama. Students will also learn basics in voice projection, expression and script interpretation via skits and exercises.
For campers who love to explore and connect with the outdoor environment. Activities include hiking, crafts and playing nature games.
Campers will develop the fundamentals of flag football. A minimum of two hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as passing, receiving and offensive and defensive plays will take place in formal instruction and scrimmages.
Campers will develop the fundamentals of ball hockey. A minimum of two hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as shooting, passing and scrimmages.
Enjoy the summer camp experience in a French immersion setting. Campers will participate in various activities while improving their French skills.
Campers will work on floor skills such as front roll progressions, handstands and cartwheels. Floor work also includes leaps, jumps and turns and connecting locomotion skills.
Campers will be immersed into the world of vegetation and wildlife on Toronto Island. They will learn about edible species, growing vegetation and surviving in the wilderness. Campers will also have fun with arts, crafts and games using eco-friendly materials.
Campers will embark on a complete Toronto Island experience, including canoeing, fishing in the lagoons, riding the ferry, visiting the Franklin Children’s Garden and learning the basics of urban gardening and the importance of pollinators in our ecosystem. They will also create and perform at the island theatre and step back in time to learn about the history of the island.
Campers will explore the challenges of being a voyager on the water, including how to canoe and kayak through the Toronto Islands and how to fish. They will learn about the indigenous wildlife on the island, visit the Franklin Children’s Garden and learn the basics of urban gardening and the importance of pollinators in our ecosystem. Campers will also take part in the arts through an environmental lens and step back in time to learn about the history of the island.
Through the art of dance, drama and music, campers will come to life on the stage! Special guests may make an appearance at camp to share their experience in the arts. Each camp session will conclude with a performance by the campers.
Young artists will be introduced to the art of photography, including understanding a camera and basic photography skills.
Young artists will be introduced to photography, understanding their own mobile device (smartphone or tablet) and basic photography skills.
Discover the world of science through fun and exciting games, activities and experiments. Activities are designed to help campers investigate the properties of science.
Campers will develop the fundamentals of soccer. A minimum of two hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as kicking, passing and heading.
Campers will learn the fundamentals of a variety of sports. A minimum of two hours a day will focus on developing their skills through drills, practice and play.
Campers will develop the fundamentals of tennis. A minimum of two hours a day will be focused on developing skills such as a forehand, back hand and serving.
Explore a wide variety of art mediums as campers learn the secrets of painting, sketching, drawing and more.
Counsellor in Training will introduce participants, ages 13 to 16 years, to the fundamentals of being a City of Toronto Camp Counsellor. Participants will learn about program planning and working with campers in an interactive environment. Participants will also get the opportunity to do a supervised practical placement in a City of Toronto summer camp.
To access Adapted and Inclusive Services (AIS) you need an AIS Membership.
If your child needs additional support at camp, complete registration for CampTO programming and then register for Adapted and Inclusive Services by using the appropriate barcode through eFun, the Recreation Call Centre or In-Person (where and when available).
Adapted CampTO is a creative camp experience that offers a safe, enjoyable and rewarding experience for individuals with disabilities. Programs include modified outdoor and physical activities, active and quiet games, arts and crafts and nature-based activities.
Counsellor in Training will introduce participants with disabilities and special needs, ages 13 to 16 years, to the fundamentals of being a City of Toronto Camp Counsellor.
Virtual Adapted CampTO brings the camp experience home for individuals with disabilities. Our qualified staff remotely engage virtual campers in creative and fun activities that may focus on science, storytelling, crafts, games, dance, cooking or music. This virtual camp will also focus on social skills and staying active through movement. Some activities may require guardian support.
We offer supervised care before and/or after camp for children registered in a City of Toronto camp program. Extended hours can vary by location. Register for extended hours on efun.