Registration for Summer CampTO opens February 11, 2023.
Registration for March Break CampTO is open.

Cartoon animals surrounding the word CampTO, a larger raccoon wears a green staff shirtChildren and youth can be active, learn new skills and make fun memories close to home at the City’s seasonal camps. Learn How to Register for 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.

How to Register

Visit How to Register for Recreation Programs for information on how to create or manage an account and ways to register for programs.

Free Programs and Subsidies

Learn about free programs and subsidies for recreation programs.

Updated Fee

The 2023 pricing has been updated and while we wait for a Municipal Code Amendment through Council approval, we are using an existing fee for a previously offered half-day program. Our regular CampTO listings are affected by this change and may say “half day” but all 2023 CampTO programs offer full-day experiences from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Age Requirements

  • In most cases, participants must meet the age(s) specified by the program on the program’s first day. Some programs may allow participants that are younger than the specified age to register. This is done by using an override. Prior to the registration date, contact location staff to request an override. Overrides can’t be processed on eFun.
  • Overrides are not permitted for participants under the age of six.
  • Age requirements are mandated by the Child Care and Early Years Act and by Staff to Participant ratios.

All of our CampTO programs offer fun and creative, full-day experiences. Water play or swim days may also be available depending on the location and weather conditions.

Three age groups are available:

  • Early Years – four and five years
  • Child – six to 12 years
  • Youth – 13 to 16 years

CampTO

Campers will enjoy indoor and outdoor games, arts and crafts, sports and more.

CampTO Explore

Encompassing everything CampTO has to offer such as games, sports and arts and crafts, CampTO Explore campers will also participate in a workshop, local trip, or visit from a special guest.

CampTO Plus

Campers will develop or fine-tune their skills in specialized areas of interest including visual and performing arts, sports, science, nature, and more! CampTO Plus builds on all that CampTO Explore has to offer including a workshop, a local trip or a visit from a special guest as well as participating in games, arts and crafts, and sports.

Counsellor in Training

Counsellor in Training (CIT) introduces participants, ages 13 to 16 years, to the fundamentals of being a City of Toronto Camp Counsellor. CITs will learn about leadership and teamwork, creating a safe environment, ages and stages of campers, and program planning. Participants will have the opportunity to do a supervised practical placement in one of our CampTO locations.

To access Adapted and Inclusive Services (AIS) you need an AIS Membership.

Adapted CampTO Explore

Adapted Camp TO Explore provides campers a chance to make friends while taking part in arts, games and sports activities. A workshop, a local trip or a visit from a special guest will add to the excitement.

Adapted CampTO Plus

Adapted CampTO Plus is a fun and creative experience. Campers will develop or fine-tune their skills in specialized areas of interest while also enjoying games, arts and sports. A workshop, a local trip or a visit from a special guest will add to the excitement.

Adapted Counsellor in Training

Adapted Counsellor in Training will introduce participants 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.

This program is for 13 to 29 year olds with special needs.

Inclusive Requests

If your child needs additional support at camp, complete registration for a CampTO program and then request an Inclusive Staff by using the appropriate barcode through eFun, or by phone through Client Services, and apply for a free AIS membership by emailing aiscw@toronto.ca or calling 416-395-6128. We aim to accommodate as many requests as possible.

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.