Parks, gardens and community centres around Toronto offer nature and eco programming for kids of all ages.
At the High Park Children’s Garden and Teaching Kitchen, children and youth can participate in organic gardening, nature education and healthy cooking programs.
The Children’s Garden and Teaching Kitchen is located within High Park.
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Watch Me Grow Family Drop-In Program
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For over 60 years, Camp Naorca staff have passed down its best-loved traditions to campers who gain a greater awareness of and appreciation for nature and the environment.
Campers will spend fun-filled days enjoying camp activities in an amazing natural setting, while also participating in traditional camp activities.
Humriva Day Camp is located along the Humber River (Lambton Valley) and it provides a unique outdoor camp experience in a natural setting within the city.
This is an active fun-filled camp for kids who love being outdoors. From organic gardening to nature exploration and hiking, there is so much that awaits your junior camper.
The City’s outdoor day camps are accredited by the Ontario Camps Association (OCA).
Take the Centre Island ferry from the Jack Layton Terminal at 9 Queens Quay. After disembarking, turn left toward Avenue of the Island, walk along it about 500m until you reach The Mall. Find the garden next to the Toronto Island Nature School.
An interactive garden in the Toronto Island Park, The Franklin Children’s Garden is divided into seven sections where children can enjoy gardening, storytelling, exploring wildlife and visiting seven child-accessible sculptures from the Franklin the Turtle series.
Franklin Children’s Garden is designed for self-guided exploration and discovery and is open seven days a week. Listed below are programs, events and daily activities offered throughout the summer.
Drop in at Little Sprouts Garden between 1 to 4 p.m. daily in July and August for fun kids’ craft projects with creative outdoor themes.
Spend a half-day as a Parent/Guardian with a child at Franklin Children’s Garden. Activities include storytelling, bug identification, organic gardening, nature studies and crafts. Check out the Toronto FUN Guide to register.
The High Park Nature Centre is a charitable organization that promotes awareness and respect for nature through year-round, hands-on outdoor nature education and park stewardship. For information on year-round programming, visit the Centre’s website.