Ready, set, summer
Our first camp guide of the year offers detailed information on programs for every child
The options for summer programs are endless, and it’s all about finding the right fit with your child’s interests.
Our comprehensive camp guide features vital details that parents need to know when choosing a camp, such as average cabin size, camper-to-staff ratio, session length and session cost, as well as age ranges for each camp and total enrolment.
This guide provides information not only about day camps, but residential camps and study-abroad experiences too.
Day camps are often the most popular choice for many Toronto families, and so we’ve ensured a variety of listings are available so you can make the best possible choice for your child.
Options range from camps run by local private schools, such as Bayview Glen and Branksome Hall, to swimming-focused camps such as Frank’s Swim School. Toronto Mandarin School is offering a summer camp for those looking to further their language skills.
For families looking for residential camps, both Camp Hurontario and Taylor Statten Camps offer programs that fit the bill. And for those looking to go even farther from home, Blyth Academy offers a study-abroad summer camp experience.
As you go through the listings, remember the number one tip is to include your child in the decision-making process by asking for their input and reviewing the programs together.