Best March Break and Spring Camps in Toronto (GTA) for 2023

Which March Break and Spring camps are available for your kids in the Toronto area?

We've narrowed your search down to a list of great local programs. Whether your kids are into sports, tech, arts, or simply, a having good time with friends, you're sure to find the perfect camp for your child from this list of Toronto camp programs. Take a look at some of our 2023 summer camp picks for children in Toronto:

  • Camp SLI

    Description: Sidney Ledson Institute is open year-round including the March Activity Week (March Break) and summer holidays. (We are closed only for the Christmas holidays.)

    During the March Activity Week, our regular students continue with their normal course work; visiting students from other schools engage in advancement activities or standard curriculum reinforcement as per parent request. The March Activity Week curriculum features a variety of curricular and extra-curricular events that build on enhancing academic and socio-emotional skills, as well as engaging students in activities that are simply… loads of fun!

    Ages: Pre-K to Gr 6

    Camp Director: Rumina Shivji

  • UTS Camps

    Experience Innovation @ UTS is offering families a roster of online camps to choose from this summer!

    Description: Each program will deliver half day sessions (variable times) to engage and inspire learning in new and challenging areas.

    Camp Director: Kara Lysne-Paris

  • UCC Camps

    Ages: UCC Summer Day Camps will be celebrated its 44th year of outstanding summer camps for children aged 4 to 16 in 2022.

    Description: The camps strive to offer young people exciting learning opportunities in a variety of disciplines. We concentrate on participation, cooperation and fun.

    Camp Director: Marnie Peters

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  • CampTO

    CampTO is a creative camp experience in every neighbourhood across Toronto.

    Description: Children ages four to 16 years can be active, learn new skills and make fun memories close to home, with physical activities, arts and crafts, nature-based programs, outdoor activities in parks and more.

  • The STEAM Project

    Description: The STEAM Project believes children deserve exciting, hands-on experiences that prepare them for a successful and rewarding future!

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