Best Summer Camps in Toronto for 2023

Which summer 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

    Ages: Sidney Ledson Institute is excited to offer campers (preschool – Gr 6) the best of traditional and innovative learning experiences, with flexibility in program format to prioritize health-safety.

    Academic Curriculum Overview: The program this year is structured for a balanced academic and multi activity program; for the morning sessions campers engage in the best of traditional and innovative learning experiences, engaging in Math and English subjects as per the new Ontario curriculum as well as a practical STEM approach in entrepreneurship and financial literacy. The afternoon program features different theme-based workshops and activities for each two-week session, through which campers are introduced to the worlds of Art and Architecture, Animals and Archeology, Ancient Civilizations and Astronomy, and Magic and Mystery. Campers will have the unique experience of learning through investigation, innovation and creativity, teamwork, public presentation and speaking, as well as weekly in-school workshops.

    Physical Activity Overview: They will have an opportunity to learn about their natural environment as they hike through the Betty Sutherland Trail and will engage in various outdoor and indoor sport activities.

    Health Safety: The school will continue to remain vigilant to COVID-19 health and safety measures, and school COVID-19 policies will be in place for the health and safety of both campers and staff.

    Registration: Class sizes will be capped at 12 students per class. Enrolment will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Further information on programs, policies, registration, and contact links is provided below:

    Camp Director: Rumina Shivji

  • Toronto STEM School Summer Camp

    Ages: TSS offers introductory STEM day camps to students in grades 1 - 8.

    Overview: Students learn more about coding, technology design, 3-D printing and Math!

    Schedule: Day Camps run from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

    Instructors: Our instructors are educated in the field! They are professional both in teaching pedagogies and content they deliver.

    Delivery: Students do their classes indoors and will be taken to June Rowlands Park for occasional recreational activities.

    Objective: This camp is meant to get students interested in Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics. By the end of this program, students will get a better feel of how math and science link to technology and real life.

    Camp Director: Jamie Hoar

  • UTS Camps

    Grades: Gr 7 - 12

    Overview and Objectives: At UTS March Break and Summer Camps, students learn firsthand by doing. They solve real-world problems, meet extraordinary people and build things. They grow, sometimes exponentially. Robust partnerships with the University of Toronto and other Community Partners bring the learning to life. Most of all, they tap into the power of teamwork and collaboration while learning with like-minded peers. It all adds up to the kind of learning that stays with them for life.

  • UCC Camps

    Ages: UCC Summer Day Camps will be celebrating its 45th year of outstanding summer camps for children aged 4 to 16 in 2023.

    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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