Following the Provincial Health Officer order, masks are required to be worn in all indoor public spaces when not engaged in physical activity. This mask requirement applies to those born 2016 and earlier (5+), regardless of vaccination status.

Join us for a general or specialty day camp program! Our dynamic programs provide opportunity for children to play, learn and make new friends, all in safe environments.

Before camp, please read through our Camp Information Document.

Families registered at least 4 days before camp start can expect a Welcome to Camp email confirming details, other nice-to-knows and planned activities.

Please note:

  • Pre and post camp care will not be offered at this time. Hours for in-house-staffed camps have been extended to allow staggered drop-off and pick-up.
  • More than ever, please send your child prepared for the weather. Rain or shine, groups may head outside!
  • Enhanced cleaning and hand washing practices will be in place, and we have new procedures for administering first aid, along with a stricter Sick Child Policy. Under direction from the PHO, masks are now required for those 5 years and up during indoor programming.  Exceptions will be made while eating/drinking, during outdoor, and select gym activities.  Exceptions may also be made for those who are unable to tolerate a mask due to medical or behavioral reasons.

Camp Activity Schedules

Activity schedules are put together for most in-house-staffed camps. Schedules will be posted here 1 week before program start, and emailed to registrants a few days before camp. For the best experience and a smooth day, please review plans with your child and send them prepared with all that needed to fully participate. Please note: schedules are subject to change.

 

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Program Brochure

Registration is available online.

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Our centres are 'nut aware' facilities. Please refrain from sending nut products with your children.

One-on-One Support in Camps

Does your child receive educational assistance at school? Would they benefit from one-on-one support within our programs?

To ensure your child has the best possible experience and receives the support they need, families are encouraged to arrange additional support prior to program participation.

The Supported Child Development Program through Island Health, and Aboriginal Supported Child Development Program, work with eligible families by offering resources, ongoing support, observations and training. We recommend contacting them early as demand is high.

Not eligible for this support? Please email Jason Gray.