Camps

As announced by the province on January 3, 2022, Ontario is temporarily moving to modified step two of the roadmap to reopen

Effective January 4, 2022, enhanced vaccine certificate with QR code will be required as proof of vaccination. Paper vaccination receipts will no longer be acceptable. Details: Proof of vaccination.

As of January 5, 2022, Town of Caledon indoor recreation amenities will be temporarily closed and programs and services suspended until further notice.  

Learn more about Town services and programs that are affected: caledon.ca/COVID.

Join us at camp, and participate in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities including games, sports, arts and crafts! 

PA day camps

Participate in an environment that encourages socialization, active play and the opportunity to explore a variety of indoor and outdoor activities.

  • Time: 8:45 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.
  • Ages: 4 to 12 years

January 24 - Cancelled

  • Caledon Centre for Recreation & Wellness
  • Southfields Community Centre

February 18

  • Caledon Centre for Recreation & Wellness 
  • Southfields Community Centre 

Registration

Pre-registration required. Register online or by calling 905-584-2272 x.7327.

March break camp

Participate in an environment that encourages socialization, active play and the opportunity to explore a variety of indoor and outdoor activities. 

  • Time: 8:45 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.
  • Ages: 4 to 12 years

March 14 to 18

  • Caledon Centre for Recreation & Wellness 
  • Southfields Community Centre 

Registration

Pre-registration required. Register online or by calling 905-584-2272 x.7327.

Additional camp details

 Safety measures - What to expect

Pursuant to the Reopening Ontario (A Flexible Response to COVID-19) Act, 2020, regulations, day camps for children are permitted to open if they are operated in a manner consistent with the safety guidelines for COVID-19 for day camps produced by the Ontario Chief Medical Officer of Health and the Region of Peel.

Modifications include: 

  • Lower camper to leader ratios
  • Campers will be split into smaller cohorts
  • Designated camp rooms
  • Mandatory daily screening
  • Physical distancing requirements
  • Designated hand washing times and stations
  • Frequent sanitization of high touch points and equipment
  • Designated sign in/out locations
  • Use of personal protection equipment

All camp participants are required to wear well-fitting masks (e.g., non-medical), unless otherwise exempt.

Additional staff will be on site to ensure smaller groups/ratios which will help maintain physical distancing and appropriate supervision.

 Camp communication
 A newsletter will be emailed to families prior to the start of the camp that outlines:
  • Activity details 
  • What to bring
  • Drop off and pick up details
  • Safety measures including:
    • Screening procedures
    • Sign in/out procedures
    • How to prepare your camper
    • Behaviour guidelines
    • Code of conduct
    • Face covering requirements