Camps

Tons of activities, lots of variety, creativity and fun all in one! In camp, kids can try a number of different activities both indoors and out. Our daily adventures may include group games, science experiments, nature exploration, spots, crafts and more.

This year's camp will look and feel different. The creative and energetic staff are planning and adapting activities to ensure safety for everyone.

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PA Day Camps

The fun of the camp isn’t just for Summer! Town of Caledon Camps are also offered throughout the school year including PA Days. Our adventures may include group games, science experiments, nature exploration, sports, crafts and more.

Age: 

4 to 12 years

Locations: 

Caledon Centre for Recreation and Wellness

Southfields Community Centre

Dates: 

June 2

Time:

8:45 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.

Fee:

$41.62 

Summer Camp - Camp Caledon

Tons of activities, lots of variety, creativity and fun all in one! During this camp, kids can try a number of different activities both indoors and out. Our daily adventures may include group games, science experiments, nature exploration, spots, crafts and more.

This year's camp will look and feel different. The creative and energetic staff are planning and adapting activities to ensure safety for everyone.

Ages:

4 to 12 years

Locations: 

Albion Bolton Community Centre

Alton Community Centre (Week 1-4)

Caledon Centre for Recreation and Wellness

Caledon Village Place (Week 5-8) 

Mayfield Recreation Complex

Southfields Community Centre

Dates: 

Week 1: July 4 – 8

Week 2: July 11 – 15

Week 3: July 18 – 22

Week 4: July 25 – 29

Week 5: August 2 – 5 (4 day week)

Week 6: August 8 – 12

Week 7: August 15 – 19

Week 8: August 22 – 26

Week 9: August 29 – September 2

Time:

8:45 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.

Fee:

4 day week - $151.20 | 5 day week - $189

Summer Camps - Specialty

Theatre Camp

Stage Kids Camp (Half Day)

The Stage Kids Camp is in an interactive and exploratory theatre arts program that strives to provide a fun filled experience while focusing on self-awareness, self-confidence building, and personal poise in performance.

The focus of the program is the development of skills related to the art of Drama and Musical Theatre. Throughout the program, our students are encouraged to explore new skills, ideas, and take risks as they continue to develop their natural talents. Our workshop style classes focus on the development of the Actor's Instruments for Stage, Screen and Public Speaking Events.

This program is offered in partnership with Stage Academy Theatre Association, a non-profit Drama and Musical Theatre school whose goal is to work toward fostering an appreciation of theatre to build self-confidence and success in public speaking situations.

Age: 7 – 14 years

Location: Albion Bolton Community Centre

Dates: Monday - Friday, Half day for two weeks - July 18 – July 29

Time: 8:45 – 12:30 p.m.

Fee: $250

Technology Camps

In partnership with Kids Great Minds, spend a week enhancing your child creativity through the world of technology!

 

Location: Southfields Community Centre

Time: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Fee: $364.50

 

Cartoon Computer Animation Camp

Description: Dive into STEAM with computer animation technology. This camp will enhance your child’s creativity and bring their inspiring stories to life, while encouraging them to share and inspire others. They will work collaboratively in a guided, computerized environment and explore their own self-expression to animate story lines they create. In this camp, your child will learn story-boarding, create short computer animated cartoons, television shows or movies, and develop logical thinking skills.

Age: 6-10 years

Dates: July 25 - 29

 

Adventures in Interactive Coding Camp

Ever played whack-a-mole with playdough, or the piano with bananas? Now you can! Campers will explore the STEAM world through coding, designing their own games and musical instruments, and creating game controllers. Campers will code with Scratch (from MIT), create controllers with Makey Makey Boards and household items, and will learn coding concepts such as loops, if statements and variables as well as basic electricity principles and more, in a fun, imaginative, and logical way!

Age: 8-12 years

Dates: August 8 - 12

 

Minecraft© Adventures Camp

Campers will enjoy the week playing and building in Minecraft© while learning basic circuitry principles. Campers will use a team approach to discover the underlying mechanics of the game and learn new logic and problem solving skills, giving them an opportunity to create bigger and better versions of their inventions in the World of Minecraft©.

Age: 7-14 years

Dates: August 15-19

 Inclusive Services - Camp Support

The Town of Caledon is pleased to offer inclusive camp options for participants with special needs. Inclusive camp support opportunities are available through both internal and external supports, where and when possible.

 

Internal Camp Support

Inclusion Counsellor - Staff will take a hands-off, distanced approach, and use verbal ques to encourage and support inclusion participants as they engage in program activities to their fullest. Staff will not be able to assist with any personal care (e.g., changing, toileting and feeding), and participants must be able to complete these tasks independently in order to practice social distancing. To request an Inclusion Counsellor, please utilize the program specific Inclusion Counsellor Request.

 

External Camp Support

Participants/families are encouraged to arrange for their own external support worker, in instances when a participant is unable to attend camp through the Internal Camp Support model. The external support worker must meet expectations outlined on the External Support Worker Expectation form. External support workers can assist participants with personal and medical care, as arranged by the parent/guardian. 

 

Please note, space is limited, and support will be scheduled based on the registration queue OR time and date of registration and is subject to staff availability. Upon registering, a staff member will contact participants to discuss individual needs.

For additional information of available supports, please contact Shirly Girot, Coordinator - Specialty Programs at shirly.girot@caledon.ca or 905-584-2272 x.4204.

Additional camp details

 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 information
    • Sign in/out procedures
    • How to prepare your camper
    • Behaviour guidelines
    • Code of conduct
Registration
All camps require pre-registration. All registrations must be completed online or by calling 905-584-2272 x.7327.

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Withdrawals

Should you wish to fully withdraw from your registered program, please send your request to recreation@caledon.ca or by calling 905-584-2272 x.7327.