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, sports, crafts and more.

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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


  • Caledon Centre for Recreation and Wellness
  • Southfields Community Centre

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Summer Camp

Summer camp is designed to offer a safe camp experience while enjoying what camp is all about - FUN! 

This year, camps are offered in the following areas:

  • Activity Camps: Experience a little bit of everything camp has to offer: crafts, games, outdoor play, theme days and more!
  • Community and Nature Camps: Campers will participate in group activities and outdoor pursuits with a focus on being present while in nature and in the community.
  • Dance, Drama and Visual Arts Camps: Calling all artists, stage kids, dancers and future yogis – find a camp that fits your creative side.
  • Science and Technology Camps: Ignite and enhance campers’ love of science through science experiments or new tech skills.
  • Sports Camps: Dust off the familiar sports equipment or try a new sport!
  • Leadership Camps: Camp programs teaching fundamental skills to prepare future camp leaders (and maybe even get in a few volunteer hours too!)
  • Adapted Camps: A sensory aware environment for campers with diverse needs who require additional support.

Ages: 4 - 18 years


  • Caledon Centre for Recreation and Wellness
  • Caledon East Community Complex
  • Southfields Community Centre

Check out our Recreation Caledon guide and find out more.


Inclusive Services - Camp Support Options

The Town of Caledon offers two models of support for participants requiring assistance to integrate into camps. Your child may require inclusion support if they:

  • Have a physical, visual, hearing, developmental or intellectual disability
  • Have attention or behaviour difficulties
  • Receive support or special education services at school or, from a community agency
  • Require support for personal and medical care (ex. toileting, changing, administration of medications)

Internal Support

An inclusion counsellor will support participants as they engage and integrate in program activities. Inclusion support is recommended for participants with special needs/disability that require: 

  • Verbal prompting 
  • Hand over hand guidance or support 
  • Monitoring and assisting with tasks (ex. eating)
  • Additional support at school, home or in the community 

External Support Worker 

If a participant wishes to attend a program with external support, external support workers are welcomed.

  • The external support worker must meet expectations outlined on the External Support Worker form
  • External support workers can assist participants with personal and medical care as arranged by the parent/guardian 
  • For more information on the external support worker process, please contact the Coordinator - Specialty Programs at 905.584.2272 ext. 4204 

Note: If your child is attending with an external support worker, please enroll into the inclusion support barcode

How To: Inclusion Counsellor Request - Summer Camps
  1. Click Browse and Register
  2. Select: Camps > Inclusion Support Request > Show Courses
  3. Register under the Inclusion Support Request barcode (Camps)
  4. Enroll the participant to the list
  5. A Specialty Programs team member will contact participants to discuss individual needs, staffing availability, complete the camp registration process and answer any questions.

Note: Register only in the Inclusion Support Request barcode. Once staffing availability is confirmed, families will be contacted to finalize camp registration. 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. Requests will be accepted until June 14. Request beyond this date will be considered pending availability of Inclusion Staff. 

Participant Profiles

Participants with a special need/disability requiring support, will be asked to provide additional information. All participants requiring support must complete a Participant Profile prior to attending any Town of Caledon program. Participant Profiles are designed to:

  • Ensure a successful program experience for the participant and the inclusion staff member.
  • Details listed in the participant profile are kept confidential and will only be provided to the inclusion support staff working directly with a participant.
  • To ensure positive and safe experiences for all, Participant Profile must be submitted at least 3 days prior to the program start date and 1 week prior to the camp start date. If a participant’s profile is not submitted on time or completed to its fullest, entry into the program will be delayed or denied, at the discretion of town staff.

Participant Profiles are updated every summer, all families will be asked to complete a new participate profile each year.

The Specialty Coordinator/Programmer will contact participants to discuss individual needs, staffing availability and answer any questions.

Additional Summer Camp Details

Camp Hours

Regular camp hours are 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Flexible drop-off and pick-up: On some camps (where indicated in the description throughout the camp section of the guide), flexible drop-off and pick-up may be available. This means families can drop-off campers between 8:30 - 9:00 a.m. and pick-up between 4:00 - 5:15 p.m. 

Summer Camp: CampABILITIES offers flexible drop-off between 8:30 - 9:00 a.m. and pick-up at 4:00 p.m.

No additional fee.

Camp Communication
A newsletter will be emailed to families the Thursday prior to the start of the camp that outlines:
  • Activity details 
    • Swim/Water days
    • Theme days
  • What to bring
  • Drop off and pick up details
  • Safety measures including:
    • Sign in/out procedures
    • How to prepare your camper
    • Behaviour guidelines
    • Code of conduct
What to Wear

Campers should wear comfortable clothing that is weather appropriate.

For their safety and protection, it is strongly recommended that they wear closed toe shoes, and bring weather appropriate outdoor clothing.

Snacks and Lunches

Please remember to pack lunches and snacks that will not spoil.

  • 2 nut free snacks
  • Nut free lunch
  • Refillable water bottle as campers will be outdoors and active throughout the day.

Please be sensitive to those campers with life threatening food allergies. All camps are “NUT FREE”.

  • We ask that you do not send products containing nuts or that may contain nuts listed on the labels.
Swimming and Water Play

Activity Weeks Camp will be participating in swimming on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Sports Camp will be on Wednesdays and CampABILITIES will swim on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

  • Activity Weeks JR/SR at the Caledon Centre for Recreation, Caledon East Community Complex and Wellness and Southfields Community Centre will participant in swimming.
  • Activity Weeks Minis at the Caledon Centre for Recreation, Caledon East Community Complex and Wellness and Southfields Community Centre will participate in waterplay activities on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

NOTE: If your camper does not want to participant in the swimming component please let staff know on Monday morning and other activities will be provided. 

Medical Information

Please ensure that all medical concerns and/or special care requirements are documented during your camp registration; if you have not done so, please contact your local recreation centre to update your family’s account.

Should your child require use of medication (i.e. inhaler or EpiPen), additional medical forms will be required on the first day of camp.

NOTE: Please check the expiry of your child(ren)’s epi-pen/medications prior to sending them to camp. For medication that is not a preloaded dose (ex. Benadryl, Advil, Tylenol), please pre-measure your campers medication in a labelled container with the medication name, expiration date and dose amount (if it is tablets, please make sure there is the dose amount and number of tablets for that dose).

Photo Identification at Sign Out

For the safety of all campers please be prepared to show government-issued photo identification upon sign out, dailyPlease ensure the individual(s) picking up your camper(s) are on the authorized pick up list as their government-issued photo identification will be cross-referenced with the authorized pick-ups provided. If the individual who comes to pick up your camper(s) is not on the approved pick up list and/or does not have government-issued photo identification, your camper will not be released to them. 

Examples of government-issued photo identification - passport, driver's license or health card (green and white version).


All camps require pre-registration. All registrations must be completed online or by calling 905-584-2272 x.7327.

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


Camp Withdrawals:

  • Once the camp day has begun, we are no longer able to provide a refund unless a medical note is provided.