March Break Camps 2024

Get ready for outdoor fun, arts and crafts, sports and more with these March Break Camps and activities.

February 13, 2024 | | Community

Unlock a world of adventure and fun this March Break with exciting camps and family friendly
activities in the hills of Headwaters! Enjoy a day or a full week of outdoor adventures, creative
arts, sports, hockey and more.

Be sure to check out the extensive list of camps and activities on our Kids Camps In The Hills
page – we’re always adding new listings, so check back often! (Summer camps will follow.)

Winter Wonderland

Outdoor fun rules at Albion Hills Conservation Area, Teen Ranch and Mansfield Outdoor
, with tons of fresh air and sunshine over the break. Youngsters will enjoy skating, skiing
and snowshoeing (weather permitting), learn wilderness survival skills, and roast some
marshmallows on the campfire.

Albion hills march break camp TRCA
Snow much fun at the TRCA’s Albion Hills Field Centre.

Calling All Artists

If your kid’s idea of a perfect day includes painting, drawing, acting and singing, they will feel
right at home at Streams Community Hub in Shelburne, with dot painting, quilling, baking, and
music. Hit That Note Music Studio in Bolton offers half- and full-day camps with arts and crafts,
music exploration, dance and more.

Saddle Up

Silver Fox Equine and Black Acres Equine, both in Mono, give pint-sized riders the chance to
get up close and personal with the ponies this March Break. Children will learn about riding and
horse care, and have fun with crafts and games.

Take In a Show

The Orangeville Library and the Shelburne Library each have a lineup of live shows and
performances, including the Fireside Munsch Show, a Live Animal Show with the Canadian
Raptor Conservancy, a Reptilia Animal Show, and the hilarious antics of Comic Juggler Craig
Douglas and magician Bumbling Bert. Tiny paleontologists will freak out when they see Erth’s
Dinosaur Zoo Live! at the Rose Theatre in Brampton.

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