Kids Summer Camps 2024

Find all your favourite camps in the hills so your kids can have an amazing summer.

March 16, 2024 | | Community

A world of adventure awaits your children this summer at camps in Caledon, Dufferin, Erin and nearby communities. And it’s never too early to start planning! Our Kids Camps in the Hills page is your go-to guide to camps and activities across the Headwaters region. Here’s a sampling of what’s already available – check in with us regularly for updates.

Traditional Camps

Kids swim in a lake, play forest games and prep for talent shows at the sprawling 30-acre Kids Inc. in Erin. At TRCA’s Albion Hills Field Centre in Caledon, kids learn wilderness survival skills, meet animals, and explore art in nature. Caledon’s Teen Ranch offers day and overnight camps, with pony rides, indoor skating, rock climbing and swimming. Campers try woodworking, archery and nature education at Camp Mansfield in Mulmur. This year Mono’s Compass Camps offers weekly themes like Space Trek and Knights & Castles. Sign up early for the Town of Orangeville’s popular Camp Aliquam, as well as Island Lake ECO Camp for hiking, fishing and canoeing in Mono.

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Time to cool down at the lake at Kids Inc. in Erin.

Sports Camps

The Hill Academy in Caledon offers soccer, hockey and lacrosse, while the Field of Dreams Baseball Camp will have them running for the bases. In Orangeville Twisters Gymnastics and Champion
 Cheer Academy get children tumbling. They’ll sink some putts at Lynbrook 
Family Golf Centre in Amaranth or the 18-hole Shelburne Golf & Country Club. Mono’s Athlete Institute is known for volleyball, basketball and soccer camps. Tennis, squash and pickleball reign at the Headwaters Racquet Club in Amaranth, as does Muay Thai at Art of 8 in Orangeville.

Arts Camps

Unleash your child’s creativity through visual arts and music at Streams Community Hub in Shelburne. Budding performers will feel right at home at Theatre Orangeville or Hit That Note Music Studio in Bolton. Channel kids’ inner artists at Orangeville’s Maggiolly Art, Pottery Parties, Art with Jada and Ricky Schaede Art Studio. They’ll dance, sing and act at The Academy of Performing Arts, Citrus Dance and Studio 3. The Raise-an-Artist Project in Ballinafad offers painting, pottery, filmmaking, zine drawing and more. The Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archives in Brampton offers a wide range of arts and crafts camps, too.

Embrace creativity at the Streams Community Hub in Shelburne.

Outdoor Camps

If your kids need less screen and more green, At Last Forest Schools at Monora Park has kids outdoors all day climbing trees and building forts. Fiddlehead Care Farm in Mono introduces kids with unique physical and psychosocial needs to farm life and gets their hands dirty. And there’s no such thing as bad weather at the massive 130-acre GO Adventure in Melancthon.

Science Camps

Though the themes change yearly, STEM Camp in Orangeville always incorporates coding with Minecraft, games, robotics and building models. The Museum of Dufferin in Mulmur has exciting themes like Archaeology Camp with hands-
on digs, and CSI Camp where kids become crime-scene investigators.

Get ready to ride at Silver Fox Equine.

Equestrian Camps

Children pursue their love of horses at one of the many riding camps in horsey Headwaters, including Black Acres, Silver Fox Equine or Cantercall Riding School
 in Mono, the Rusty Jade Ranch and Caledon Equestrian School in Caledon, and Erin’s Greyden Equestrian Centre.


Visit our Kids Camps in the Hills page for lots more info about summer camps and other summer time activities in 2024.


Headwaters Racquet Club
Lynbrook Family Golf Centre


Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archives


Albion Hills (Toronto and Region Conservation Authority)
Caledon Academy of the Arts
Caledon Equestrian School
Caledon Tennis Club
Credit Valley Conservation Youth Corps
Field of Dreams Baseball Camp
The Hill Academy
Hit That Note Music Studio
Palgrave Sports Academy
Rusty Jade Ranch

Teen Ranch
Town of Caledon Recreation YMCA Cedar Glen


Greyden Equestrian Centre Kids Inc.
Raise-an-Artist Project


GO Adventure


Athlete Institute
At Last Forest Schools
Black Acres
Cantercall Riding School Compass Camps
Fiddlehead Care Farm
Island Lake Rowing Club
Orangeville Christian Assembly
Silver Fox Equine


Camp Mansfield Museum of Dufferin


Academy of Performing Arts
Art of 8
Art With Jada
Champion Cheer Academy
Citrus Dance
Maggiolly Art
Orangeville Tennis Club
Pottery Parties Studio
Ricky Schaede Art Studios STEM Camp
Studio 3
Theatre Orangeville
Town of Orangeville Recreation
Twisters Gymnastics


Shelburne Golf & Country Club
Streams Community Hub
Town of Shelburne Recreation

About the Author More by Emily Dickson

Emily Dickson is a writer and editor living in Orangeville.

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1 Comment

  1. Check out Fallbrook Trail Ranch
    We do kids camp, horseback riding and day camps on all school holidays and breaks including Christmas and March.

    Fallbrook Trail Ranch from 14097 9th Line Halton Hills, ON L7G 4S8 on Mar 21, 2024 at 7:12 am | Reply

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