Kids’ Camps in the Hills
Kids’ Summer Camps 2021
After a spate of cancellations last summer, we’re cautiously optimistic about the number of summer camp options opening up in the Headwaters region.
While anything can happen, here’s a quick look at some of the local stalwarts who have started registrations or who are asking families to stay tuned for updates coming soon.
Spots may be limited to ensure social distancing, so consider registering immediately. (And be sure to check for cancellation policies.)
Sports camps are among the first to commit to summer plans – with stringent Covid policies in place. Our region’s rugged wilderness trails, manicured fields and top-notch facilities are fertile ground where sports camps rule. Headwaters Fitness & Racquet Club in Orangeville offers tennis and squash camps, and day camps for the younger set. Teen Ranch in Caledon is finalizing their day camp plans. And Mono’s Athlete Institute offers soccer and basketball camps. Junior Golf Camp is open for registrations at the Shelburne Golf and Country Club.
On the arts and science front, STEM Camp has announced it will be back at Orangeville’s Westminster Church for budding engineers and math experts to keep their brains busy over the holidays. Watch for news from Theatre Orangeville on its popular summer programs for young dramaturges.
General interest camps that operate entirely outdoors are well-positioned to keep kids safe and distanced – in all that fresh air. Orangeville’s Island Lake Eco Camp will keep their longstanding tradition going at Island Lake Conservation Area. And Kids Inc camp in Hillsburgh is ready to welcome kids for open-air country adventures.
Stay tuned for more news. Please check in with the camps directly for updates and changes. Our list of links below features camps mentioned above and others that have operated in previous years. If you run a camp, please use our events listings form to tell us about your offerings. We will collect them on this page. Any questions, please contact [email protected]
Here’s hoping for a safe, healthy summer.
Happy Camping from In The Hills!
Kids’ Camps in the Hills Links
Academy of Performing Arts
Art With Jada
Caledon Equestrian School
Caledon Parent-Child Centre
Caven Presbyterian Vacation Bible School
Chef Pam Fanjoy
City of Brampton
Credit Valley Conservation Youth Corps
Engineering Science Quest
Fiddlehead Care Farm
Girls Can Too Camp
Glen Eagle Junior Golf Camp
Greyden Equestrian Facility
Headwaters Racquet Club
Hockley Hills School of Horsemanship
Island Lake Rowing Club Summer Rowing Camp
Kids Inc Camp
Mono Tennis Club
North Peel Community Church
Orangeville Curling Club
Orangeville Tennis Club
Palgrave United Community Kitchen
Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA)
St. James Anglican Vacation Bible School
Streams Community Hub
Toronto and Region Conservation Authority
Town of Caledon Recreation
Town of Orangeville
YMCA Cedar Glen