Keeping your campers safe each summer is always our top priority. We know that the foundation of delivering amazing camp experiences is ensuring camper safety and we plan carefully for this. The global pandemic has led us to carefully examine all of our policies to respond appropriately. Over the pandemic the health risk has changed, and we will be keeping the policies that were improvements regardless of health threat and tightening or loosening policies based on health risk at the time of camp.
Our leadership team of physical education teachers are currently delivering physical activity based programs in Ontario schools and have developed best practices for meeting and exceeding public health guidelines, provincial mandates and Ontario Camps Association guidelines. For this reason we believe that we are best situated to deliver a safe, but still robust sports program during these difficult times.
Visit our Covid-19 Policy page for specific measures that we are taking in 2023.
Markham – Middlefield CI (525 Highglen Ave.) – To be confirmed
Unionville – An Elementary School close to Warden / 16th.
Richmond Hill – Nellie McClung PS (360 Thomas Cook Ave.) – To be confirmed
Maple – Dr. Roberta Bondar PS (401 Grand Truck Ave.) – To be confirmed
Woodbridge – An Elementary School close to Weston / Major Mackenzie Dr. W.
Locations will not be finalized until April 2023, but will be as close to the listed site as possible. We are committed to providing camp in these neighbourhoods.
Yes, we offer meal plans that you can purchase by the day ($17.50) or week ($70)!
We order from outside vendors such as Subway, Mr. Greek & Pizza Pizza.
More details are available on our registration page for each camp location.
We offer a 1:8 staff to camper ratio or better across each camp. For our Rabbit age group (ages 4-5) we offer a 1:6 ratio with either a ECE, OCT teacher, or Teachers College student overseeing this age group.
Due to the nature of our short programs, there are no refunds for missed days. See our cancellation policy for more details.
In the event that a camper has been exposed to someone who tested positive to COVID-19, then all public health procedures will be followed. A credit will be provided that can be used at a later date for the number of days of camp that were missed due to isolating.
Weeks 1-3: Credit to be used later in the summer of 2023
Week 4: Credit to be used in Week 5 or 6 or in 2024
Week 5: Credit to be used in 2024
Yes we do! Before care (8am – 9am) and After Care (4pm – 6pm) are very popular with our working parents. You can purchase just before care, just after care or before and after care. *Not available at our Richmond Hill location.
We do not offer bussing at this time.
All of our camp directors and executive directors are trained physical education teachers. Our counsellors are screened by our network of teachers and are the best of the best students. They are the most ambitious high school seniors or high achieving university students. Our exceptional staff are our hands and feet and the reason we are rated 9+/10 by campers and their parents!
Some camp locations will go on a walking off site field trip to a local splash pad using local side streets for walking. Other sites may offer camp enhancements at an additional cost, but these are typically onsite.
We do have a program in place for parents looking to register, but currently have financial constraints. Please see the Rouge Gives page for more information.
We do not offer swimming, but do have water play (sprinklers or splash pads) once a week.
We offer sibling discounts of $50 off per sibling, but not multi-week discounts. Returning families have access to our fall loyalty sale for the best savings of the year if you sign up for our monthly newsletters.