Camps

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Information about spring PA Day and summer camps is available to view and register online. 
Spring program registration for residents is now open, registration for non-residents opens on March 12.

Check out the summer camp guide Register today

Registration

There are three ways to register. 

  • Online – it’s fast and easy. Ensure an online account is set up first before proceeding with registration. Don’t have an account? Sign up for one today and take advantage of all the great programs and activities. 
  • Telephone– call one of our facilities to speak to one of our Customer Service Representatives
    • Service Georgina (Civic Centre) 905-476-4301
    • Multi-Use Recreation Complex (MURC) – 905-989-3000
    • Georgina Leisure Pool – 905-722-1429
    • Club 55 Keswick/Stephen Leacock Theatre – 905-476-9972
  • In person - visit our facilities to get help to sign up for programs. In-person registration is available at the Civic Centre, MURC, Georgina Leisure Pool or Club 55 Keswick/Stephen Leacock Theatre.

Don’t have an account? Sign up for one today and take advantage of all the great programs and activities.

Interested in what recreation programs are currently being offered? Visit our registration online system to learn more.  

Visit our Recreation at Home page for lots of great activities you can do at home.

PA Day camps

June 7, 2024

This PA Day camp offers lots of variety - from sports to crafts, this camp has it all! Campers will be active in the gym with a basketball tournament and a badminton tournament and then end the day off with a craft in the program room.

P.A. Day Camps are offered on days when there is no school scheduled. The Town of Georgina offers a variety of different day camps at different locations. Camps can include the following: Sports, Games, Crafts, Activities, and Field activities. A different camp every time! (See specific dates for details on what each camp includes).

Before and after care available.

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Summer camps

Registration for residents is on March 5 and for non-residents, on March 12. Check out the available camps in the drop downs below, each camp has information about the camp and a link to the camp on Activenet so you can add it to your wishlist ahead of registration. 

Aquatics

Swim Camp

At least 7 yrs but less than 12 yrs
Georgina Leisure Pool

Geared toward campers who are comfortable in water and has basic level swim experience. This camp incorporates Lifesaving Society swim lessons that focus on strokes, skills, water safety, and leisure swimming. Other traditional camp activities are incorporated, such as; outdoor/indoor sports, arts and crafts and much more. *Pre-requisite: Camper must be able to swim at a minimum of Swimmer Level 2 or equivalent to enroll.

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Baking and cooking

Mini Chef camp

Each day, campers will bake and cook easy-to-prepare dishes that will teach them fundamental skills needed to develop a passion for cooking. Food nutrition, cooking safety, and meal preparation will be incorporated into the camp curriculum along with traditional camp activities such as sports, games and crafts.
6 - 9 years 
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Creative arts

Glee

Glee camp offers a unique and exciting experience for kids who are serious about the performing arts. Campers train, study and develop skills in music, dance and acting alongside talented instructors. If you love performing live, this is the camp for you! Glee Camp will conclude with a Friday evening performance for friends and family!
10 - 15 years 
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Creative Kids Camp

Campers unleash their inner creativity and imagination in this jam-packed week of experiments, hands-on challenges and projects designed for exploration and discovery. Dress for a mess and let the creative juices flow.
6 - 12 years
9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

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Musical Production

This 2 week production is geared toward experienced actors. Actors will be involved in set design and set take down, costumes, production flyers/programs, make-up, choreography, music, props, and character development for final production. There will be a Friday performance.
10 -15 years
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Theatre

This week-long production is geared toward the inexperienced actor. Actors will spend the week studying mime, improvisation, stage presentation and voice projection all while preparing for a Friday evening performance at the end of the camp week.
7 - 13 Years 
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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General interest

Camp Capers

This camp offers children a variety of creative crafts, songs, cooperative games, outdoor activities, walks and theme days. Note: All campers must be four years old by the first day of the camp they are registered for and must be toilet trained.
4-5 years
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Camp Summer Blast

Blast your way to summer fun as you enjoy a wide variety of both active and creative indoor and outdoor activities. This camp has it all with organized sports, games, beach parties, arts, crafts, theme days, and recreational swimming (supervised by certified lifeguards).
6 -12 years 
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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Heritage

Campers will learn about the hobbies, chores and pastimes of 19th century settlers, and discover skills relevant to early settlement life through hands-on experience with candle making, heritage cooking, old-time laundry, crafts, games and more. Children will benefit from the great outdoors in the peaceful setting of the Pioneer Village through exploration of our many historical buildings.
7 - 13 Years 
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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MURC Discovery Camp

Discover Georgina's newest recreation facility, the MURC, where campers will be immersed in a variety of activities each day. From sports, play, swimming, and cooking to arts and crafts in the Discovery Branch's new MakerSpace, this camp will keep kids busy all week long. *Pre-requisite: Camp must process be able to swim at a minimum of Swimmer Level 2, or equivalent to enroll.
6-12 years
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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You be Trippin

Each day is a new adventure! This jam-packed excursion camp features local and out of town trips along with some traditional camp activities that we all know and love such as sports, games, arts and crafts.
7 -13 years 
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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ROC adventures

Little ROC

Enjoy an element of adventure when you come to the ROC. Campers will take part in a variety of nature challenges, organized sports, archery, arts and crafts and use amenities on site such as the ROC’s splash pad, low ropes course, rock climbing wall, nature trails, playgrounds and Georgina Pioneer Village.
6-9 years 
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 

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Big ROC

Enjoy an element of adventure when you come to the ROC. Campers will take part in a variety of nature challenges, organized sports, archery, arts and crafts and use amenities on site such as the ROC’s splash pad, high ropes course, rock climbing wall, zipline, nature trails, playgrounds and Georgina Pioneer Village.
10-12 years
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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ROC Adrenaline

For the active and energetic youth camper. Participants challenge themselves using the ROC's high and low rope courses and zipline along with the use of our bike trails (Pump Track/North Shore Course/Dirt Jump Track). Requirements: Must bring your own CSA approved bike and helmet. 
10 - 13 years 
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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ROC into the Wild

Campers learn the essentials of how to survive in the great outdoors by experiencing hands-on activities such as making fire, shelter and food. Develop wilderness survival skills that enhance their connection with nature, aid in emergencies, and promote self-sufficiency. Other activites include; low rope elements, orienteering, water sports, and fun games. Includes a one night overnight stay (Thursday evening) at the Georgina Pioneer Village.
10-13 years
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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ROC Vertical Ventures

This camp will take you to new heights! Campers will challenge themselves mentally and physically each day on our Rock Climbing Wall, High Ropes, Vertical Playground and Zipline! Climbers will also take part in a series of low ropes elements that will help to build teamwork, leadership and problem solving skills while fine tuning their balance agility and flexibility.
10 -13 years 
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Sports

Hockey Camp

This camp focuses on skating, puck movement, drills and scrimmage (on and off the ice). This is a recreational hockey skill-level camp. Players must bring their own full hockey equipment including a hockey stick. Participants are expected to have approximately three hours of ice time per day.
8 - 12 years
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Lacrosse Camp

Suitable for all skill levels in which participants are encouraged to develop teamwork and leadership skills through fun challenges, skills and drills, scrimmages as well as learning the fundamental rules of play. Campers will also be visited by special sports guests and explore elements of adventure on the ROC property. *Equipment provided or bring your own. 
8 -12 years 
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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My First Sports Camp

Perfect for the camper who is eager to try new sports each day. With a focus on physical activity, sportsmanship, and rule play, along with skills and drills, campers will take their sports skills to the next level. Other traditional camp activities will be included.
4 - 5 years
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Ride On Cycling Camp

This camp is for the experienced cyclist. Campers can expect to learn about proper helmet and bicycle fitting, bike anatomy and basic maintenance. Rules of the road, traffic dynamics, trip planning and flat tire repairs are also included. Trips to the beach, ROC and other locations are scheduled. Note: campers are required to bring their own bicycle and CSA-approved bicycle helmet each day of camp. Overnight bicycle storage is available.
9 - 13 years 
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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Roll with it

This camp is for the skateboard and/or scooter enthusiast. Participants learn everything from maintaining equipment to accomplishing new tricks. Activities include skill development at the skateboard park as well as traditional indoor and outdoor camp activities. Campers must bring their own CSA-approved skateboard helmet along with their own skateboard and/or scooter. 
8 -13 years 
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Soccer Minis Camp

Suitable for those wanting to try soccer for the first time, or those who play at a beginner level. All abilities are encouraged to develop teamwork and leadership skills through fun challenges, soccer skills and drills as well as sportsmanship and learning the fundamental rules of play. This camp will offer soccer programming along with other traditional camp activities.
6 - 8 years 
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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Soccer Skills Camp

Suitable for house league and rep level players with programming tailored to suit all skill levels. All abilities are encouraged to develop teamwork and leadership skills through fun challenges, soccer skills and drills as well as sportsmanship and learning the fundamental rules of play. This camp will offer soccer programming along with other traditional camp activities. 
9 - 13 years 
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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Sport Zone Camp

Perfect for the active camper, this camp features use of the new Pefferlaw Sports Zone and surrounding ammenities including the new skatepark and pump track. With a focus on physcial activity, sportsmanship, rule play along with skills and drills, campers will take their sport skills to the next level. Other traditional camp activities will be included. Campers must bring their own CSA approved skateboard helmet along with their own skateboard and/or scooter is they wish to utilize the skatepark and pump track.
6-12 years
9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

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Training and certifications

Leadership in Training

This camp is designed to help prepare youth for leadership in both a camp and recreation based setting. It encourages communication, leadership, problem solving and independence and prepares campers for the Town of Georgina's Counsellor In Training program. 
11- 13 years 
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Counsellor in Training (CIT)

This camp introduces participants to the fundamentals of being a Town of Georgina Camp Counsellor. Participants will learn about program planning and working with campers in an interactive environment. Certifications such as High Five® Principles of Healthy Child Development and SafeGuard are included. Participants will also complete a supervised practical placement in a Town of Georgina summer camp the week of July 15-19.
14 -16 years 
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Inclusion Counsellor in Training (ICIT)

Participants in the Inclusion CIT program will be given in-class instruction in areas such as adaptive games, communication, behaviour management and personal safety skills. They will then have an opportunity to utilize their new skills in a supervised practical placement in the Town of Georgina's mew adapted day camp taking place July 30 - Aug. 1. Through volunteering, participants gain valuable experience, skills and references for future employment as an Inclusion Camp Counsellor.
15 - 18 years
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Important information

Clothing and sunscreen

All campers should come to camp with SPF 30 spray-on sunscreen and dressed according to the weather (i.e. sun hat, running shoes and sunglasses). We recommend to apply sunscreen to your child prior to arriving at camp and our staff will ensure that it is reapplied every two hours as well as before and after swimming/water play. Please label all personal belongings sent to camp – including sunscreen bottles. Note: we are not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Extreme weather and heat advisories

All summer camp operations will continue in the event of a heat/weather advisory. Camp programming will be adapted to meet safety needs as deemed necessary through Georgina’s health and safety operating procedures.

Extended care

One-hour before and after care will be provided for designated camps at an additional fee. Each option (a.m./p.m.) is priced at $35 per week or $28 per four-day week.

Funding sources

Financial assistance and subsidy funding through third-party providers may be available for qualifying families. To learn more about funding sources and eligibility, visit georgina.ca/inclusion.

Important reminders

  • Campers must be signed in and out of camp each day by a designated parent/guardian (photo ID required). Parents/guardians are required to notify the camp supervisor (in writing) of individuals who are eligible to pick up a child.
  • All campers must be picked up on time to avoid late fee charges.
  • We recommend avoiding sending campers to camp with any valuables (i.e. iPads, phones, video games, money, etc.) The Town of Georgina will not be held responsible for lost or stolen items.

Inclusion support

The Town of Georgina offers inclusion opportunities when possible at our day camps. Integration support opportunities and inclusion support staff may be available. All individuals seeking support are required to complete an inclusion and integration package and provide an IEP (individualized education plan) and Safety Plan (if applicable). A pre-camp meeting will be booked to discuss individual interests and accommodations. When additional support is required, families may provide their own independent worker or request a Georgina Camp Inclusion Counsellor. All attempts will be made to accommodate requests for additional support; however, due to the number of requests for additional support or the level of care required, support cannot be guaranteed; we ask that you submit your request no later than May 1 to inclusion@georgina.ca.

Nut aware policy

The Town of Georgina has adopted a “nut aware” policy for all camps and programs. Participants are asked to refrain from bringing food products that may contain nuts or traces of nuts (peanuts included) into a Town facility. Should items that contain nuts be found, the product will be removed from the camp immediately and parent/guardian will be informed. All nut substitutes should be clearly labeled in advance to indicate it meets the nut aware policy requirements.

Transportation

Busing is available to and from many camps. Campers are required to follow safety rules on the bus at all times. Failing to do so could result in removal from busing service. Campers assigned to ride the bus will not be permitted to walk home unless a written note is provided in advance to the camp supervisor. Any inquiries regarding busing can be directed to Service Georgina by phone at 905-476-4301 or by email at eleisure@georgina.ca during regular operating hours.

$70 per camper/5 day
$56 per camper/4 day (short week)

Maximum capacity of this bus is 44 spots. First come, first served.
Bus schedule operates in one direction for pick up and one direction for drop off.

Schedule

Sutton Public School
Pick-up: 7:25 a.m.
Drop-off: 5:20 p.m.

Lake Simcoe Public school
Pick-up: 7:45 a.m.
Drop-off: 5 p.m.

Prince of Peace Catholic School
Pick-up: 7:55 a.m.
Drop-off: 4:50 p.m.

RL Graham Public school
Pick-up: 8:05 a.m.
Drop-off: 4:40 p.m.

Georgina Gym
Pick-up: 8:15 a.m.
Drop-off: 4:30 p.m.

MURC
Pick-up: 8:25 a.m.
Drop-off: 4:20 p.m.

ROC Chalet
Pick-up: 8:40 a.m.
Drop-off: 4:05 p.m.

Civic Centre
Pick-up: 8:45 a.m.
Drop-off: 4 p.m.

De La Salle Park
Pick-up: 8:55 a.m.
Drop-off: 3:50 p.m.

Georgina Leisure Pool
Pick-up: 9 a.m.
Drop-off: 3:45 p.m.

Registration will end at 11:59 p.m. on the Wednesday prior to each camp start date.

Zero tolerance: Hands off and bullying policy

At the Town of Georgina, we uphold a strict hands-off/bullying policy. In the event an altercation arises that involves physical violence or bullying, it could result in a participant being removed from the camp for a pre-determined amount of time.

Contact Us

26557 Civic Centre Rd,
Keswick, ON  L4P 3G1

T: 905-476-4301 / 705-437-2210
F: 905-476-8100
info@georgina.ca

Hours of Operation

Monday to Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.