Camps Frequently Asked Questions

Children can expect a week of fun in the centres! Camps will feature games, sports, arts and crafts, cooking and more. All camps will have access to a pool and there may be some outdoor adventures, if weather is good. Please dress children accordingly with layers of clothing and ensure they bring a swimsuit and towel. The Aldergrove camp will have access to the skating rink so please ensure children have a warm jacket, gloves, and skating equipment.
Many of our campers don’t know anyone when they first come to camp. We emphasize the importance of friendships and encourage campers to make connections with new and old friends.
Things to bring each day:
  • A mask. Masks are required for those 5 years of age and older inside Township facilities in all common areas.
  • Appropriate footwear (no open toe shoes such as flip-flops or sandals).
  • Change of clothes.
  • Nutritious lunch and snacks (no nut products).
  • Pre-filled water bottle.
  • Swimsuit.
  • Towel.
  • Aldergrove camp location:
    • Skating equipment.
    • Warm jacket.
    • Gloves.

Please do not bring:

  • Money.
  • Electronics.
  • Phone.
  • Valuables.
All camps are “nut-aware”, which means that campers are requested not to bring nuts or nut products to any camp. This is for the safety of all campers.
Electronics can be a distraction for all participants and are discouraged at our camps. We think it is important for all campers to be active and engaged, and we support them to make connections with other children at camp.
At this time you cannot register for one day of camp.
Yes there will be swimming. Please ensure your child brings a swimsuit and towel.
Day camp registration fees are refundable if a request for withdrawal is received at least 5 days before the start of the program. If less than 5 days notice is given, registration fees, less a 20% cancellation fee, will be refunded. Registration fees are non-refundable once the program has started. View our refund guidelines.
The safety of our participants and staff is our top priority. Winter day camps will follow COVID-19 orders and recommendations set by local and provincial health and safety authorities. As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, we will actively monitor our camps and may modify protocols as necessary. We will inform parents of any changes. The following COVID-19 safety protocols are in place:
  • Reduced camp size.
  • Reduced child to camp leader ratio.
  • Increased hand washing throughout the day.
  • Physical distancing when possible.
  • No food or drink sharing.
  • Anyone who has symptoms of a cold, flu, or COVID-19 with coughing or sneezing will not be permitted to attend day camp.