We have camps for every child and every interest. Located throughout the City of Burlington, our summer camps are age-appropriate, educational, affordable and, most of all, fun. Program leaders are certified in first aid and create a healthy, nurturing environment using their HIGH FIVE training in the principles of healthy child development.
Programs are available for ages 3 to 21. Get your child into camp and give them the opportunity to explore the six Cs:
Read more about our programs in our parent information section.
The Child Care and Early Years Act came into affect on Aug. 31, 2015. As a result, all participants registered in the City of Burlington Camp Programs must be 4 years of age on the first day of the program. A participant will not be able to register if they are 3 years of age turning 4 during a program. Please visit the following link for information on the Child Care and Early Years Act: www.ontario.ca/document/child-care-rules-child-care-and-early-years-act
Summer Neighbourhood Activity Program 5 to 10 years Haber and Brant Hills Junior 4 to 6 years Haber and Brant Hills Senior 6 to 10 years
Join the fun of SNAP! Active games, sports, crafts, songs, weekly trips, guest presenter and special events!
Youth Centres (9 to 14 years)
A fun and interactive program for youth including active games, sports, crafts, songs, weekly trips, guest presenter and special events. S.N.A.P "graduates" can continue building their camp memories at Youth Centres.
Camp Can-Do (5 to 12 years) - A program for children with and without disabilities. Activities focus on active and passive games, crafts, special events, and include a daily swim!
Outdoor Opportunity (13 to 21 years) - An outdoor program for teens and young adults with developmental disabilities. Enjoy fresh air and make some new friends. Activities focus on age appropriate games, sports, crafts, and a daily swim.
Outdoor Opportunity Plus (21 years+) - This program is for individuals with a disability. Participants will enjoy age appropriate recreational activities with an emphasis on life-skill development utilizing the community. Participants will be welcome to swim everyday.
Performing arts camps! Explore your creativity through drama, music and dance. Make friends, build confidence and learn to work with a team. Two week session with end of session show!
Little performers (6 to 8 years) - staff will help nurture creativity and prepare you for a part in the performance.
Explore theatre (8 to 12 years) - A great introduction to student theatre. Explore theatre with by developing and producing your own material.
Découvertes Dramatiques (9 to 12 years) - Practice your French, make new friends, and share your creativity on stage! Designed for students going into grade 4 to 6 in September 2016 who can communicate orally in French.
Intermediate (9 to 15 years) - Participants work together in a nurturing environment while learning and rehearsing scenes for the performance.
Theatre Leadership (16 to 18 years) - Participants work in a professional environment, learning, rehearsing and shadowing staff to further their interests and skills in performance, technical production, or orchestra.
Due to circumstances beyond our control, program details ( e.g. trips and special guests, daily themes or activities) may be subject to change.