City of Guelph summer day camps
Hey, parents! Are you looking for fun filled days for your children this summer? We’ve got you covered.
The City of Guelph offers a variety of summer day camps for ages four to 21 that are challenging, inspiring and most importantly, fun! Our camps run for a full week at a time, and we offer camps for all nine weeks of the summer.
Whether your child is a circus clown, sports enthusiast, sculptor, or simply looking to get outside and meet new friends this summer, we have a camp designed forhim or her.
For children between the ages of four and five, we offer Kiddie Camp. Games, songs, crafts, story time, and supervised free play are a part of the day’s activities. Creative Craft is for kids four to six years old, and is all about paint, paper, glitter, glue and fun.
For future artists, we offer Arts Unlimited, ages four to ten,for those who love to dance, act, sing and create. Daily Discoveries, West End Adventure Camp, and Swim Camp are other camp options for kids five to 12 years old. We also offer a Swim Camp with Lessons. This is a two-week camp.
Our Extreme Adventure camp, for ageseight to 13, is an outdoor camp. Daily skateboarding at the skatepark, slacklining, swimming and field games make this an active camp for kids who like to keep busy.
Circus Arts teaches eight to 13 year olds the magic behind the big top. There is juggling, acrobatics, theatrical clown, and more.
Our Pottery Camp, ages seven to 12 and 13 to 17, teaches campers a variety of clay hand building techniques. This camp offers half and full day options. Other camps designed for campers seven to 13 years old are Sherwood Forest Camp, Extreme Adventure, Destination Exploration, and Girl’s Week.
We also offer leadership camps for teens, ages 12 to 17. These camps provide valuable life and leadership skills and prepare the teens to be future camp counsellors through placement opportunities.
For teens and young adults living with a disability, our Youth on the Move camp offers daily outdoor activities, sports, arts and crafts, theme days, and trips within the community. Campers meet new friends, build self-esteem, and enjoy physical activity and skill development in a safe and secure environment.
Our energetic and experienced staff will help campers gain confidence, build skills and learn to take responsibility for themselves, others, the environment and the community. All camp employees participate in an extensive pre-camp training program, are First Aid and CPR trained and have a clear police record check.
One2One Support through trained staff and volunteers is offered to campers with physical, cognitive, and/or developmental disabilities. Each camper can register for a maximum of four weeks One2One Support.