Note: Due to popular demand, space is very limited in the 2019 March Break camp. Once camp is at capacity, a waitlist will be made available on a first come, first served basis.
A jam packed week of fun from March 11-15, 2019! Participate in activities such as sports, games, crafts, camp cheers and swimming. This high energy camp experience also includes special guests and a bus trip. A great way to meet new friends and try something new! *Note, bus trip and special guest are subject to change.
Exciting new adventures, building friendships, imagination, exploration, play and fun! These are just some of the things your children will enjoy when you choose a summer camp experience with the Town of Halton Hills
Our Summer Camps
Take a look at our downloadable PDF summer camp planner for a quick way to see how camps can fit into your summer this year! Our camps cater to a wide variety of interests, including sports, theatre, dance, outdoors, cooking and much more.
Please note: Registration does not begin until Wednesday, February 27th, 2019 at 7am.
Summer Camp Details
Programs run from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday (excluding statutory holidays). Summer camp will not run Monday, July 1 and Monday, August 5. Fees associated with camp running these weeks have been adjusted accordingly.
Extended care is available at all camp locations from 7:30am to 5:30pm. Fees are $42 per week for standard weeks or $34 per week for holiday weeks. Gellert camps have the option to add extended hours with swim lessons. Please ensure you register for extended care hours in addition to the camp(s) of your choice.
2019 Bus Trips
Certain camps feature an offsite trip or special guest. Where possible, trips and special guests will be scheduled Tuesday through Thursday of the camp week. Transportation and admissions are included in the weekly camp fee. Please note trips are subject to change.
Prior to your camp start date, information will be sent via e-mail to the address used for registration. This includes detailed information on your child’s camp, including items to bring (and leave behind) for bus trips. Campers are asked to leave money, electronics and valuables at home.
Bus Trip Schedule: A final bus trip schedule will be posted in June.
Professionally Trained Staff
Our leaders have certifications in CPR, First Aid and HIGH FIVE® quality assurance including Principles of Healthy Child Development certification. Leaders also undergo extensive pre-camp training including; positive child management techniques, communication and creative program design to ensure safety and diversity.
Great Leader-to-Camper Ratios
Ratios of 1:7 for tyke camps, 1:8 for Adventure Splash ‘N Fun Junior, and 1:10 for all other camps. Supplemented with Assistant Coordinators and trained volunteers.
Important Camp Information
Check out our Parent Guide for a complete source of information on preparing for summer camps.
Our camp age requirements are in accordance with the Province of Ontario's Child Care and Early Years Act. Only children who are 4 years of age at the start of program will be permitted to participate in any camp program.
Children with a Special Need or Health Condition
If your child has a special need and/or requires support while attending camp, please contact 905-873-2601 ext. 2965 to discuss options for ensuring a successful camp experience for your child. Calls placed early allow staff more time to coordinate and prepare assistance.
The Region of Halton and the Town of Halton Hills Recreation & Parks offer financial assistance to qualifying families. For more information, please review our Affordability and Inclusion Policies, or contact Recreation Services at 905-873-2601 Ext. 2263.
When you see the HIGH FIVE® Accredited logo, you know you can count on quality. HIGH FIVE® is Canada’s only quality assurance standard for children’s sport and recreation. To find out more, visit www.highfive.org or ask one of our friendly camp staff team.