Toronto March Break Camps on the West End for 2020

Camps for Kids

Looking to book a March break camp on the west end in Toronto? Your kids will be spoiled for choice in 2020 with options like vet camp, musical theatre camp, and Dungeons & Dragons camp!

All camps run March 16–20, 2020, except where noted. Some offer half-day options, and before- and after care is usually available for an additional fee.

Action Potential Lab


Why choose between science and art? At this science and art lab, kids can do both. The camp schedule is not set at this writing, but popular activities at the lab include making volcanoes, building light-up insects using circuits, concoting potions, and making slime.

Location: 451 Christie St., Toronto
Ages: JK–Grade 4

Learn more/sign up at Action Potential Lab

Basecamp Climbing


Basecamp Climbing’s March break day camp is packed with climbing games, lessons, crafts, and outdoor activities. Beginners are welcome.

Location: 677 Bloor St. W., Toronto
Ages: 6 and up

Learn more/sign up at Basecamp Climbing

Creative Children’s Dance Centre


Musical Theatre Madness camp culminates in an end-of-week, in-house performance. Campers take classes in jazz, tap, musical theatre, plus work with a vocal coach and play theatre games. Groups are ages 4–7 and 8–12.

Location: 1980 St. Clair Ave. W., Toronto
Ages: 4–12

Learn more/sign up at Creative Children’s Dance Centre

The Maker Bean


At this maker café, kids get creative using laser cutters, 3D printers, and more. Each day focuses on either Minecraft or robotics, with themed, hands-on building and creating. Outdoor playtime at Dufferin Grove Park is incorporated, weather-permitting. No camp on Friday, March 20.

Location: 1052 Bloor St. W., Toronto
Ages: 6–12

Learn more/sign up at The Maker Bean

Miles Nadal JCC


Multi-activity March break camps at the JCC include swimming, sports, arts and crafts, cooking, and more. The large fitness and community centre, at Bloor and Spadina, has a saltwater pool.

Location: 750 Spadina Ave., Toronto
Ages: 5–10

Learn more/sign up at the Miles Nadal JCC

Pawsitively Pets


All camps at Pawsitively Pets include hands-on interactions with animals. Little Lambs camp (ages 4–5) focuses on learning about different animals. Animal Doctors (ages 6–8) teaches campers animal health and care. Vet Explorers (ages 9–11) teaches the basics of veterinary medicine. Sign up for two to five days of camp; half-days available.

Location: Swansea Town Hall, 95 Lavinia Ave., Toronto
Ages: 4–11

Learn more/sign up at Pawsitively Pets

Roseneath Theatre


Magical thinking is encouraged at Dungeons & Dragons March Break Camp! Kids draw on their powers of imagination to explore labyrinths and battle monsters in this popular role-playing game. All ages play together at this collaborative camp.

Location: 651 Dufferin St., Toronto
Ages: 8–16

Learn more/sign up at Roseneath Theatre

Swansea School of Dance


Enjoy a week of new friends and fun with dance at this west end dance school. The theme for March break is Adventureland Dance Camp. Full-day and half-day camp are available.

Location: 356 Windemere Ave., Toronto
Ages: 4–10

Learn more/sign up at Swansea School of Dance

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