In-Person Toronto Camps You Can Book for September 8–11

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Surprise! On August 20, the TDSB announced a delayed back-to-school date of September 15 to prepare for new health and safety measures.

This unexpected week of summer vacation means many parents are left scrambling for child care and activities for the four days after Labour Day.

Here are all the Toronto camps we’ve found so far that have managed to pull together an extra week of in-person summer camp for September 8–11. Book ’em while they’re hot!

Did we miss a camp? Comment below or email us

Toronto West End

4Cats Baby Point

All locations of this art studio have added a week to their summer camp schedule. Camps are mixed-media and kids create a new project each day.

The Maker Bean Cafe

At Robotics Camp, kids can create their own robot to take home, using 2D and 3D modelling, laser cutting, and 3D printing and programming. No experience necessary.

Royal York Football Club

Have fun, make new friends, and learn soccer skills at this camp with two Etobicoke locations.

Sparx Studio

At this Educational Acting Camp in Bloor West Village, games, lessons and activities teach social-emotional skills, such as how to cope with bullying, anxiety, and public safety, as well as valuable acting techniques.

Toronto High Park FC

This non-profit soccer club offers outdoor soccer camps in High Park for all skill levels that focus on individual player development, fun, technical skills, and tactics.

Toronto East End

Canada First Academy

These coed soccer camps take place in Pantry Park at Kew Beach. All levels are welcome; training groups are divided by development stage.

Canadian Contemporary School of Art

Kids choose from one of nine different artistic fields to focus on during a full week of camp. Options include drawing, cartooning, painting, performing arts, and fashion design.

4Cats The Beaches & Danforth

All locations of this art studio have added a week to their summer camp schedule. Camps are mixed-media and kids create a new project each day.

Impact Skateboard Club

The focus is on developing skateboarding skills, positivity, and teamwork at this popular camp that takes place at the East York Skatepark. For newbies and advanced skaters alike.

Sprouts Kids

This indoor gym and playground in Leslieville offers a variety of classes for kids of all ages, summer camps, and birthday parties.

Midtown Toronto

Action Potential Lab

Summer camps at the Action Potential Lab studio near Christie and Davenport are filled with tons of art and science activities and lots of time outside.

The Chef Upstairs

Kids prepare a different three-course meal each day at cooking camp, learning hands-on knife skills, how to run a restaurant, and about various cultural aspects of cooking in the process.

4Cats Leaside

All locations of this art studio have added a week to their summer camp schedule. Camps are mixed-media and kids create a new project each day.

North Toronto Soccer Club

Kids at any level are welcome at full-day or half-day soccer camps at Eglinton Park, which incorporate instructed soccer activities and games, alternative sports and scrimmages.

North Toronto & North York

Active Kids Zone

Each day is action-packed with a variety of sports and games, crafts and ceramics, Fun Zone, and outdoor play at this 10,000-square-foot gym and play centre near Dufferin and Steeles.

Aquatics Academy

Swim camp at this facility near York University includes a 60-minute group lesson daily, plus free swim and indoor sports. 

Snapology North York

Use Lego bricks to create your favourite characters, worlds, maps, and more from popular video games. Each day has a different theme: Roblox-style games, Fortnite, Minecraft, Super Mario, and Pokémon.

TAC Sports

A variety of sports, STEM, and adventure camps are available at the Toronto Soccerplex, with both half-day and full-day options.

Wanda’s Creative Clay

Book a half-day or full-day of mixed-media and/or clay-art camp in the studio near Yonge and Lawrence.

All Locations (Backyard Camps)

In some cases you’ll need an enclosed backyard for these camps. In other cases, counsellors can operate camps at a local playground, basketball court, etc. Contact these camps directly for details.

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