Along with camps in Leslieville, The Beach, and The Danforth, camps downtown east of Yonge Street are included here, as well as East York and Scarborough camps.
All camps run March 16–20, 2020. Some allow you to sign up for individual days rather than a whole week. Before- and after-care is usually available for an additional fee.
Bob Acton Sports
Hockey camps at Bob Action Sports include on-ice training and skills development, a camp scrimmage, dryland training, and other sports activities, at three different skill levels.
Location: Ted Reeve Arena, 175 Main St., Toronto
Ages: 4 and up
Bricks 4 kids
In The Beaches, Bricks4kids is offering a Jr. Robotics with Minecraft camp for March break. Campers can customize their Minecraft Lego creations with sound and motion using sensors, remote controls, and Lego’s drag-and-drop WeDo icon-based software for kids.
Location: Avalon Montessori School, 2181 Queen St. E.
It’s a Frozen II–themed week at this musical theatre camp. Singing, dancing, acting, and art will be included, plus outdoor play. There’s an end-of-week performance for family and friends. After-care available.
Location: 20 Leslie St., Toronto
East York Gymnastics Club
Gymnastics, trampoline, and arts and crafts are on the roster for your limber gymnast in a 33,000-square-foot facility with state-of-the-art equipment and specialized activity stations for various ages.
Location: 6 Dohme Ave., Toronto
Ages: 4½ and up
Go to East York Gymnastics Club
This east-end fitness centre with a kids’ club offers March break camps themed around tennis, squash, and swimming. Kids learn from certified professionals and instructors.
Location: 801 Lakeshore Blvd. E., Toronto
Oaks ‘n Acorns
Kids can try a bit of everything at March Break Activity Camp: arts and crafts, team games, an obstacle course in the gym, dance party, and outdoor play are all included in an action-packed week.
Location: 1856 Danforth Ave., Toronto
This early education centre is centred around play-based learning. Sign up for half-day or full-day camp. This year’s theme is TBD, but past themes have included Spy Camp, Science/Lego Robotics camp, and Song and Motion dance/music camp.
Location: 583 Danforth Ave., 2nd Floor, Toronto
Soccer clinics focus on specific skills and tactics for each session, followed by a game. Sign up for one or all sessions. Camps are divided by age (4–5, 6–7, 8–15) with a separate Goalkeeper Training session (ages 10–15). Play is on an indoor turf field.
Location: Toronto City Sports Centre, 32 Curity Ave., East York
SCARBOROUGH – BENDALE
Kids can experience settler life as they play games, make crafts, learn settler skills, and cook over an open hearth at this City of Toronto camp. It’s not all about the 18th century: kids participate in traditional camp activities, too.
Location: 1007 Brimley Rd., Scarborough
Sky Blue Studio
French and English-language instruction is offered at Sky Blue Studio art camps. Choose from a half-day or full-day week. Mornings will be art projects and creative activities, afternoons will be local excursions and interactive games.
Go to Sky Blue Studio
Children participate in creative movement, arts and crafts, hands-on science, cooking, dance, music, and yoga, as well as daily outdoor playtime. There’s a different theme each day of March break. Register by day or by week; half-day available.
Location: 183 Carlaw Ave., Toronto
Choose from Multi-Sport Camp (ages 4–12) or Flag Footbal Camp (ages 9–13) under the covered dome at the enormous Monarch Park Stadium, with a full NFL-size football field and full-size turf soccer field. Kids get a Friday pizza lunch.
Location: 1 Parkmount Rd., Toronto
Toronto Circus Centre
Aerial trapeze, hoops, silks, tumbling, juggling, and clowning are some of the activities kids will take part in during a full week of circus classes that ends with a circus show for parents on Friday.
Location: The Redwood Theatre, 1300 Gerrard St. E., Toronto
SCARBOROUGH – MORNINGSIDE HEIGHTS
At the zoo’s Go Wild! Zoo Camp, kids tour the zoo and learn about animals in different habitats around the world, get behind-the-scenes animal encounters, and take part in themed games and activities.
Cost: $280 members, $300 non-members
Looking for more?
Find more camps in the east end or elsewhere, plus summer camps and more in our online camps directory.