The GTA has a March Break camp for every interest and inclination. Kids can become circus stars, practice their slapshot, or climb to the highest heights. They can perfect their Minecraft programming skills, create their own artistic masterpiece, or explore the great outdoors. You won’t be hearing “I’m bored” this March Break with the all the day camp options in this list!
All camps are full day unless noted otherwise. Camp times vary; most are 8:30 or 9 am to 4 or 4:30 pm, but some days end as early as 3:30 pm. Extended care (early drop-off and/or late pickup) is available in some cases, for an additional fee.
Midtown and North Toronto
This section includes all Toronto camps in Midtown and North York, west of the Don Valley Parkway.
Adventure Valley hosts a number of activities for day campers that include art, cooking, music, dance, sports, outdoor fun, and special guests.7015 Leslie St., Thornhill
This year-round art school has an art and architecture camp planned for March break: kids will draw, paint and sculpt, using a wide variety of materials and techniques, while creating unique art works inspired by a variety of magnificent structures and inspiring works from around the world. Drama and music will be incorporated. Lunch is included. Half-day available.480 Avenue Rd., Toronto
Ages 3–Grade 9
From Hockey Fundamentals for beginners ages 4–7 to Elite Edges and Puck Control for A, AA, and AAA players, campers are evaluated by age and skill and are split into a group that will work best for them at Canlan Ice Sports’ March Break camps.989 Murray Ross Parkway, North York
Dazzling Divas‘s Girl Power Day Camp is all about building self-esteem and includes games, spa treatments, crafts, dance, yoga, a karaoke party, guest speakers, and more.Fairlawn United Church, 28 Fairlawn Ave., Toronto
March Break Day Camp focuses on exploring the winter forest and ravines in the Don Valley at Evergreen Brick Works. Kids will spend lots of time outdoors, playing and learning about survival strategies of local animals and looking for edible plants.
550 Bayview Ave., Toronto
Kids will experiment with a variety of artistic techniques and materials at Freehand School of Art’s March Break camp. They’ll finish each day with a work of art related to Going Green, or Famous Artists.3315 Yonge St., Toronto
Campers will a heritage-inspired lunch in Mrs. Gibson’s historic kitchen, over the open hearth at the March Break Bakers camps, operated by the City of Toronto. This is a two-day camp—offered on Monday and Tuesday of March break only; register for one or both days of the Gibson House Museum.5172 Yonge St., Toronto
Aspiring coders will create new programs every day, with themes like art, Star Wars, Minecraft, Pokémon, and more at Hatch Canada’s March Break camp.3202 Yonge St., Toronto
9 am–5 pm
Of course, trampolining is a big part of March break camps at Just Bounce. But kids also take part in circus activities, arts and crafts, and indoor and outdoor games. You can register for half-day or full-day camp.3731 Chesswood Dr., North York
Young artists will experiment with a variety of art tools, media, and techniques while making art in 2D and 3D at LOLART’s March Bream camp. Ages 5–8 build skills in all sorts of mediums: clay, plaster, ink, pencil, paint, and more. Ages 9–14 focus on cartooning, drawing, and painting fundamentals and techniques.87 Sheppard Ave., W., Unit 2, North York
Soccer camp provides a mix of age-specific skills development, fun, and games. Full-day and half-day camp is available at North Toronto Soccer Club.Downsview Park Hangar, 75 Carl Hall Rd., Toronto
Ages 5–12 (children born 2006–2012)
Grab your cape and get ready to unmask some spectacular superhero science at the Ontario Science Centre. Bend light, battle magnetic forces, defy gravity, and go wild for incredible animal powers.770 Don Mills Rd., Toronto
All camps at Pawsitively Pets include hands-on interactions with rescue 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. Register for two, three, four, or five days; full-day and half-day available.125 Brentcliffe Rd., Toronto
Experiences ranging from sports to STEM programs are available at TAC’s March break camps, held at multiple Midtown locations (as well as elsewhere in the GTA). Focus on soccer, basketball, tennis, dance, swimming, martial arts, or gymnastics, or opt for an adventure camp or robotics camp.Three locations: Glendon Proctor Field House, 2275 Bayview Ave., North York
TFS Canada’s International School, 306 Lawrence Ave. E., North York
Fieldstone Private School, 2999 Dufferin St., North York Ages 3½–12
Looking to join the circus? Look no furtherAerial 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.Leaside United Church, 822 Millwood Rd., Toronto
Children can spend their week rock climbing, bouldering, slacklining, crafting, and playing a variety of indoor games and sports in True North Climbing’s 12,000-square-foot facility with 36-foot walls and cool features like a freestanding boulder.Downsview Park Sports Centre, 75 Carl Hall Rd., Unit 14, Toronto
Students spend a week creating their own world in a theatrical piece, having fun on the journey along the way, at YPT’s March Break Drama Camp. Campers will attend a daytime performance of The Secret Garden on Tuesday; ticket is included in camp fee.Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts, 36 Greenfield Ave., North York
Toronto East End
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.
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. A pizza lunch is provided. Late pickup available.Ted Reeve Arena, 175 Main St., Toronto
Ages 4 and up
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.Creswell Dance Academy, 2181 Queen St. E., Unit 304, Toronto
Camp Monarch offers instruction in music, art, dance, and yoga, as well as outdoor play time. Camp takes place a the Leslieville School of Dance, offering dance instruction for ages 2 and up in ballet, tap, acro, jazz, creative movement, and children’s yoga.20 Leslie St., Suite 212, Toronto
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.6 Dohme Ave., Toronto
Ages 4½ and up
Kids learn fundamental creative and technical principles of photography—including how their own cameras work and Instagram tips—at this introductory class that includes daily photo field trips and photography-based games. Loan DSLRs available for a fee.25 Toronto St., Toronto
All materials and a snack are included in LucSculpture’s camps. Kids engage in four artistic activities each day, exploring themes like magic and indigenous ancestry through collage, sculpture, storytelling, and painting. The camp can also be taught in French.20 Leslie St., Suite 212, Toronto
March break camps at this enormous sports centre take place inside the covered Winter Dome with full NFL-size football field and full-size turf soccer field. Camp activities include sports and games, “bouncy castle” inflatables, and excursions. Kids get a Friday pizza lunch. Register by day or by week.1 Parkmount Rd., Toronto
Upcycling is the theme at this March break camp. Kids make toys, instruments, and art with cardboard tubes, duct tape, string, and other ordinary materials. Crafts, story times, active indoor gym time, outdoor play, and a Friday movie round out the week’s activities.1856 Danforth Ave., Toronto
Soccer clinics focus on a 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.
Two East End locations:
Toronto City Sports Centre, 32 Curity Ave., East York
Ultra Sports Centre, 1510 Birchmount Rd., Scarborough
A full day of drawing, painting, and building, as well as some outdoor activity, is in store for kids taking part in this March break camp. Groups are divided by age: JK–Grade 1, Grades 2–4, and Grades 5–8. Full-day and half-day available.1580 Kingston Rd., Toronto
The World Cup March Break Soccer camp is led by the coaching staff of Ryerson’s champion men’s soccer team. The weeklong program focuses on individual age-appropriate skills, leadership, and strength and agility exercises and includes Ryerson student athlete mentorship.Kerr Hall Gym, 379 Victoria St., Toronto
Kids can experience settler life as they play games, make crafts, learn settler skills, and cook on the woodstove at this City of Toronto camp.1007 Brimley Rd., Scarborough
Children participate in creative movement, arts and crafts, hands-on science, cooking, dance, music, and yoga, as well as daily outdoor play time. There’s a different theme each day of March break. Register by day or by week; half-day available.183 Carlaw Ave., Toronto
At Robotic Video Games Camp, kids will work together to design robotic versions of virtual video games. They will learn to design in 2D and 3D, use a laser cutter and 3D printer, construct circuits, and program using Arduino. Campers are divided by age: 6–9 and 10–13.Toronto Tool Library, 1803 Danforth Ave., Toronto
At this multi-sport camp, kids learn a variety of fundamental sports skills in soccer, baseball, flag football, ball hockey, basketball, and more. The focus is on fair play, teamwork, and fun.Branksome Hall, 10 Elm Ave., Toronto
Students spend a week creating their own world in a theatrical piece, having fun on the journey along the way, at March Break Drama Camp offered by YPT—Canada’s largest professional theatre for children and youth.165 Front St. E., Toronto
Toronto West End and Downtown
The boundaries of camps included here are Etobicoke to the west and east to Yonge Street. This includes camps at the Harbourfront Centre, at the ROM, in Chinatown and in the Annex. See East End for camps east of Yonge Street and North Toronto for camps north of Eglinton Avenue.
This Junction-area art store and school offers a day camp with different artistic theme for each day of March break week, plus outdoor play.2928 Dundas St. W., Toronto
Students explore drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, and more during the week, ending with an art exhibit on the last day.238 Jane St., Toronto
Basecamp Climbing’s March break day camp is packed with climbing games, lessons, crafts, and outdoor activities.677 Bloor St. W., Toronto
Ages 6 and up
This March Break, Charb Arts focuses on the Renaissance child. Kids will learn all kinds of dance styles from hip hop to musical theatre to ballet and jazz; the fundamentals of cooking for the budding chef in every child; and self-portraiture in different mediums such as clay and paint.2238 Dundas St. W., Suite 111, Toronto
Kids learn aerial and acrobatic arts, including aerial silks, trapeze, hoop, tumbling, games, and crafts and more at this Junction Triangle circus skills studio.807 St Clarens Avenue, Toronto (New location as of Dec 23rd 2019)
Children can discover Victorian gadgets and design in a week of activities, projects, cooking, and exploration at this City of Toronto Discovery Camp.11 Colborne Lodge Dr., High Park, Toronto
Harbourfront Centre hosts a wide selection of March Break camps, with different themes like fashion, theatre/improv, science, Dungeons & Dragons, and creative writing, under the umbrella of Creative Camps, Exploratory Camps, and Specialty Camps.235 Queens Quay W., Toronto
Children explore the park through hikes, games, and crafts. Most activities take place outdoors. Register by day or by week.375 Colborne Lodge Dr., High Park, Toronto
Team-building, outdoor play, active indoor games, arts and crafts, and fun projects are all part of Kidz360’s day camp.
3431 Dundas St. W., Suite 200, Toronto
Kids learn coding, robotics, and Minecraft, and collaborate with others at this March break camp—a “sampler” of STEM activities, with different focus each day.2451 Bloor St. W., Toronto
This activity camp is filled with activities everyone will enjoy, such as arts & craft, structured team games, outdoor fun (dress for the weather), obstacle course in the on-site gym, dance parties, and much more.3217 Dundas St. W., Toronto
All camps include hands-on interactions with rescue animals. Little Lambs camp (ages 4–5) focuses on learning about different animals. Animal Doctors (ages 6–8) teaches animal health and care. Vet Explorers (ages 9–11) teaches the basics of veterinary medicine. Register for two or more days; full-day and half-day available.Swansea Town Hall, 95 Lavinia Ave., Toronto
The Royal Ontario Museum has camps for ages 5 and up. They are extremely popular, so sign up quick! Camps focus on everything from Museum Mysteries to Dungeons and Dragons.100 Queen’s Park, Toronto
Music camps for kids include Instrument Exploration (ages 4–5 and 6–7), and a musical-theatre camp (ages 8–10) incorporating singing, movement, and building costumes and sets.273 Bloor St. W., Toronto
The name of the game is improv all week at The Second City. Kids play theatre games and learn to think on their feet, developing self-confidence and creativity. Beginners welcome. Camps are divided by grades: 2–4, 5–8, and 9–12.99 Blue Jays Way, Toronto
Kids learn skills like building and engineering, server setup, 3D printing, programming, and circuitry. Camps are for kids aged 6-13. Currently camps are not available for registration–check back in the new year.192 Spadina Ave., Toronto
Kids learn basic gymnastic movements as they participate on all apparatus, moving through various circuits and activities that promote body awareness, co-ordination, balance, and agility.
77 Brown’s Line, Etobicoke
Ages 4 and up