25 March Break Camps in Midtown & North Toronto for 2020

Bravo Academy for the Performing Arts

This year at March break camp in Midtown, North Toronto or North York, kids can take a trip around the world, develop handwriting and typing skills, or learn to make tiramisu! No matter what your child is into—coding, Lego, theatre, art, cooking, active play—there’s a camp for that.

Registration is open now for the following March break camps. Many offer half-day options as well as before- and after-care.

Active Kids Zone


Kids have tons of options for fun during March break at this 10,000-square-foot kids’ athletic/creative centre. Camp activities include crafts, cooking, sports and games, and playtime in the Fun Zone—with bouncy inflatables and climbing structures.

Dates: March 16–20
Location: 951 Alness St., North York
Ages: 5–12
Learn more/sign up at Active Kids Zone

Avenue Road Arts School


Younger kids can sign up for Art & Architecture from Around the World (ages 3–5, SK-Grade 1, and Grades 1–3). Older kids can choose one or two half-day programs in Jewellery Design, Drawing & Painting, Acting for Film & TV, Architecture & Design, Painting & Design, or Comic Book Studies.

Dates: March 9–13 and 16–20
Location: 460 Avenue Rd., Toronto
Ages: Age 3–Grade 8
Learn more/sign up at Avenue Road Arts School

Bravo Academy for the Performing Arts


Five Shakespeare plays are mixed up into one humourous musical for the weeklong musical theatre March break camp, Shake It Up With Shakespeare. Campers take part in acting, singing, dancing, and creating sets and props, culminating in an end-of-week performance in the school’s theatre.

Dates: March 16–20
77 Samor Rd., Toronto
Ages: 7–12
Learn more/sign up at Bravo Academy

Camp Tournesol


French immersion and francophone students (Grades 1–3) and French learners (JK–Grade 1) are welcome at this multi-activity camp conducted in French. Art, STEM, imaginative play, and an excursion to the Kortright Centre for a maple syrup program are all part of this fun week en français!

Dates: March 16–20
49 Bogert Ave., North York
Ages: JK–Grade 3
Learn more/sign up at Camp Tournesol

Canadian Contemporary School of Art


Spend a week at art school! This year’s March break camp theme is Once Upon a Time in Japan. Explore Japanese art techniques including painting, architecture, sculpting, textile arts, and animation. Half-day camp is available.

Date: March 16–20
Location: 109 Vanderhoof Ave, Toronto
Ages: 4–12
Learn more/sign up at CCSA

The Chef Upstairs


Does your child love to cook? Do you have visions of them making you huevos rancheros or baklava? Each day at March Break Cooking Camp, kids make a different breakfast, lunch, and dessert. They learn cooking techniques and food preparation skills, plus play outside (weather permitting). The week ends with an Iron Chef Day.

Dates: March 9–13 and 16–20
Location: 516 Mt. Pleasant Rd., Toronto
Ages: 7–12

Learn more/sign up at The Chef Upstairs

Elite Camps


March Break Basketball Camps take place in a 12,000-square-foot training centre dedicated entirely to basketball training, year-round. Instructors are college/university- and pro-level players. Kids learn basketball skills and play games suited to their age and skill level. Open to beginner through advanced players.

Dates: March 9–13 and 16–20
Location: 20 Scarsdale Rd., Building B, North York
Ages: 7–17

Learn more/sign up at Elite Camps

Explorer Hop


At Around the World in 5 Days (week #1) kids embark on an imaginary trip through North and South America, exploring the art, music, history, and sports of select countries. At Board Game Ninjas! camp (week #2), kids invent and design their own board game in a fun STEAM week combining math, logic, and art.

Dates: March 9–13 (Around the World) and 16–20 (Board Game Ninjas!)
556 Mount Pleasant Rd, Toronto
Ages: 6–10 (Around the World) and 8–14 (Board Game Ninjas!)

Learn more/sign up at Explorer Hop

Evergreen Brick Works


Explore the winter forest and Don Valley ravines at a nature-based camp at Evergreen Brick Works. Kids will spend lots of time outdoors playing and learning: tracking animals through the snow, discovering winter survival strategies of local animals, and looking for edible plants.

Dates: March 9–13 and 16–20
Location: 550 Bayview Ave., Toronto
Ages: 6–12

Learn more/sign up at Evergreen Brick Works

Great Big Theatre Company


Musical theatre, improvisation, mime, theatre games, stagecraft (sets and costumes), and an end-of-week performance are all part of this fun week of theatre camp. Work on movement, performance skills, voice, character development, and confidence.

Dates: March 16–20
Location: 19 Don Ridges Dr., North York
Ages: 6–14

Learn more/sign up at Great Big Theatre Company

Hatch Coding


Kids get hands-on experience with coding and tackling “mini-missions” to solve real-world problems on a local or international level. Coding and Leadership Camp is a fun and challenging camp where kids acquire skills in technical programming, team-building, and public speaking. March 9–13 and 16–20.

Dates: March 9–13 and 16–20
Location: 3202 Yonge St., Toronto
Ages: 7–15

Learn more/sign up at Hatch Coding

Just Bounce Trampoline Club


Trampoline instruction is combined with circus activities, arts and crafts, and games at this North York trampoline club offering year-round instruction in competitive trampoline with certified coaches.

Dates: March 16–20
Location: 3731 Chesswood Dr., North York
Ages: 4–14

Learn more/sign up at Just Bounce



Every day brings a special, hands-on activity at Kidnasium. Last year’s March break camp included live-animal activities with Pawsitively Pets, science experiments with Mad Science, a dinosaur dig with Reptilia, and more. A gymnastics camp will be offered this year. Half-day and single-day options are available. Registration is not yet open at this writing.

Dates: March 16–20
Location: 745 Mount Pleasant Rd., Toronto
Ages: 3–9

Learn more at Kidnasium

Kidnetix Yorkdale


Creative crafts, cooperative games, field trips, sports, and indoor playground fun are all on the agenda during March break camp at Kidnetix. Each day has a different theme, like the Community Safety & Heroes day, where kids meet real-life firefighters and race through an obstacle course.

Dates: March 16–20
Location: 100 Bridgeland Ave., North York
Ages: 5–12

Learn more/sign up at Kidnetix

La Liga Toronto


Stay active during March break at this multi-sport camp that includes dance as well as indoor soccer, basketball, and dodge ball. Camps take place at the large indoor sports complex, with three soccer courts and a basketball court.

Dates: March 16–20
Location: 1107 Finch Ave W, North York
Ages: 5–12

Learn more/sign up at La Liga Toronto

Ontario Science Centre


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.

Dates: March 16–20
Location: 770 Don Mills Rd., Toronto

Learn more/sign up at the Ontario Science Centre

Rooks to Cooks


Camps taught by professional chef-instructors and 1:6 ratios are guaranteed at Rooks To Cooks cooking camps. This season it’s March Munchies—a vegetarian-friendly program that will teach kids to make pastry and incorporate a wide range of plant-based ingredients and alternative proteins into their dishes.

Dates: March 16–20
3180 Bathurst St., North York
175 St. Clair Ave W, Toronto
Ages: 7–15

Learn more/sign up at Rooks to Cooks

Rosetta School of Visual Arts


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.

Location: 1580 Kingston Rd., Toronto
Ages: 7–13

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Ruth Rumack’s Learning Space


Kids can pick up invaluable skills during March break at this academic support centre for children and teens. They can learn to type on a QWERTY keyboard, get started with coding in Scratch, work on handwriting, and get a solid foundation in how to construct well-written paragraphs. Children with learning differences are welcome.

Dates: March 9–13 and 16–20
Location: 25 Imperial St., Suite 100, Toronto
Ages: Grades 3–12

Learn more/sign up at Ruth Rumack’s Learning Space

TAC Sports


TAC’s March Sport & Tech Camps allow kids to choose from arts, STEM, and sports activities including basketball, soccer, dance, gymnastics, mixed martial arts (MMA), art/design, Lego ArchiTECH, and Lego Robotics. Activities vary by location. All kids ages 4–5 take part in the multi-activity Adventure Camp, with arts and crafts, sports, songs, games, and storytimes.

Dates: March 9–13 and 16–20
45 Hallcrown Place, North York
3379 Bayview Ave., North York
306 Lawrence Ave. E., North York

Learn more/sign up at TAC Sports

Toronto Botanical Garden


Join TBGKids for March break nature camps, with interactive, educational and engaging activities in TBG’s nature-themed classroom, expansive garden, and nearby ravine. Registration is by day, but one day is free if you register for the full week.

Dates: March 16–20
Location: 516 Mt. Pleasant Rd., Toronto
Ages: 5–8

Learn more/sign up at Toronto Botanical Garden

Toronto Circus Centre


Looking to join the circus? Look no further. 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, ending with a circus show for parents on Friday.

Date: March 16–20
Location: 822 Millwood Rd., Toronto
Ages: 4½–13

Learn more/sign up at Toronto Circus Centre

True North Climbing


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.

Dates: March 16–20
Location: Downsview Park Sports Centre, 75 Carl Hall Rd., Unit 14
Ages: 7–12

Sign up at True North Climbing

True North Sports Camps


Stay active during the break with a Multi-Sport March Break Camp at Branksome Hall. Kids will play games and develop fundamental sports skills while trying out a variety of sports including soccer, basketball, flag football, baseball, and hockey. Teamwork, fair plan, and fun are the name of the game!

Dates: March 16–20
Location: 10 Elm Ave., Toronto
Ages: 4–12

Sign up at True North Sports Camps

York University Science Engagement Programs


Hands-on, immersive science camps at the Faculty of Science with different activities and experiments each day exploring elements of science and engineering. Kids are divided by grade: 3/4, 5/6, or 7/8.

Dates: March 16–20
Location: York University, 4700 Keele St., Toronto
Ages: Grades 3–8

Sign up at York University Science Engagement Programs

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