Fun West End Toronto PA Day Camps 2018

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West Enders, here is your guide to many and varied PA day camps in the area. You and your child will both love this chance to get out of the house and have fun. They can create some art, go rock climbing, learn about nature, or run away and join the circus (for a day). There’s something for your STEM learner, your junior historian, or your budding gymnast. It’ll be a day to remember!

All prices are for full-day camp without extended care, unless otherwise noted. Most camps offer extended care—for a fee and registration required—but some do not.

While most of these camps are offered for every PA day through June; some are only on select PA days. Want to see more options? Find more PA day camps in our directory.

Live in another part of the city? Find East End PA day camps here.

See the Toronto PA day camps map.

Articulations (The Junction)

This Junction-area art store offers a full-day camp with an art lesson and outdoor time Portraits in Acrylic Paint, Printmaking, and Plain Air Painting are on the roster.

2928 Dundas St. W., Toronto
Ages 8–13
$75/day or $176 for a 3-PA-day package (Jan. 19, Feb. 16, Jun. 8)

Art Works Art School (Baby Point)

A creative and fun series of art programs with all-day, mixed projects focussing on a unique theme each session. Your child will complete a one-of-a-kind work that utilizes new techniques in a variety of media in drawing, painting, sculpture, and printmaking.

238 Jane St., Toronto | Ages 4–12 | Full day $90, half day $45

Basecamp Climbing (The Annex)

Base Camp Climbing’s PA day camp is packed with climbing games, arts and crafts, and other rock climbing awesomeness. Pizza lunch is included.

677 Bloor St. W., Toronto | Ages 6+ | $85 (10% off each additional sibling)

Bricks4kidz (Etobicoke)

Robotics and Minecraft are the focus of Bricks4kidz’s PA day camps, using Lego’s WeDo drag-and-drop software and building Minecraft items out of actual Lego bricks. Students at Dovercourt PS can sign up for an in-school PA day camp with Bricks4kidz.

Neilson Park Creative Centre, 56 Neilson Dr., Etobicoke
Ages 5–12


Charb Arts (Roncesvalles)

Kids can enjoy dance workshops, arts and crafts, music, and games in the Charb Arts studios. Campers can choose their own activities and get involved in fun group projects.

2238 Dundas St. W., Suite 111, Toronto
Ages 4–10

Cirque-ability (Junction Triangle/Bloordale)

Kids can learn new skills, improve their fitness, and make friends as they take part in a day of aerial and acrobatics at Cirque-ability.

213 Sterling Rd., Toronto
Ages 4–12

Colborne Lodge (High Park)

Children can make Colborne Lodge their home away from home while experiencing a variety of activities at the historic cottage.

11 Colborne Lodge Dr., High Park, Toronto
Ages 7–10

High Park Nature Centre (High Park)

Children can make crafts, learn about nature, and explore the outdoors at High Park Nature Centre’s PA day camp.

375 Colborne Lodge Dr., High Park, Toronto
Ages 6–10

Kidz360 (The Junction)

Team-building, outdoor play, active indoor games, arts and crafts, and fun projects are all part of Kidz360’s PA day camp.

3431 Dundas St. W., Suite 200, Toronto
Ages 5–12

MakerKids (Bloor West Village)

Kids make their own STEM projects, learn coding, robotics, and Minecraft, and collaborate with others during MakerKids PA day program.

2451 Bloor St. W., Toronto
Ages 7–12

Oaks ’n’ Acorns (The Junction)

Indoor and outdoor active play, arts and crafts, and team building are all part of Oaks ’n’ Acorns themed PA day camps.

3217 Dundas St. W., Toronto
Ages JK to Grade 4.
9 am–4 pm

The ROM (Yorkville)

The ROM is always a good time, but imagine it without parents! Art projects, science experiments, and exploring the galleries fill the day.

100 Queen’s Park, Toronto
Ages 5–14

STEAMLabs (Downtown)

STEAMLabs has their entire roster prepared for this school year’s PA days. From Minecraft Club to Robotic Room Sign Making, there is something for all your high-tech, crafty creators.

192 Spadina Ave., Toronto
Ages 7–14

Toronto Gymnastics International (Etobicoke)

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+
Full day $60, half day $35 half day + $35 registration fee for non-members

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