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Claremont Field Centre
Claremont Field Centre
4290 Westney Rd. North
Pickering, Ontario,
L1Y1W8

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Natalie Harder

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Claremont Field Centre
 

Claremont Field Centre

4290 Westney Rd. North, Pickering, Ontario, L1Y1W8
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Type:
Day camp, Family programs
Categories:
Traditional (multi activity)
Special Needs:
Yes, Mild support (Not all campers have special needs)
Cost:
$180 to $225/week
Age:
5 to 12
Gender:
Coed
Capacity:
15 to 20
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Natalie Harder

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About this camp

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Connect with nature through hikes, games and creative play! We have ponds, creeks, wetlands, meadows and forests just waiting to be explored. Select from a wide variety of themed weeks including: Amazing Animals - Wilderness Survival - Adventure Camp - Nature Art and more! We offer Summer, March Break and Winter Holiday camps. All of our camps are led by Ontario Certified Teachers with years of experience in outdoor education.

Camp Address
4290 Westney Rd. North, Pickering, Ontario, Canada

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Activities available at this camp: (Currently showing 11 of 11 sessions)

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Day Camp
Traditional (multi activity)
Coed
Ages: 5 - 12
Expired 2018
Basketball|Hiking|Volleyball|Arts & Crafts|Photo/Video|Painting|Drawing|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills
Day Camp
Wilderness Skills
Coed
Ages: 5 - 12
Expired 2018
Basketball|Hiking|Volleyball|Arts & Crafts|Photo/Video|Painting|Drawing|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills
Day Camp
Zooology/Animals
Coed
Ages: 5 - 12
Expired 2018
Basketball|Hiking|Volleyball|Arts & Crafts|Photo/Video|Painting|Drawing|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills
Day Camp
Arts & Crafts
Coed
Ages: 5 - 12
Expired 2018
Basketball|Hiking|Volleyball|Arts & Crafts|Photo/Video|Painting|Drawing|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills
Day Camp
Wilderness Skills
Coed
Ages: 5 - 12
Expired 2018
Basketball|Hiking|Volleyball|Arts & Crafts|Photo/Video|Painting|Drawing|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills
Day Camp
Wilderness Skills
Coed
Ages: 5 - 12
Expired 2018
Basketball|Hiking|Volleyball|Arts & Crafts|Photo/Video|Painting|Drawing|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills
Day Camp
Wilderness Skills
Coed
Ages: 5 - 12
Expired 2018
Basketball|Hiking|Volleyball|Arts & Crafts|Photo/Video|Painting|Drawing|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills
Overnight Camp
Credit Courses
Coed
Ages: 14 - 18
Expired 2018
Credit Courses
Day Camp
Traditional (multi activity)
Coed
Ages: 5 - 12
Expired 2018
Basketball|Hiking|Volleyball|Arts & Crafts|Photo/Video|Painting|Drawing|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills
Day Camp
Zooology/Animals
Coed
Ages: 5 - 12
Expired 2018
Basketball|Hiking|Volleyball|Arts & Crafts|Photo/Video|Painting|Drawing|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills
Day Camp
Zooology/Animals
Coed
Ages: 5 - 12
Expired 2018
Basketball|Hiking|Volleyball|Arts & Crafts|Photo/Video|Painting|Drawing|Rope courses|Wilderness Skills

Accommodation & Property Details

Property details

Sleeping Accommodations

  • Cabins
  • Dorm or Building

Amenities

  • Electricity in Sleeping Area
  • Shower in Sleeping Area
  • Toilet in Sleeping Area

Washrooms Facilities

  • Flush Toilets
  • Showers (indoor)

Sports facilities

  • Rope Course

Landscape

  • Forested Area
  • Lake/Pond/River
  • Nature Trails
  • Open Field


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Archaeology credit in under 3 weeks

“I loved the course, all of the nature studies were wonderful and the ceremonies I got to participate in where simply beautiful.  I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to participate in such things again, I feel very fortunate for all the opportunities.  The community sense is just fantastic, I feel like I’ve known some of these people forever, yet it’s been three weeks.  It usually takes me that long to learn everyone’s name.  I have definitely some friends for life.  The instructors are fantastically friendly and caring; they really seem to like us better than ‘regular’ teachers do.  Thank you so much!


Long lasting Friendships and a Archaeology Credit!

“This was definitely not what I was expecting.  I learned a lot in a short amount of time and made lots of lasting friendships…There is not one thing in the brochure, that I remember reading, that says how awesome and amazing this course is!  There is one thing I can say that everyone that has taken this course will agree upon.  There is no way to express how this course has changed us and how it affected us until you try it out yourself.”

 


Hands On Archaeology credit

"During the summer before entering university, I was lucky enough to attend the Boyd Archaeological Field School with the help of the Carr-Reid Bursary. I am now a third-year student at U of T, majoring in Statistics and Anthropology. The way I approach school has been greatly shaped by experiences like the one I had at the Boyd Archaeological Field School. My time at the school was a challenging, immersive, and important experience. Being able to truly immerse oneself in academia is rare and underappreciated at the high school level, even though it is such a vital period for many soon-to-graduate students. I strongly believe that it is experiences, not books, that truly inspire and touch the lives of students. Whether students follow the path of archaeology or not, this field school teaches students how to look at the world outside of one’s own limited worldview. It is through this field school that I’ve developed a great interest in past cultures and awareness of the indigenous people of North America. The field school is more than a summer camp; it is a place where students can expand their interests into meaningful experiences. Without the bursary, I would not have been able to participate in this program. I hope that many more students can be given the same opportunity to appreciate anthropology in this important and unforgettable way."


Outside All Day!

"We love that the kids are outside all day playing and hiking. The counselors are very welcoming, inclusive and friendly"


"Best Camp Ever!"

"My kids favorite part was getting dirty an playing outside all day long! Both girls said "best camp ever!" We loved seeing pictures updates throughout the week. They loved using the pictures to tell stories about their day."

 


Catching crayfish!

"My kids loved the river walk, getting their hands dirty, experiencing new adventures. They told me they caught crayfish!? Wow! They loved Tie Dye! I don't stop hearing about how much fun they had!"

 



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