Top Delta BC Camps for 2024/2025

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Find Delta, BC kids’ camps listed below. Links lead to full info about each camp’s or program’s cost, locations, activities, and more. We include camps in Tsawwassen, Westham Island, and Tilbury Island. Below the list, discover more about types of camps, along with other advice. Read more

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    Pedalheads Bike, Swim and Sport 

    Throughout British Columbia (40)

    • Sport: Cycling
    • Day Camp, Program

    Pedalheads offers bike, swim, and trail programs to families across Canada. Pedalheads helps kids develop life skills, confidence, and independence through fun, safe, and engaging instruction. Read more

    • Ages 2 to 12
    • Coed
    • from $199
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    Camp Qwanoes 

    Vancouver Island

    • Traditional (multi activity)
    • Overnight Camp, Virtual Program

    Camp Qwanoes is a youth-focused high adventure Christian residential camp that exists to love kids to life like no other. Summer camps for ages 8-18 and leadership programs starting at age 15. Over 75 activities. Read more

    • Ages 8 to 18
    • Coed
    • from $693
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    Types of March break and summer camps in Delta

    March break and summer camps in Delta are either traditional or specialized. Traditional camps offer a fun, varied experience that introduces kids to a wide variety of activities. Below, links go to our advanced search. Lists there offer camps focused on that activity at the top, while below those, you’ll find camps offering that activity.

    Delta sports camps

    This Greater Vancouver borough is home to a diverse selection of sports camps. Kids and teens practice skills in warm-ups and drills before putting them to the test in games and tournaments. They improve endurance, coordination, and body strength, while having fun! Find the best sports activity for your child in the list below.

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    Education camps in Delta

    Kids and teens experience academic growth at Delta’s learning camps. Some education camps focus on traditional subjects like math, science, writing, and debate. Others focus on subjects like leadership, empowerment, or entrepreneurship. Learning is fun through hands-on activities, workshops, and projects. Find your favourite subject in the list below, and find camps focused on that specialty.

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    Technology camps in Delta

    Young innovators dive deeper into their love of technology, gadgets, coding, and games at tech camps. Guided by instructors, kids and teens complete projects and assignments in engineering, programming, robotics, and more. Find your favourite technology activities in the list below and discover local camps focused on that.

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    Arts camps in Delta

    Arts camps in Delta give kids and teens time to create and collaborate, and exercise their artistic abilities. Listings feature many camps with performance or visual arts focuses. In performance arts, kids and teens take centre stage, learning more about stage presence, acting, dance, music performance, and more. Visual arts camps challenge kids’ aesthetic literacy, as they learn about visual storytelling. Find your favourite arts below and find camps focused on that.


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    Special needs camps in Delta

    Kids and teens with special needs find accommodation at Delta camps. Motor, learning, and developmental disabilities are supported by trained leaders. Kids with disabilities work and play in a safe and supportive environment that opens up new experiences for them. Find a camp for your child that supports the exceptional needs listed below.



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    Camps just outside of Delta

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    The benefits of camp at a glance

    Attending camp is a great way for kids and teens to recognize their potential and experience personal growth. Here are some benefits of sending your child to camp this season:

    Learn about difference and diversity. At camp, your child meets kids from across the city, far beyond their neighbourhood. They become friends with children of different cultures, ethnicities, orientations, and abilities, and gain a better understanding of the diversity of their city and world.  They learn to appreciate a broader spectrum of people, and become supportive allies. The diverse environment of camp increases children’s comfort with themselves, as they discover more in common with others.

    Continued education. Camps give kids academic stimulation outside of school. Fun activities, projects, and games offer kids and teens unique challenges that enhance problem solving, logical reasoning, and critical thinking skills. Delta summer camps give kids mental stimulation away from school. 

    Build healthy routines. Summer camps and March break camps give kids and teens a structured schedule. They learn new lessons in time management and building a healthy routine. Camp time is typically divided between play, meals, and rest. Children are able to apply this routine in their own lives, as they divide their time between school work, chores, meals, and other activities. Camp also introduces new hobbies and activities that kids might incorporate into their lives. This could include something simple like drawing, or more advanced like cooking. Camp rejuvenates children’s ideas about routine and encourages them to take control of balancing their lives.

    Find a sense of accomplishment. At camp, kids are encouraged to set goals and meet each one, feeling productive and confident. This helps improve children’s self-esteem, and teaches them responsibility and independence. It provides them with validation.

    Selecting the Best Camp For Your Child

    Delta, BC summer camps and year round camps have much to offer youth. When choosing among options, you’ll need to consider basic type differences like day and overnight. Delta day camps feature exciting activities like mountain biking, archery, and rock climbing. Camps satisfy a thirst for adventure, and introduce kids to independent work. Introverted kids benefit from day camps’ challenge to grow social skills while granting them solitude later. 

    In your research, you’ll find camps for all ages. While some camps are available for strict age ranges, others combine kids and teens. Younger campers participate in beginner lessons that feature small games and activities with maximum supervision and larger camper-to-leader ratios. Older campers typically learn more advanced skills, approach challenges independently and even assume leadership roles. 

    Questions to ask camps

    Of course you’ll consider age range, price, location, and accommodations, but make a detailed wishlist with each element clearly defined. Be sure to ask questions. Contact camps linked to above, armed with questions like the following:

    • What specific activities are available at this camp? How are schedules divided? 
    • What is the capacity for this camp? When does enrollment finish?
    • How many camp leaders are employed for camp? Are police checks conducted prior to camp? Are leaders certified in First Aid, CPR, or lifeguard training?
    • Do camp leaders have training in all activities at camp?
    • Can you provide an example of how you have dealt with bad behaviour at camp? 
    • What safety precautions do you have in place in the case of an injury or other emergency?
    • Is before and after care provided at this camp? 
    • Does this camp offer support for children with needs? What needs can you accommodate? Are leaders trained for this prior to camp?
    • Can you provide testimonials from previous families?
    • What equipment is provided for? What must families bring?

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How many Delta BC Camps are there?
    There are 1 Delta BC Camps that are Our Kids trusted members. In addition, there are 1 options that bus from the area. Use the filters to narrow options by age or type, then click on each organization to read reviews, browse program schedules, and access registration details.

    What are the fees to attend Delta BC Camps?
    Fees for Delta BC Camps range from $199 to $783 per program (program types and lengths vary). Use the filters here to narrow programs by age and type.

    What age do Delta BC Camps start at?
    There are programs available for children aged 2 through 18.

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