You will find some great camps in Edmonton, Alberta. This includes camps in downtown Edmonton, Sherwood Park, St. Albert, Beaumont, Ridgewood, Strathcona, Westmount, Garneau, Glenora, Allendale, Cloverdale, and Dovercourt. It also includes the surrounding areas of Red Deer, White Court, Lloydminster, and St. Paul. Click on Edmonton area camps below to learn all about session dates, costs and more. Register your child today! Read more
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...
Calgary, St Albert, Edmonton, Sherwood Park, Spruce Grove, Airdrie, Okotoks
Sport: CyclingPedalheads Bike, Swim and SportPedalheads 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. Calgary, St Albert, Edmonton, Sherwood Park, Spruce Grove, Airdrie, Okotoks Day camp, Program Coed
Traditional (multi activity) Venture Academy Summer Program for Troubled TeensSupportive & therapeutic environment for struggling students. Assessment, educational support, life skills and outdoor activities. Earn school credit, acquire skills & stay safe! Red Deer, Overnight camp Girls, Boys
Traditional (multi activity) Lone Prairie CampOffers onsite and offsite (hiking and backpacking) camping for ages 6 to 17, along with a weekend family camp. Ferintosh, Alberta Overnight camp, Family camp Coed
Types of Edmonton camps
Edmonton is home to many summer camps. This includes day and overnight camps.
These camps offer a wide range of programs. Below, find some of the main options.
No matter what your child’s age, interests, and abilities, you’re sure to find a camp that’s a good fit. You can find Edmonton camps here on OurKids.net, and filter them using a wide range of criteria on our advanced search. You can also read their in-depth profiles.
Make sure you research prospective camps carefully. It’s a good idea to visit those on your shortlist. You’ll also want to speak to camp directors and staff. Ask them any questions you have, both about the camp itself, and any specific issues affecting your child.