There are many great kids’ camps and programs in Guelph, in the Wellington County of Ontario. This includes camps in downtown Guelph, Two Rivers, St. George’s, Sunny Acres, Grange Hill East, Old University, Centennial, and Junction. Below, we list camps in Guelph, in the Wellington County of Ontario. Click on a camp profile to learn all about it, including its cost, programs, and contact and registration info. Read more
STEM Camp is a weekly summer day camp at more than 50 locations across Canada where youth aged 5-13 engage in fun and amazing activities in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math. 519-475-6600. stemcamp.ca Read more...
The Best Technology summer camp in the region! Your children and friends are super excited about our Lego Robotics, Minecraft Computer Camp, Pokemon Designer, and YouTube camps! In-person and virtual programs available Read more...
Camps in your neighbourhood ! One-week sessions, performances every week. Our experienced, caring staff will introduce your kids to stage performance & guide them toward self-expression. A great confidence-builder ! Read more...
Day Camp, Overnight Camp, Program, Virtual Program
The art camp for teens who are serious about animation and the arts. If your kid needs to make a portfolio for art or design college this is the camp to sign up for. Our students get accepted into top ranked colleges. Read more...
Kids Inc provides a variety of activities - swimming, canoeing, archery, theme days, crafts, LIT, catered lunch option, junior camp and more. Bus service included from Peel, Halton, Orangeville, Guelph Areas and beyond! Read more...
Guelph has many different kinds of camps. Some of these are day camps, while others are overnight camps. These camps offer a wide range of activities and programs for kids and teenagers of different ages.
You’ll also need to consider a variety of practical issues that might affect your family. These include:
Location: How far is the camp from where you live?
Cost: Is it affordable?
Transportation: Will your child be picked up and taken home?
Food: Are any meals or snacks provided?
Childcare: If your child is younger, is before- or after-care provided?
Supervision: Who will look after your child? Are the counsellors/instructors qualified and capable?
Make sure you inquire into these matters carefully. Talk to camp directors, organizers, and other staff directly. It’s important to get all your questions answered to help ensure your child has a great camp experience
Frequently Asked Questions
How many Guelph camps are there? There are 5 Guelph camps that are Our Kids trusted members. In addition, there are 2 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 Guelph camps? Fees for Guelph camps range from $100 to $4,500 per program (program types and lengths vary). Use the filters here to narrow programs by age and type.
What age do Guelph camps start at? There are programs available for children starting at age 3. Family and adult programs are also available.