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  • Type:
    Day camp
  • Focus:
    Traditional (multi activity)
  • Cost:
    $285 to $590/week
  • Ages:
    6 to 17
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  • Summary Profile

    About Toronto Met Day Camps

    Toronto Metropolitan University has offered safe and fun day camp experiences since 1984. We welcome campers age 6 - 17 to Toronto Met's beautiful downtown campus for a program that is renowned for high-quality instruction and caring camp staff. Our camp programs are organized into three branches: Sport Camps, Discovery Camps, and Leadership Programs. Our Sport Camps aim to foster positive associations with sport and physical activity, building fundamental sport skills in a fun and supportive environment. Our Discovery Camps connect curious campers with the best our university has to offer, from architecture to science. Our Leadership programs prepare youth to be leaders in the classroom, on a team, or as a future Camp Counsellor.

    • Special needs: Yes, mild support. A few of our campers have special needs.
    • LGBTQ+ friendly community

    COVID-19 Response 

    At Toronto Met Day Camps, the well-being of our campers and staff is our top priority. Our camp is committed to following the most up-to-date Ministry of Health guidance on providing safe programming to children & youth.

    By adhering to these requirements, we can protect our campers and focus on what camp is all about: having fun!

    View recent COVID-19 updates from Toronto Met Day Camps

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  • Programs, Rates & Dates

    Programs and Sessions Calendar

    Choose the right programs and sessions for your child; Toronto Met Day Camps currently has 16 programs available.

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    Filmmaking|CIT/LIT Program|Leadership Training|Public Speaking|Architecture|Engineering|Basketball|Flag Football|Gaga|Soccer|Volleyball|Ping Pong|Sports-Instructional and Training|Ultimate Frisbee|Swimming|Yoga
    Basketball|Dodgeball|Flag Football|Gaga|Soccer|Squash|Volleyball|Ping Pong|Sports-Instructional and Training|Ultimate Frisbee|Swimming|Yoga
    Strength and Conditioning|Basketball|Dodgeball|Soccer|Volleyball|Sports-Instructional and Training|Ultimate Frisbee|Swimming|Yoga
    Arts & Crafts|Painting|Technology|Architecture|Badminton |Basketball|Flag Football|Gaga|Soccer|Volleyball|Sports-Instructional and Training|Swimming|Yoga
    Filmmaking|CIT/LIT Program|Leadership Training|Public Speaking|Architecture|Engineering|Basketball|Flag Football|Gaga|Soccer|Volleyball|Ping Pong|Sports-Instructional and Training|Ultimate Frisbee|Swimming|Yoga
    Animation|Technology|Animals|Engineering|Health Science|Medical Science|Space|Zoology|STEM|Basketball|Flag Football|Gaga|Soccer|Volleyball|Ping Pong|Ultimate Frisbee|Swimming|Yoga
    Acting (Film & TV)|Set and Costume Design|Storytelling|Arts & Crafts|Filmmaking|Photography|Videography|Technology|Badminton |Basketball|Flag Football|Gaga|Soccer|Volleyball|Gymnastics|Ping Pong|Ultimate Frisbee|Swimming|Yoga
    Arts & Crafts|Photography|Videography|Animation|Technology|Instructor lead (group)|LEGO|Badminton |Basketball|Gaga|Soccer|Volleyball|Football|Ping Pong|Sports-Instructional and Training|Swimming|Yoga
    Day Camp
    Ages: 10 - 14
    Computer (multi), Technology
    $425 to $475
    3D Design|Animation|Technology|Basketball|Flag Football|Gaga|Soccer|Ping Pong|Ultimate Frisbee|Swimming|Yoga
    Basketball|Dodgeball|Soccer|Hockey|Sports-Instructional and Training
    Nutrition|Strength and Conditioning|Volleyball|Sports-Instructional and Training
    Day Camp
    Ages: 12 - 15
    Robotics, Technology
    $540 to $590
    Arduino|Robotics|Technology|Basketball|Flag Football|Gaga|Soccer|Volleyball|Ping Pong|Ultimate Frisbee|Swimming|Yoga
    Nutrition|Strength and Conditioning|Volleyball|Sports-Instructional and Training
    Nutrition|Strength and Conditioning|Hockey|Sports-Instructional and Training
    Nutrition|Strength and Conditioning|Volleyball|Sports-Instructional and Training
    Nutrition|Strength and Conditioning|Volleyball|Sports-Instructional and Training

    Financial Aid & Payment Details

    Payment Options:

    Credit card payment Yes
    Maximum installments available 4


    Discount if paid early $50
  • Insider Reviews & Perspectives

    The Our Kids review of Toronto Met Day Camps

    our take

    There are some distinct benefits to camps run, as this one is, by a world-class educational institution. The resources are rich and ample in ways that, understandably, other kinds of camps could never replicate. Science sessions are held in world-class, fully equipped lab settings; sports are conducted in professional-grade facilities. That's true of all offerings, which are varied and unique. There are News Academy camps, where kids learn about journalism while participating within a professional news gathering and broadcasting setting. There’s a bit of imagination to it all—kids who dream of being on camera news readers, for example, will be living the dream—but not much, given that, well, it’s all real and it’s all happening, with real equipment. For the right kids, it's literally a dream come true. Less obvious at first glance, but equally true, is that camps are run by staff who are at the same level, and who are themselves looking to careers in the areas that they teach within, if not having already achieved that. The location is a draw, to be sure, in the heart of the city and easily accessible by public transit. The camps have been run since 1984, and are administered with expertise and experience.

    Editor's Review

    Three Things: Toronto Met Day Camps

    Hear the three things that Our Kids’ editors see when they look at Toronto Met Day Camps

    Questions for the Director

    • 00:37 - What is unique about your camp?
    • 00:59 - What type of child is successful at your camp?
    • 01:38 - Is the schedule structured or is it more open?
    • 02:23 - How do your staff deal with behavioural issues?
    • 03:15 - What do campers value most at the camp?
    • 03:39 - What message do you have for new campers?
    • show more

    Insider's Perspective: Parent

    • 00:27 - What's unique about the program at Toronto Met Day Camps that made you want to enroll your child there?
    • 02:20 - Was this your child's first experience with camp?
    • 05:15 - Was there any change or noticeable personal growth that you saw in your child after his time at camp?
    • 07:02 - How can you as a parent support your child to get the most out of this camp?
    • 10:47 - What does your child say about the camp, either to you or that you may have heard them say to friends?
    • 11:50 - Final thoughts?
    • show more

  • Location & Site Details


    Bay Street Corridor, Toronto
    350 Victoria St - KHW 277, Toronto, Ontario, M5B2K3
    Bay Street Corridor, Toronto
    Mattamy Athletic Centre, 50 Carlton Street, Toronto, M5B 1J2


    Washrooms Facilities

    • Flush Toilets
    • Showers (indoor)

    Are meals provided? Yes

    Is Toronto Met Day Camps technology free? We would prefer that cell phones not be brought to camp, however we also understand that they can be an important communication tool for you and your child. Please know that if you are sending your child to camp with a cell phone, we cannot be held responsible for any loss, theft, or damage that may occur. Please also remind your camper that cell phones are not to be used during camp program time, and that we reserve the right to confiscate a cell phone for the remainder of a day if its use is distracting or disruptive.

    Property Details

    Sports facilities

    • Basketball Court
    • Gymnasium
    • Ice Rink
    • Swimming Pool


    • Open Field

    More details about property: The Toronto Metropolitan University campus sits on a 21-acre site in the heart of downtown Toronto. TMU has reshaped the downtown core of Toronto with three new buildings: the Mattamy Athletic Centre at the Gardens, the Toronto Metropolitan Image Centre in the heart of campus, and a Student Learning Centre on Yonge Street. The campus is a safe, clean, modern, and attractive space. Most of its facilities are nestled to the north-east of the Yonge Street and Dundas Street East intersection. Toronto Met Day Camp programs centre around two main facilities: the Recreation & Athletic Centre (RAC), located on the main campus, and the Mattamy Athletic Centre (MAC), located on the site of the former Maple Leaf Gardens on Carlton Street and just a five minute walk north of the RAC. All Toronto Met Day Camp facilities meet and exceed the high standards of the Ontario Camps Association, as well as the standards of local Health and Fire Departments. Ryerson facilities are maintained in excellent condition, allowing campers to participate safely in programming of all sorts.

    Rentals & Services

    Available for private rentals: Yes
    Space rentals are available at Kerr Hall Gym, the Recreation & Athletic Centre, and Mattamy Athletic Centre. For more info, visit:


    Ontario Camps Association Associations

  • What's New

    Director's Message

    Matt Edmonds, Camps Coordinator
    B.Sc., B.Ed., Camp Kid Since 1995

    Welcome to Toronto Met Day Camps!

    Since 1984, we have offered an outstanding Camp program to families from Toronto, throughout the Greater Toronto Area, and around the world. Our Day Camp program is renowned for its high-quality instruction, and caring and experienced camp staff.

    As an accredited member of the Ontario Camps Association, we are proud to offer programs that are almost as limitless as the interests of our campers. Our Multi-Sport program has been a summer tradition for thousands of campers over the years. Our high performance sport camps offer budding athletes opportunities to develop their skills in basketball, hockey, volleyball, or soccer. And our Eureka, Architecture, and Design-a-Bot programs allow participants to learn from some of the most inspired minds at Toronto Metropolitan University.

    Toronto Met Day Camps staff are highly trained university graduates and students, coaches, professors, University staff, and athletes. Many of our Camp staff members were themselves campers at Toronto Met Day Camps. Each staff member is committed to making a meaningful and lasting contribution to our campers.

    On behalf of our entire team, I look forward to welcoming you and your family to the Toronto Met community. We can’t wait to see you at Camp!

    In the News

    October 2, 2019
    Rams Care making a difference close to home

    Ryerson's Department of Athletics and Recreation has always believed its responsibility to cultivate human potential through sport.... Read More

    October 2, 2019
    Ryerson Day Camps a part of summer in downtown since 1984

    Ryerson Day Camps celebrate their 35th anniversary this summer.... Read More


    • I'm Sure They Will be Back Next Year!

      “I just wanted to say thank you to you and your wonderful staff and volunteers. My children attended the Multi-Sport and Multi-Fun Camp last week and had a fabulous time. This was (my son’s) first day camp experience and he loved it! They were sad to leave. I’m sure they will be back next year!”

    • Full Marks for Camp!

      “Another awesome summer camp – you have a done a fantastic job. This is the second time (my daughter) attended the Eureka Camp, and she gave your camp full mark! She keeps talking about how much fun it was and how friendly the teacher was. A great experience, and we will be back for sure. Next year her brother will also attend!”

    • My Daughter's Counsellor

      “I wanted to write you to let you know that my kids had a very positive experience at sports camp. I really appreciate all that the counsellors and organizers have done to make this such a positive experience for the kids.

      I can’t say enough about (my daughter’s) counsellor, and how great she is. (My daughter) thought so highly of her counsellor that she asked if she could be her public school teacher this September for Grade 5!”

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Does Toronto Met Day Camps have good reviews?
    We interviewed families about their experience with Toronto Met Day Camps. Watch the video here.

    What types of programs does Toronto Met Day Camps offer?
    Toronto Met Day Camps runs: day camps. Programming specializes in: CIT/LIT Program, Traditional (multi activity) , Basketball, Architecture, Science (multi), Engineering, Filmmaking, Computer (multi), Technology, Hockey, Volleyball, Robotics. Browse the program calendar for rates and dates.

    What age does Toronto Met Day Camps start?
    Toronto Met Day Camps has programs for children aged 6 to 17.

    How much does is cost to attend Toronto Met Day Camps?
    Fees to attend Toronto Met Day Camps range from $285 to $590/week.

    Does Toronto Met Day Camps offer support for children with special needs?
    Toronto Met Day Camps offers some mild support for children with special needs. Please contact the director to discuss your needs.

    Does Toronto Met Day Camps offer busing?
    No, Toronto Met Day Camps does not offer transportation.

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