Top Sudbury Summer Camps for 2024/2025

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Looking for a camp in Sudbury? Find camps serving neighbourhoods like Flour Mill, Bell Park, South End, West End, Donovan, Gatchell, and Copper Cliff. Among these summer camps, you'll be able to choose between day camps and overnight camps. Click on the Sudbury camps below to learn more about each, including its location, cost, session dates, and programs. Under the list, learn more about camp. Read more

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    Camp STEAM 

    Kingston; North Bay; Orleans; Sault Ste Marie; Sudbury

    • Education: STEAM
    • Day Camp

    Camp STEAM offers coding, technology, robotics and animation camps. Campers will execute large-scale projects teaching them how perspectives from all STEAM disciplines can be used to solve a problem in a unique way. Read more

    • Ages 5 to 14
    • Coed
    • from $180
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    YMCA John Island Camp and YMCA NEO Summer Day Camps  

    Manitoulin Island; North Bay; Sudbury

    • Traditional (multi activity)
    • Overnight Camp, Virtual Program 
    • Ages 6 to 16
    • Coed
    • from $750
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    The variety of Sudbury camps

    Sudbury camps offer a lot of variety in both  day camps and overnight camps. Find your favourite activity listed below and find camps focused on that activity (at the top of linked lists) or including it in their activities (further below). 

    Sudbury education camps and programs

    Camp also includes many educational programs, like science camps, coding camps, and debating camps. Whether you need tutoring help or want to dive deeper into your favourite subject, academic or otherwise, find your favourite in the lis below and find a Sudbury kids’ camp teaching that.



    Sudbury tech camps and programs

    Find your favourite type of technology or platfrom listed below and find Sudbury camps focused on that.



    Sudbury arts camps and programs

    You can also find arts programs in Sudbury, focused on creative activities like drama or dance, etc. What’s your favourite art form? Find it in the list below and find camps focused on that. 

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    Five reasons parents send kids to summer camp

    It’s common for both kids and parents to feel some reluctance about committing to camp that first time. Here is a look at five major benefits kids and families gain from summer camp. 

    1. A Sudbury summer camp gives kids free range to explore a variety of interests or try some new activities. Summer camp gives kids an array of activities they will enjoy. It’s a testing ground in which they can find or develop passions. It can be the place where they discover lifelong vocations and avocations. 

    2. Summer camp gives kids an edge in the growth of social and interpersonal skills. Introverted kids find themselves in situations where they speak up. They gain confidence in camp’s fun, free setting. Kids face many situations where they must interact with others, and learn skills like collaboration and cooperation. Counsellors are trained to deal with bullying, and many kids look back on camp as a uniquely supportive environment in which they blossomed. Learn more about how kids develop interpersonal skills

    3. Camp is a veritable engine for the development of independence and responsibility. Kids are responsible for looking after their stuff, while being considerate of others. Away from the shadow of parents and more familiar surroundings, they must make decisions on their own—and deal with the consequences. Learn more about how kids develop responsibility

    4. Camp encourages kids to get active, outdoors, and embrace their physical literacy. They play sports and activities they never knew existed. Swimming and hiking are part and parcel of many camps. The group setting and freeform environment makes all camp activities fun. Kids embrace a love of physical activity that they will carry throughout their lives. 

    5. Camp teaches them values of compassion, empathy, and generosity. It deepens their spirituality. It’s a supportive environment where kids and teens make diverse new friends, develop self-confidence, and learn about themselves and different cultures, values, and beliefs.

    Camp can help kids develop both hard and soft skills that will last them a lifetime. Every child should have the summer camp experience.

    Choosing a Sudbury camp

    What's right for your child? That will depend on your child's age, personality, interests, talents, and more. Be sure to include your child in the decision process, as their needs and interests will differ from yours and may be different from what you expect. Researching options closely will often result in both of you changing your mind. offers a number of important tools to help you find the best camp:

    1. Give first priority to your child’s interests and needs. Camp should offer them the activities they most enjoy or would most benefit from.  You can use the filters above to sort camps based on type, cost, age, etc. 

    2. Take a close look at the camp’s safety and security measures. You can go to the camp links above, and ask whatever question you like. Ask about safety protocols like police checks on staff, and what type of first aid is available at camp. You should also make sure the camp is properly licensed and insured. Some camps in Sudbury may be available at the summer camp expo held every year in February. 

    3. Evaluate the camp’s reputation. Camps listed on our site include reviews from both campers and parents. We also offer our own review of the camp, focusing on what makes each camp unique. If you still want more, you can ask the camp if any parents are willing to talk to you to share their experience.


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    How many Sudbury Summer Camps are there?
    There are 2 Sudbury Summer Camps that are Our Kids trusted members. 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 Sudbury Summer Camps?
    Fees for Sudbury Summer Camps range from $180 to $6,000 per program (program types and lengths vary). Use the filters here to narrow programs by age and type.

    What age do Sudbury Summer Camps start at?
    There are programs available for children aged 5 through 16.

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