There are many great kids’ camps and programs in Windsor, Ontario. This includes camps in Central and East Windsor and Windsor Essex County. You’ll also find Windsor-area camps in the nearby Chatham Kent County, as well as the areas of Tecumseh, Lakeshore, Harrow, LaSalle, Amherstburg, Essex, Kingsville, Leamington, Stony Point, North Buxton, South Buxton, and Merlin. These camps offer a wide range of programs for kids of all ages. Below, we list camps in Windsor, Ontario. Click on a camp to learn all about it, including its cost, programs, and session dates. You can also click through to the camp’s website and register your child today. 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...
Ages 5 to 13
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The YMCA of Southwestern Ontario offers two amazing overnight camps for campers aged 5-16 - YMCA Camp Queen Elizabeth (CQE) in Georgian Bay Islands National Park and YMCA Camp Henry in Point Pelee National Park. Read more...
Montreal, Laval and West Island's #1 Lifestyle Summer day camp! We blend fun, education & specialty training in arts, academics and sports! Weekly program for kids ages 3 - 15! Registration is open in November for 2020! Read more...
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Located on our beautiful 60-acre lakeside campus in southwest Oakville, Appleby Summer Programs offer day camp, overnight (NEW) enrichment, leadership and credit program options for campers and students ages 4-17. Read more...
Windsor is home to several different types of camps. Some of these are summer camps, while others offer year-round programming. You should try to find a camp that’s a good fit for your child, and that reflects his or her interests
Overnight camps: Going to a sleepover camp can be a great way for your child to learn independence and responsibility, and expand their horizons. These camps are also great fun! Most camps offer weekly, biweekly, monthly, and other options.
Choosing a Windsor camp
There are many factors to consider in choosing the right camp or program for your child. You’re child’s age, interests, personality, and strengths and weaknesses are crucial points to consider in finding the right fit.
You should look closely into any prospective camps and consider your family’s priorities. How much does the camp cost? Where is it located? Do its sessions’ times and durations fit with your schedule? Does the camp offer busing? If your child is younger, does the camp offer before- and after-care?
Frequently Asked Questions
How many Windsor camps are there? There are 3 Windsor 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 Windsor camps? Fees for Windsor camps range from $150 to $4,000 per program (program types and lengths vary). Use the filters here to narrow programs by age and type.
What age do Windsor camps start at? There are programs available for children aged 3 through 17.