March Break Camps in Niagara

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Featured March Break Camps:



The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority March Break Camp (Ages 6-11)

Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority

Ball’s Falls Conservation Area, 3292 Sixth Avenue, Lincoln, ON
905-562-5235 ext. 22


The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority day camps at Ball’s Falls gets your children outdoors exploring, learning about biodiversity, and the environment, as well as exploring the history of the site. We provide hands-on environmental and historical based programs for March Break, and Summer Camp. New activities are added every year. Typical days include hikes, games, crafts, and discovering the wonders that our park holds!



Club Jump March Break Camp (Ages 4& Up)


247 Bunting Road Units 5 & 6, St. Catharines



Club Jump camps will consist of a variety of physical activities such as fitness, gymnastics, ninja warrior, Zipline, dodgeball and games. There will also be arts and crafts, quiet time, circle time with games, and some free time.



Youth University March Break Camp (Grades 2 through 8)


1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way St. Catharines




Each day is filled with skill development workshops, outdoor adventure and swimming at the Brock University pool. Afternoons will be spent outdoors enjoying the beautiful Brock University campus – hiking, building shelters or roasting marshmallows around a campfire.



Tigers Cheerleading March Break Camp (Ages 4& Up)


94 Dunkirk Rd #5, St. Catharines



Join Tigers Cheerleading for a fun filled week! Learn and perfect cheerleading skills; from stunting, to jumping, to tumbling and dancing. We will be working on it all! The week will also include other activities such as games, stretching, and crafts. Tigers Cheerleading camp is a great way to meet new friends, learn new skills, promote healthy living and most importantly have lots of fun! See you this March Break!



Creative Writing March Break Camp (Ages 9-14)


Junior Creative Writers



This camp explores creative writing for kids ages 11-14. We’ll tackle different types of creative writing (blogging, poetry, short stories), how to find your ‘writer’s voice’, where to get ideas, and how to get braver about sharing your work with other people. Don’t worry, you won’t ever have to share unless you want to! We’ll break up the day with some physical activity and outdoor time (weather permitting), and students will have an opportunity to work one-on-one on any materials that they would like.



Other March Break Camps:


Aspire Gymnastics (Ages 4-14)
Gymnastics camp.
Location: 183 South Service Road # 3, Grimsby

Ball Hockey Athletic Centre 
Sports, games, and activities.
Location: 16 Melbourne Ave., St. Catharines

Boys and Girls Club of Niagara (Ages Kindergarten-12)
Games, indoor/outdoor recreational sports, arts and crafts.
Location: Fort Erie, Niagara Falls, St. Catharines

Brock University Sports School (Ages 6-13)
Games, sports, game sessions and swimming.
Location: Brock University, St. Catharines

Caber-Eh Youth Theatre (Ages 5-18)
Games, crafts and learning about Musical Theatre.
Location: Old Pelham Town Hall, 491 Canboro Rd., Ridgeville

Chapel Street Designs (Ages 8-12)
Art and design.
Location: 46B Front Street South, Thorold

Creekside Estate Winery
Make, bake, and take some St. Patrick’s Day goodies.
Location: Creekside Estate Winery, 2170 Fourth Ave, Jordan

Futbol Niagara (Ages 8-16)
Focus on Futsal skills, drills and games.
Location: Power Glen School, 34 Westland St, St. Catharines

Grandview Farms Horse Camp
Horseback riding camp.
Location: 570 Highway 20, Fenwick

Grimsby Public Art Gallery (Ages 5-12)
Painting, print making, clay, book arts.
Location:  Grimsby Public Art Gallery, 18 Carnegie Lane

Gymnastics Energy (Ages 4+)
Gymnastics camp.
Location: 333 Ontario St, Unit A5, St. Catharines

Harmony Yoga and Music (Ages 4-6)
Music camp.
Location: 369 Glendale Ave., St. Catharines

Heartland Forest (Ages 6-12)
Outdoor adventure camp.
Location: 8215 Heartland Forest Rd, Niagara Falls

Nature School and Education Centre
Outdoor education camp.
Location: Northend St. Catharines

Niagara Falls Art Gallery/ Niagara Children’s Museum (Ages 3.5-14)
Painting, sculpture, crafts.
Location: 8058 Oakwood Drive, Niagara Falls, or 150 Glendale Ave., St. Catharines, or  12 Young St., Welland

Niagara Falls Community Health Centre (Grades 4-8)
Cooking, fun games, outings, and physical activity.
Location: 4790 Victoria Ave., Niagara Falls

NOTL Community Centre (Ages 6-12)
Games, sports, arts and crafts.
Location: 14 Anderson Lane, NOTL

Niagara Orchard Community Church (Ages JK-Gr 6)
Crafts, singing, and dancing.
Location: 5720 Dorchester Rd., Niagara Falls

Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre (Ages 5-12)
Art, culture & heritage themed activities.
Location: 43 Castlereagh St., NOTL

Niagara Safety Village (Ages 7-10)
Wildlife, art and nature.
Location: 100 Niagara College Blvd., Welland

Rodman Hall Art Camp (ages 6 to 8 & 9 to 12)
Explore painting, drawing, sculpture.
Location: 109 St. Paul Crescent, St. Catharines

Thorold Community Activities Group (Ages 4-11)
Arts and Crafts, Active Games, Indoor and Outdoor Activities
Location: 131 Richmond Street, Thorold

Town of Grimsby March Break Camp (Ages 5-13)
Games, crafts, group activities, outdoor fun, and a few special trips.
Location: Nelles Public School, Grimsby

Town of Pelham (Ages 4-12)
Variety of activities.
Location: Pelham Arena: 1120 Haist Street, Fonthill

Underdogs Boxing Club (Ages 5-12)
Boxing and art.
Location: 17 Secord Dr., St. Catharines

Welland Centennial Cougars
Cheerleading camp.
Location: Centennial Secondary School, Welland

YMCA (Ages 5-12)
Explorers camp, aquatics camp, Mad Science camp.
Locations: St. Catharines, Niagara Falls, West Niagara, Welland, Fort Erie, Port Colborne




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