Are you looking for a summer camp for your kids this summer? Look no further! Niagara Families’ Summer Camp Guide is filled with lots of great listings of Summer Camps in Niagara for all ages. Sports camps, art camps, gymnastics camps, science camps, and outdoor camps – no matter what you choose, your kids will learn new skills, make new friends, gain independence, and have fun outdoors!
Featured Summer Camps in Niagara:
Ball’s Falls Summer Camp (Ages 6-11)
3159 Sixth Avenue, Lincoln, ON
905-562-5235 ext. 22
Join the fun at Ball’s Falls Conservation Area this summer as children ages 6 – 11 are invited join us for single days, or a whole week of Summer Adventure Day Camp. Explore the forest, discover our heritage, learn outdoor survival skills, conduct environmental science experiments, roast marshmallows over a campfire, and so much more. Each day, campers will get to experience the elements and explore the great outdoors, play outdoor inclusive games, create crafts and experiments to take home, and spend their summer days in the wild.
Aspire Gymnastics Summer Camp (Ages 4-14)
183 South Service Road # 3, Grimsby, ON
Aspire Gymnastics is a fun gymnastics club providing lessons for children wanting to learn and develop gymnastics skills. Aspire Gymnastics’ goal is for children to learn in a fun and positive environment whilst developing their confidence and enthusiasm for the sport. Summer Camp will include different activities each day, with lots of gymnastics, games, crafts, parachute, air track, team activities and much more!
Centauri Arts Summer Camp (Ages 8-18)
6727 S Chippawa Rd, Wellandport, ON
Summer camp includes: Fun Games, Team Building, Outdoor Games, Arts and Crafts, Music Workshops, Trips to the Park, Talent Show, Tour of Music Studio Rock Camp and Build a Guitar Workshop.
Royal City Soccer Club’s Summer Camps (Ages 5-13)
St. Catharines and Niagara Falls
The Royal City Soccer Club is the #1 grassroots soccer day camps in Canada. Our program is designed to promote personal development, team building and of course, FUN! The camp program is uniquely designed to offer a soccer focus in the morning and a leisure swim with other organized camp activities in the afternoons. All boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 13 are encouraged to register for full day, morning or afternoon sessions. Campers receive a personal soccer ball, tshirt, medal and much more.
Gymnastics Energy Summer Camp (Ages 3-12)
333 Ontario St, St. Catharines, ON
Gymnastics Energy offers a fun Summer Camp with games, crafts, structured gymnastics time, and free time in the gym.
Carousel Players Summer Theatre School (Ages 5-13)
Carousel Players Summer Theatre School is excited to share many creative opportunities in drama for children in Niagara! The talented arts educators leading the camps are theatre professionals who have carefully crafted the sessions. Their goal is to foster children’s love of creativity in a safe and supportive environment, with expert artistic leadership. See you on stage!
City of Welland Summer Day Camp (Ages 4-12)
Diamond Trail Public School and Welland Arena
The City of Welland Summer Day Camp provides an affordable way for your children to enjoy all that summer has to offer. Our summer camp has a reputation for offering creative, fun and inclusive child care programming for children ages 4 to 12. Our exciting program includes swimming at least three times per week, a weekly off-site trip to a fun location and an assortment of interesting special guests. Our unique activities, qualified staff, low child to staff ratios and convenient hours make the City of Welland Summer Day Camp your number one choice for summer fun.
The Club at White Oaks – two different camps (Ages 8 – 12)
253 Taylor Road, Niagara-on-the-Lake
At White Oaks we are proud to offer two different styles of kids summer camps! For your sporty athlete, the kids interested in learning racquet sports, we have our Kids Sport Camp! For your kids interested in arts, leadership skills, wellness we have our LEAD camp! Maybe your child can benefit from trying them both.
More Summer Camps in Niagara:
Autism Ontario: Niagara Region Chapter Summer Camp (Ages 5+)
A program that welcomes all individuals with autism spectrum disorder.
Location: Welland, Niagara Falls, and St. Catharines
Breanne Rourke Voice Studio (Ages 6-11)
Singing and songwriting camps.
Location: St. Catharines
Boys & Girls Club of Niagara (Kindergarten – age 12)
Activities: Games, indoor/outdoor recreational sports, arts and crafts.
Location: Niagara Falls, Fort Erie, St. Catharines
Phone: 905-871-2592 (Fort Erie); 905-357-2444 (Niagara Falls); 905-937-1072 (St. Catharines)
The Bridge Summer Arts Camp (ages 5-15)
A series of day camps to engage youth in the arts and social justice issues.
Location: The Hub, 4333 Queen St., Niagara Falls
Brock Badgers Sports Camp (Ages 6+)
Many different sports camps offered, including basketball, soccer, fencing, golf, diving, and cheerleading.
Location: Brock University, 1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way, St. Catharines
Phone: 905-688-5550 ext. 6233 or ext. 3384
Brock University Rodman Hall Art Camp (Ages 6-12)
Introduction to new materials, artists and themes in a fun and creative environment.
Location: Rodman Hall, 109 St Paul Crescent, St. Catharines
Phone: 905 688 5550 x 5803
Brock Youth University (Grades 2-11)
Explore, take risks, share, learn and develop key 21st century skills.
Location: Brock University, 1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way, St. Catharines
Phone: 905-688-5550 x3120
Club Jump Summer Camp (Ages 4+)
Location: 247 Bunting Road, Units 5&6 St. Catharines, ON
The Creative Space (Ages 4+)
Drama, crafts and activities.
Location: 339 Scott St., St. Catharines
The Dance Centre Performing Arts Camp (Ages 5 – 13)
Improvisation, acting styles and techniques, vocal training, stage movement, dance and singing.
Location: 520 North Service Rd, Grimsby
District School Board of Niagara Summer Heat (Kindergarten to Gr. 4)
Highly engaging science-based activities that build literacy and numeracy skills. For DSBN students only.
Locations: Check here for locations
Eagle Valley Golf Summer Camp
Instruction on the practice facility as well as a final day game on the golf course.
Location: 2334 St. Paul Avenue, Niagara Falls
Elite Soccer Development (Ages 6-14+)
Summer soccer camp for girls and boys.
Location: Lancaster Park – 31 Wood St, St. Catharines
Expressions Dance Company (Ages 3-12)
Location: 4438 Ontario Street, Beamsville
Great Big Theatre Company (Ages 4-14)
Acting, movement, visual arts, games, and play writing.
Location: 515 Scott St., St. Catharines
Harmony Yoga and Music Studio (Ages 4-6)
Music, games, crafts, instruments, and sing-alongs.
Location: 369 Glendale Ave., St. Catharines
Heartland Forest Summer Adventure Camp (Ages 5+)
Outdoor nature camp.
Location: 8215 Heartland Forest Road, Niagara Falls
Phone: 905-356-7384 ext 108
I CAN-T.E.R. (Ages 4-13)
Farm Safety, Gardening, Horse related activities, nature, crafts and so much more!
Location: 1234 House Rd., RR #1, Ridgeway
Laurie Ewart’s Danceworks Summer Camps (Ages 4-10)
Dance camp, make props and costumes.
Location: 7000 Oakwood Dr, Niagara Falls
Links for Greener Learning (Ages 4-14)
Educational, hands-on workshops and activities.
Location: 360 Niagara St., St. Catharines
Nature School Summer Camp (Ages 4-12)
Outdoor nature camp.
Location: Camp Wetaskawin, St. Catharines
Niagara Academy of Tennis
Will introduce your child to different sports in a fun and structured setting.
Location: 3373 First Avenue, Vineland
Niagara Falls Art Gallery (Ages 4-14)
(Niagara Children’s Museum and Art Gallery of Welland)
Art and games.
Location: 8058 Oakwood Drive, Niagara Falls, Knox Presbyterian Church, 53 Church St., St. Catharines, Central United Church, 12 Young St., Welland
Niagara Falls Community Health Centre (Grade 4-8)
Cooking, games, and outings.
Location: 4790 Victoria Ave., Niagara Falls
Niagara Pumphouse (Ages 5-12))
Drawings, painting, sculptures and more.
Location: 247 Ricardo St., NOTL
Niagara Rock Academy
Workshops and private instruction in a creative and fun environment.
Location: 3820 Main Street, Niagara Falls
Niagara Sport Social (Grades 4-9)
Location: 8 Gale Cres., St. Catharines
Variety of activities and field trips.
Location: 6642 St. Thomas More Dr., Niagara Falls
Real Canadian Superstore (Ages 6-11)
Location: 411 Louth Street, St. Catharines or 361 South Service Road, Grimsby
Phone: 905-984-8408 (St. Catharines) or 905-309-3911 (Grimsby)
Red Roof Retreat (Ages 5-16)
Swimming, crafts, and therapeutic gym activities for youth with special needs.
Location: The Niagara Children’s Centre and The Ranch
Ridley College Summer Programs (Ages 4-15)
MultiSport Camp, Robotics, Scientist, Rowing, CSI Ridley, Debate, Creative Writing, and Yoga.
Location: 2 Ridley Road, St.Catharines
Phone: 905-684-1889 Ext. 2351
Royal Oak Community School (Ages 4-12)
Outdoor education with sports, games, and STEM-based activities.
Location: 176 Wellington St., NOTL
Safari Niagara Summer Day Camp (Ages 6-12)
Campers are guaranteed to meet new friends, make cool things, and engage in animal and nature-oriented programs.
Location: 2821 Stevensville Road, Stevensville
Fundamental skills of cheerleading.
Location: 296 Collier Rd., Thorold
Trampoline fun, exercise, and games.
Location: 333 Ontario St., St. Catharines
S.L.A.M Summer Camp
Learning camp for children with a diagnosed or suspected learning disability/ADHD.
Location: 366 St. Paul St., St. Catharines
Tigers Athletics Summer Camp
Location: 94 Dunkirk Rd #5, St. Catharines
Town of Pelham Summer Camp (Ages 4-12)
Campers will participate in traditional games, activities, swimming and sports.
Location: Meridian Community Centre, 100 Meridian Way, Fonthill
Wendy Learn School of Dance (Ages 3-10)
Location: 4680 Queen Street, Niagara Falls
Yellow Door Theatre Company (Ages 9-16)
Location: 504 Line 2 Rd, Niagara-on-the-Lake
Young Athletes Hockey
Youth Rowing School (Ages 10-17)
Location: Martindale Pond
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