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Toronto may be known as a sprawling metropolis but there are a ton of awesome outdoor adventures to be had, both within and just outside the city.
Toronto summer camps are can give way to unforgettable fun and a great learning experience for any child from six up to 17 years old. They’re valuable for parents, too, as they can rejoice in giving their kids the best opportunities to grow and enjoy some time for themselves. Bus.com takes the safety of all campers seriously, providing a comfortable and safe ride.
Bus.com has a full selection of chauffeured buses from school buses to coach buses. Summer camps can select which one best fits the distance of their drive and the size of their average group.
Harbourfront Centre Camps are the best choice for creative Toronto kids. The Harbourfront Centre is a charity and non-profit organization that has connected campers to contemporary arts, culture, and ideas since 1979. In an inclusive and safe community of aspiring artists like themselves, creative kids learn about inspiration and self-expression and pick up essential skills to carry out their projects. There are a variety of programs, and some of them include the entire family.
AGO Art Camp is a day art camp in the Art Gallery of Ontario. One and two-week camps suit kids 5-13 and foster self-expression through play and exploration. Classes use a variety of techniques and materials, with professional artists helping kids find their own way. There are a few classic camp activities, too, including outdoor recreation in nearby historic Grange Park.
What Harbourfront and AGO are for arts, Evolve Camps is for action sports. Evolve is a network of Canadian action sports camps for kids 6-15. These camps are an ultimate destination for board sports, biking, adventure, and travel experiences for the campers, staying on top of the evolution of the sport. Skateboarding, skiing, snowboarding, scootering, mountain biking, and more programs range from beginners to advanced, and all are provided under the care of qualified instructors.
Technology and science camps are the most numerous camps in Toronto, as expected from this modern metropolis. Canada Learning Code has summer technology camps for kids of 6-12 years old interested in building new tech products. The STEAM Project teaches scientific and design thinking via hands-on experiences. STEM Camp is a not-for-profit day summer camp for children aged 5 to 13, teaching science, math, and engineering in 10 locations across the GTA area.
Camp White Pine presents its concept as “home away from home.” Kindness and acceptance are the main values taught here. The camp prides itself on “staying the same in the changing world,” and offers a rustic, classic camp experience. Technology is prohibited, and the campers’ experience is based on “cabins”: designated groups that remain together through all activities to foster friendships and teamwork.
Camp Wenonah is a classic summer camp where 5-17 years old kids and youth learn to achieve their goals while having fun and playing. It is located two hours by bus from Toronto, east of Bracebridge in the Muskoka region. The camp has over one hundred acres of stunning natural forests, with over twenty of them being pristine wilderness. The location attracts families from across the world — each year, the campers community welcomes kids from over 20 countries.
Muskoka Woods boasts its prime lakefront on Lake Rosseau in Muskoka. This summer camp also has an excellent selection of facilities, including giant water slides, a 1000 foot zipline, a water park, a boathouse with waterski and wakeboarding, a high ropes course, media arts, and a safe swimming lessons setup. Muskoka Woods offers over 60 summer arts and athletic summer camp activities.