Parent Information

Camp Hours & Contact

Supervision is offered between 8:00 am and 5:30 pm. Camp program starts at 9:00 am and runs until 4:00 pm. 

The summer camp office is located in multipurpose room A (MPR A). Call 705-742-0050 x 2214 to reach camp staff, or call the reception at extension 2201 on PA Day, Holiday & March break camps. 

Drop Off & Pick-Up

Caregivers are required to check-in with camp staff each morning and evening. If an alternative adult will be collecting your child, that adult must be listed on the child's form. If a child does not arrive at camp, staff will follow-up with caregivers. If your child will be absent please advise camp staff in advance, or before 9:00 am 

What to Bring

Please bring a daily nut-free lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, running shoes, sunscreen and hate (or appropriate outdoor weather clothing), swim gear, and a smile! Please leave all nuts and nut products, personal toys, electronic devices and valuables at home. All personal items should be labeled with first name and last initial. The centre is not responsible for lost or stolen items.


Personal Health & Information forms are required for each child registered in a day camp program and are due one week prior to camp start. ​Forms are available at the Centre, or you can download the Youth Personal Information Form. Please note that camp staff cannot administer prescribed medications without parent or guardian consent. 

Swim Screening

Mandatory aquatic evaluation of each camper's swimming ability is performed by the Cent'res staff at the beginning of each camp. Wrist bands, water wings, or life jackets may be assigned depending upon a camper's screening results.


Programming, supervision, and implementation of our programs is provided by certified and trained staff whose experience and leadership skills provide a rewarding camp experience for children in a healthy and safe environment. Student volunteers and LIT Candidates also contribute support to camp activities.

Special Needs Campers

If your child has special needs (physical, cognitive, behavioural, etc.) a one-to-one support adult should be provided to asisst your child daily at camp. Please contact the Program Coordinator at 705-742-0050 x 2206 before registering your child to discuss your child's needs. 

Behaviour at Camp

Campers are expected to behave appropriately while in the care of the program and these expectations are in place to ensure all campers are permitted the opportunity to appreciate a positive and rewarding camp experience.