Canterbury Hills Day and Residential Camp Programs

Due to COVID-19, all 2020 summer camps have been cancelled. Please see the website for more information.

Offers summer camp programs with activities including archery, campfires, camp-outs, climbing wall, co-operative games, crafts, creek walks, drama, environmental studies, hiking, orienteering, ropes course, spirituality, swimming, sports, and water games. Also offers March Break camp.

Day camp (ages 6-10) is a small-group program, with lunch and snacks provided and Thursday night sleepover for campers 7+ years old. Overnight/residential campers (ages 7-14) sleep in log cabins in groups of 8, supervised by 2 staff in an adjoining room.

Other camps available:

Adventure Camp (ages 13-15) - travelling, off-site adventure, where campers discover the triumphs and thrills of wilderness camping, hiking, rock climbing and canoeing.

Alumni Camp (ages 18+) - for those with with a past connection to, or a desire to increase their connection to Canterbury Hills, without any duties except relaxing and enjoying the magic of camp.

Family Camp - a chance for the whole family to enjoy the sites, sounds and adventures of Canterbury Hills.

509 Lion's Club Rd
Dundas, ON
L9H 5E3
Hours: Day Camp: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm * Extended Care: 8am-6pm
Dates: Jul-Aug
Phone: Office: 905-648-2712 * Camp: 905-648-6337 (May-Aug)
Toll Free: 1-800-463-3193

Eligibility

Age 6 years to 15 years; Day camp: age 6-10; Overnight camp: age 7-15; Children with Special Needs: eligibility set through Reach for the Rainbow program (416-503-0088)

Application

Contact camp to register

Fees

Program; Financial assistance available

Accessibility

Fully Accessible; One-to-one support is available through Reach for the Rainbow (416-503-0088) for additional fee

Languages

English

Primary Contact Person

Emily Lloyd, Camp Director

Areas Served

Hamilton (City of)

Agency Type

Non Profit