Whether you’re looking for day camps or the sleep away variety, the Edmonton area has plenty of great options for kids looking for an awesome way to spend their Summer vacation. Here are our favourites in this Family Fun Edmonton Ultimate Guide to Edmonton and area Summer Camps!
It is Alberta’s premiere writing camp! For 23 years, YouthWrite Summer Camp has been known as the camp for kids who love to write… just about anything! Young writers will learn from talented industry professionals in this one-of-a-kind, immersive and inclusive experience designed to spark creativity and feed the passion for putting pen to paper! For more information, click here!
Why let kids have all the fun? At Camp Warwa Family Camp your whole crew can get in on the adventure that is sleep-away camp! Spend a weekend getting back to nature and enjoying all the activities Camp Warwa has to offer! Sleep in heated bunkhouses with full bathroom facilities and best of all, no cooking – all your meals and snacks are provided! Choose from two great weekend options in May or September! For more information, click here!
Described as “part survival camp, part personal challenge and part journey of self discovery”, Mountain Adventure School is a summer camp unlike any other! Progressive Academy’s Mountain Adventure School offers teens two weeks of epic outdoor adventures mixed with hands-on learning opportunities, practical life certifications and even high school credits! For more information click here!
They’ll enter camp as creative kids and come out as accomplished artists! Summer Art Camps at Canvastone Studio are the perfect way for artistic youngsters to grow creatively, hone their skills and build confidence in their abilities! Choose from morning Painting Camps, afternoon Soapstone Carving Camps, or both! At the end of each week, your young artist will bring home a finished project ready to be displayed with pride! For more information click here!
Whether they love the spotlight or prefer to hone their skills behind the scenes, St. Albert Children’s Theatre Drama Camp offers great options for your fine arts-loving child! There are great camp options for kids aged 3 to 19, and campers 8 and up will work toward a final production their families can enjoy! For more information click here!
Whether you’re looking for your child’s first sleep-away camp experience or you have a teen ready for more adventure like an epic trip to the Rocky Mountains, Lone Prairie Camp has an option for you! For 86 years, Lone Prairie Camp has been been creating faith-filled and memorable camp experiences, while offering parents the peace of mind that their most precious assets are well-looked after. For more information click here!
Set in a natural paradise of parkland along the south shore of Lac Ste. Anne, Camp Warwa is the ideal place for kids to tackle new challenges and experiences in a safe and supported setting where the goal is developing skill and growing confidence. Days are packed with a wide variety of activities, new friendships and great adventures! For more information click here!
Is there anything more quintessentially summer than a day spent on the water reeling in a big catch? The Youths Can Fish 2 organization works to ensure all kids can enjoy the exciting, confidence-building experience that is fishing with their Camp Fishin’ Around. Learn fishing basics and survival skills and make frienships that will last a lifetime through this unique subsidized camp. For more information click here!
Kids will enjoy fitness, friendship, fun, and of course gymnastic skill development, in Salto Gymnastics Jumping Jellybeans and Discovery Camps! Camp days are full of gymnastics in Salto’s amazing facility, outings (including regular trips to the nearby playground and spray park!), field trips, crafts, activities and much more. Each week offers a different theme from Mad Science to the Olympics! For more information click here!
Although we do our best to provide you with accurate information, all event details are subject to change. Please contact the facility to avoid disappointment.