Don’t Miss Out on These Awesome SUMMER CAMPS In Metro Vancouver

Summer Camp Guide - Family Fun VancouverMetro Vancouver may have the reputation of being a last-minute-city. But that’s definitely NOT the case when it comes to signing up for Summer Camps. Families do their research early and grab spots for the kids before Spring has even arrived. Summer is the perfect time for your kids to try something new: a new sport, art form, or adventure. Sure we all need to figure out a way to keep the offspring busy during July & August, so why not make the experience enjoyable for everyone? Family Fun Vancouver has sourced fantastic summer camps happening across Metro Vancouver & the Lower Mainland (from Whistler to Hope and even Vancouver Island). We are adding more camps to this list on a regular basis. (If you run a summer camp and want to be part of our Summer Camp Guide, please send an email to lindsay@familyfuncanada.com)


Burrard Yacht Club Summer CampBurrard Yacht Club Summer Sailing Camps

Kids seem naturally drawn to the water. They love to dig in a sandy beach, frolic in the waves, and swim for hours. Why not give your child an even more amazing experience and get them out on the water? The Burrard Yacht Club Summer Sailing Camps get kids aged 8 – 16 years out on the water for a week at a time. Sailing instruction is provided in a fun, safe and inclusive manner. The Canadian Yachting Association certification is available upon successful completion of the program. For more information, click here.


Summer Camps at Grouse MountainGrouse Mountain Adventure Day Camps

Soar to the Peak of Vancouver and connect with nature, build life-long friendships, and try new adventures…this is what your child can expect when they participate in a Grouse Mountain Adventure Day Camp. The camps are for kids & youth aged 3 – 16 years and are dialled into what kids find interesting: adventure, survival, photography, hiking, zip lining and more. Whether you are looking for a one-day experience or a week-long immersion, the Grouse Mountain Adventure Day Camps can accommodate almost any scheduling need. For more information, click here.


Camp QwanoesCamp Qwanoes

Set right on the water in a secluded spot just 5km north of Duncan on Vancouver Island, Camp Qwanoes exposes campers to wakeboarding, ocean kayak frenzies, mountain boarding and water tottering. Every year new delights are added to the summer camp experience. For 2019, campers are going to flip over the new boat house! They’ll enjoy 360 degree view of the beach from the new sun deck and relish the ease of launching kayaks from the floating hub. But that’s not all! Kids who love a physical challenge won’t be able to get enough of The Eliminator. The inflatable requires kids to demonstrate both balance and skillful timing. It’s a battle to the end. Will your kid be the last one standing? For more information, click here.


Canlan Sports Summer Camps 2019Canlan Ice Sports Summer Camps

Canlan Ice Sports wants kids to avoid summer-time boredom by getting onto the ice, filling their days with action-packed summer camps, learning new skills and making new friends. Not only will your pint-sized hockey lover spend their week working on hockey conditioning skills, they will be learning off-ice games & skill training as well. Summer camps are offered in North Vancouver (Canlan Ice Sports North Shore), Burnaby (Burnaby 8 Rinks), and Langley (Langley Twin Rinks). For more information, click here.


Pedalheads Summer CampsPedalheads: Bike, Swim, Sport!

Fresh air, physical activity, and the opportunity to learn or hone skills? That sounds like the perfect summer camp to us! With Pedalheads Summer Camps your kid can bike, swim, or play sports. The half-day or full-day camp options – plus before and after camp care – make Pedalheads Summer Camps the BEST plan for your kid’s athletic-infused summer time fun. For more information, click here.


Mt Seymour's Eco-Adventure Summer CampsMt Seymour Eco-Adventure Summer Camps

Mt Seymour’s Eco-Adventure Summer Camps incorporate fun, education, self-awareness, skill development, and meaningful connections to the environment for kids aged 5 – 14 years. The day-long camps have kids outside every day, no matter the weather! A HUGE bonus of participating in the Mt Seymour Summer Camps is that every child who registers received a 2019/20 season pass! Yup, a year of skiing for just signing up for the summer camp. For more information, click here.

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