March Break Camps in Calgary

Kayla Young February 16, 2023
March Break Camps in Calgary - SavvyMom

Spring Break is quickly approaching for students in Calgary! For kids in CBE schools, Spring Break runs from March 27 – 31, 2023, (Monday – Friday), and for students in Calgary Separate School Division, Spring Break is April 10 – 14 (Monday – Friday). Whether your kids will be looking for fun ways to stay busy, or you need childcare options during the work week, there are plenty of March Break camps in Calgary available across the city for kids with a variety of interests. Be sure to keep track of registration openings, as camps can fill up quickly!

March Break Camps in Calgary

Camps for Kids on the Move

City of Calgary |

Dates/Times: March 27-31 and April 10-14 from 9 am to 4 pm
Ages: 5-12
Cost: $220
Registration: Opens March 14 at 6 a.m. (online waiting room opens at 5:30)

If your kiddo wants an opportunity to try a variety of activities, the City of Calgary’s “Rec Adventures” will be a perfect fit. Games, physical activities, sports, arts, crafts, and outdoor adventures are the focus of these Spring and March Break camps in Calgary. Trips to local parks, special guest visits, swimming and water activities may also take place.

University of Calgary |

Dates/Times: April 11-14 (March 27-31 is full, but waitlist is available) from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm
Ages: Grades 3-5
Cost: $325 (April 11-14)
Registration: Currently open

The University of Calgary is no stranger to putting on action-packed camps for kids through their Mini University. Your third to fifth grader will get to try out a variety of fun activities such as indoor games and sports, arts & crafts, active gaming, Lego building, yoga, racquet sports, gymnastics and more!


Dates/Time: March 27-31; drop off and pickup times vary by location
Ages: 4-11
Cost: $250
Registration: Currently open

YMCA School Break Camps are offered at locations in Calgary. Register your child for the Tenderfoot (4-5 years), Discoverers (6-7 years), Explorers (8-9 years), or Adventurers (10-11 years) option, where they’ll participate in a variety of games and activities appropriate for their developmental age, each of which fosters and encourages physical literacy development, artistic exploration, and lots of opportunities to make new friends.

Higher Level Sports Academy |

Dates/Time: March 27-31, April 3-7, April 10-14 from 8 am – 5 pm
Ages: 5-15
Cost: $175
Registration: Currently open

For kids who are ready to learn the rules and strategies of a variety of sports while meeting new friends and having a blast, check out Higher Level Sports Academy. Their camps are divided into two parts which are skills and drills with a small sided game in the morning, and an afternoon Fun Tourney where kids can show off what they have learned in a structured and safe environment. Players will participate in various sports such as Soccer, Floor Hockey, Handball, Dodge Ball, Ultimate Frisbee, Football, Baseball, Lacrosse, and Kickball.

March Break Camps in Calgary for Kids Who Love a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Theme

Telus Spark |

Dates/Time: March 27-31 and April 10-14 from (9 am to 4 pm (complimentary before and after care is available from 8-9 am and 4-5 pm)
Ages: 5-12, depending on camp availability
Cost: Regular camps $340. Premium camps $390. Daily lunch can be added for $14.50 per day. Spark members receive 10% off camp prices.
Registration: Currently open

Budding scientists will love the camp options offered this spring at Telus Spark. Themes include Funky Physics (7-8 years), Bonding with Buddies (7-8 years), Mars Masters (8-10 years) and Fishing for Science (5-6 years). These hands-on camps involve plenty of building and experimenting, as well as a chance to meet Flint the robo dog, check out Infinity Dome theatre demonstrations, watch live science shows, enjoy outdoor play in the Brainasium and more.

Code Ninjas |

Dates/Time: March 27-31 and April 10-14
Ages: 5-11+
Cost: $279
Registration: Currently open

Is your kid a coding whiz (or has aspirations of becoming one?) Code Ninjas has a variety of camp offerings for kids who just can’t get enough of the world of tech. Whether your child wants to become a YouTuber, is passionate about 3D Design and animation, is obsessed with Lego, Minecraft or Roblox, or wants to make an arcade game of their own, the perfect camp awaits at Code Ninjas! Visit their website to find out more about which camp would be the best fit for your child – the hardest part will be getting them to choose!

Calgary Zoo |

Dates/Time: March 27-31 from 9 am to 4 pm
Ages: 5-12
Cost: $290. Before care is available from 8 – 9 am for an additional $55, and after care is available from 4 – 5 pm for an additional $55. Children with an active Calgary Zoo Engage or Inspire membership on the first day of camp will receive a 10% discount.
Registration: Opens February 8 and closes March 23 at 12 pm

Animal lovers from 5 to 12 will love the camp options being offered by the Calgary Zoo as they discover the natural world through activities, games, crafts, stories, interpretive programs and animal visits. Campers can enroll in one of three groups, dependent on their age: Bongo (Ages 5-6), Sage Grouse (Ages 7-9) or Marmot (Ages 10-12)

YouthLink |

Dates/Time: Drop off 8:45 – 9:00am / Pick up 3:30 – 4:00pm
Ages: 6-9 and 9-12
Cost: $299
Registration: Currently open

Do your kids love a good whodunnit? Are they fascinated by the worlds of forensic science and law enforcement? YouthLink’s Spring Break camps are jam-packed with hands-on activities like real forensic science experiments, team challenges, policing scenarios that build confidence, communication skills and a positive connection with police, and VIP, behind-the-scenes access to the Police Museum and its exhibits.

Camps For Kids Who Love To Get Creative

Quest Theatre |

Dates/Time: March 27-31 and April 10 -14 from 9 am to 4 pm (Drop-off between 8:30 and 9 am; Pick-up between 4 and 4:30 pm, with after care available until 5 pm)
Ages: 8-11
Cost: $350. Aftercare is available for $35
Registration: Currently open

The stage is calling! Quest Theatre’s Spring Break camps give kids aged 8-11 the opportunity to explore the world of live performance with experienced artists who love to share their passion for theatre. Through the experience, campers gain self-esteem, confidence, communication tools, and friends. Kids will also get a chance to get outside and play each day, and the week concludes with the sharing of campers’ theatrical creations.

Green Fools |

Dates/Time: 9:00am to 4:00 pm
Ages: 8-14
Cost: $350+GST
Registration: Closes March 20th at 11:59pm

If you’ve ever felt like you were living in a circus, you won’t want to miss a chance to sign your kids up for Green Fools Spring Break Camp, where they’ll have the chance to experience a variety of circus skills including juggling, diabolo, plate spinning, flower stick, poi, rola-bola, unicycle, tight wire, slack line, stilt walking, simple acrobatics, walking barrels and aerial skills. In addition to circus skills, participants will learn how to make their own juggling balls and other fun crafts related to circus. The camp will wrap up with a circus demo for families on Friday afternoon from 3 to 4pm.

Pinnovate |

Dates/Time: March 27-31 and April 10-14 Half Days (9 am to 12 pm or 1 pm to 4 pm) or Full Days from 9 am to 4 pm
Ages: 5+
Cost: $260 (Half Day) or $420 (Full Day)
Registration: Currently open

For the kid who loves to get crafty, Pinnovate DIY Studio is offering half day and full day options for spring break. Campers will get to create projects including a large wooden Family Birthday calendar, 4-set painting where they will learn 4 different abstract painting techniques, a sketching project, resin crafts, and more.

Lambert Academy |

Dates/Time: March 27-31 and April 10-14 from 10 am to 3 pm
Ages: 9-14
Cost: $495
Registration: Currently open

It’s time to unleash your kids’ inner baker with Lambert Academy! Over the course of the week, campers will practice dessert-making techniques including hands on baking from scratch, torting, sculpting, icing and more. As they bake and decorate cakes and cookies, they’ll learn important skills in the kitchen such as food safety, kitchen etiquette, collaboration and cleaning up after themselves.

Nini’s Cooking Class |

Dates/Time: March 27-31 from 9 am to 4 pm
Ages: 5-15
Cost: $552.50 +GST. Weekly before care available from 8 – 9 am for $75, daily for $15; after care available from 4 – 5 pm for $75, daily for $20. Chef’s uniform (apron, hat and gloves) must also be purchased for $35 unless already owned.
Registration: Currently open

Campers at Nini’s Cooking Class will get to hone in their culinary skills as they learn foundational cooking and baking skills as well as the utilization of kitchen equipment under the supervision of the lead chef instructor. Mini chefs will make global meals with recipes from North America, South America, the Caribbean, Europe, Africa and Asia. Through each recipe, campers will strengthen their skills and understanding as they learn proper knife skills, kitchen hygiene and safety, food presentation and table setting, cooking and baking techniques and more. This program is suitable for beginners and intermediate cooks.

Will your kids be attending spring or March Break camps in Calgary this year? Which one are they excited to try?

Tagged under: ,,,

Category: ,,,

Similar Related Posts:

  • March Break Camps in Ottawa - SavvyMom

    March Break Camps in Ottawa

    If March is creeping up fast and you're in need of a plan, we have great March Break camps in Ottawa and the surrounding areas for you that still have spots.

  • Calgary Spring Break

    2020 Spring Break Camps & Programs in Calgary

    If you're thinking of getting your kids into a spring break camp, now is the time to start planning. Here are some great full-day and partial-day options.

  • Ottawa March Break Camps

    March Break Camp Options in Ottawa

    From art camp to sporty camps to special interest camps, there's something for everyone in the Ottawa area—and space is still available for many.

  • vancouver_march_break

    Spring into This Break

    The spring is truly in the break this year, with no snow in sight. But luckily Vancouver isn't all about the mountains. There are plenty of activities to keep you—and more importantly, the kids—busy when school is out.