March Break Camps in Toronto

March Break Camps in Toronto - SavvyMom

If you’re scrambling for March Break camps in Toronto for your kids, this list is for you! While some popular options such as the Royal Ontario Museum are full, there are still plenty of choices out there that are sure to fill your kid’s March Break with fun and friendship.

Below we round up some of those options. Please note that unless otherwise stated, the prices listed for the following camps are for a week of full-day camp and those prices don’t include taxes, extended care, any additional fees, or sibling or any other potential discounts. And just in case you’re wondering, March Break is March 11 through 15 for TDSB and TCDSB students, while some private schools are off from March 18 through 22.

Available March Break Camps in Toronto


March 11-15 & March 18-March 22
Various locations across the city

If your child would flourish in an environment packed with painting, crafting, and all kinds of creating, 4Cats’ art-focused March Break camps in Toronto would likely be a great fit for them. This camp will give your child access to professional-grade art supplies and experienced instruction that will result in them creating multiple take-home masterpieces. Classes are intended for kids six to 12 and pricing is $529 for one child for five days or $129 for one day. Half days in the morning for $89 are also available.

Bob Acton March Break Hockey Camp

March 11-15
Ted Reeve Arena, 175 Main St., Toronto

Future NHL stars, and kids who just love to hit the puck, will have a great time at this east-end camp, which is available for children as young as four. Three different skill levels are available, and all campers will have access to two on-ice sessions daily, in addition to dryland training, other sport activities, and an exciting camp scrimmage. There’s also a pizza party on Friday. Single days can be booked at the cost of $125 or book the whole week for $550. Please note that your child will need to supply all necessary gear.

Brick Labs

March 11-March 15 &; March 18-March 22
41 Scarsdale Road, Unit 12, Toronto

With its hour-in/hour-out (HIHO) schedule, this camp will have your kids spending an hour inside playing with LEGO and then an hour outside, being active. The theme for March 11 to 15 is Amusement Park Engineers, during which “…Builders will engage with amazing engineering concepts, then build and apply them creatively to create rides and attractions for their own fair.” The following week’s theme is Robots that Teach, and participants will create remarkably coded robots. Book your kids in for a full week at $500 or enroll them for a day at $100.


March 11-15
Various locations across the city

The bad news: Most of the City of Toronto’s CampTO programs are fully booked up for March break. But here’s the good news: Some locations, including the Thistletown Community Centre (25 Albion Rd.), the Carmine Stefano Community Centre (3100 Weston Rd.), and the Pelmo Park Community Centre (171 Pellatt Ave.), do have a few spots left. But act fast if you want them! CampTO offers programming for ages four to 16, and runs Adapted CampTO, for kids with an AIS membership. Pricing starts at $98 for Toronto residents.

Great Big Theatre Company

March 11-15
Various locations across Southern Ontario

Over five days, your child will learn what it takes to put on a full-fledged play that they will participate in during the end-of-week performance. And yes, there will be costumes and fun set pieces. Great Big Theatre Company’s March break program takes place in 14 locations across Toronto and southern Ontario, and is designed for kids ages six to 14. One week of camp runs for $395.

Oak Learners

March 11-15
394 Royal York Rd., & 3003B Lake Shore Blvd. W., Toronto

West End families who are looking for a local camp for their kids who are four to 11 may want to check out the fun offered at the two locations of this private school. Each day offers a different theme, like Junior Scientists and Animals & Arts, and will include yoga, music, and a daily outdoor adventure trip. Each day also includes a healthy snack. One week of programming costs $375.

Pawsitively Pets

March 11-15 & March 18-22
125 Brentcliffe Rd., Toronto; Unit 200, 94 Laird Ave., Toronto & Swansea Town Hall, 95 Lavinia Ave., Toronto

Animal-loving kids will love Pawsitively Pets’ hands-on camps that focus on learning about our furry friends. While specific themes vary depending on the campers’ age, all of them feature some quality time with live animals (think creatures such as tortoises, bunnies, and guinea pigs). Depending on the location, camps are available for kids ages four to 11, and they run $385 for the week, with single-day options available for $82.50 per day.

Rooks to Cooks

March 11-15
Various Locations

Here’s a camp suggestion that we think you’ll especially appreciate! At Rooks to Cooks, your child will learn “kitchen safety, fundamental cooking and baking techniques, proper knife skills, and the value of teamwork in the kitchen” while learning how to make such delicious dishes as banana foster blondies and maple dijon glazed salmon with couscous salad. Rooks to Cooks offers three locations in Toronto (High Park, Playter Estates, and Etobicoke) and one in Richmond Hill. This tasty experience costs $695 for the week and all young chiefs require a Rooks to Cook uniform, which costs $35.

The Second City

March 11-15
1 York St., Toronto

Need to channel your goofball of a child’s energy into something more productive than driving you up the wall? Then sign them up for The Second City’s March Break camp. There, campers will “…explore the freedom of movement and self-expression…” as well as learn such skills as comedy writing, stand-up comedy, and even clowning. One week at The Second City spring break camp costs $600 and is intended for kids ages seven to 11.


March 11-15
183 Carlaw Ave., Toronto

At Sprouts, every day has a different fun theme like Amazing Race Tuesday and Ninja/Parkour Friday. Campers will also get plenty of fresh air as they explore the various parks and playgrounds of Leslieville. Sprouts is aimed at the younger set, but attendees must be at least four to attend camp, which runs $439 for the week. You can also book camp for just the day, at $95 a visit.

T-Dot Tumblers

March 11-15
1980 St Clair Ave. W., Toronto

Kids can jump into fun at this gymnastics and trampoline-focused camp, which also includes time for crafts and non-gymnastics games. Campers, who can be as young as four, are organized by age and level and all participants in the full-time camp receive four to four-and-half hours of instruction time in Olympic events each day with T-Dot Tumblers’ NCCP certified coaches. All full-time campers will also receive a progress report at the end of the week. That full-time camp runs $455 while the morning half-day program costs $295 (note that all camps also include a $40 annual insurance fee for new members).

TAC Sports

March 11-15 & March 18-March 22
Various Locations

While TAC Sports is best known for its athletic offerings, its five locations in and around Toronto offer everything from swimming to soccer to computer coding. While a few camps are full, there are still some great options available. They include Adventure Camp for kids ages three-and-a-half to six at Havergal College (1451 Avenue Rd., Toronto); Multi-Sport for kids ages seven to 12 at De La Salle College (131 Farnham Ave., Toronto); and Lego Robotics Camp for kids seven to 12 at TFS – Canada's International School (306 Lawrence Ave. E., Toronto). Pricing varies by camp, but rates for a week-long camp start at $419. Some options are also available by the day, starting at around $100.


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