March Break Camps in Toronto

March Break Camps in Toronto - SavvyMom

Maybe it’s because being back in the swing of things has caused the weeks to fly by, but it really feels like March is creeping up fast. It’s hard to believe that March break is less than a month away (reminder: It’s March 13 to March 17 for public and Catholic boards in Toronto and the rest of the GTA). If March break is creeping up on your family and you’ve suddenly found yourself scrambling for a spring break camp, don’t worry. While yes, many camps are already booked up, we’ve managed to round up a few that, as of the very end of February, still have spaces. But of course, there is no guarantee that those spots will last so if you see something that’s a great match for your child, jump on it!

Please note that unless otherwise noted, the prices listed for March Break camps in Toronto are for a week of full-day camp and those prices don’t take into account taxes, extended care or any additional fees or sibling or any other potential discounts.

Available March Break Camps in Toronto

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. Mornings and afternoons are also available.

Bob Acton March Break Hockey Camp
Ted Reeve Arena

With programming geared towards House League and Select players, Beaches/East End community favourite Bob Acton’s March Break Hockey Camp has morning and afternoon sessions available for players as young as four. BAS hockey camp combines hockey skills and skating drills to provide a great hockey development experience for all players. Full gear required.

Brick Labs
41 Scarsdale Road, Unit 12, Toronto

Built around the theme of “EXPLORE!” this camp gives your kid access to over 100 LEGO sets that they can rearrange to their heart’s content during the daily free-build time. Each day also features, “organized, themed activities to challenge builders’ minds and building skills,” as well as daily outdoor time. These activities are designed for kids ages five to 11. Camps for PA Days and March Break are booked by the day for $100/day.

Various locations across the city

The bad news: Many of the City of Toronto’s CampTO programs are fully booked up. BUT, here’s the good news: Some locations, including St. Lawrence Community Recreation Centre, the Wallace-Emerson Community Centre, and the Earl Bales Community Centre, do have available spots. CampTO offers programming for ages four and up, and also runs Adapted CampTO, “a new creative camp experience that offers outdoor modified active and quiet games, arts and crafts, and nature-based activities for individuals with a special need or a disability.” Pricing starts at $143 for Toronto residents.

Great Big Theatre Company

  • Richview United Church, 149 Wellesworth Dr., Toronto
  • St John’s Anglican Church York Mills, 19 Don Ridge Dr.
  • Melville Presbyterian Church, 70 Old Kingston Rd., Toronto
  • Harmony United Church, 268 Marlborough St., Brantford
  • St John’s Anglican Church, 2464 Dundas St., Burlington
  • Meadowvale Community Church, 2630 Inlake Ct., Mississauga
  • St. John’s United Church, 262 Randall St., Oakville
  • Richmond Hill United Church, 10201 Yonge St., Richmond Hill
  • St. Marks United Church, 201 Centre St. S., Whitby

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 nine locations across Toronto and the GTA and is designed for kids ages six to 14. One week of camp runs $305.

Pawsitively Pets
125 Brentcliffe Rd. & 95 Lavinia Ave., Toronto

Animal-loving kids will love Pawsitively Pets’ hands-on camps that focuses 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. 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.

The Second City
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 fundamentals of improv…” as well as learn such skills as comedy writing, stand-up comedy, and even clowning. They’ll also get to check out The Second City’s new downtown home. One week at The Second City spring break camp costs $600 and is intended for kids ages seven to 11.

183 Carlaw Ave., Toronto

At Sprouts, every day has a different fun theme like Magic Monday and Time Travel Thursday. 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 $429 for the week.

T-Dot Tumblers
1980 St Clair Ave. W, Toronto

Registration for this popular gymnastics studio doesn’t open until March 1 so if you’re lucky, you can still grab a spot for your cartwheel-loving kid. This camp is set up to give you a half-day option or a two-camps-in-one option. The morning, which is open to kids aged four and up, is comprised of three hours of all Olympic events with T-Dot’s NCCP-certified coaches. Then the afternoon portion is all about arts, crafts, and games. The fee for just the morning portion is $275 a week (plus a $40 annual insurance fee for new members) while the afternoon portion runs $195.

Toronto Athletics Camp (TAC Sports)
Various locations across the city

Burn your child’s energy off at a TAC Sports camp. A wide range of locations are available, and themes include basketball, swimming/water safety, and adventure camp, which features a mix of activities. TAC also offers a few non-sporty options for March Break camps in Toronto, including LEGO robotics and computer coding. Camps are available for children as young as three-and-a-half and covers kids up to and including 12 years old. Pricing for full-day camp starts at $419 and half-day options are available for certain camp themes.

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