NOTL Camp 

In conjunction with recent recovery announcements, and in recognition of the importance of  programming for parents who are returning to work, the Town is pleased to announce the continuation of its Winter Break Camp and March Break  Camp day camp program. While camp will look and run quite different than previous years, Staff are excited to welcome campers back to a fun-filled summer camp schedule for children ages 6-12. Our camp strives to provide children with a safe and inclusive camp experience in which they can meet new friends and participate in a variety of activities, including cooperative games, sports, arts & crafts, science experiments, and outdoor adventures. 

How to Register Online for Camp: 


Winter Camp Details

Contact: 905-468-4386 /

Our Winter Break camps offer something for everyone - games, sports, arts and crafts, themed activity days and more!  We would love for your child(ren) to join us for wintery fun in December.   Winter Camp is held at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Community Centre.

  • Camp Runs Monday – Wednesday, December 21, 22, 23 and December 28, 29, 30 from 9 AM – 4 PM  
  • Before and aftercare available from 7 AM – 9 AM and 4 PM – 6 PM (additional cost required)   

  • **Maximum of 15 campers per cohert**

  • Ages 6 – 12 

  • Campers are required to bring their own lunch, snacks, water bottles, and a mask. Masks are not required to be worn all of the time however, should physical distancing be a challenge, campers will be requested to put on their mask.  


  • $96.00 per 3-day week  

  • $5 per day – Before & After Care (7am – 9am & 4pm – 6pm) 


March Break Camp Details

Contact:  905-468-4386 /

Thinking about what to do for the kids during the March Break?  Wy not register them for the March Break Camp at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Community Centre.  Kids will enjoy a variety of fun, interactive and cooperative activities each day including theme days, group games, gym activities, crafts, skating trips and more.

*More information coming in January 2021 as current CO(VID-19 guidelines may change.  Please check our website for updates.

The health and safety of campers and staff are of utmost importance. Camp activities will be modified to ensure appropriate physical distancing measures are maintained. Camp Staff will also be diligent in ensuring enhanced cleaning measures are adhered to.  

Ministry of Health – COVID-19 Guidance: Summer Camp Days
COVID-19: Precautions When Working in Day Camps  

All information is subject to change based on Provincial regulation and changes to Emergency Orders.  

Click to register online:  

Camp Registration:

All changes and cancellations must be submitted in writing at least one week prior to the camp start date.  Cancellations will be accepted with a 10% administration charge.  If the Town has to cancel camp for any reason, (i.e. due to weather) a full refund will be issued.

Camp FAQs:
COVID Update: There will be changes to how we operate camp and more details to follow.

Q: What should my camper bring to camp?
A: Please send your campers to camp with the following items: Refillable water bottle, running shoes, two snacks, and lunch. Please label all items being brought to camp. Please do not bring stuffed animals, toys, or electronics.

Q: Are lunches and snacks provided?
A: Lunches and snacks are not provided. Campers are required to bring their own healthy lunches and snacks. We are very active throughout the day and it is important that campers are well-nourished. Please note that we are a nut-free camp.

Q: Is there a Before and After Care program?
A: There is a Before and After Care program in place for campers whose parents/guardians need to drop them off early or pick them up late. The cost is $5.00/day. Before Care runs from 7:00-8:45 am and After Care runs from 4:15-6:00 pm. 

Q: Do campers have to physical distance from one another?
A: Campers do have to practice physical distancing between cohorts (no cohort is able to interact with each other), however within their cohort they are able to interact with physical distancing in mind (some games have been changed to reflect this). Camp Staff sanitize all objects often and require campers to wash their hands frequently.  

Typical Day at Camp:

7 a.m. - Before Care Starts
9 a.m. - Camp Starts
9 - 9:45 a.m. - Ice breaker games in the Auditorium
9:45 - 10:30 a.m. - Arts & crafts / other activities
10:30 - 10:45 a.m. Snack
10:45 - Noon - Outdoor games
Noon - 12:30 - Lunch
12:30 - 4:00 - Sports and Games
4 - 6:00 p.m. - After Care

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