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2021 Summer Camps

Please note: 2021 Summer Camp programming is subject to change based upon both local and provincial health directives. Location, programming and activities are subject to change. For further information e-mail: recreation@kawarthalakes.ca or call 705-324-9411 extension 1307

We are looking forward to the return of our Day Camp programming for the summer of 2021!

Our Summer Camps will incorporate COVID-19 directives as outlined by both Provincial and local health authorities. COVID-19 specific safety protocols will be put in place to ensure the safety of all participants. Protocols will include, but are not limited to; mask wearing, physical distancing, decreased Camp sizes, daily health screening processes, additional cleaning measures and modified programming.

2021 Camp programming will be open for Campers ages 4 to 13 years of age (Campers must have turned the age of 4 before December 31, 2020).

We will not be offering single day enrollment in 2021, all Campers will be required to register for the full week.

2021 Summer Camps will operate July 5 through August 27. Camps will not operate on Statutory Holidays.

Registration for Summer Camps is now open through our Online Program Registration website

Download a copy of the 2021 Summer Camps brochure.

Alternate formats of the document are available upon request. Contact recreation@kawarthalakes.ca or call 705-324-9411 extension 1220 to learn more.

2021 Summer Camp Information

Camp Dates

2021 Summer Camps will run on a weekly basis from July 5 to August 27.

Camps will not operate on Statutory Holidays.

Day registrations are not being accepted for 2021. All children must register for a full week of Camp.

Please note: 2021 Summer Camp programming is subject to change based upon both local and provincial health directives. Location, programming and activities are subject to change. For further information e-mail: recreation@kawarthalakes.ca or call 705-324-9411 extension 1307

Camp Location

All Camps will be based out of the Lindsay Recreation Complex.

Address: 133 Adelaide Street South, Lindsay.

Lindsay Recreation Complex

Please note: 2021 Summer Camp programming is subject to change based upon both local and provincial health directives. Location, programming and activities are subject to change. For further information e-mail: recreation@kawarthalakes.ca or call 705-324-9411 extension 1307

COVID-19 Camp Guidelines

We are committed to providing a safe experience for all Campers and Camp Staff. Our Camps will adhere to specific COVID-19 guidelines as outlined by both Provincial and local health authorities.

Mandatory Daily COVID-19 Screening

Parents/Guardians will be required to complete the COVID-19 School and Childcare Screening Online Form and submit the results by e-mail each day prior to their child attending Camp.

Parents/Guardians must show that they have completed the COVID-19 Screening Online Form at drop-off each morning by showing Camp Staff either a screenshot of the green check mark 'passed' screen or by showing a copy of the results saying 'PASSED'.

How to Complete the Screening Form:

The COVID-19 School and Childcare Screening Online Form can be completed online at: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/school-screening/

Once all questions have been completed, click on the e-mail results button and e-mail your results to: recreation@kawarthalakes.ca with your child's name as the subject line.

Screenings must be completed daily. Failure to submit a completed mandatory screening Form may result in your child being unable to attend Camp.

For questions regarding Daily COVID-19 Screenings e-mail the Summer Camp Coordinator or call 705-324-9411 extension 1307.

COVID-19 Camp Policies

Safety is our number one priority for all Campers, Staff and Volunteers. We continue to work closely with the local Health Unit to ensure our Camp programming adheres to all local COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions.

  • All children must wear a face mask while attending Camp.
  • The COVID-19 Online Screening Form must be completed each day before your child is dropped off at Camp;
  • Parents/Guardians will be required to show the completed screening results to Camp Staff at drop-off each day;
  • Each child will be given individual supplies for the week to minimize the sharing and frequency of touching objects as much as possible.
  • Cleaning and disinfecting of facilities will be done at a minimum of 2 times per day, with frequently touched areas being sanitized constantly throughout the day.
  • The age of our Campers will be between the ages of 4 and 13 years old. All children who are 4 years old must have been born in 2016. This is to ensure our participants are completely toilet trained and understand the need to wear a mask and physically distance.
  • Our Camps will not be participating in Public Skating and Public Swimming times. Our Camps will have their own time for use of these facilities privately to participate in skating and swimming activities. There will be no skating or swimming until Step 3 of the Provincial Reopening plan.
  • All children will be grouped in cohorts at the start of each week. Each cohort will have their own space and separate eating areas. Camp Leaders and Volunteers will be assigned to a specific cohort for the week at Camp.
  • Drop-off and pick-up will take place outdoors, outside the building whenever possible.
  • Frequent hand washing and sanitizing daily for all Campers, staff and equipment.
  • Campers will be encouraged to maintain a physical distance of 6 feet or 2 metres from other Campers, Camp Leaders, Volunteers and Staff at all times.
  • Children should not attend Camp if they or anyone in their household is feeling unwell or experiencing any COVID symptoms.
  • Safety is our number one priority, activities and games will be planned with participant safety in mind.

Please note, COVID-19 Policies and protocols are subject to change based on direction provided at any time by local and provincial health authorities.

For questions regarding our Camp COVID-19 Policies, please contact our Summer Camp Coordinator by e-mail or call 705-324-9411 extension 1307.

Illness while at Camp

Children should not attend Camp if they, or any members of their household are experiencing any signs of illness. All Campers must successfully pass the daily COVID-19 Screening Form in order to attend Camp.

Children will be monitored throughout the day by Camp Leaders and Staff. Children who are ill will not be allowed to attend the program.

If a child develops symptoms while at Camp, Parents/Guardians will be notified and the child will need to be picked up immediately. While waiting to be picked up, the child will placed in a area to isolate until pick-up.

If any members of the Camper's household are also attending Camp, they will also be sent home.

Our Camp follows the local Health Unit directives relating to illness and COVID-19 procedures.

Please note: Camp guidelines are subject to change based on direction provided at any time by local and Provincial health authorities. For further information e-mail the Summer Camp Coordinator or call 705-324-9411 extension 1307.

2021 Summer Camps

We are pleased to offer a variety of Camps this summer to suit a variety of ages and interests.

Not sure which Camp experience is best suited for your child? We would be happy to assist and answer any questions you may have, e-mail the Summer Camp Coordinator or call 705-324-9411 extension 1307.

Please note: 2021 Summer Camp programming is subject to change based upon both local and provincial health directives. Location, programming and activities are subject to change. For further information e-mail: recreation@kawarthalakes.ca or call 705-324-9411 extension 1307

Little Explorers Camp (Ages 4 and 5)

Our Little Explorers Camp will introduce younger children to the Summer Camp experience. Little Explorers will participate in a variety of active games, arts and crafts, and outdoor fun!

Little Explorers Camp is open to children 4 or 5 years of age. Please note, 4 year olds must have been born in 2016.

This Camp will be offered weekly beginning Monday July 5, 2021.

Download the Little Explorers 2021 Camp Schedule

Register Here

Junior Explorers Camp (Ages 6 and 7)

Our Junior Explorers Camp will introduce children to the Summer Camp experience. Junior Explorers will participate in age-appropriate games, arts and crafts, sports and outdoor fun, in addition to having the opportunity to ice skate each week (when available).

Junior Explorers Camp is open to children 6 or 7 years of age.

This Camp will be offered weekly beginning Monday July 5, 2021.

Download the Junior Explorers 2021 Camp Schedule

Register Here

Sports Camp (Ages 8 to 12)

At our Sports Camp, participants will have the opportunity to get active with a variety of sports, games, activities and crafts. Each day Campers will participate in sport instruction, drills and outdoor activities. Participants will also have the opportunity ice skate and swim each week. (when available).

Sports Camp is open to children ages 8 through 12 years of age.

This Camp will be offered weekly beginning Monday July 5, 2021.

Download the Sports Camp 2021 Camp Schedule

Register Here

Create & Play Camp (Ages 8 to 12)

Create & Play Camp is jam packed with fun activities such as games, creative crafts and weekly theme based workshops and events! Create & Play Campers will have the opportunity to ice skate and swim each week (when available).

Create & Play Camp is open to children ages 8 through 12 years of age.

This Camp will be offered weekly beginning Monday July 5, 2021.

Registration will take place exclusively through our Online Program Registration website beginning Monday April 12, 2021.

Download the Create & Play 2021 Camp Schedule

Register Here

Swimming Mix Camp (Ages 8 to 12)

Our Swimming Mix Camp is a huge hit with our water loving Campers. This Camp features traditional sport and play activities, as well as an additional 1.5 hours per day of water adventures. Campers will enjoy Mermaid Swims, Water Polo, Diving, Underwater Hockey and many other aquatic fun and games!

Participants must be 8 to 12 years of age and have completed Swim Kids level 5 or higher.

This Camp will be offered during Week 6 (August 9 - 13, 2021).

Download the Specialty Camp 2021 Schedule

Register Here

Junior Lifeguard Club Camp (Ages 8 to 12)

Is your young swimmer looking for a change from regular Swim Lessons Camp?

This one-week Camp is based on the Lifesaving Society's Junior Lifeguard Program. Campers will test their strength, endurance and leadership skills through an extra 1.5 hours per day of aquatic training. Participants will leave with First Aid skills and their very own Junior Lifeguard tank top.

Junior Lifeguard Club Camp is open to children 8 through 12 years of age who have completed a minimum of Swim Kids 5.

This Camp will take place during Week 7 (August 16 - 20, 2021).

Download the Specialty Camp 2021 Schedule

Register Here

Red Cross Stay Safe! Camp (Ages 9 to 13)

In addition to traditional sport and play activities, Campers will participate in 8 hours of training during Camp to earn their Red Cross Stay Safe! certification.

The Red Cross Stay Safe! Course teaches the knowledge and skills to help youth stay safe in a variety of situations. The Course includes, First Aid knowledge, ways to deal with an emergency when it happens and checking to make sure your environment is safe.

Red Cross Stay Safe! Camp is open to participants ages 9 to 13 years of age.

This Camp will take place during Week 8 (August 23 - 27, 2021).

Download the Specialty Camp 2021 Schedule

Register Here

Camp Ratios

Our Camp Leader to children ratios reflect our commitment to quality program supervision and overall Camper safety and well-being.

2021 Summer Camp Ratios
CampAge BracketLeaders to Children Ratio (maximum)
Little Explorers 4 and 5 year olds 1:8
Junior Explorers 6 and 7 year olds 1:15
Create & Play 8 to 12 year olds 1:15
Sports Camp 8 to 12 year olds 1:15
Aquatic and Leadership 8 to 13 year olds 1:15

For further information regarding our Summer Camp ratios, e-mail the Summer Camp Coordinator or call 705-324-9411 extension 1307.

Is your child ready for Camp?

If your child is 4 years old of age or older (must have turned the age of 4 in 2016) and meets the the indicators below, your child is ready to join us at Camp!

  • They are comfortable with meeting new people and other children their own age;
  • They are comfortable with wearing a face mask properly for the day;
  • They can participate in activities with instruction;
  • They have attended school, and are able to stay for the duration of the school day;
  • They can follow safety rules;
  • They can apply sunscreen with no assistance.

Still unsure if Camp is right for your child? e-mail the Summer Camp Coordinator or call 705-324-9411 extension 1307 to discuss.

Camp Event Days

We are planning some exciting event days at our local Parks and Sports Fields. Parents/Guardians will be notified in advance with any changes to drop-off or pick-up location on these days. Cohorts will be bused to locations within the Municipality of Kawartha Lakes and will adhere to Provincial Guidelines.

Camp Calendars

Check out the fun we have planned for this summer! Each week will feature a fun theme and activities:

Please note, schedule is subject to change. Contact the Summer Camp Coordinator to confirm.

What to bring to Camp

All Campers should plan on bringing the following items in a backpack or bag to Camp each day:

  • Nut free lunch and snacks
  • Drinks (reusable water bottle)
  • Extra face masks
  • Closed-toe shoes (Please no Crocs or Flip Flop style footwear)
  • Hat
  • Sunscreen
  • Bug Spray
  • Towel, Swimsuit, easy on/off shoes for walking to the Pool & Playing water games. Campers should bring these items each day! We will not be able to swim in the pool until Step 3 of the Provincial reopening plan
  • Warm clothing, CSA approved helmet and ice skates (for skating days)
  • Rain jacket and umbrella (for rainy days)

It is suggested that you label all of your children's items. The items your child brings to Camp are their responsibility, Parks, Recreation and Culture is not responsible for any misplaced items.

What not to bring to Camp:

Avoid sending all non-essential items to Camps. Please do not send the following items to Camp:

  • Toys
  • Electronics (Cellphones, video games etc.)
  • Valuables
  • Peanut products or food that is not identified as peanut free
  • Weapons
  • Lighters
Swimming at Camp

Our Camps will not attend Public Swimming, rather private swimming times will be booked strictly for our Camp programs.

Swimming activities will only be offered to children 8 years of age and older. Any children that wish to swim must be at the Swim Kids Level 5 or higher, and be able to pass the Facility Swim Test.

All swimming activities will take place in the pools at the Lindsay Recreation Complex under the supervisor of qualified facility Lifeguard staff.

Swimming will be offered weekly, please be sure to include if your child would like to swim on the Camp Questionnaire Form at the time of registration.

Swim schedules will be sent to Parents/Guardians prior to the start week of Camp. If your child does not want to participate in swimming, we have lots of different activities to choose from during swim times.

Swimming will not take place until step 3 of the Provincial Reopening plan.

Skating at Camp

Our Camps will not attend Public Skating, rather private ice times will be booked strictly for our Camp programs.

Ice Skating is offered weekly (when available) for children ages 6 and up participating in Junior Explorers, Sports, Create & Play and Specialty Camps.

Skating will be offered weekly, please be sure to include if your child would like to skate on the Camp Questionnaire Form at the time of registration.

Children who are interested in ice skating should bring their skates, with a change of clothing suitable for the ice (pants, sweater etc.) and a CSA approved helmet on days we have skating times available.

Children will be required to wear a face mask while skating, so it is advised to pack extras.

Some skating experience is recommended as skating aids will not be available during Camp skating times. It is also recommended that skaters be able tie their own skates.

Parents/Guardians will receive a skating schedule prior the start week of Camp. If you child does not want to participate in skating, we have plenty of different activities to choose from during skating times.

Swimming will not take place until step 3 of the Provincial Reopening plan.

Lunch and Snacks at Camp

Camp will not provide any snacks or meals. Children must bring a lunch and snacks each day to Camp.

  • We are a nut free Camp. Peanut Butter, nuts or any food that contains nuts are not permitted.
  • Do not send any food that needs to be refrigerated or heated.
  • Food must not be shared or traded with other Camp participants.
  • Please pack a refillable water bottle so that children can refill their bottles throughout the day to stay hydrated! It is recommended to pack extra drinks on hot days.
Sunscreen at Camp

Please apply sunscreen to your child prior to drop-off at Camp in the mornings.

All children will be required to bring their own sunscreen to Camp daily.

Please label your child's sunscreen with their name.

Due to COVID-19 guidelines, Camp staff are unable to assist your child with applying sunscreen. Staff will remind children to re-apply sunscreen throughout the day, but it is the responsibility of each child to apply their own.

Prior to attending Camp, be sure to show your child how to properly apply sunscreen.

Behaviour Management at Camp

Staff, Camp Leaders and Volunteers maintain the highest standards in regards to appropriate behaviors at Camp to ensure a safe and enjoyable Camp experience for all participants.

Camp Behaviour Guidelines

We ask that all children attending Camp follow guidelines and interact appropriately in a group setting at all times. These guidelines include:

  • Talking nicely and appropriately to other Campers, Camp Leaders, Staff and Volunteers.
  • Keeping hands and feet to themselves at all times.
  • Only touching what belongs to them.
  • Listening to Camp Leaders, Staff and Volunteers.
  • Staying in their designated cohort.

When a child does not follow the above Behaviour Guidelines at Camp, we will take the following steps:

  1. Directing the child to a more appropriate behaviour;
  2. The child will be reminded of the Behaviour Guidelines and rules.
  3. Camp Leaders will notify the Program Supervisor and a discussion will take place to identify why this behaviour may be happening and how we can support the child.
  4. Camp Leaders and Staff will document the occurrences.
  5. Parents/Guardians will be notified of the behaviours.
  6. If the problem persists, Camp Leaders and Staff reserve the right to remove the child from the program.

The following behaviours may result in removal of a child from Camp programming immediately:

  • Endangering the health and safety of other children, Camp Staff members or Volunteers.
  • Stealing or damaging of City personal property.
  • Leaving/running away from the Program without permission.
  • Using profanity, vulgarity or obscenity frequently.
  • Acting in a lewd manner.
Bullying at Camp

All Campers, Camp Leaders, Staff and Volunteers have the right to a safe and enjoyable Camp experience.

Our Camps have a zero tolerance policy when it comes to bullying.

Bullying or acts of bullying will not be tolerated. Each of our Campers should have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities delivered in a fun, active and safe environment free from harassment.

Camp Leaders, Staff and Volunteers will act to quickly address incidents of bullying and take the appropriate actions to remediate the issue.

Camp Communication

Please be sure to check your e-mail inbox regularly as we will be mainly communicating with Parents/Guardians by e-mail. Communication will be sent to the e-mail address that is associated with your Online Program Registration account.

Weekly calendars for Camp will be sent to Parents/Guardians the week before Camp. This will include swimming and skating schedules, as well as other important information about the upcoming week at Camp.

If you have any questions, contact the Summer Camp Coordinator by calling 705-324-9411 extension 1307 or by e-mailing: recreation@kawarthalakes.ca

For further information regarding 2021 Summer Camps call 705-324-9411 extension 1307 or e-mail the Summer Camp Coordinator.

2021 Camp Registration Information

2021 Summer Camp registration is now open through our Online Program Registration website.

Registration will be processed on a first come, first served basis and will be open to residents of the City of Kawartha Lakes only. Space is limited and we are not able to reserve spots.

Registration will take place exclusively through our Online Program Registration website: https://kawarthalakes.perfectmind.com

We will not be offering single day enrollment in 2021, all Campers will be required to register for the full week.

Payment will be due at the time of registration. Once registration is confirmed, any changes or cancellations are subject to our Cancellation Policy.

2021 Summer Camps will operate Monday July 5 through Friday August 27. Camps will not operate on Statutory Holidays (Monday, August 2, 2021).

Please note: 2021 Summer Camp programming is subject to change based upon both local and provincial health directives. Location, programming and activities are subject to change. For further information e-mail: recreation@kawarthalakes.ca or call 705-324-9411 extension 1307

Register Here

 

How to register for Camps

Camp registration will take place exclusively online. In-person and telephone registration is not available at this time.

In order to register for Camps online, you must have an account for our Online Program Registration website.

New Clients - How to register

All Campers must be pre-registered for Camps, drop-in's will not be permitted. Campers will be required to register on a weekly basis, daily enrollment will not be available.

How to create an account  

To get started visit our Online Program Registration website at: https://kawarthalakes.perfectmind.com

For the best registration experience, please use Google Chrome or Firefox. Using other browsers may produce unexpected results.

Steps on how to create an account:

1. Click on the 'Signup' button.

Sign up screen

2. Once all fields have been completed, click the 'Become Member' button at the bottom. You will receive a new temporary password by e-mail.

Become Member screen

3. After click the 'Become Member' button, a new screen will open. On this screen, you will edit your account information and add family members to your account. Family members must be listed under your account in order for you to register them for a program or Camp.

Add Family Member screen

Add all family member information so that your account is up to date.

Family information screen

Click 'Submit' to add the family member to your account.

Once the family is updated, click on your name in the top right corner to log out and exit the web browser.

Log out screen

4. Check your e-mail and look for an e-mail from us. Click on the link in the e-mail and use the username and password provided in that e-mail to log in.

Login Info E mail Screenshot

5. When you log in using the username and password that was e-mailed to you, users will then be asked to reset their password. Choose a password that is familiar to you, so that you will remember it the next time you log in.

Once you click the 'Save' button, a notification will appear that your password has been successfully changed. Then log in using your username and updated password.

Password reset screenshot

Once an account has been created, you will now be able to register for all Camps, Leisure, Fitness and Aquatics programs online through our Online Program Registration website.

If you have any questions or require assistance setting up an account e-mail the Parks, Recreation and Culture Division or call 705-324-9112 during business hours.

 
How to register for Camps online  

1. Log in to our Online Program Registration website at: https://kawarthalakes.perfectmind.com using your username (e-mail) and password.

Log in screen

2. Once logged in select the 'Register' menu. Under 'Select an Activity', choose the 'Camps' category. Next, select the Camp program that you wish to register for.

Select a Camp

Alternatively, you can also use the search bar function in the top right corner of the page and search for the Camp by its name, or by using the program barcode.

3. Once you have found the Camp that you wish to register for, click the 'Book' button.

Camp booking screen

4. The next screen will display additional information about the Camp. Click 'Book' to continue booking the Camp, alternatively you can click 'Back' to return to the previous Camp listing page.

Selected Camp screen

5. The next screen will ask you who you would like to register or book for Camp. Select the individual you wish to register for the Camp and then click the 'Next' button.

Who to book screen

If you do not see the individual you wish to register, you can click on the '+' button to Add Family Member.

6. In the next step, you will be required to complete the Camp Questionnaire for your Camper. Answer the questions and then click 'Next'.

Camp Questionnaire screen

7. Review the information on the Cart Summary page to ensure that all of the information is correct and that you are registering for the correct Camp program.

If you wish to add/register for additional Camps, click on the 'Continue Shopping' button.

Cart Summary screen

8. If everything looks good in your cart and you are now ready to complete your registration. You will now be required to enter your payment method (valid credit card is required). Enter your card information, including the billing address information associated with your card.

Review your cart summary and click on the 'Place My Order' button to make a payment and complete the Camp registration.

9. You will wait for a confirmation screen to appear confirming you have been successfully registered for the Camp(s). You will now receive a confirmation e-mail to confirm your registration(s), as well as copy of your receipt.

For questions regarding registering online for Camps, please call 705-324-9411 extension 1307 during business hours or e-mail the Parks, Recreation and Culture Division.

 
Existing Clients - How to register

Once registration is open for Camps, existing clients can simply visit our Online Program Registration website at: https://kawarthalakes.perfectmind.com to register for Camp programming.

Forget your password?

1. Visit the Online Program Registration website and click on 'Forgot your password?' at the bottom of the screen.

Forgot your password screen

2. A new temporary password will be sent to the e-mail address associated with your Online Program Registration account.

Password reset screenshot

3. Clients will be asked to reset their password.

Choose a password that is familiar to you, so that you will remember it the next time you log in.

Once you click the 'Save' button, a notification will appear that your password has been successfully changed.

Now log in using your username (e-mail) and updated password and you will now be able to access your account.

Locked out of your account? or for any other account related questions:

Contact us by calling 705-324-9112 during regular business hours or e-mail: recreation@kawarthalakes.ca

For further information contact the Summer Camp Coordinator via e-mail or call 705-324-9411 extension 1307.

Payment

Payment is due at the time of registration.

If you require alternate payment arrangements, please contact us by calling 705-324-9411 extension 1307 or e-mail the Camp Coordinator to discuss.

Fee Assistance

The City of Kawartha Lakes works with the Jumpstart program, on behalf of Canadian Tire. Canadian Tire Jumpstart is a national charitable program that helps financially disadvantaged kids participate in organized sport and recreation.

For further information about Fee Assistance, contact our Summer Camp Coordinator at 705-324-9411 extension 1307.

Cancellation Policy

Parks, Recreation and Culture reserves the right to cancel programs due to insufficient registration. In these cases, we will issue a full refund or credit. Refunds or credits for any other reason are subject to approval and a 15% ($5 minimum) administration fee.

All refund requests must be made in writing and forwarded to:

Community Partnership & Program Supervisor
City of Kawartha Lakes Parks, Recreation and Culture Division
50 Wolfe Street, Lindsay, ON K9V 2J2

Fax: 705-878-9388

E-Mail the Community Partnership and Program Supervisor

Absent/No Show Policy
We do not issue refunds for illness, no-shows or last minute cancellations. For further information regarding our Absent/No Show Policy e-mail the Summer Camp Coordinator or call 705-324-9411 extension 1307.
Drop-Off and Pick-Up

Drop-off and pick-up will take place outside the building (when possible).

Camp programming begins at 9am and runs until 4pm.

Drop-off: Campers will be permitted to be dropped off between 8:30am and 9am at the Lindsay Recreation Complex (Aux Trail). All Campers and Staff must be screened before entering Camp.

Parents/Guardians of Campers will be required to complete the COVID-19 School and Childcare Screening Online Form and submit the results daily by e-mail before their Camper will be permitted to attend Camp.

Parents/Guardians will be required to show they have completed the COVID-19 Screening Form at drop-off each morning by showing Camp staff the green check mark screen with the result indicating the Camper has 'PASSED' the screening. Failure to complete the daily screening may result in the Camper being unable to attend programming.

For further information visit the COVID-19 Camp Guidelines section.

Pick-up: Campers must be picked up at the Lindsay Recreation Complex (Aux Trail) between 4pm and 4:30pm.

Attendance
For your child's safety, if your child is going to be absent from Camp please call 705-324-9411 extension 1307 and leave a message with the date, the child's first and last name and the Camp they are registered for.
Sign In/Sign Out

All children must be signed in and out daily by an authorized adult.

Parents/Guardians of Campers will be required to complete the COVID-19 School and Childcare Screening Online Form and submit the results daily by e-mail before their Camper will be permitted to attend Camp.

Parents/Guardians will be required to show they have completed the COVID-19 Screening Form at drop-off each morning by showing Camp staff the green check mark screen with the result indicating the Camper has 'PASSED' the screening. Failure to complete the daily screening may result in the Camper being unable to attend programming.

For further information visit the COVID-19 Camp Guidelines section.

Camp Programming Feedback

Your valuable feedback helps us to continually improve the Summer Camp experience for all participants. Parents/Guardians will receive an opportunity to provide feedback based on their child's experience at Camp.

Summer Camp Volunteers

Do you like working with kids and want to improve your leadership skills? If so, consider volunteering with our Camps this summer.

Camp volunteers must be at least 14 years old.

Potential volunteers will be required to undergo our screening process, including an interview and reference check.

There will be a mandatory volunteer training session to support volunteers in their roles.

Interested volunteers must complete a Summer Camp Volunteer Application Form. Volunteer Application Forms are available online or contact the Summer Camp Coordinator to obtain a copy.

Questions or to obtain an application form:

Call 705-324-9411 extension 1307 or e-mail the Summer Camp Coordinator.

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