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What to bring to day camp

​In order for us to provide a happy and safe day camp experience, we ask that you read this information and ensure all proper preparations are made prior to attending a camp. Additional information, specific to the day camp you have chosen, can be found on the receipt that you will receive after you register.

Along will a pre-filled participant information form, send your child with a backpack containing the items listed for the type of day camp they are attending. Make sure to label all of their belongings. Children must be toilet trained, do not send your child in a diaper or pull up. Send a change of clothes (underwear and pants) with your child daily.


Day Camps - What to bring

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Snacks and Lunches

Send campers with the apporopriate amount of food for the length of program they are taking. Microwaves, hot water, and vending machines are not available for use.

Our programs are nut aware. Read your labels and refrain from sending products containing nuts, we are aware of campers with peanut allergies. As we are not a peanut-free facility, we also ask that campers with allergies disclose this information during registration and bring the medical equipment they need, such as an epi-pen.

Bag lunch for purchase

For additional cost, bag lunches can be purchased for camps being held at a leisure centre. You must fill out a Day Camp Lunch Order Form and return it with payment to the leisure centre where the camp will be held. Payment must be made in person.


Medications must be brought daily and in their original container. The label must indicate the type of medication, dosage, participant's name, physician's name, and any instructions our staff may need to be aware of. A Release and Participant Medication Permission and Record Form must be filled out and signed by a parent or guardian for all medications. You can pre-fill out the form or fill it out on the first day of camp.

Sunscreen and insect repellent

Apply sunscreen and insect repellent to your child before sending them to camp. Day camp leaders cannot provide or apply these produces to campers.

Valuable items

Leave all valuable items and personal electronics at home. This includes cell phones and games. We are not responsible for lost, damaged, or stolen items.