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Summer Camp 2021 Update: As of Friday May 21, 2021

The Provincial Government recently announced that Summer Camps can open for the 2021 season. With this recent news, the Community Services Department is excited to share some details about in-person and virtual camps for the upcoming summer season.

Camp registration will open to King Township residents only at 9am on Tues., June 1.

The number of camps offered this year have been reduced due to the pandemic so register early to ensure you don’t miss out!

 

Click on the links below for an overview of camps that will be offered this summer. 

In-Person Camps

Virtual Camps

Additional program details will be available in King’s new digital Community Recreation Guide on May 28. The Community guide is accessible at any time at https://www.king.ca/communityguide

Camps will take place at various locations throughout the Township including:

  • Cold Creek Conservation Area
  • Dr. William Laceby Nobleton Community Centre and Arena
  • Nobleton Community Hall
  • King City Lions Arena
  • King Heritage & Cultural Centre

At this time swimming activities, bussing and extended care will not be offered.

Camps are tentatively scheduled to start July 5. However, summer camp details will be finalized once provincial guidelines are released to the municipality. Parents and guardians will be notified prior to the start of camp with final details and camp safety and operation protocols.

Staff are continuing to monitor evolving public health information and guidelines from the Province and the Region of York regarding best practices for the safe delivery of summer camps.

The Community Services Department strives to ensure campers have a safe and unforgettable summer.