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Summer Camps

To register for camp:

1) Call Guest Services at: 519.894.5610 or
2) Visit Guest Services at: 396 Morrison Road, Kitchener.


Chicopee offers exciting summer camps for kids born 2003 - 2012.

A week at Chicopee camp may include:

Our climbing facility (Low Ropes, Rock Climbing, Vertical Playground, and High Ropes) Beach Volleyball, Tennis, Field Sports (Soccer, Touch Football, Ultimate Frisbee, Soccer Baseball, etc.), Disc Golf, Team Building Games, Crafts, Nature Hikes, and much more. Our camps are designed for campers looking for FUN!

Each day, campers will participate in five periods of activity with breaks for snacks and lunch. Here is what a day at camp could look like:

08:30 - 09:00 Morning Drop-Off
09:00 - 10:15 Activity
10:20 - 10:35 Nutrition Break 1
10:40 - 11:35 Activity
11:40 - 12:20 Nutrition Break 2
12:25 - 1:30 Activity
1:35 - 2:40 Activity
2:45 - 3:00 Nutrition Break 3
3:03 - 4:10 Colour Nations ** See Description Below
4:15 - 4:30 Reflection
4:30 Afternoon Pick-Up

Colour Nations:
Colour Nations is a devoted time at camp, daily, where campers get to interact with other groups (“tribes”) campers and counselors, to build relationships camp wide. It promotes team building, courtesy, leadership, communication skills and camp spirit.

Register before May 31st & get a Chicopee Access Card Free!

Your free Chicopee Access Card gets you:

  • Unlimited Bike Trail Access
  • Unlimited Fitness Trail Access
  • $5 off disc golf green fees
  • $5 off tennis guest fee

$39 Value

Camps Include:

  • Camp T-Shirt
  • A Camp Picture
  • Camp Passport
  • Morning drop-off at 8:30am - 9:00am / pick up from 4:30pm - 5:00pm
  • Tax Receipt (our camps qualify for the Ontario Children's Tax Credit)

Please note that if a camper is not picked up by 5pm, they will be automatically charged $10 for our extended supervision. Your camper’s pick-up time will then be extended to 6pm, and your child will receive a snack while they wait.

Children’s Activity Tax Credit: The government introduced the Children’s Activity Tax Credit (CATC) in 2010 to help parents with the cost of enrolling their children in various extracurricular activities, including sports, arts and cultural programs. Although the credit is refundable, it largely goes to higher-income families, who are less likely to need it to help pay for their children’s activities. Of families expected to benefit from the credit for 2015, about 50 per cent have incomes above $100,000, while only five per cent have incomes below $20,000. By comparison, about 15 per cent of tax-filing families with children are estimated to have incomes below $20,000. Ontario proposes to end the CATC as of January 1, 2017, and will focus on developing other programs to encourage physical activity and healthy eating for Ontario’s children, including those in lower-income families.

Food Plan and Extended Care

Food Plan

We'll provide food for all 3 nutritional breaks for $60 a week. We are a nut-free facility.

Extended Care

Add Extended Care to your child's camp package and drop them off as early as 8am, and pick-up them up as late as 6pm. Your child will receive a snack while they wait - $10 / day or $40 / week.

Camp Weeks

Week One: July 4th - July 8th
Week Two: July 11th - July 15th
Week Three: July 18th - July 22nd
Week Four: July 25th - July 29th
Week Five: August 1st - August 5th
Week Six: August 8th - August 12th
Week Seven: August 15th - August 19th
Week Eight: August 22nd - August 26th
Week Nine: August 29th - September 2nd

Adventure Camp

Born 2003 - 2009 // Weeks 1 - 9

Adventure Camp is every kid’s dream! A fun-filled week at camp may include: Tennis, Disc Golf, Beach Volleyball, Climbing (Low Ropes, High Ropes, Vertical Playground, Rock Wall), Team Building games, Nature Hikes, and more.

Cost Until May 31st June 1st & After
Full Day $229 $259

Little Adventure Camp

Born 2010 - 2012 // Weeks 1 - 9

Little Adventure Camp is for our youngest campers! Campers will experience all of the fun camp has to offer, in a lower ratio environment. Camp activities may include: climbing, tennis, disc golf, nature hikes, crafting, and more. Campers must be self-sufficient with toileting.

Cost Until May 31st June 1st & After
Full Day $239 $269

Adventure Tennis Camp

Born 2003 - 2009 // Weeks 3 & 7

Adventure Tennis Camp serves up an ACE every time! Whether you're a pro or new to the sport, you will be sure to experience something new. . Campers will get to experience all of our adventure activities (excluding biking) for a portion of the day, and the balance will be spent with the certified tennis Pro introducing the FUNdamentals of tennis, refine hitting skills and court awareness, and play.

Cost Until May 31st June 1st & After
Full Day $229 $259

Adventure Bike Camp

Born 2003 - 2009 // Weeks 1 - 9

If you love living on 2 wheels, Chicopee’s Adventure Bike Camp is for you! From new riders, to future “bike pros”, Adventure Bike Camp has something for everyone. Campers will get to experience all of our adventure activities, and then get to explore an urban tour, our cross country trails, Skills Park, as well as a variety of fun bike games. Counsellors will share basic bike maintenance skills, as well as focus on developing each riders’ abilities.. Adventure Bike camp has generated new bike addicts every summer, this is an awesome program that delivers an exciting experience in a safe environment.

Campers must bring an appropriate bike for their skill level and a helmet. *** Note: there are urban and off-road trails. Campers MUST be able to ride unassisted. Bikes are welcome to stay at Chicopee all week in locked facilities.

Cost Until May 31st June 1st & After
Full Day $229 $259

Important Information

Suggested Camper Items:

Bug Spray / Sun Screen / Hat / Sunglasses / Change of Clothes / Closed toed Shoes / / Rain Jacket (depending on the forecast) / / Unbreakable Water Bottle / Suitable nut free food for all 3 nutrition breaks / Required medication(s)– (ex: Epi-pen, inhalers etc.) / Backpack (for storage of personal belongings)

Please Don't Bring:

Electronic gadgets (phones, iPods, cameras, etc.) / Valuables / Clothing not suitable for camp (i.e. stuff you don't want to get dirty) / Foods with nuts (other campers may be allergic)

Special Notes:

Camp is a rain or shine event / Chicopee is not responsible for lost or damaged items / Paid lockers are available.

Chicopee is proud to be community partners with:

Plus applicable taxes.