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Summer 2024

Summer Camp

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A memorable summer camp experience connecting kids with nature in the city! 

Toronto Nature School Summer Camp combines outdoor education and classic camp fun! 

Campers will have nature walks through the forest, venture down to the Beach to play in the sand and cool off at the splash pad all while learning about the environment and the world around them. Campers will have access to our indoor space on Queen Street East to take breaks inside, have time to create and learn together. They will make new friends while playing sports and classic camp games! At the TNS Summer Camp it’s our goal to encourage your child to wonder and learn about nature and to enjoy summer with friends! Please review the cancelation policy before registration. 

DATES:

Week 1: July 2- 5 ( short week)

Week 2: July 8-12

 Week 3: July 15- 10 

Week 4: July 22-26

 Week 5: July 29-Aug 2

 Week 6: August 6-9 ( short week) 

Week 7: August 12-16 

Pricing: $400 ( 4 day week)

$475 ( 5 day week)

AGES: 4 – 11 years old

Campers must be 4-years-old on their start date

TIME: 9:00am – 3:00pm Aftercare available for the week until 5pm ( add on at check out)

LOCATION: Glen Stewart Park – located Pine Cres and Glen Manor E and Glen Manor W meet 

Participants will receive an email a week before camp with a detailed map, what to pack and contact information.

Cancellation Policy

Fees are refundable, less a $75 administration fee, if requested 14 days prior to the program’s start date.  If cancellation is received less than 14 days prior to your child’s start date no refund will be provided. No refunds will be given for sick or missed days for students. The above policy is not applicable during a time of force majeure or circumstances beyond our control.

$400-$475

What parents are saying…

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"Excellent school and teachers. My son loves it here would give 6 stars if I could. Very respectful and inclusive to all."

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