Please note: In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, all participants in our day camps are required to wear a non-medical face mask or covering during the program.
At this time, the Town of Oakville requires anyone 12 years of age or older to provide proof of identification and proof of full COVID-19 vaccination (or medical exemption) before entering or accessing any indoor recreation and culture facilities.
Anyone entering town facilities must also pass a COVID-19 screening, wear a mask and follow current physical distancing rules. Visit the Recreation and Culture Programs FAQs page for more information.
We've introduced a more user-friendly Recreation and Culture Registration and Booking system. Learn more about how to create an account by visiting our Registration and Subsidy Information page.
Browse our variety of camps and workshops including Babysitter Training (ages 11-14), P.A. Day Art Camp Junior (ages 6-8) and Senior (ages 9-12), Wood Carving, and more! Before and after-care is available for select programs only.
Additional recreational swims and skates may be offered. Drop-in activities must also be pre-booked and paid for online.
Families know how important an active and rewarding camp is for their kids. That’s why the Town of Oakville is a great choice for fun and affordable camps geared to children aged four to 12, including those who need one-on-one support. Please visit the Registration and Subsidy Information page for fee assistance options, etc.
We aim to provide the highest quality camp experience for our campers and their families. All staff are selected based on their experience and enthusiasm and must have:
Campers must be within the age range of the program by December 31 of the year the program is taken. Exception: Four-year-olds entering our programs must be the required age by the start of the program.
We offer fun and engaging camp opportunities during all Halton District School Board P.A. Days, as well as spring and winter holidays. Get active and creative with the Town of Oakville during your next school break. Enjoy arts and culture, sports, recreation, leadership camps and more!
Check out the CampOAK Handbook for details about program requirements, procedures, etc.
Please note: Masks are required indoors and any time physical distancing cannot be maintained outdoors. Masks can be removed while seated for meal/snack breaks and our staff will incorporate daily mask breaks outdoors when physical distancing can be guaranteed (i.e. during a seated, individual activity).
We offer a flexible drop-off window between 8 and 9 a.m. and pick-up window from 4 to 5 p.m.
Caregivers dropping off and picking up campers must be over the age of 18 and have knowledge of the camper's health history.
Government issued photo identification (ID) must be shown daily at pick-up.
Caregivers must complete a daily health screening for their child(ren) upon arrival at your screening station.
Caregivers are required to take their child(ren)’s temperature each morning prior to camp.
Any camper will be denied entry in accordance with Provincial and Regional health guidelines if they:
Please label everything and bring: