Enjoy a fun and supervised playground experience at select locations across Oakville.
About supervised playgrounds
Facilitated by town staff, participants will enjoy games, crafts, sports and making new friends!
This outdoor playground program is subject to safe weather conditions.
Before/after-care or supervised lunch breaks are not provided.
Participants must purchase a one-time summer membership to access all 10 weekly drop-in programs, all summer long. Once the membership has been activated on the account, parents/guardians must pre-register for individual sessions.
This program is for participants ages 6-12.
Super Playgrounds Summer Memberships
We are excited to offer a pre-registered supervised playground drop-in experience at select locations across Oakville. Participants must purchase a one-time summer membership to access all 10 weekly drop-in programs, all summer long.
Once the membership has been activated on the account, parents/guardians must pre-register for individual Super Playground drop-ins (under Youth programs).
Residents will be able to register for these sessions seven days in advance, six days in advance for non-residents.
Sign into your Recreation and Culture account and select the “Memberships” tab located on the top navigation bar to view all membership and personal training options.
Find the Super Playgrounds Summer Membership.
Click the membership you wish to purchase.
Once you have selected your membership, you need to choose the family member you are purchasing for by checking the box next to their name.
Once your payment option has been selected, click “Buy Now”.
When you are ready to check out, select your payment method. You can add a credit card or pay with your credit card on file. If you have a gift card, you can enter it now. Review that all information is correct and click “Place My Order”.
All participants must be signed in (at 9 a.m. for morning sites, 1 p.m. for afternoon sites, and 5 p.m. for the evening session) and out of the program by a parent or guardian.
Government-issued photo identification is required for pick up. Each location can accommodate up to 24 participants at a time.
This program is subject to safe weather conditions. Registrants will be contacted regarding any cancellations.
If bad weather develops during the session, participants will be taken to the emergency shelter. Supervised play will be provided to the best of our ability for the duration of the session.
When to play and when to stay away
When children show signs of illness, keep them home. This greatly reduces the spread of illness at camp. Please follow medical advice if you have been told by a doctor, health care provider, or public health unit that you should currently be isolating (staying at home).
Participants should not attend camp if they have any of the following new or worsening symptoms or signs (that are not chronic or related to other known causes or conditions):
not feeling well generally, extreme tiredness, sore muscles
A child may be sent home if coughing, sneezing, has a temperature, or any other signs of contagious illness or infection during the day. Children showing signs of illness must be picked up within one-hour. Please ensure your emergency contact can be on-site within that time frame.
Please check your child for lice before the start of camp.
Sunscreens should be brought daily and applied regularly. We encourage you to show your child how to apply their own sunscreen. Hats should also be worn every day.
Please label your child’s sunscreen.
EpiPens and inhalers
Any child bringing an EpiPen or inhaler to the program must bring it in a separate fanny pack/case to be worn at all times. A medical consent form must be completed upon sign in.
Be prepared! Dress for the weather and for the fun you’ll be part of. For instance, if it looks like a cloudy drizzly day, remember to pack your rain gear.
Dress for a mess. Old clothes are typically the best.
For safety, it’s also best if long hair is tied back.
Closed-toe shoes are a must. Sandals and Croc-style shoes are not suitable.
Bring a water bottle, nut free snack, a hat, and sunscreen every day.
Participants at Millbank Park may wear a bathing suit and bring a towel to use the splash pad on site.