Humber Arboretum day camps are based out of the Centre for Urban Ecology, but campers will spend most of their time outdoors where they will make their own discoveries in the forest, river, meadows, wetlands, gardens, and ponds of the Humber Arboretum. Active and engaging, our nature camps are designed for ages 5-12 and take place within the northwest part of the City of Toronto.
Campers will go on owl prowls, try snowshoes (weather-permitting), and make maple syrup the old fashioned way.
Monday March 12 - Friday March 16, 2018
This March Break give your child the opportunity to get outside, get active, and develop a lasting appreciation for the natural environment.
With a focus on maple syrup harvesting and other seasonal activities, the Humber Arboretum's March Break Nature Camp is geared to ages 5 to 12. The program ensures a high level of activity and interest for each participant. The camp is facilitated by Nature Interpreters who work regularly throughout the year with school classes and community groups.
March Break Nature Camp 2018 will take place over five days, Monday March 12th to Friday March 18th. The regular camp day runs from 8:45 am to 4:15 pm with before care (from 8 am) and aftercare (until 5:30 pm) available for an additional fee.
Cost & Policies
All withdrawals requested two weeks prior to the start of the camp week will be refunded the full camp fees, minus a $25 administration fee. Any withdrawals requested less than two weeks prior to the start of the camp week will be refunded 50% of all camp fees.
What to Bring
Meals and Transportation
*The children will bring their own lunches, snacks, and drinks each day except for Friday, when lunch will be provided by the Arboretum. Please inform us of any food allergies and please do not bring nut products of any kind to camp. We strive to minimize the amount of waste produced at the Centre, and a key part of that is promoting Litterless Lunches. Please bring only reusable or recyclable containers and utensils. We will ask campers to take their garbage and anything that can’t be recycled here back home and to compost any food waste using our on-site compost bins. For tips, see WasteFreeLunches.org.
The Humber Arboretum and Centre For Urban Ecology is accessible by TTC - see our directions page for details.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-675-5009 if you have any questions.