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Earth Day Nature Camp

Humber Arboretum Nature 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. 

A girl investigates a flower with a magnifying glass

This year, kids can celebrate Earth Day at the Arboretum!

With Earth Day falling on Easter Monday this year most schools will be closed, so we're hosting a one-day Nature Camp on Monday April 22nd.

Kids aged 5-12 are invited to join Humber Arboretum staff for a day of ecological exploration that's full of seasonal, hands-on activities.


Earth Day Nature Camp will also feature a performance by Green Kids Inc, who will bring their show Wild Wild Wilderness to the Centre for Urban Ecology: 


A story of one kid's accidental effect on a nearby forest and its creatures, performed by a single storyteller and armfuls of adorable puppets. Wild Wild Wilderness demonstrates the connections between habitat, wildlife, and human activity, and empowers young people to make positive choices towards protecting our environment.  



A soft, hand-puppet crow scratches it's head


Earth Day Nature Camp at the Humber Arboretum runs from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm on Monday April 22nd, 2019.

Before care (from 8:00 am) and aftercare (until 5:30 pm) is available for an additional fee.

  • Camp fee - $50.00
  • Before care - $9.00
  • Aftercare - $10.00
  • Both before and aftercare - $16.00

Cancellation Policy

All withdrawals will be refunded, minus a $25 administration fee.

What to Bring

  • Morning and afternoon snacks and drinks*
  • Lunch*
  • Backpack or bag
  • Hat
  • Water Bottle
  • Rain Coat (if forecast calls for it)
  • Rubber Boots
  • Extra Socks
  • Change of pants

*The Centre for Urban Ecology is a nut-aware facility. Please inform us of any food allergies and do not bring nut products of any kind to camp.

*We wish to reduce the amount of waste that is produced at the Centre an as part of this initiative we promote Litterless Lunches. Please bring only reusable or recyclable containers and utensils. We will ask campers to compost any food waste using our on-site compost bins and take their garbage and anything that can’t be recycled here back home. For tips, see

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Humber Arboretum Summer Nature Camp is accredited by the Ontario Camps Association.