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Virtual Nature Camp

Virtual Nature Camp programs from the Humber Arboretum use fun activities to encourage curiosity and nature exploration. Although the Humber Arboretum is located in North Etobicoke (Toronto), our virtual nature camp programs are suitable for nature-loving kids from around Ontario and beyond.

Screen capture of six camp counsellors as seen in a virtual meeting. They smile and wave. Their name tags read Bud, Mother Nature, Red Panda, Hummingbird, Sticky, and Beaver


Aimed at kids ages 6 to 11, Virtual Nature Camp with the Humber Arboretum offers fun and engaging online programming promoting curiosity and nature connection. Through games, challenges, and activities campers will learn about the natural world and discover new ways to explore outdoors


PA Day Virtual Camps 2022

Winter Magic

Monday January 24 

Kids can join Arboretum staff online for a fun day exploring the winter season. Through art and games we'll explore evergreen trees, winter birds, animal tracking, migration, hibernation, and winter adaptations.

Time: 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM EST (Lunch Break 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM)

Ages: Campers aged 6 to 11 are welcome to register (Please note that some younger campers may need assistance with some activities)  

Cost: $30 per camper 

Registration Deadline: Extended to Saturday January 22, midnight*

Register Now for "Winter Magic" Virtual Camp


(*A minimum number of participants is required for camp to proceed. Registrants will be notified on Friday January 21 of changes or cancellation)


March Break Virtual Leadership Camp for Teens

For teens, read about the Leading Youth in Nature Experiences (LYNX) Level One virtual program taking place during March Break 2022.



Bring-Your-Own Supplies

Two straight sticks, string, and scissors sit on a table

Campers will need to provide their own basic supplies to fully participate in some virtual camp activities. Registered families will receive a list of recommended supplies for the program selected. Most will be similar to supplies used for school or home crafts (such as tape, string, and scissors) or may be collected in nature (sticks, leaves, rocks). If you will have a problem providing any of the materials on your supplied list, please let us know.  

PD Day Camp Supplies - Winter Magic

  • 1 small zip-top bag
  • 1 ice cube
  • Winter gloves/hats/scarves (for insulation experiments)
  • Pencil and paper (for drawing and for writing observations)