At the Town of Innisfil, we offer a variety of summer camps to keep kids active and social during the summer months. Whether your child is interested in sports, crafts, or science, we've got something for everyone. This 2022 season, camp registration opened on May 25 for residents and June 1 for non-residents. 

Register for camp

Camp locations 

This 2022 season, we're offering two camps:

  • Camp Innisfil, located at the Stroud Innisfil Community Centre at 7883 Yonge St. 
  • Outdoor Adventure Camp, located at Centennial Park at 2870 7th Line

Camp hours

Camp runs weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Drop off is between 8:30 a.m. and 9 a.m. Pick up is between 4 p.m. and 4:45 p.m. If you arrive late for pick up, you will be charged an additional $10 for every 15 minutes that you are late. 


The fee for camp is $175 for Innisfil residents and $206 for non-residents for five days per week. There is one four-day week (August 2-5) due to the civic holiday, which costs $139 for Innisfil residents and $167 for non-residents. 

Camp safety

Our camp safety rules are in place to provide a safe and enjoyable camp experience. Review our 2022 Summer Day Camp Safety Plan for full information. 

Safe arrival program

On the first day of camp, each participant will require a parent or guardian to complete Camper Information forms. Campers are signed in and out of camp during drop off and pick up. Only those adults listed in our registration system will be permitted to pick up and drop off campers. Please notify the camp supervisor of any changes in your child’s pick up routine.

If your child is not attending camp for any reason, please call 705-436-3710 Ext. 4314 before 9:30 a.m. to inform camp leaders. Camp leaders will call home on a daily basis to confirm absenteeism.


Campers requiring medication at camp must have a signed Medication Release Form on site with both parental and camp supervisor approval. Medication must be stored in original containers only and camp supervisors will keep medication.

Water bottles and sunscreen

Each staff member and camper must bring their own individual water bottle and sunscreen, clearly marked with their name. Campers will need to apply their own sunscreen to maintain appropriate physical distancing.

Daily screening

Campers are screened for symptoms prior to and upon arrival each day. Those who do not pass the daily screening will not be permitted into the facility. Parents or guardians will receive an email before camp begins with specific instructions detailing drop-off and pick-up location, including a facility map and daily screening website link.

Staff keep a daily record of anyone (camp participant, essential visitor or staff member) entering the camp for more than 15 minutes. This record is kept up to date to facilitate contact tracing.

Personal protective equipment

Staff wear personal protective equipment (such as masks or face shields). Additional measures, such as barriers and/or gloves may be worn throughout the day depending on the task being performed by staff. We encourage camp participants to wear masks.

Enhanced cleaning

We have adopted enhanced cleaning procedures to ensure spaces are kept clean and disinfected. Procedures include:

  • All spaces used by camps are cleaned at least twice per day
  • Any shared space is cleaned immediately upon usage by one camp group before the next uses the space
  • Hand sanitizer is used throughout the camp day as part of enhanced hand hygiene. Proper hand washing is emphasized

Financial assistance

We offer a Fee Assistance in Recreation (FAIR) program to help remove financial barriers to participation in recreation programs. If you need financial assistance, check out our FAIR program.


Our camps provide an integrated and inclusive space for all participants. If your child requires assistance, we have inclusive counsellors available to offer support. Please make sure to register early as we have limited space. In the event that there is not an Inclusion Facilitator available to support a camper, then the camper does have the option to provide their own qualified mediator or support worker.

Please contact us at and we will send you a copy of our Accessible Inclusive Recreation (AIR) Information Packages and add you to our mailing list. If you attended camp in the past, you will receive the AIR Information Package in the mail. 

Our staff

We carefully select our camp staff based on their past experience, skills, enthusiasm and the ability to work with children. All camp staff have certificates in:

Respectful Recreational User Policy

We simply ask that everyone respects each other and staff. Our Respectful Recreational User Policy applies to anyone participating in a Town program or visiting a municipal facility. The policy promotes fair play, good sportsmanship, safety and respect. It outlines what we consider inappropriate behaviour and what consequences that may have, including restricting someone's access to Town facilities and programs.