Summer Day Camps

2021 Summer Camp

Summer Camp is back! Due to COVID-19, we’ve made changes to keep campers safe while giving them an unforgettable camp experience.

Camp Location

Camp Innisfil will be a combination of both indoor and outdoor programming at the Stroud Innisfil Community Center (7883 Yonge Street). Camp Innisfil will combine the previous Sports, Adventure and Discovery camps together into one great camp. Camp Innisfil will consist of daily activities, crafts, and physical distancing games.

Camp Hours

Camp Innisfil will operate from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Extended camp care will not be available during the 2021 Camp Season. Camp drop off and pick up hours have been extended at no charge:

  • Drop Off: 8:30 a.m. to 9 a.m.
  • Pick Up: 4 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.
  • Late pick ups are subject to a late fee of $10/15 minutes. 

Camp Fees

Camp Innisfil costs residents $175 for 5-day weeks or $139 for the 4-day week (August 3-6). Non-resident fees are $206 for 5-day weeks and $167 for the 4-day week.

COVID-19 Safety

Our Summer Camp Safety Plan provides a detailed overview of the COVID-19 safety procedures implemented for Camp Innisfil.

The COVID-19 Safety Assessment Form is the pre-screening form that is required to be filled out for each camper, every day before arriving at camp.

Campers will be divided into small groups with 2 Camp Counsellors PER GROUP. Staff will not be shared and cohorts will not be interacting together during the day.

Campers will participate in fun and creative physically distanced sports, games and crafts this summer, with activities being held outdoors as often as possible.

Visitors and the general public will not be allowed entry into the facility. The sign-in and sign-out process will take place outside the facility and physical distancing of 2 metres will be enforced.

Parents/guardians must remain outside and call and/or text their designated camp staff member to pick up their child at the end of each day. 

Campers will be screened for symptoms prior to and upon arrival. Those who do not pass the daily screening will not be permitted into the facility.  Staff will be keeping a daily record of anyone (camp participant, essential visitor, staff) entering the camp setting for more than 15 minutes. This record will be
kept up-to-date and available in order to facilitate contact tracing.

Campers will be required to complete health screening questions each day as a part of the daily sign-in process.

Staff will 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.

Physical distancing of two metres (six feet) will be emphasized and enforced, with the exception of staff interventions for behaviour management and issuing first aid.

Enhanced cleaning procedures will be adopted to ensure spaces are kept cleaned and disinfected. Cleaning schedules will include the following:

  • All spaces used by camps will be cleaned a minimum of twice per day.
  • Any shared space will be cleaned immediately upon usage by one camp group before the next uses the space.
  • Hand sanitizer will be used throughout the camp day as part of enhanced hand hygiene. Proper hand washing will also be emphasized.
  • Camp participants are required to wear masks.

Camp in a Box

All of Innisfil’s summer day camp fun packed in a box! Camp in a Box will provide children with a week’s worth of daily activities, crafts, songs, and video instructions. Camp in a Box costs $20 per week for residents or $25 for non-residents. Camp staff will contact purchasers to make arrangements to pick up their Camp in a Box. For details, visit Active Innisfil’s website

Camp Assistance 

Fee assistance is available for residents who would like to participate in Town programming but may not have the full financial means. F.A.I.R. provides fee assistance for Innisfil residents who are in financial need. For more information, please contact

All of our Summer Camps provide an integrated environment. Inclusive counsellors are available for participants who need assistance, however spaces are limited, so please book early.

AIR Information Package

If your child has attended our camp in the past, you will be receiving an AIR Information Package in the email. If your child is new to our camp program, please email and you will be added to the email list.

Quality Supervision

Our camp staff have certifications in Standard First Aid and CPR, HIGH FIVE Principles of Healthy Child Development and receive training on emergency procedures, safety and program planning.