Youth Programs and Day Camps

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Day camp details

Summer Day Camp Registration is now open.

Stay in the know! Visit our Day Camp Information page for all camp related information.

Read below for some Tips & Tricks for Registration and general things to know for camp:

Day Camp Registration - Tips & Tricks
  • Day Camp registration will look different this summer! Day Camp registration will look similar to all other Youth Dryland and Youth Swimming programs.
  • Ensure you are logged into your account prior to 8:30 am. 
  • Know which programs you would like to register your camper in, and have those tabs open and ready to add to your cart at 8:30 am.
  • Items will be held in your cart for 30 minutes. If you don't need a camp, please remove item from your cart to allow another camper to register.
  • Have your payment information set and ready to go.
  • When registering for multiple weeks, remember to select Continue Shopping to add more items to your cart.
  • If you are registering in person at the Summit Centre, please print and fill out this Registration Questionnaire form to allow Customer Service staff to register your camper more efficiently. 
  • If you are registering in person, please be patient and kind as we work as quickly as possible to assist you!
Communication prior to camp

The Day Camp Information page will be updated prior to the camp, with all the information needed to assist you in getting ready for camp.

To ensure you do not miss any information, please ensure you subscribe to the page.

Behaviour expectations

Disruptive or uncooperative behavior spoils camp for everyone. Each parent and camper must sign a behavior expectation form. Campers who do not live up to expectations may be asked to leave camp permanently.

When considering a recreation experience please consider the individuals needs, and that the recreation integrated setting may not be suitable for all persons with disabilities. Health and Safety of participants and staff is paramount, which could result in participants being denied access to the program.

Please note that the Town of Huntsville does not offer 1:1 support for youth programs or campers. Children who require an Educational Assistant at school or 1:1 support for success, are asked to provide their own caregiver at youth programs/camp. Please contact our Community Services Recreation staff for further information, to communicate your child’s needs and/or how to bring a caregiver for your child.

Day Camp Code of Conduct

In order for everyone to have a Fun, Exciting and Safe experience we all follow a Code of Conduct. Below is the Day Camp Code of Conduct which staff and participants will follow while attend Town of Huntsville Day Camps. Please ready over and make sure that you and your camper understand the rules in the Code. Parents and Campers are expected to follow the Code of Conduct while in Town Camps.

As a Camper, I will:

  • Show respect to others and treat them as I would like to be treated.
  • Show respect to staff and cooperate fully with their instructions.
  • Camp Rules will be explained on the first day of camp.
  • Know the rules and follow all the rules of camp.
  • Respect the rights and beliefs of others and treat others with courtesy and consideration.
  • Communicate in an appropriate manner, which means I must not use foul language or gestures, harsh words or tone of voice.
  • Conduct myself responsibly. I understand that horseplay, bullying or other unkind behaviour are not allowed.
  • I understand that pushing, kicking, hitting or fighting are not acceptable and will not be tolerated.
  • Use program equipment, supplies and facilities properly
  • Respect the property of others!
  • Be fully responsible for my actions and understand that irresponsible behavior will result in disciplinary actions.

Any inappropriate behaviours may result in any or all of the following:

  1. Review of Behavior Expectations, Code of Conduct and Rules with Participant
  2. Coordinator meeting with parent/guardian to discuss behavior and consequences
  3. Dismissal from the program (may be immediate if behaviors interferes with other's ability to safely enjoy participation)
Procedures at camp

All campers and staff will wash/sanitize hands throughout when entering the camp location and regularly throughout the day.

Illness at Camp

If a camper or staff becomes ill or shows symptoms while at camp, the individuals will be separated from the group into a supervised are until they can be picked up by a parent/guardian or go home.

Parents are responsible for having their camper picked up within 1 hour of being notified that their child is ill/ and showing symptoms.

Refund Policy

A $20 administration fee per week of camp will be charged for any cancellation within 1 week of camp occurring.

Youth program details

2024 Summer Activity Package
Summer Activity Package
Behaviour expectations

Disruptive or uncooperative behavior spoils programs for everyone. Each parent and participant must sign a behavior expectation form. Participants who do not live up to expectations may be asked to leave program permanently.

When considering a recreation experience please consider the individuals needs, and that the recreation integrated setting may not be suitable for all persons with disabilities. Health and Safety of participants and staff is paramount, which could result in participants being denied access to the program.

Please note that the Town of Huntsville does not offer 1:1 support for youth programs or campers. Children who require an Educational Assistant at school or 1:1 support for success, are asked to provide their own caregiver at youth programs/camp. Please contact our Community Services Recreation staff for further information, to communicate your child’s needs and/or how to bring a caregiver for your child.

Participant Code of Conduct

In order for everyone to have a Fun, Exciting and Safe experience we all follow a Code of Conduct. Below is the Participant Code of Conduct which staff and participants will follow while attend Town of Huntsville youth programs. Please ready over and make sure that you and your participant understand the rules in the Code. Parents and participants are expected to follow the Code of Conduct while in Town programs.

As a participant, I will:

  • Show respect to others and treat them as I would like to be treated.
  • Show respect to staff and cooperate fully with their instructions.
  • Program Rules will be explained on the first day of a new program.
  • Know the rules and follow all the rules of the program.
  • Respect the rights and beliefs of others and treat others with courtesy and consideration.
  • Communicate in an appropriate manner, which means I must not use foul language or gestures, harsh words or tone of voice.
  • Conduct myself responsibly. I understand that horseplay, bullying or other unkind behaviour are not allowed.
  • I understand that pushing, kicking, hitting or fighting are not acceptable and will not be tolerated.
  • Use program equipment, supplies and facilities properly
  • Respect the property of others!
  • Be fully responsible for my actions and understand that irresponsible behavior will result in disciplinary actions.

Any inappropriate behaviours may result in any or all of the following:

  1. Review of Behavior Expectations, Code of Conduct and Rules with Participant.
  2. Coordinator meeting with parent/guardian to discuss behavior and consequences.
  3. Dismissal from the program (may be immediate if behaviors interferes with other's ability to safely enjoy participation).
Youth allergies & medications

If your participant has any allergies or requires any medication while at a youth program, please submit an  Allergy and Medication form.

Please note any medications that may need to be given while at a program needs to be in the original medication container, and must be prescribed by a doctor.

Youth illnesses & planned absences

What if my child does not feel well prior to a program or will be away a day?

  • Please keep sick children home, and call the Canada Summit Centre at 705-789-6421 to notify us that your child will be absent. Or email recreation staff.

What if my child does not feel well during program?

  • They will be separated from the group with supervision, and parents will be notified to pick up their child.
Refund policy
A $20 administration fee per program will be charged for any cancellation within 1 week of the program occurring. No refund will be issued once the program begins. 

Seasonal Activity Package

Cover photo for 2024 Spring Activity Package.

 

Get outside, get creative and get active this spring. Spring is in the air and the Town of Huntsville wants you to get active and explore your neighbourhood this spring. Use this Spring Activity Package to inspire you to try something new this season.

 

We encourage you to go through this package as a family and select activities that interest you and are within your abilities. Keeping our community safe is always our priority.

 

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  • Check your schedule
  • Register and pay for online
  • Pay an invoice

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Changes and cancellation

Changes to teen and youth programs may occur. Visit the activity menu for current information including changes or cancellations. You may also call the Canada Summit Centre customer service desk.