Our camps are a great place for your child to hang out, play skill-building games, and learn to climb in a safe, supervised and structured environment. We staff at a ratio of at least 1:5 so your child will be well supervised. Our counselors are all experienced camp leaders who love to interact with children.
MARCH BREAK CAMP 2017 $224.00/wk taxes included
March 13-17, 2017
9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily (extended hours available).
The Boiler Room March Break camp is a safe, structured, supervised, active camp of climbing and fun! Our leaders are all experienced camp counselors and climbers who love helping children learn and have fun. There will be at least 1 counselor for every 4 children. The program runs from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily. Extended hours are available from 8:00 am to 5:00pm for an extra charge of $37.29. Kids love this camp!
**Please note single day attendance may be possible based on full camp numbers. To join the waiting list, please contact us. Single day $50.00 taxes included.
Be sure to check out our Parents Need to Know page! If the weather permits, we'll be going outside for a walk or an outdoor activity each day, so make sure you send your child with appropriate cold-weather outdoor wear.
Summer Camp - Walls And Waves!
9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Day camp doesn't get any better than this! We partner with the City of Kingston Culture & Recreational Services Unit to offer a full-day, week long camp based on plenty of physical activity. We'll provide your child with indoor rock climbing every morning and swimming every afternoon at the ALL NEW Memorial Pool with the giant waterslide and water park! Extended hours (8:00am to 5:00pm) are available for an additional fee (see the City's website for extended care and general pricing).
Registration for Walls & Waves camp is done through the City of Kingston. Use the City of Kingston's on-line registration tool if you have an e-City PIN, or call 613.546.7998 ext 1700 to get your PIN. You can also register in person at Artillery Park Aquatic Centre or the Invista Centre.
*Please note that the kids walk from the Boiler Room to the Memorial Centre, so pack proper walking shoes