Children + Youth Camp U of T
Camp UofT


Welcome to Camp U of T, an innovative range of programs designed to promote healthy, active lifestyles for children

and youth!

Camp U of T Welcome

 Camp U of T offers two great sessions - one during the summer and another during March Break.


As part of the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education (KPE), Camp U of T
boasts a quality of instruction unmatched by other camp programs. Our sport instructors include senior
KPE students and members of U of T’s intercollegiate teams. Our Mini University instructors are senior
undergraduate or graduate students in education or the field of study in which they are instructing. All of our
staff members are committed to providing campers with the experience of a lifetime.

Camp U of T offers a safe, fun and inclusive environment that gives campers a broad range of experiences
and opportunities to try new things, make new friends and learn new ways to enjoy sport, recreation and

Camp U of T is also proud to host another Pan Am/Parapan Am Games Week in 2014. During the week
of July 7
, campers will have opportunities to learn about different Pan American and Caribbean cultures
while gaining an appreciation for healthy, active living in their sport leadership or mini university camps. The
countdown to the 2015 Pan Am/Para Pan Am Games in Toronto is on!

We are all looking forward to a very special 2014 summer here at Camp U of T. See you at camp!

Jen Leake,
Manager Children & Youth

Contact us:,  Main Office:  416-978-3436, ext. 0, Camp Desk:  416-978-3634 (July - August only)

Camper Information Package

Registered in camp for 2014?  We ask that all parents and guardians review the information package for information about packing for camp, getting to and from camp, lunches, swimming, health forms and other important information.

Camp U of T Information Package 2014 (word version)

Camp U of T will be operating as scheduled on Monday June 30. Although the University of Toronto is closed we have a great first day of camp planned and look forward to welcoming everyone this summer. 

Camp U of T Feedback
We want to hear your feedback about your experience at Camp U of T.  There are two surveys linked below.  One is meant for parents and guardians to give us feedback.  The other is for the campers to provide feedback; please ask your campers to complete the survey.

Parent/Guardian Feedback

Camper Feedback  

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Camp U of T Health Information
If your child has a health condition that may be applicable during their time at Camp U of T we ask that you complete the Health Information 2014 form.  This form is not mandatory for every camper and replaces the previous Camper Alert forms.

Camp U of T Inclusion + Support
Camp U of T strives to make camp an enjoyable experience for all campers.  If your child requires support to participate in a group setting due to their physical, mental or emotional development please review the information around Inclusion + Support

Parents of campers with exceptionalities are asked to complete the Intake + Support form.  This form replaces the previous Camper Alert form.  We appreciate your sharing information about your child and will only share the information with camp staff on a need to know basis.  If you have any questions please contact the Camp Directors at

ParaSport Camp - July 21 - 25
Are you curious about ParaSport activities?  Spaces are still remaining in Camp U of T programs for children ages 6 - 16.  Campers will explore boccia ball, sitting volleyball, track + field, roller sledge hockey and wheelchair games.  All equipment is provided.  Sample camp outline, camp is held at Varsity Centre. Campers of ALL abilities are welcome!

Ages 6 - 7 barcode 30542
Ages 8 - 12 barcode 30543
Ages 12 - 16 barcode 30544

Mini University  - Spaces available
Curious about Mini University?  These camps combine hands-on learning with daily physical activity for a week of fun!  Spaces are still remaining in many weeks; please note that grade levels are referring to the grade just completed.  Sample course overviews are below:

Around the World | Art | Business |Digital Media 1+ 2 |Health + the Human Body | Kinesiology Puzzles + Games

Camp U of T Positive Space

Camp U of T seeks to ensure that all children can enjoy being physically active!  Children with diverse gender identities and expressions and children from LGBTQ families are encouraged to join us August 11 - 15 for MiniSport(barcode 30788), MultiSport(barcode 30789) and Leadership (30790) camps. Allies are welcome!

Course descriptions, ages and prices

International Day of Happiness - Happy video
Thank you to everyone who participated in dancing on the Happy video during March break last week.  We hope that moving and physical activity are part of what makes you HAPPY every day!

Junior Blues Year Round Programs

Looking for something fun during the year?  Visit Junior Blues for year round programs in volleyball, dance, track and field, fencing, skating, gymnastics, aquatics and MORE!

If you would like to register for a Camp U of T program and you require accommodations due to a disability, please email us at and we will work with you to make appropriate arrangements.