The Day Camp experience at the BGC is hard to beat!
The BGC Niagara offers fun and exciting day camps during the Winter Holiday, March Break week, and Summer Holiday. Activities include a variety of arts, crafts, indoor and outdoor recreational sports, cooperative games and guest speakers with a focus on developing confidence, resiliency, social skills, physical literacy, and friendship building (please note: some activities may not be available due to COVID-19/public health restrictions).
Our camp leaders are experienced and trained in Early Childhood Education, Concurrent Education, Child and Youth Care, and Recreation. All of our staff have Standard first aid and CPR level C training and have completed Vulnerable Sector Criminal Record Checks. Staff-to-child ratios are set to the Ministry’s recommendations to provide high-quality supervision and greater individual attention to each child.
Backpack & plastic bag
A full nut-free lunch (4 snacks)
Running shoes (no sandals)
Weather appropriate outdoor clothing
Extra set of clothing
Personal belongings (toys, electronics, etc) are not permitted at camp
Label all your child/children(s) belongings
IMPORTANT: Boys and Girls Club of Niagara is not responsible for any lost, broken, or stolen items.
Niagara Falls Centre – 905-357-2444 x219 or firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Catharines Centre – 905-937-1072 or email@example.com
EJ Freeland Community Centre, Fort Erie – 905-871-2592 x223 or firstname.lastname@example.org
All BGCN camps have a 3 day per week minimum.
Summer Camp 2022
Full Weeks begin July 4.
Week 1- July 4 to July 8 – GET IN THE GAME
Week 2- July 11 to July 15- GO GREEN
Week 3- July 18 to July 22 – WATER WORLD
Week 4- July 25 to July 29 – FEAR FACTOR
Week 5- August 1 to August 5 – ART IS MY GAME
Week 6- August 8 to August 12 – OUTSIDE THE BOX
Week 7- August 15 to August 19 – ADVENTURELAND
Week 8- August 22 to August 26 – S.T.E.M
Week 9- August 29 to September 2 – IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Things to Remember:
- Personal belongings (toys, electronics, etc) are not permitted at camp
- Label all your child/children(s) belongings
IMPORTANT: BGC Niagara is not responsible for any lost, broken, or stolen items.
Getting ready for camp? Don’t forget these essentials!
- Backpack & plastic bag
- A full nut-free lunch (4 snacks)
- Reusable/water bottle
- Running shoes (no sandals)
- Weather appropriate outdoor clothing
- Extra set of clothing
The BGC Niagara is committed to providing the highest standard of quality and safety in all camps and programs. To ensure we meet and exceed this commitment the BGC hires only qualified child and youth professionals with post-secondary education to deliver our programs. Also, to further ensure the program quality, the BGC is an accredited member of High Five. High Five established benchmarks for children’s recreation and sports programming based upon a child-focused, research-based quality framework.
The BGC Niagara requires fees for the camp week(s) to be paid in full 2 weeks in advance and/or submission of subsidy approval. We accept all forms of payment at all of our Centres.
Niagara Region Financial Assistance
A subsidy is available through Niagara Region Children’s Services. You can contact the Niagara Region at: 905-984-3750 or 1-800-263-7215 ext. 3897 to speak to a caseworker.
Please note: you must also apply online at www.niagararegion.ca/childcare prior to contacting the Niagara Region Children’s Services.
Boys and Girls Club Subsidy
The BGC Niagara provides programs at a subsidized rate for all children and families. The Club asks that you apply in writing expressing your wish for subsidy confirming that the applicant has applied for a regional subsidy, ProKids, and/or JumpStart. Please include what financial amount you would be able to contribute. All letters will be followed up and an appointment will be booked for those who meet the criteria. For the appointment, the Club may ask for financial statements to confirm the financial need. Please address the letter to the Centre Manager of the location you are wanting to register for camp.
Apply Online Today!
If you are requiring care please add your name to the Niagara Region’s OneHSN list (centralized childcare registry for the Region) and we will contact families as space permits.