Registered Programs - Thank you for your registration. Please note that due to staffing shortages at this time, your program may be impacted. This may result in cancelled classes that are unable to be rescheduled and/or the cancellation of the entire program. The Town will make every reasonable effort to ensure shift coverage where possible in efforts to maintain program quality standards. In the event of any unforeseen cancellations, participants will be communicated with as much notice as possible and will receive credits to their account where applicable. Refunds will be made available upon request. Thank you for your understanding and we do apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.


P.A. Day Camps

Ready to have a blast? Join us on your P.A. Day for fun, excitement and lots of laughs!

Registered Programs - Pre-registration is required for registered programs. Register online at e-PLAY or pay in-person at one of our recreation facilities (A.F.L.C. or S.A.R.C.).

P.A. Day Program Information

The Town of Aurora's Community Services Department strives to provide a fun and safe camp experience for all campers! All our Camps are NUT AWARE, please do not send your camper with any products that contain or may contain any nuts. 

You will receive a pre-camp email prior to your camp program with all the details you will need. Please ensure your e-PLAY account is up-to-date with your correct email address.

Camp Locations

Camp Locations

  • A.C.C. - Aurora Community Centre
  • A.F.L.C. - Aurora Family Leisure Complex
  • S.A.R.C. - Stronach Aurora Recreation Complex
Drop-off & Pick-up Times

Drop-off & Pick-up Times

Drop-off and pick-up must occur during the below designated times.

  • Drop-off - 8:30 a.m. to 9 a.m.
  • Pick-up - 4 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
P.A. Day Camps - Fall 2023

Registration Dates

  • Residents – August 14
  • Non-Residents – August 21

P.A. Day Camp Programs - Fall 2023


Winterfest Camps

School is out for the holidays!

Winterfest Camps - Winter 2023

Registration Dates

  • Residents – August 14
  • Non-Residents – August 21

Winterfest Camp Programs - Winter 2023


Camp Programs

Join us for an exciting day full of fun camp activities and adventures!

ePACT Network - Camper Information

Town of Aurora Summer Camps are proud to announce the adoption of ePACT Network, a health and safety software to better support all our members and make it easier to submit critical data securely! ePACT is a secure digital solution that allows you to quickly share the health and emergency information we need, and also provides us with powerful communication tools to ensure we have a way to message you in the event of an illness, injury, or larger scale emergency. ePACT also offers health screening and contactless check-in tools, ensuring we can properly mitigate risks of exposure to COVID-19.

Why are we using ePACT?

  • To save you time – With ePACT, you only need to complete your child’s information once, and then verify that it is still correct for additional programs or subsequent years (which can be done in just two minutes)! And if you need to update something quickly, just log-in and update it and we'll be notified immediately.
  • To eliminate high-touch processes – Collecting data electronically and checking members in/out using contactless methods that ePACT offers means a significant reduction in close human contact and shared items like pens and paper sheets.
  • For better security and privacy – ePACT's high encryption levels and commitment to security means your data on ePACT is safe. ePACT allows us to limit and track access.

How does it work?

  • You’ll receive an email invite to share information with Town of Aurora Summer Camps.
  • Click “Complete Request” to create a free account, or log-in if you already have an existing ePACT account.
  • Enter the required information, like medical conditions, and share it with Town of Aurora Summer Camps so that program staff have access.

ePACT makes it far easier for you to share emergency information with us, while also ensuring we have access to records anytime, anywhere with the mobile app – even without an internet connection. Rest assured that you always own your account and the information in it. Have questions or feedback? Please email our Customer Service staff or visit one of these helpful ePACT websites:

Camp Program Information

The Town of Aurora's Community Services Department strives to provide a fun and safe camp experience for all campers! All our Camps are NUT AWARE, please do not send your camper with any products that contain or may contain any nuts. 

You will receive a pre-camp email prior to your camp program with all the details you will need. Please ensure your e-PLAY account is up to date with your correct email address.

Communication

Parents/Guardians will receive email communication the Thursday before camp begins regarding any necessary information. Please be sure to update your contact information in your e-PLAY account.

Ages of Participants

The Town of Aurora follows all regulations associated with the Child Care and Early Years Act pertaining to camp. Due to this, all children must be 4 years of age by the start of the designated camp program. This means that children who are turning 4 years of age after the start of the camp (even if only by a few days) cannot participate until the day they turn 4. Currently, we are unable to offer camps to children 3 years or younger and no exceptions will be made.

What to Bring

Please send your camper with the following items:

  • A nut free lunch and 2 snacks
  • Plenty of water
  • Indoor shoes
  • Appropriate clothing for outdoor play
  • 2 masks
Camp Staff
The Town of Aurora Camps are run by highly energetic and enthusiastic staff. Town of Aurora Camp Staff are all trained in Standard First Aid & CPR C, AED, AODA and have a satisfactory Police Vulnerable Sector Check.
1:1 Support
For more information on 1:1 support for a P.A. Day Camp, Winterfest Camp or March Break Camp, please email Marco De Benedictis (Community Programmer) prior to registering. To learn more, visit our Inclusion Services webpage
Camp Locations

Camp Locations

  • A.C.C. – Aurora Community Centre
    1 Community Centre Lane
    905-841-2371 
  • A.F.L.C. – Aurora Family Leisure Complex
    135 Industrial Parkway N.
    905-841-7529 
  • A.S.C. – Aurora Seniors’ Centre
    90 John West Way
    905-726-4767 
  • S.A.R.C. – Stronach Aurora Recreation Complex
    1400 Wellington St. E.
    905-726-4770
  • Norm Wellar Park
    250 McClellan Way
  • Lambert Wilson Park
    1 Community Centre Lane 
  • Sheppard’s Bush
    93 Industrial Pkwy S.
  • Aurora Sports Dome
    115 Industrial Pkwy N.
    905-727-2552
Drop-off & Pick-up Times

Drop-off & Pick-up Times – Town of Aurora Camps

Drop-off and pick-up must occur during the below designated times.

  • Drop-off - 8:30 a.m. to 9 a.m.
  • Pick-up - 4 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Drop-off & Pick-up Times – Service Provider Camps

Drop-off and pick-up must occur during the below designated times.

  • Drop-off - 9 a.m. to 9:15 a.m.
  • Pick-up - 3:45 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Absent Campers

Families are asked to email our Camps staff to inform them of an absent camper. This email should include the camper’s name, date and camp location. If a family does not have access to email, they can phone our Customer Service staff to notify us of the absent camper. Please call 905-726-4770 or 905-841-7529 for assistance.

Camp Refund & Withdrawal Policy

For full details on our Camp refund and withdrawal policy, please check out our Program Guide webpage.


March Break Camps

See you during March Break 2024!


Summer Camps

Summer Camps 2023 was amazing! Thank you to all of our campers, families and staff for a wonderful season. Looking forward to seeing everyone in Summer 2024.


Contact

Marco DeBenedictis
Community Programmer
365-500-3163
Email Marco DeBenedictis

Remy Slapsys
Community Programmer
365-500-3162
Email Remy Slapsys

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