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Return to Camp Programs - What to Expect

(Updated on April 1, 2021)

Note: The following Return to Play guidelines will be in place for when programs and drop-ins are running.

For everyone’s safety and comfort, please review the following information carefully prior to returning to a Town of Aurora Camp Program. You will also receive an email prior to the start of your program(s) with additional information.

Pre-registration is required. Register online at e-PLAY

Program Modifications
  • Program capacities have been restricted so participants can maintain physical distance.
  • Physical distancing will be enforced at all times.
  • Activity tables and program equipment will be set up prior to program to ensure physical distancing is maintained at all times.
  • Where possible, equipment and material will be divided into kits/bins to ensure items are used exclusively by one individual or household.
  • After each program all equipment, tables and activity stations will be cleaned/disinfected before next use.
Facility Access & Participant Screening 
  • Access to all Town of Aurora Facilities is limited to those who have pre-registered for a program or drop-in.
  • Parents/guardians will arrive at the facility with their camper and complete sign-in, but then must leave the facility. At time of dismissal, parents/guardians will be allowed back into the facility to complete sign-out.
  • Pre-registration is required for all programs and activities. Visit e-PLAY to register online.
  • As a part of registration, participants will be asked a series of screening questions. If participants answer “yes” to any of the questions, they will not be permitted to enter a Town Facility.
  • Participants are asked to come dressed for their program as the use of change rooms is not permitted at this time.
  • Upon arrival to the facility for your scheduled program you will be met at the front entrance by a Facility Greeter. They will confirm your registration and ask the participant 1 affirmation screening question “When registering for the program, you answered screening questions in relation to COVID-19 symptoms and exposure. Have any of your responses to those questions changed?”. If the participant answer “yes” to any question, they will not be granted access to the facility. The participant must exit the building and contact their local health unit for next steps.
  • All Staff will also be pre-screening before entering any Town Facility each day.
Face Masks are Mandatory in all Town Facilities 
  • The Town of Aurora will follow all York Region guidelines for mandatory masks as outlined in The Regional Municipality of York Medical Officer of Health Instructions to Businesses and Organizations Currently Operating (under the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMCPA), R.S.O. 1990 and related Regulations).
Physical Distancing & Signage
  • There will be floor markings and signage throughout each facility to promote and maintain physical distancing.
  • Programming is modified and limited, to allow for staggered start and end times.
  • There will be one-way directional flow throughout the facility.
  • Participants are asked to arrive for their program no earlier than 15 minutes before their program start time and must leave the facility within 15 minutes of their program or activity ending.
Cleaning & Sanitization
  • High touch surface areas will be cleaned and sanitized between programs and activities throughout the day.
  • Program supplies and equipment will be cleaned and sanitized after each program
  • Individual program supplies will be provided when possible. 

Camp Programs

Ages 4 to 12 years

Camp Locations:

  • A.C.C. - Aurora Community Centre
  • A.F.L.C. - Aurora Family Leisure Complex
  • S.A.R.C. - Stronach Aurora Recreation Complex

Pre-registration is required. Register online at e-PLAY

Camp Programs

The Town of Aurora's Community Services Department strives to provide 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.
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 (for any camper 5 years and older) 
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 or Winterfest Camp, please contact the Community Programmer at prior to registering. To learn more, visit our Inclusion Services webpage

Summer Camps

Summer Camps 2021 is in the books! Thank you to all of our campers, families and staff for an amazing season. From in-person camps, to Play in the Park sessions, Camp in a Bag kits and our virtual programs, it was a summer to remember. Looking forward to seeing everyone in Summer 2022!

Play in the Park

Play in the Park has wrapped up for Summer 2021. No dates at this time for the next season.

Camp in a Bag

Camp in a Bag has wrapped up for Summer 2021. No dates at this time for the next season.


Julie Stephenson
Community Programmer
905-727-3123 ext. 3121
Email Julie Stephenson

Chiara Walsh
Community Programmer
905-727-3123 ext. 3528
Email Chiara Walsh

Register Online