Limited spaces available for Brock Winter Camps

Brock University’s engaging Winter Camps are around the corner. From springboard diving to outdoor adventures, there is something for everyone. 

“Our Winter Camps are designed to engage kids with an active environment while enhancing curious minds,” said Program Manager Michelle Leone.

The camps run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 2 to 4 with extended care options available throughout the week. They’re led by engaging staff who are Brock students with a passion for learning and contagious enthusiasm, said Leone.

“They create a community you can feel and they help all campers build a sense of belonging here at Brock,” she said. “We have a great variety of camps to keep children active and busy during the holiday break.”

There are three types of camps to amuse kids in a fun learning environment:

Sports School (Grades 1-8): Includes athletic activities such as floor hockey, basketball, volleyball, handball and racquet sports. Afternoons are dedicated to outdoor recreation and swimming.

Aquatics Camp (Grades 1-8): Featuring activities in Brock’s aquatics centre with diving, lifeguarding, aqua-sport or synchronized swimming lessons. This environment is a fun-filled setting focusing on technical improvement.

Youth University (Grades 2-8): A creative environment that explores invention and outdoor education. Campers will dive into the makerspace and get creative with art. Afternoons include outdoor recreation and swimming.

The cost is $40 a day and registration is available at or by phoning 905-688-5550 x3120.

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