Registration open for Brock Recreation’s youth winter camps

Brock Recreation is preparing to bring back its youth winter camps from Jan. 3 to 6.

With three engaging camps to choose from — Aquatics, Sport School and Youth University — there are options available for a wide range of ages. The camps run from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m., with extended care options available.

“We set the bar high for our youth camps and the experience was offer our campers as they learn, develop friendships and have fun,” said Greg Zwiep, Program Manager, Brock Recreation. “Our winter camps provide flexibility for any family, and programming is led by our amazing Brock student instructors.”

Registration is now open for the following camps:

Aquatics Camp (Grades 1 to 8) and Junior Lifeguard (Grades 3 to 8): Join Brock’s lifeguarding team in the University’s Olympic-sized swimming pool. Campers will participate in a variety of water-based activities, while learning skills and knowledge from their instructors and lifeguards.

Youth University (Grades 2 to 8): A creative environment that explores invention and outdoor education. Campers will build robots, work with technology and get creative with art. Afternoons include outdoor recreation and swimming.

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

The cost is $50 a day and registration is available at or by phoning 905-688-5550 x3120.

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