Winter Nature Day Camp - Winter Survival (Jan 2-3, ages 5-12)

Thu Jan 2 to Fri Jan 3, 2020, Toronto, ON

Thursday January 2nd - Friday January 3rd, 2020

Kids aged 5-12 are invited to start the new year with two full days of seasonal outdoor fun, led by the Humber Arboretum's Nature Interpreters. Give your child a chance to get outside and be active while they develop a lasting appreciation for the natural environment.

We'll explore the theme of winter survival, looking at animal tracks and signs, learning about warmth and shelter, and discovering all the wonder that winter has to offer!


Winter Nature Day Camp runs from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm. Before care (from 8:00 am) and aftercare (until 5:00 pm) is available for an additional fee.


Camp fee for both days- $110
Before care - $9 per day
Aftercare - $9 per day
Both before and aftercare - $15 per day


Humber Arboretum day camps are based out of the Centre for Urban Ecology, but campers spend most of their time outdoors making their own discoveries in the woodlands, meadows, and gardens of the Humber Arboretum. (At the back of Humber College North Campus, 205 Humber College Blvd, Toronto ON, M9W 5L7)

For more details and online registration, visit the Winter Nature Camp page on the Humber Arboretum website:

Humber Arboretum Nature Camp is accredited by the Ontario Camps Association


For more information:

Contact Name: Humber Arboretum
Phone: 416-675-5009
E-mail: arboretum (at)

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