Join TBGKids for an exciting week of nature fun! Kids will unplug and reconnect with nature in the Teaching Garden and Wilket Creek ravine and make nature crafts in TBG’s cozy nature classroom. All camps are peanut and tree nut free.
Busy schedule? Before and after care is available. TBGKids staff will provide supervision for free play and light recreational games, crafts and nature activities. Drop off campers as early as 8:30 a.m. and pick up as late as 4:45 p.m. Extended care not available for Animal Camp and Green Explorers Camp. $50 per camper, per week. Sign up for extended care when you register for camp.
Ecoleader-in-Training – New for 2016!
Nature-loving 14-to-17 year olds are encouraged to check out TBG’s Ecoleader-in-Training program, which trains teens to help deliver summer camps.
Is your little animal fascinated by wildlife? If so, this morning camp might be just the right fit. Spend some quality time outdoors with your child while we sing songs, explore the garden and create creature crafts.
July 4 to July 8, 9 a.m. to noon
[TG16ANIM] TBG Members $100, Public $125 SOLD OUT
Storybook Camp – ages 5 & 6
Do you love stories? Hop through the garden with Peter Rabbit, battle the devil’s snare with Harry Potter, unlock the Secret Garden with Mary Lennox and create your own storybook with your imagination. Campers will spend lots of time in the Teaching Garden as well as making crafts, playing games and enjoying stories in TBG’s cozy nature classroom.
July 11 to July 15, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
[TG16STOR] TBG Members $245, Public $270 SOLD OUT
Bug Camp – ages 5 & 6
Scuttle, hop, fly and crawl with TBGKids. Every morning is spent in the garden exploring the secret world of our favourite six-legged neighbours. Build a bug hotel, make friends with worms and chase butterflies as they flutter by.
July 25 to July 29, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
[TG16BUG] TBG Members $245, Public $270 SOLD OUT
Pollinator Camp – ages 5 & 6
Grab your net and join the bug hunt! If you dream of bees, hover around hummingbirds, and are mesmerized by monarchs, then you’ll love this camp. We’ll spend time in the garden every day exploring plants and catching bugs. Learn how flowers turn into fruit with the help of some amazing little creatures.
August 15 to August 19, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
[TG16POLL] TBG Members $245, Public $270 SOLD OUT
Claws and Paws Camp – ages 7 to 9
Explore your wild side! Learn how animals hunt and survive using adaptations through a multi-day game of Predator vs. Prey. Spend time outside exploring the ravine and looking for signs of wildlife.
July 18 to 22, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
[TG16PRED] TBG Members $245, Public $270 SOLD OUT
Farm-to-Table Camp – ages 7 to 9
How does a garden become a meal? With your help. Spend a week in the vegetable garden harvesting fresh ingredients, learning how to grow your own, creating delicious treats and making food art.
August 8 to 12, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
[TG16FARM] TBG Members $245, Public $270 REGISTER TODAY
Nature Art Camp – ages 7 to 9
This is a camp for budding artists and nature lovers. Create natural sculptures, paint in the garden and sketch the veins and lobes of leaves. Friends and family are invited to a gallery show at the end of the week.
August 22 to 26, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
[TG16ART] TBG Members $245, Public $270 SOLD OUT
Green Explorers – ages 10 to 13
Learn about Toronto’s secret underground rivers, explore TBG’s garden and the glass houses at Allan Gardens, bike the Lower Don Trail and learn how to become an ecoleader in your community.
August 2 to August 5, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
[TG16GREX] TBG Members $245, Public $270 REGISTER TODAY
Busy schedule? Before and after care is available. TBGKids staff will provide supervision for free play and light recreational games, crafts and nature activities. Drop off campers as early as 8:30 a.m. and pick up as late as 4:45 p.m. Extended care not available for Animal Camp and Green Explorers Camp. Sign up for extended care when you register for camp.
$50 per camper, per week. REGISTER TODAY
The Toronto Botanical Garden values accessibility and inclusion. Children with special needs are encouraged to participate, however TBG is not able to provide 1:1 support. Contact the Children’s Education Supervisor, Community Programs, for information on accessibility at the Toronto Botanical Garden. firstname.lastname@example.org