The Province announced on January 3rd that we will be moving into Step Two of the Roadmap to Reopen Plan as of Wednesday January 5th at 12:01am. Step Two implements widespread measures and restrictions, including closures, to reduce the transmission and hospitalization of the COVID-19 virus. This closure affects all indoor sport and recreational facilities including arenas & community centres, the King Heritage & Cultural Centre and the King Township Municipal Centre. All indoor sport and recreation programming is also cancelled. Outdoor recreational amenities, ice rinks and hiking/walking trails will remain open with restrictions. This phase will last for a minimum of 21 days (until at least January 26th).
Summer Camp 2022 information coming soon!
Return to Camp - What to Expect
(Updated on October 18, 2021)
For everyone’s safety and comfort, please review the following information carefully prior to returning to a Township of King Camp Program. Registered camp participants will also receive an email prior to the start of your program(s) with additional information. Please ensure your PerfectMind account information is up to date.
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To help reduce the spread of COVID-19, King Camp programs will follow day camp guidelines released by the Ontario Ministry of Health and York Region Public Health. The Township of King reserves the right to cancel and/or amend its camp programs at its sole discretion at any time.
Camper’s safety is the first priority. Please note that participants who are unable to follow by these new guidelines (such as physical distancing & mask wearing) may be removed from camp for the safety of themselves and other participants. Each camp group will stay together for the entire week, and not interact with campers in other camp groups.
The quickest and easiest way to register is online
If Day Camps are cancelled under the direction and guidance of the Province of Ontario and/or York Region Public Health, full refunds will be issued.
The Township of King is committed to making our recreation programs accessible and supportive to individuals of all ability. The Township is pleased to offer several inclusive services to better support the community’s needs.
One-to-one staff can be provided for those that are eligible. We also encourage the involvement of support workers provided by families or other agencies for those with additional needs. Spaces are limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment. Please contact the Recreation Camps & Inclusion Coordinator at 905-833-5321 ext. 6563
For more information you can also look at our Inclusion Services page
Requests for changes and transfers will only be considered with a completed refund/transfer form and will only be accepted three business days prior to the start of the program. Changes and transfers are conditional on class and space availability in the program. Transfers cannot take place once camps have started.
All required camper information will be asked in the online questionnaire prior to camp registration and saved to the campers account. If you answered yes to the allergy or medication question a medication form will need to be completed.
Any changes to camper information form must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a proudly accredited organization from High Five® and Ontario Camps Association. As members we adhere to the highest standards of safety, supervision and quality programming as mandated by their Association’s Standards for operating a quality summer camp.
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