Muddy Boot Prints will be hosting 3 weeks of summer camps this July for children aged 2.5 – 6 yrs. If you are curious about our program or registering for the fall term, this is a wonderful way to get to know us prior to September! Please note that a minimum registration of 2 days a week is required.
$100 2 days a week
$145 3 days a week
$175 4 days a week
$200 5 days a week
There is a siblings discount available of 10% off the second child.
Full payment is preferred at the time of registration however a non-refundable 50% deposit will secure your child’s spot with us. The remaining fees will be due no later than June 1st. If changes or withdrawals would like to be made, 30 days written notice from the beginning of your first camp is required. If written notice is offered after this time, the remaining fees are forfeited.
Classes will happen regardless of the weather.
Class Times are from 9am-12pm.
Each child is expected to pack their own snack, bring a water bottle half full of water, have sunscreen** and appropriate clothing. Please see ‘Ack! What to Wear‘ for our warm weather wear items.
**The teachers will have extra water with them and emergency sunscreen for children if necessary.
You can find each of these park locations in our Program Locations.
Bird Watching Week! July 3rd-6th Hastings Park, 9am-12pm (1 spot left on Thursday)
Sanctuary Pond is an amazing place to observe birds! Hummingbirds, Herons, and Mallards OH MY! During this week we will take time to learn a few of the different kinds of birds that live in Sanctuary Pond, what they eat and their bird calls. When we’re not learning about the local birds, we will be exploring the surrounding park and all that it has to offer! We will play tag underneath the Ferris Wheel and create pretend parties with dance performances and campfires at the stone steps. It will be a wonderful week of exploration that lets our imaginations soar wherever we want them to go.
Builder and Creator Week! July9th-13th, Renfrew Ravine, 9am-12pm ( Thursdays are full)
The Ravine is a magical place that has an exceptional area under the canopy of tall cedar and hemlock trees where we can build with sticks, string, fabric and clips whatever our hearts desire. There are large nurse logs to observe and climb, hills to run down and Still Creek is right next to us offering a peaceful backdrop of rushing water. Over the course of the week, we will have the opportunity to follow our interests in building structures with Miss Pat while basking in it’s shady trees during the hot summer weather.
Garden Harvest and Water Play! July 16th-20th, Trillium North Park, 9am-12pm (Tues, Wed, Thurs FULL!)
During this week we will be going to Strathcona Gardens to dig and harvest in Miss Belva’s garden bed, maybe dig up potatoes if they’re ready to make mashed potatoes with, eat sweet peas from the vine or pull a few carrots to wash off and eat! Other days, we may head up to the MacLean Park Water Park to cool off in the water park there. Children will be asked to bring bathing suits and towels with them. The teachers will help them carry their extra gear if necessary.