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Parent & Toddler

Our Parent and Toddler program (campers in training!) allows you and your young one a chance to enjoy camp together! Kids ages 18 to 44 months experience a half-day of action packed camp programming.

Camp Fun With Your Toddler

Toddlers play in our dedicated and age-appropriate play centres at camp, and also enjoy many of our specialty activities throughout our beautiful country setting including a supervised, daily swim.

The camper in training program was a fun way to introduce my daughter to day camp. As a Camp Robin Hood Alumni, it was a nice way for me to introduce my daughter to a place that means so much to me.

- Steve L.

Choose The Days That Work For you!

For only $30/day, parents can schedule their toddler’s summer camp experience on the days that work best for them. Our experienced Early Childhood Education (ECE) teachers are ready to provide every family with an awesome and enriching time. Here is the program schedule:

Weeks: July 11th – August 18th

Days: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday

Times: 10AM – 12:30PM

A colourful graphic illustrating the activities and fun atmosphere at Camp Robin Hood

9:30 – 9:45 Arrival

9:45- 10:15 Water/Sand play, craft activity or bubble fun

10:15-10:30 Circle of Friends

10:35-10:50 Activity #1

10:55-11:30 Activity #2

11:30-11:40 Snack and change for swim

11:40-12:15 Swim

12:15-12:30 Lunch

12:30 Dismissal…See you next time!

Activities

Arts & Crafts
Campcraft
Canoeing
Dance
Farming/Gardening
Gymnastics
Kids Music*
Nature
Pearls of Wisdom
Petting Zoo
Playground
‘Sportball’*

Program Coordinators

Our coordinators bring to camp the kind of enthusiasm and energy that you could only hope for in your child’s first camp experience. They both have an extensive teaching background  and the experience necessary to ensure that your camper is having the time of his/her life. Have a question about camp? Shelly and Leanda are often your first point of contact with camp and definitely qualified to help!

Leanda Miller

Camper-In-Training Coordinator