In compliance with provincial restriction, and in an attempt to stop the spread of COVID-19, the Town of Innisfail will not be offering summer camps in 2021. Town of Innisfail programs remain limited at this time.
Engage in nine weeks of summer camp fun at the Innisfail Arena, planned for new and returning camper’s ages 5 to 12 years.
Choose one or all of our various camps designed to cater to many different interests and types of camper. It’s our mission to make sure that children are kept safe, engaged and active this summer.
What Day Campers need to bring…
To ensure that your child has the best experience possible, your camper is required to have a backpack labelled with his/her name, a lunch (unless otherwise advised), water bottle, plus footwear/clothing suitable for variety of indoor and outdoor activities. We provide sun screen and bug spray.
When registering for Day Camps…
As part of the registration process, you will be prompted to provide information about your child. Please provide as much relevant information as possible and ensure that you specify up-to-date daily and emergency contacts. This is required on your child’s customer profile when registering.
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Day Camp Before & After Care
Parents/guardians with conflicting schedules can drop children off 30-minutes early and have him/her stay 30-minutes after camp.
$20 – $25 • Innisfail Arena Meeting Room
8:30 to 9 a.m.and 4 to 4:30 p.m.
PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOU ARE REGISTERING FOR THE SAME CAMP WEEK!
Summer Day Camp, Ages 5 - 12
With a morning start at the Innisfail Arena, engage in nine weeks of summer camp fun planned for new and returning campers ages 5 to 12 years. Choose one or all of our various camps designed to cater to many different interests and types of camperl. Our priority is to make sure that children are kept safe, engaged and active this summer
Monday to Friday (no camp on stat holidays)
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
High Five: Leaders In Training LIT Program
The benefits of becoming a Summer Day Camp Leader In Training…
Develop leadership and employment skills for future job opportunities, while being actively engaged in your community. Volunteering with our Summer Day Camps is a great opportunity to do something positive, fun and active over the summer break with the potential to receive a reference letter and evaluation from our Day Camp Coordinator. It can be a true asset for future employment or post-secondary applications.
- Receive a nationally recognized High Five certification at no cost with your commitment to volunteer as a Day Camp Leader for a minimum of two weeks.
- Develop leadership and employment skills for future job opportunities.
- Receive a reference letter from our Day Camp Coordinator; an asset for future employment or post-secondary applications.
- Do something fun and active during summer-break in your own town.
- Each camp week includes a one-day field trip to a fun location.
Camps run from July 3 through to August 31
For more information call 403-227-3376 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Have questions? Call the Recreation Program Coordinator at 403-227-3376.
Other Summer Camp Opportunities
The following organizations offer summer camps – some have a subsidized program. For detailed information on these camps call the number listed or visit their website.
THE SALVATION ARMY PINE LAKE CAMP
Red Deer Church & Community Services
4837-54 St, Red Deer, AB