Day Camps

Together, our summer

Have your camper spend the summer with us and make it a summer to remember! The YMCA day camps offer a variety of programs for different age groups and interests. Games, sports, artistic activities, theme weeks, weekly outings, and more—we have something for everyone! 

Our programs welcome children between the ages of 3 and 17. They provide an excellent opportunity to build self-confidence, learn new skills and healthy habits, become more independent, and most of all have fun and make new friends.

Summer 2021 | Gradual opening of registrations

Following Public Health’s permission to hold day camps this summer, we are working hard to propose several camp locations to you shortly.

For now, we can only confirm that we will hold a camp at Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, at Pointe-Saint-Charles , in the Mile End (Du Parc YMCA), at Québec city (Saint Roch neighbourhood) and at Westmount.

Registration will start:

  • on March 17 for our Notre-Dame-de-Grâce camp,
  • on March 24 for our camp at Pointe-Saint-Charles and in the Mile End (Du Parc YMCA),
  • on March 31 for our camp at Westmount,
  • on April 12 for our Québec city camp.

We will provide more information on the other camps as soon as possible. You can sign up here to receive email updates!

Select how you want to find a camp

All YMCA day camps meet the Association des camps du Québec’s highest quality and safety standards and feature physical literacy programming that encourages campers to love being active, no matter what their skills may be!

Need advice on choosing a camp? Our team is here to help! Write us at ​ or call us at: +1 833 505-9622 (outside Montréal) or at 514 687-9622 (Montréal).

Financial assistance

All kids should have a chance to experience the magic of camp, no matter their financial situation. This is why our financial assistance program can cover a part of camp fees if you cannot afford to pay the full amount.

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Tax credit

Some fees are eligible for tax credits for child care expense and children’s physical activities. Certain conditions apply.


I love my camp...

...for so many reasons!

Aside from having an unforgettable experience, children who go to summer camp

  • have more self-confidence
  • are more autonomous
  • have an easier time making friends
  • have greater environmental awareness
  • and are more inclined to take part in physical activities

Results of a five-year Canada-wide study by the University of Waterloo