Summer & PD Camps

 A Day in the Life of A Vivo Camper:

Welcome Ceremonies  Tribe-led Activities  Social LunchSkill Based Activities Play Your way 
Welcome Ceremonies Tribe-led Activities Collective Social Lunch Life-Skill Activities Play Your Way
Pep-rally-esque welcome ceremonies where all campers celebrate the week ahead, together! Work together, make new friends, and build team-work muscles! Eating brings us together - let it! Campers enjoy lunchtime all together - think mess-hall fun! Swim, climb, play outside and in! Build on your essential life-skills Choose the adventures your tribe will have all week, with guidance from your Camp Leader.



We believe it the power of play and the life-skills gained through it. This year we are working better together with campers to develop leadership, build confidence, and make friends by having them create their schedules! With the guidance of leaders, the campers will have a say in how they play at camps!


We’ve split camps into three age groups: [3-5] [5-8] [8-12]. All you need to do is find the weeks you want and choose the camp based on the age of your child! Simple, simple – because we know you have enough decisions to make!
*We see the ages overlap - if your 5-year-old is headed to Kindergarten, choose the younger group, if they are headed to Grade 1, choose the older group!


Remember play when you were a kid? Free, fun, simple? That’s where we are headed. Get back to basics this summer and play! All Campers will go swimming, climbing, play outdoors and in, flex leadership muscles, and make new friends. 




To complete the registration process please fill out and return the below forms to - ALL forms must be completed and submitted BEFORE the first day of camp. 

1 - Camp Participant Information Form
2 - Medication Record Form
3 - Unparented Access Orientation Form
4 - Talent Release
5 - Climbing Wall Waiver


Common Questions:

When and how do I submit forms?
Complete and submit Participant Information Form BEFORE the first day of camps

Where is sign-in & sign-out?

Camps  Sign-In and Out is in the RED GYM every week  8:45am -9:15am
Before Care  Sign-In is in the RED GYM every week  7:30am - 9:00am
After Care  Sign-Out is in OPEN PHYSIO every week  4:00pm - 5:30pm


What do we need to bring to camp?

  • lunch and morning/afternoon snack
  • water bottle
  • hat
  • sunscreen
  • swim attire (all camps go swimming)
  • comfortable shoes
  • weather appropriate clothing

What should we NOT bring to camp?

  • money
  • electronics
  • items of value
  • foods with nuts


Questions & Camper Requests

Questions and requests are welcome! Please email our Camp Specialists at

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