Summer Adventure Camp

June 19th Update - ON HOLD pending evolving COVID-19 guidelines


May 28th Update: Can we first say how sad we are to provide this update… it is with heavy hearts that we announce the cancellation of our summer adventure camp for 2020. The safety of our campers, their families and our staff is the priority. Full refunds will be provided to those who have registered. Please be patient as this will take a week or so to complete. If you paid online, the card used during registration will be credited, otherwise a cheque will be issued. We do hope to open our trails for passive use weeknights and weekends in the near future. We have heard from many of you and know that visits to Heartland Forest have been missed. We are working on blocking off our interactive play areas and the area surrounding the Nature Centre so when we do open it will just be for trail walks with reminders to use your bathroom before coming! From our hearts to yours – stay safe!

For Ages 5+

Monday-Friday 9am-4pm

Extended care available

8-9am $5 a day per child & 4-5pm $5 a day per child



Heartland Forest has offered an inclusive summer camp since 2011, from the very beginning it has been our mission to inspire kids with an interest in the natural environment and sports and recreation to learn and grow

Each week of camp is filled with Discovery! Children will be given the opportunity to experience various forms of:

• Sports and Recreation
• Team Building
• Nature Crafts
• Outdoor Cooking
• Wilderness Wonders
• Survival Skills
• Pond Exploration

• Campfires
• Outdoor Challenges
• An Outback Trek
• Experiments
• Obstacle Courses
• Marksmanship Skills
• Scavenger Hunts

*NOTICE – If you have a child with special needs please see below “Special Needs Campers”

We reserve the right to remove your child from camp if any special needs have not been declared prior to attending camp. This ensures the safety and well-being of all camp participants and enables your child to have the best camp experience.  Please note: food and insect allergies do not qualify as special needs.


Heartland Forest is proud to offer an inclusive summer camp. If your child has any level of special needs (identified or suspected: behavioural; communication; developmental; intellectual; physical; emotional; social) – you will require an interview. Heartland’s Adventure Camp utilizes trails and facilities located on 200 acres, the purpose of the interview is for parents to better understand what a typical week looks like at our camp, and for our staff to understand the needs and likes of your child.