Winter Break Sports Camp

McGill Camps

McGill Winter Break Sports Camp

Ages 6 - 15
Registration for Winter Break Sports Camp 2024
(March 4 to 8) is now open!
Please note: registration must be done on a desktop computer using Google Chrome. For assistance or questions, please contact Client Services at info.athletics@mcgill.ca

Excellence

For 40 years, we have been committed to providing quality programming in a safe environment with a team of university-level animators and well-known facilities that are home to the McGill Martlets and Redbirds, as well as the Montreal Alouettes.

Community

We are a proud and dedicated member of the McGill and Montreal communities. We aim to foster a healthy lifestyle and love of sports that will exist beyond the walls of camp.

Positive experience

We believe that a memorable camp experience starts before your child sets foot in our building. From registration to the end of the camp season, we do our best to offer families and campers the best possible service and attention.

Diversity & Inclusion

We make sure all campers feel welcome and comfortable participating in all sports activities regardless of their skill level.

Respect

Similar to how our campers work together on the field, court or in the pool, we believe that respectful exchanges are fundamental to good sportsmanship and teamwork.

Personal growth

We strive to help our campers grow into the best versions of themselves by promoting essential skills through sports, such as leadership, teamwork and responsibility.

Physical literacy and wellness

We want to motivate our campers to stay active for their well-being. Through team-based activities, campers will learn more about different sports, gain confidence and engage in physical activity.

Our Program

The program is divided into three areas of specialization: sports, aquatics, and creative activities.
Badminton
Ball Hockey
Basketball
Arts & Crafts
Handball
Ultimate Frisbee
Tchouckball
Soccer
Soccer Baseball
Gagaball
Volleyball
Swimming
Yoga
Track & Field

Our Program

The program is divided into three areas of specialization (sports, aquatics, and creative activities) and is structured to accommodate camper age, aptitude, abilities and interests. In each area, instruction and supervised active play are built into the activity.

What to bring

Campers carry their backpack filled with their camp gear all day, so please pack light. We strongly suggest that electronic devices or other valuables not be brought to camp. Suggested items include:

General Information

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