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Discover adventure and have fun when school's out!

Registration for Summer Day Camps is open and continues until camps are full.

Summer Day Camp Guide

 

Recreation Surrey provides fun summer day camps for children aged 3 to 18. Our fully supervised camps are led by trained leaders and have safety plans in place.

Choose from weekly and some daily camps that run from July 4 to September 2. With our flexible payment option, pay 50% at registration and the balance the first day of camp.

 

Summer Day Camps

Discover adventure this summer with fun day camps.

Registration by phone is available. Call 604-501-5100, Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm and a customer service representative will be happy to help you.

In person registration is available at any Surrey Parks, Recreation & Culture facility during hours of operation. Bring your recreation passcard when you visit. 

If you need to cancel your registration, log in to your account and follow our How to Cancel Your Activity video.

Alternatively, you can call 604-501-5100, Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:30pm and Sundays from 9pm to 11pm and a customer service representative can cancel your registration for you.

If you no longer want to use your Recreation Pass, learn how to receive a refund.

If you are on the waitlist for a registered activity, please wait until you receive a confirmation call that a spot has become available. Waiting at the facility may not guarantee space in the activity.

Registration Tips

Be prepared for Summer Day Camp registration by following our registration tips including how-to videos, a step-by-step guide and answers to frequently asked questions.

Medical Information

Parents and caregivers are required to print the Medical Disclosure and Consent Form and complete applicable sections prior to their child's day first day of camp. 

If your child requires medication including an inhaler or EpiPen, please print out and complete the Prescribed and Non-Prescribed Medication Form and bring it with you the first day of camp. A doctor’s note is required for all non-prescribed medicine. 

Our Commitment to Keeping Kids Safe 

The safety of our children and staff is our top priority. Summer day camps will operate under safety plans developed in conjunction with the Fraser Health Authority, provincial mandates and Health and Safety Standards.

We will actively monitor our camps throughout the summer and may modify procedures as necessary. In addition, we may need to change sites or cancel camps if transmission rates go up or a community outbreak occurs.  We will immediately inform parents of any changes.

Based on the health guidance for schools and childcare programs, our plans include the following safety measures. These include:

  • Increased outdoor activities.
  • Routine and frequent environmental cleaning.
  • Explicit policy for children or staff who have the symptoms of a cold, flu, or COVID-19 with coughing or sneezing not to come to day camp.
  • Promote and educate on good hygiene and respiratory etiquette.
  • Hand washing will happen continuously throughout the day.
  • Children will have their own designated area for their belongings and will access in an orderly fashion.
  • No food sharing.