Summer camps. Spring break camps. PD day camps. When school is out, the pool is the place to be. Our camps teach basic aquatics skills in a positive environment that is challenging and fun. Time is also spent on dryland activities each day.
Youth camps are co-ed and are suitable for children from 5 to 16 years old and are designed to engage swimmers of various experience and skill-levels. Swimmers are supervised an hour before camp, over the noon hour and for an hour after each camp. Lunch is not provided; campers need to bring their own lunch.
Aqua Troopers Camps
Aqua Troopers Camps combine the excitement of the pool environment with the fun of dryland games. Your child becomes more comfortable and confident in the water. Ages 5–8.
Aquatic Adventure Camps
With pool activities dry-land games, this recreational camp has something for everyone! Campers participate in aquatic activities like kayaking, practice swimming and Lifesaving Sport skills, and play on the log roll, water runner and inner tubes. The focus is on keeping participants ACTIVE and having FUN! Ages 8–12.
Leaders in Training
Leaders in Training Participants will learn about active supervision in a recreational setting, how to work with children of all ages, emergency first aid skills, and water safety skills in, on and around the water. They will also prepare for a job interview, develop a professional resume, receive a letter of reference and a certificate upon completion. Hands-on experience is gained throughout the camp. Ages 12–16.
Forms and waivers
Please print off and complete the forms. They will be collected during registration. If you are having problems viewing the forms or require more information before completing the forms, please call the appropriate contact for each camp.
The package includes:
Used to collect health and emergency contact information for all campers.
Allows photographs to be taken of campers participating in camp activities for possible use in MacEwan University sport camp promotions.
Consent, waiver and release by parent or guardian.
Camp behavioural expectations
Outlines expectations and responsibilities of participants.