Parents’ Information Session
Parents of campers are invited to an informative, non-compulsory meeting on Wednesday, June 13th. We will tour the facility, take a look at a typical day at camp, and give some tips to be better prepared for a stay at Camp Altitude Gym. It’s also the perfect place to meet the camp counsellors!
What to Bring
I’m going to Camp Altitude and I bring…
- A pair of indoor running shoes
- Comfortable and stretchy clothing (dresses and skirts not recommended)
- A bottle of water
- A healthy cold lunch without peanuts or nuts (microwave oven not available)
- Two healthy snacks, peanut and nut free
- An ice pack in my lunch box (refrigerator not available)
In summer, I add…
- A hat
- A bathing suit
- A beach towel
- Magma campers only:
- My climbing shoes
- My chalk bag
In winter, I don’t forget…
- My snow suit
- My mittens, hat and scarf
Psst! Did you know that Camp Altitude offers a meal and snack service? Scroll to the Meal Service section to learn more!
Child Care Service
Camp Altitude Gym offers all its campers a morning and evening daycare service, included with their registration. This is a period of free, non-directed play during which children are invited to play with the materials provided. Child care staff will ensure that all games are played safely. Campers may bring a book or toy from home, but they will have to pack it in their bag when the activities begin and leave it there until the end of the scheduled activities. That way, it won’t get lost in the gym! We do not recommend bringing electronic devices (cell phones, portable game consoles, etc.) to the day camp.
From 7:30 to 9 a.m. and from 4 to 5:30 p.m., our friendly staff are ready to welcome you on each day of camp. When you arrive, they will ask you to sign the attendance sheet to certify your child’s presence. It’s also a perfect opportunity to mention special instructions for the day, such as early departure. In the evening, you will need to bring with you a piece of ID to pick up your child.
Aside from the amazing climbing activities, the impressive surroundings and the magical camp counselors, do you know what’s great about Camp Altitude? You can take a lunch box break by entrusting our chef with the preparation of your child’s meals and snacks.
You have the option of a full week at $42.50 or a few days only at $9.95 each. Our balanced menu is made up of cold meals to allow for a maximum of picnics and is approved by a dietitian, as required by the Association des camps du Québec of which Camp Altitude Gym is a certified member. In addition, a vegetarian option is always available.
Download the 2018 summer camp menu! You may order meals through the registration form.
Wednesday is when we break routine and go out! The bus leaves at 9 a.m. and returns at 4 p.m. Our destination: Altitude Gym Kanata!
Taxes not included.
Prices are subject to change.
No refunds on meals.