2024 Day Camps - July 15th - 19th

Mon. Jul 15, 2024 at 9:00am - Fri. Jul 19, 2024 at 4:00pm MDT
All Ages
84 days away
60.00 CAD $ - 290.00 CAD $
All Ages
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84 days away
60.00 CAD $ - 290.00 CAD $
All Ages
Event Description

Play! Learn! Discover! Ready for a week of adventure? Day Camps are back at Fort Edmonton Park. Your child can now embark on a historic journey through our immersive, fun and unique summer programs. With four distinct eras and the new Indigenous Peoples Experience to explore, your camper will create lasting memories with new friends. Let your summer adventure begin!


Week 3 - July 15th - 19th 2024


9am to 4pm



  • Summertime Christmas (6 - 9 years) $290 +GST

  • History Whodunit! (7-10 years) $290 +GST

  • Our Land, Our Stories (8-11 years) $290 +GST


*Addition of Before and After Care for $30 for week, must pre-register as an add-on




Summertime Christmas (6-9 years) PIONEER - $290 +GST


Keep the spirit of Christmas throughout the year by celebrating with Fort Edmonton Park this summer. Campers will experience the seasonal traditions and explore how early Edmontonians celebrated with customs from around the world. Hands-on activities include: baking festive treats like gingerbread and cocoa from scratch, designing stockings to hang by the chimney and building old-fashion toys. Join us for a jolly good time.


History Whodunit! (7-10 years) PARKWIDE - $290 +GST


An evil time-bandit is messing with history and needs to be set straight. Campers - History Heroes - will need to conduct interviews with characters from Edmonton’s past and discover clues to right this dreadful wrong. Participants will create their own detective tools and keep track of all the important facts in their top secret files. It will require code cracking and other special tricks of the trade. Best suited to inquisitive and cunning junior historians.


Our Land, Our Stories (8-11 years) - FORT/IPE- $290 +GST


There is meaning in everything. From language, to family, to how we see the world, nature connects every part of life. Exploring both inside and outside of the Indigenous Peoples Experience, campers will discover how the living natural world is foundational to First Nations, Inuit and Métis ways of understanding through land-based learning activities. From the indigenous world view, everything has a purpose, teachings or learning: there is meaning in everything.

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Pre-Camp and Post-Camp Care Add-On 60.00 CAD $
Summertime Christmas (6 - 9 years) + More Details 290.00 CAD $
History Whodunit! (7-10 years) + More Details 290.00 CAD $
Our Land, Our Stories (8-11 years) + More Details 290.00 CAD $
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Field Trip - Park 7000 143 St NW
Edmonton, AB T5J2R7
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