March Break Camps & Drop-ins in Oakville & Burlington

Keeping things local this week? We’ve gathered a list of places that are offering special March Break drop-in activities and day camps for those looking to keep the kids busy.


Special March Break Camps – a different theme every day with lots of opportunities for crafts, outdoor play and learning in a fun environment.

City of Burlington
Drop-in programs, skating, day camp, swimming and more!

Burlington Public Library
Programs are FREE and NO SIGN UP is required unless noted. Fun activities offered at each library branch including Lego, storytimes, meeting birds of prey, marshmallow crafts, 3D art and more.

Museums of Burlington
Drop-in programs with various activities and crafts as well as a chance to learn about local history at both Ireland House and Joseph Brant Museum.

Amazing Adventures
Let the kids run and play all day!

Monkeynastix Burlington
Drop-in play that includes Monkeynastix lessons, sport development, arts & crafts, and team building games and activities.

4Cats Burlington
Explore various art media and take your piece home at the end of camp.


Bronte Creek Maple Syrup Festival
The maple syrup festivities are open to the public from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. every weekend in March and from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. daily through March Break.

Crackpot Studio
Create beautiful pottery and learn a new skill.

E-Bots – Educational Robotics
exploration and competition through a number of different options that explore the world of robotics using the LEGO Mindstorms kits and VEX robotics.

Bricks 4 Kidz
Teaches elementary school aged kids principles of science, technology, engineering, math and more using LEGO components.

SMiLeS Camp (St. Mildred’s Lightborn)
A traditional themed camp program offering daily variety (ie, sports, science, crafts, games, water play). Lunches made fresh daily onsite.

Oakville Galleries
Kids work on completing several artworks each day, including smaller pieces to take home and large studio-based group projects and learn new techniques.

YMCA of Oakville
Campers will participate in a wide range of activities including recreational swimming, sports and games, arts and crafts, rock climbing, theme days and special guests.

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