March Break Adventure Day Camp


Join the fun at Ball’s Falls Conservation Area as children ages 4-11* are invited to join us for a week of fun, while totally immersed in nature!

Who: Campers ages 4-11 will get a chance to explore the forest, discover unique local heritage, learn outdoor survival skills, conduct winter science experiments, roast marshmallows over a campfire, and so much more.
*Campers who are 4 must have turned 4 on or before December 31, 2023 in order to participate in camp. This is in accordance with Ontario Junior Kindergarten registration guidelines

When: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., extended care available 8-9 a.m. and 3-4 p.m.

Where: Ball’s Falls Conservation Area, 3292 Sixth Ave, Lincoln, ON, L0R 1S0

March Break Camp is held at the beautiful Centre for Conservation, an award-winning, LEED Gold-certified facility, designed and built intentionally to have a limited impact on natural resources and our environment. This modern facility is fully accessible, with an expansive indoor space for activities, games, and creativity.

For more information:
programming@npca.ca or 905-788-3135 ext. 330


$180/week* Only full week registration available for March Break Camp. 
*$25 family discount on the second child when booking two or more children in the same camp.

Extended Care Fee

$12 per family/day (morning, afternoon or full day available)

Monday March 11 - Winter Animals

Campers will become nature detectives and use their clue-finding skills to look for life in the forest, discover how some animals adapt to the winter weather and how climate change is impacting our many animal friends

Tuesday March 12 - Trailblazing Tuesday

Do you have what it takes to blaze our trails and survive winter in Ontario? Campers will build winter fires and shelters, learn how to navigate with a map or compass and try out some archery to hone in on their survival skills

Wednesday March 13 - Wacky Weather Wednesday

This STEM (Science, technology, engineering and mathematics) based day will have campers exploring the science behind snow and ice. Campers will conduct frosty experiments and create a snowball launcher!

Thursday March 14 - Throwback Thursday

Step back in time and explore the history of the village of Glen Elgin. Campers will learn how our ancestors lived in the winter by making bannock bread, working at the blacksmith shop and exploring our heritage buildings.

Friday March 15 - Fantastic Friday

Spring is right around the corner, and this is something to celebrate! Our campers will finish off their week frolicking in the forest, tie dying an item of their choosing, and participating in fantastic fun and games!

Preparing for the Adventure:

  • Campers must come prepared for an action-packed day in the great outdoors. Backpacks should include:
  • Indoor and outdoor footwear (running shoes and warm, waterproof winter boots)
  • Litter-less and nut-free lunch and snacks
  • Refillable water bottle
  • Hat, gloves, scarf, snow/slush pants, extra socks, change of clothes, face mask (if desired)