Spend March Break with the City of Cambridge! 


Looking for something for the kids  to do everyday of March Break? Our five-day camps offer full days of fun and games for children and teens. 

City of Cambridge camp staff are certified in Standard First Aid, CPR C & AED, High Five Principles Healthy Child Development and receive training on emergency procedures, safety and program planning.

If you have any questions regarding City of Cambridge camp programs, please contact the Recreation Coordinator, Child and Youth at (519) 623-1340 ext 4554.

New! Specialty Camps

Esports Gaming Camp - Minecraft 34209

Esports camp will combine game acquisition, fitness and nutrition, game settings, and team building as trained staff will demonstrate and share knowledge of the popular Minecraft video game.

Sport and Skating Camp 34069

Led by a professional skating instructor and with the assistance of our camp leaders, participants will receive on ice skating instruction each day.

Kinder Camp
Location and activity number
LocationActivity Number
W.G. Johnson Centre 34055
John Dolson Centre 34071
Tykes, Junior & Senior (6-12 years old)
Location and activity number
LocationActivity Number
Hespeler Scout House 34070
John Dolson Centre 34072


Both the W.G. Johnson Centre and the John Dolson Centre are running drop-in swims throughout March Break.  See swim schedules for specific times. Regular pay as you go fees apply.


Many of our arenas are offering public skates throughout March Break. Register in advance to secure your spot. Skinny and Ticket skate options are available.

Galt Arena Gardens
Galt Arena Gardens public skating schedule
Noon Skate Mar 14 to 18 12 to 2 p.m.
Public Skate Mar 17 5 to 6 p.m.
 Hespeler Memorial Arena
Hespeler Memorial Arena public skating schedule
Noon Skate Mar 15 & 17 12 to 2 p.m.

Please note, there are no public skates at, Karl Homuth, Preston Auditorium or Dickson Arena during March Break.


Do you want to work for the City of Cambridge?  We hire Instructor/Lifeguard, Assistant Instructor and Activities Leaders.  Get certified by registering today for our leadership courses.  March Break programming available.


Youth volunteers (11 to 18 yrs) are needed. Working with local artist and visual arts instructor Kari Mullin youth volunteers will contribute to the completion of an individual and collaborative art piece to be displayed at Cambridge City Hall during Youth Arts Week, May 1 to 7.  Participants will engage in the learning and use of print making to create a personalized t-shirt and a collaborative piece with a theme of belonging.  Please contact the Youth Recreation Coordinator at youth@cambridge.ca for further information related to this volunteer opportunity.