Summer camps

Camp Goodtimes provides a fun, recreational and safety-focused experience for campers.

Protecting the health, safety and well-being of our campers and camp community remains our top priority. The Canadian Cancer Society is working in collaboration with hospital partners in pediatric oncology, facility partners and public health officials to establish plans around screening, testing, vaccination, and capacities to best protect our campers from COVID-19. We may go above and beyond public health guidelines to best protect those living with and beyond cancer. In the event that we cannot run overnight kids and youth programming we will shift our operations to family programs only.

At Camp Goodtimes, campers and families have the opportunity to participate in traditional camp activities while receiving care from staff and our 24-hour medical team. Thanks to the generosity of our donors, all programs are offered free of charge. Find out which summer program is the best fit for you and your family below.

Kids Camp (ages 7-15)

Kids Camp offers unforgettable opportunities for children to take part in fun outdoor recreation and activities, helping them see beyond the limits of their cancer diagnosis. Learn more

Teen Camp (ages 15-18)

Teen Camp offers unique and enriching recreational experiences for youth who have had a cancer diagnosis, and a chance connect with peers while enjoying all that nature has to offer. Learn more

Family Camp

Family Camp provides an opportunity for families with a child diagnosed with cancer to reconnect, have fun and connect with a community who share similar experiences. Learn more

Leaders in Training (ages 16-18)

Our Leaders in Training program provides an opportunity for youth to foster and grow their leadership skills for both in-camp and real-life situations. Learn more

The Exploration Project (ages 18-20)

The Exploration Project provides an opportunity for youth to come together in a group setting to explore themselves and gain tangible life skills. Learn more