A Safe Space For Your Children To Play
Welcome to Camp Celiac, a unique summer camp program where children with Celiac and gluten sensitivities can explore their independence while enjoying a fun-filled, worry-free experience!
For campers ages 7-16, the week long opportunity is exactly what a summer camp should be, with one big difference: the entire food service program is Gluten Free! This is an integrated program that allows campers with and without gluten challenges to take part in an unforgettable adventure together.
Building Friendships & Confidence
On land and water, every day is an adventure. Campers will enjoy a mix of rotational activities and electives, thus providing campers of ages 7-16 with an incredible range of stimulating and creative options.
Fun for All
For kids who like the ground under their feet they can enjoy programs in this area, which include:
Archery, Eco Adventure, Survival, Ball Hockey, Disk Golf, Outdoor Living Skills, Pickle Ball, Basketball, Volleyball, and Yoga.
IN THE ARTS
Creativity on Overdrive
Our amazing Arts program is an integral part of life at Camp Celiac. Kids can take part in some of the following Art based program options:
Arts & Crafts, Fine Arts, Bracellet Making, Photography, Rec Dance, Drama, Rhythm & Drums, and Guitar.
It's Wet and Wild
Our wide range of water programs give kids the opportunity to explore and push themselves to experience new things. Program options on the water include:
Canoe, Kayak, Board Surf, Fishing, Water Polo, Water Trampoline, and of course, Swimming.
TRIPPING, TREKS & CHALLENGES
Creating a Culture of Grit
All campers have the opportunity to embark on an overnight camping trip with their cabin mates. In addition to this amazing experience, for all of our thrill seeking campers, they will have to opportunity to try the following adventure sports:
Climbing, High Ropes, Low Ropes, Initiatives, and Trailblazing.
CAMP CELIAC FEATURED IN THE CANADIAN CELIAC PODCAST
On this episode I’m at the Gluten Free Garage, which is large food show in Toronto. I’ve attended the show previously with the podcast, but this year, I was helping at the booth for the Canadian Celiac Association. The CCA booth was a place for attendees to drop off gluten free food donations. This is something that was done in previous years by Jessica Danford, but she wasn’t able to be at the event this year, and the CCA was happy to help. If you would like more information on gluten free food donation, visit the CCA’s website www.celiac.ca and search Save Me For Gluten Free.