The most fun, engaging and educational summer experience!  With 36 acres of activities and 11 themed exhibits including a petting zoo, Granary Road ensures that your child will stay entertained while enjoying the outdoors and keeping active. There is tons to do; from trampolines, giant animatronic frogs, an echolocation maze, and lily pad spinners to a petting zoo filled with adorable and loving animals including horses, alpacas, peacocks and pigs.

Campers will get to visit all the exhibits in the park, but focus will be placed on one of the following 4 options: Entomologist, Growers, Zoologist, or Environmentalists.  Each Camp will run twice throughout the summer, see below for dates and details!

9AM – 4PM



This camp is everything Bugs. Campers will explore our giant 4-storey Ant Farm, Arachnid Web, and Bee Hive. They will examine a real ant farm, a variety of different spiders, retired beehives, beekeeper tools, and will get to try on a beekeeper’s uniform.  Campers will hunt for bugs everyday! They will learn how to identify several types of bugs and will learn the importance of bugs in the ecosystem. If you have bug lover, then this is the camp for them!



This camp is perfect for the little gardeners in the family! It is all about plants, from learning about different crops to edible wild plants and all about growing them. Campers will get to plant seeds with our greenhouse supervisor and learn how to take care of them. They will visit our Greenhouse everyday, so they can see the changes that occur in plants over a brief period of time. They will examine a variety of live and preserved plants including mushrooms, fruit trees, corn, barley, canola, and wheat.



Calling all Animal Lovers! This camp is all about animals, campers will spend most of their time at the Farm Friends Petting Zoo. It is here that they will learn all about farm animals and how to care for them. They will receive an in-depth, behind the scenes tour of our farm.  They will help with morning and afternoon chores and will get to try their hand at collecting eggs up at our Chicken Coops.



Is your child concerned about the state of the environment? This camp is all about the health of the environment. Campers will learn about which animals and bugs tell us how healthy our ecosystem is. They will learn about how people influence the health of the environment and how they can help protect it. Campers will learn about plants and animals that have gone extinct and which are currently endangered.


Frequently Asked Questions

My child wants to attend the Granary Road camp, but they are either too young or too old. Is this okay?
While we’d love to accommodate all kids our camps are designed for specific ages to ensure that your child will get the most out of them!
What do I need to pack for my child?
Each Camper will receive a red Granary Road t-shirt as part of their camping experience but please send your child with weather appropriate clothing, sun screen, a hat, refillable water bottle, snacks and a lunch. We know that summer is a busy time, so Granary Road has both snack and lunch options available. Please see the Snack and Lunch order form for more information.
Is Granary Road a nut free facility?
Granary Road is not a nut free facility as we have multiple food vendors and a restaurant on site. We do ask that parents not send food that contains tree nuts or peanuts.
My child is on medication and requires someone to provide them with the appropriate dose. Is this possible?
Please ask for a Medical Release form from our staff and we will be able to assist you. All Campers are required to have a separate Medical Information Form filled out prior to starting camp. Staff will be able to care for EPI Pens and Inhalers if required.
What about inclement weather?
Rainy day? No problem! We have 2 pavilions, 11 learning kiosks, a 3 bay greenhouse, a 20 000 square food market and our Camp Directors to keep your Camper warm, dry and entertained!
I see you have a great Public Market, can I send my child with extra money to purchase items?
We ask that you take your child to visit our public market after Camp is over for the day. The market is open until 5:30pm on Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday.
Can I drop my child off early?
Our Camps start at 9:00am. We ask that your child arrives no earlier than 8:55am as there will be no supervision before then.
What if I’m late to pick my child up?
Campers need to be picked up at the end of Camp day, 4:00pm. While we understand that there can be delays in traffic, we ask parents to leave a bit early to accommodate for any unexpected circumstances. Late pick ups will result in extra charges, as we have to pay our staff to stay with your child.
What is your refund policy?
Should your plans change, and your child isn’t able to attend our Granary Road Summer Camps, please let us know as soon as possible. Refunds will not be permitted within 2 weeks of the Camp start.