Winter Break Camps in Milton and Oakville

When it’s cold outside, do your kids still have the opportunity to join a camp that will keep them active and challenge them physically? At Dragon Taekwondo, they do. We’ve been the number one choice for martial arts instruction in Milton for ten years, and our winter break camps are very popular for many of the same reasons families are drawn to our regular classes. Discover our martial arts winter camps below.

What Sets Our Winter Camps for Kids Apart

No winter holiday camp for kids should be bland or focus on just one kind of activity. Our highly trained staff has put a great deal of thought and effort into creating a camp program that offers children more than just physical activities. We help children learn new skills, create new friendships, and challenge themselves in a safe and rewarding environment.

Plus, our Milton winter break camps don’t focus on just one activity. Your kid will get to experience a ton of Taekwondo, but they will also get to do a bunch of other enjoyable activities and visit other places. Our winter break camps in Milton and Oakville might do any of the following activities:

Why Choose Taekwondo Winter Break Camps for Kids?

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What makes Taekwondo a great option for a winter break camp for kids? It is a physically and mentally demanding sport that teaches children a huge range of skills. You can expect your children to come away from one of our Oakville winter break camps with more physical and mental skills that they can put to use elsewhere. We focus on these skills:

Perhaps because of our Taekwondo values, children will learn that hard work is the path to success, and challenging yourself is important to grow as a person. Few Milton winter camps for kids can boast the same attitude.

Winter Break Camps in Milton and Oakville

Are you looking for “winter camps near me?” You’ve found one of the best programs in Oakville and Milton at Dragon Taekwondo. Reach out today to discuss our winter camps for kids.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

We’re proud of how accomplished and well-trained our staff are. Their qualifications include experience in various martial arts and national Taekwondo competitions. Many are personal trainers. They may also have these certifications: First Aid/CPR-C Level certified, AI certified, NCCP accredited, and completion of the Canadian Centre for Child Protection Courses.

You can choose to attend as many days as you like during our winter break camps. There is a per day cost, or you can see some savings if you choose to attend for a week. Then, there are even more savings if you choose to attend for two weeks. Siblings also receive discounts.

We understand that things happen and you might need to be early or late to pick up your children. However, we also want to compensate our staff fairly if that happens. We need to charge for any time that we spend supervising your children, especially if our staff expect to be home already!

That depends on how many children have signed up to the winter camp on the specific day that your child is attending. If you reach out to us, we can tell you the specifics for when you child is attending our camps.

Our staff have certifications in CPR and child safety. They are adults who will be able to either handle minor injuries or know when to call an ambulance if a serious medical incident has occurred or might be occurring.

Safety is our first priority! We can only allow someone else to take your child home if you email us their full name and their valid ID. We will confirm their ID when they pick up your child. Please arrange this as ahead of time as possible.

Your child needs to bring their own lunch and snacks for the day. We are a nut-free facility and, also, children cannot bring mustard onto the premises. They will also need a refillable water bottle (we fill it), their pillow, blanket, and stuffed animals to sleep, and a change of clothes. If your child has their own Nerf gun and eye protection, they can bring those, too, although we have some they can borrow.

You can register and pay online here.

Our winter camp is intended for children who are aged 4-12 years old.

We have a straightforward cost schedule for our winter camps. First, the Milton location is HST exempt, so you do not have to worry about taxes.  We do charge HST for the Oakville location. Per day, the camp is $75. For one week, it is $275 ($25 in savings), and for two weeks, it is $499 ($101 in savings). The second sibling gets an additional $10 off the full week or the two-week price.

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