COVID-19: Information for Summer Camps

We’re excited to offer a safe environment for kids to connect, learn and play again this summer! To learn more about day camp plans, dates, prices and other details, please visit our Summer Camp webpage

Pine camps will adhere to provincial and municipal public health guidelines as they continue to evolve. You can check back here for the latest updates on Covid-19 related plans and policies for Summer Camp.

Please review the below Handbook for the most updated information:

Last updated: July 7th, 2021


Covid-19 Online Screening Form

Please complete a Covid-19 screening form at home every morning before camp and bring proof of submission with you to the field! Upon submitting the form, a confirmation email will be sent to the email you’ve provided.


Staff will confirm the date that the confirmation email was sent at drop-off (screening must be done every day before camp). Any participants who arrive to program without a screening confirmation email will be screened on site upon arrival.


Please keep them home and email to let us know the reason for their absence.

Consult Toronto Public Health’s Decision Tool for Day Camp Attendees for further guidance.

– Updated June 17, 2021

Please refer to Toronto Public Health’s Decision Tool for Day Camp Attendees to determine when your child can return to camp.

***Returning to Camp – Confirmation Form REQUIRED***

  • Caregivers must complete Toronto Public Health’s Return to Day Camp Confirmation Form and email it to before returning to camp.
  • No medical note is required.

– Updated June 17, 2021

No. As per the most recent guidelines, if a household member has symptoms, all children and adults who attend a school setting must stay home until Covid-19 is ruled out. Please refer to Toronto Public Health’s Decision Tool for Day Camp Attendees for further guidance.

– Updated June 17, 2021

No, but please email us at to let us know of any absences, whether related to illness or not, since we’re keeping record and must follow up with any absent families.

– Updated June 2, 2021