Community Arts Program, College of Arts&Science 306.966.5539
Summer in-person art camps are back! Children ages 6-11 will explore different media and styles of art including drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture, under the guidance of skilled and caring artists and art educators. Outdoor time and excursions to campus and neighbourhood parks are also included. Before care (8-9am) and after care (4-5pm) is available at no extra charge. For youth ages 12-15, we are staying online with 8-week art classes in various art techniques.

College of Engineering 306.966.7755 / 1.866.556.8723

SCI-FI is currently planning a return to in-person camp programming!

SCI-FI's summer camp programs run weekly for eight weeks in July and August. We now offer five unique types of camp: Science Camps, Technology Camps, Computer Science Camps, Medical Science Camps, Nutrition and Veterinary Medicine Camps. Our camp registration is based on Grade Level. Please register your child in camps for the Grade they will be entering in the fall!

Our camps have new projects each year so returning campers can enroll in their favorite camp and still be challenged!

Museum of Antiquities 306.966.7818

Are you looking to give your kids the adventure of a lifetime this summer? Travel with us through time as we explore the ancient and medieval world and go on epic adventures that will go down in history! This year, the Museum of Antiquities is offering week-long, in-person camps through July and August. Each camp day is filled with games, crafts, lessons, and historical re-enactments covering cultures of the ancient Greeks, Romans, Vikings, and more! Your kids will learn all about the life of a Roman soldier, uphold and defend the chivalrous code of a knight, discover their inner wizard, and explore the long lost tombs of ancient Egyptian pharaohs!

For more details about the camps, including extended care, please see our website here

Diefenbaker Canada Centre (DCC) 306.966.8384 or email

Engage with the ideas of citizenship, leadership, and Canada’s role in the international community, while participating in fun activities and hands-on learning! From undercover spies to time travelers, Diefenbaker Summer Camps will help children ages 7 to 10 discover what it means to be an active citizen! 

College of Kinesiology 306.966.1001

Get active this summer! Try any of our children’s activity camps. We also offer personal and team training with Human Performance Center, aquatic programs and a week-long camp for special needs children and youth.

College of Kinesiology 306.966.1001

Huskie Athletic Sport Camps offer a variety of camps to young athletes that want to learn more about or further develop their skills in a particular sport. Huskie head coaches design the curriculum, hire the coaches and lead the instruction at camps. Participants will receive instruction from coaches who are known and respected throughout the province and the country for their abilities to work with elite athletes. Assistant instructors of the camps include Huskie assistant coaches, current or former Huskie Athletes as well as respected high school/club coaches from around the province. Instruction groups are kept small with a coach to athlete ratio of 10:1 or better. All instruction takes place in a sound educational environment. First aid and sports injury management services are accessible and are provided if necessary.

Department of Drama 306.966.2323

The Department of Drama is excited to welcome you to the world of theatre! Join us as we introduce some of the many aspects involved in live theatre (even though camp is online!) Come ready to open your imagination and expand your creative horizons. We want to show you how theatre can help grow your confidence, build new skills, enrich your life, and connect you in exciting new ways to Saskatoon’s wonderful theatre community! Each camp will culminate on Friday with an opportunity for campers to share what they have been working on. The focus of each camp changes from session to session, but no matter the topic, be prepared for a dramatic adventure!

College of Kinesiology email us

USask Rec is excited to offer Children’s Activity Camps in person this summer. There are a variety of weeklong, full-day camps for children ages 5 to 12. Each sport and activity camp offered aims to provide children with an opportunity to learn new skills in a safe, fun, non-competitive environment.

The emphasis in the camps is to have fun, meet other children and become physically active.

Full list of camps and dates coming soon!

Contact Megan Vandendriessche at (306) 966-4363 or
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The Edwards School of Business is offering the first ever Edwards Entrepreneurship Exploration Camps in August of 2024. This innovative summer camp offering will allow youth aged 9 to 14 to learn the functional areas of business and then apply their newly developed skills by actually running a micro-business and showcasing it on the last day of camp.

Participants will not only be able to develop a creative business of their own, but they will also get to interact with Saskatchewan’s entrepreneurship community. Experiential learning and business curriculum will be balanced with physical activity and games for an experience that is not only educational but fun!

Museum of Natural Sciences 306.966.5729

From Stegosaurs to Ceratosaurs, where are all the Dinosaurs? + + Participants will explore the history of the earth and the evolution of life though hands-on science, art, drama, and physical activities anchored in geology and paleontology. Camps run from 9:00am to 4:00pm and before care (8:30-9:00am) and after care (4:00-4:30pm) are included in the cost.