Day Camp

Day Camp will not be running this year due to COVID-19.

Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the SSCA Board has decided to cancel Day Camp for the 2020 summer season. The health and safety of our children and their families are our first priority.   If the situation improves to allow some gatherings of children, we will try to organize activities dependent on finding available staff.   We look forward to next year’s Day Camp and wish everyone a safe and happy summer.

Holly Loell






Dates:                  See calendar.

When:   Monday-Friday  (excluding the Monday of the August Long Weekend)

Time:     10am to 3pm

Where:  SSCA Schoolhouse

SSCA members and guests ages 4-12 are welcome to participate in the activities of the Sans Souci Day Camp.  Swimming, making crafts, playing tennis, using the new sport courts and taking nature walks are just some of the many activities offered. Campers should bring sunblock, a hat, peanut-free lunch, bathing suit and towel and expect to have lots of fun.  The recommendations of the Lifesaving Society of Ontario will be instituted.

Space is limited to 16 campers each day.

Day Camp Price:  $40 per child per day


Job Opportunities for Summer 2021

The SSCA is looking for a Director and Assistant Director to help run the summer Day Camp 2020! Applications should be submitted by April 1st.

We are looking for enthusiastic, mature, organized, and patient individuals who love working with children 4-12 years of age. These applicants should be able to help do crafts, games, and outside fun for children from 10 am to 3 pm Monday-Friday starting Tuesday, July 6th through August 21st.
The SSCA Day Camp is operated out of the Schoolhouse on the SSCA property on Frying Pan Island. It is necessary for applicants to have their own water transportation to and from the island.
Interested applicants should send a letter explaining their attributes and experience by April 1st to:
Holly Loell, Programs Chair



A review of past Day Camps-

  • In 2019,  we had weekly themes such as Environment Week and Sports Week . On July 25th, the camp was excited to welcome back Conservation Quest, a program that teaches children about the importance of the preservation and how it applies to Georgian Bay.