We have many sport and activity camp options to keep your child/youth active: 

Children's Activity Camps

Ages 5-12

The Children’s Activity Camps are weeklong, half-day or full-day camps for children ages 5 to 12. A variety of different sports and activities are offered 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.

Participants may register in either a morning or an afternoon camp, or they may register in both if they wish to stay for a full day of activity. 

Camp Options

Camps are offered during February break and throughout the summer. What is offered depends on the time of year with summer camps having the most to choose from. 

Summer July 8 - Aug 30, 2019 
Basketball Soccer
Field Lacrosse Sports and Water Mania
Football Sports "R" Fun
Golf and Tennis Sports and Wall Climbing
How the Body Moves Track and Field
In-Line Skating Ultimate Frisbee
Mountain Biking Volleyball
Racquet Sports Triathlon
February Break (18th - 21st, 2020)
How the Body Moves  Basketball
Sports and Water Mania Sports "R" Fun and Wall Climbing

Pricing and Dates

Children's Activity Camps
Half day Full day
Full week $150 $300
Four-day week
(Aug 6-9)
$140 $280
Extended Hours $35
Children's Activity Camps
Half Day Hours
Morning 8:30 - 12:00
Afternoon 1:00 – 4:30
Full Day Hours
8:30 - 4:30
Extended Hours
8 – 8:30 am and 4:30 – 5:30 pm

Lunch hour
Lunch is supervised for children staying all day. 
Please note: although lunch supervision is provided, children must bring their own lunch and parents must register for this service at the time of registration.

Extended Hours Program
We offer an extended hours program where children are supervised before and after regular camp hours for an additional cost per child for the week.


Online registration for Children's Activity Camps is now open.

Huskie Sport Camps

Skill and Performance Development

Ages 6-17

Huskie 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 and athletes design the curriculum and lead the instruction at all camps. These coaches and athletes are known throughout the province and country for their skills and sport knowledge.

All camps are designed with a coach to athlete ratio of 10 to one or better to ensure that proper attention is given to each athlete, and proper instruction can be given when it comes to athlete skills, techniques and gameplay.

Please note:

  • Every Huskie Sport Camp athlete will receive a six pack of flex tickets, which may be redeemed for any regular season Huskie home game.
  • Our meal plan is a supervised lunch program at Marquis Hall on the USask campus. This program runs Monday through Thursday and is offered to all full-day camp athletes for an additional fee.

Camp Options

Basketball Soccer
Football Volleyball
Hockey Wrestling


Physical Activity for Active Living (PAAL)

The PAAL Camp is a designed for children and youth between the ages of five and 18 who are visually and/or hearing impaired, physically and/or developmentally delayed. The camp provides many opportunities to be physically active, socialize with others, work on skill development and have lots of fun in the sun. Volunteers will assist the participants through the various activities during the week, which include soccer, golf, tennis, track and field, swimming, nature hikes and grass games.

Ages 5 to 10
August 19 to 23, 2019 Monday to Friday 9 am-noon $160
Ages 11 to 18
August 19 to 23, 2019 Monday to Friday 1:30-4:30 pm $160

Located: Education pool/gym/playroom


Online registration for PAAL Camp is now open.

Summer Dance Camps

Creative Movement

Ages 4-11

Half-day and full-day Summer Dance Camp options are available:

Dancing on the Prairie
Yoga Dance
Dance-a-story camp
Dance, sport and swim camp

Descriptions, Schedule and Pricing

Ages 4 to 6

Dancing on the Prairie

This creative movement/pre-ballet dance class focuses on nurturing self-expression, creativity and rhythm, through the use of song, games, stories and movement while exploring a connection between dance and the environment on our beautiful campus. Emphasis is placed on proper alignment, co-ordination, body/spatial awareness, and relationships with others and nature. This camp includes creative movement, art, games, stories, outdoor activities and exploration of on-campus attractions, and is inspired by place-based learning and outdoor education concepts. A daily swim lesson is also included.

July 8-12 9 am-noon $175
July 15-19 1-4 pm $175

Yoga dance

Creative dance combined with yoga and breath with fantastic music from around the world. Focuses on helping young children experience a blissful body, joyous heart and peaceful mind. Yoga dance includes storytime, art, games and a swim lesson.

July 15-19 9 am-noon $175


  • Although no Swim Kids badges will be awarded at the end of the camp, please indicate participant's swim experience upon registration.
  • There is no before, after or lunch time supervision with these camps.

Ages 7 to 11

Dance-a-story camp

This camp is designed for the beginning or experienced dancer/ actor. Instruction will be given in various dance theatre forms such as jazz, contemporary and cultural, as well as rhythmic and voice activities. Emphasis will also include techniques in drama, physical theatre and composition. Daily recreational swim included! Please provide previous experience upon registration.

July 8-12 9 am-4 pm $340

Dance, sport and swim camp

Learn how to dance and swim in one camp! Participants will be instructed in the disciplines of movement and dance, sport/ recreational activities and swimming. A twice-a-day swim lesson is included in this camp. Participants, at the time of registration, must indicate the last swim badge completed (if any) and any previous dance or sport experience. Campers will be grouped accordingly.

July 15-19 9 am-4 pm $175
July 22-26 9 am-4 pm $340


  • There is no before or after camp supervision with these all-day camps, but lunch time will be supervised.


Online registration for Summer Dance Camp is available.


Children's Activity Camps Questions:
Cary Primeau
Co-ordinator Campus Recreation, University of Saskatchewan

Summer Dance Camp Questions:
Michelle Weimer
Co-ordinator, University School of Dance

PAAL Camp Questions:
Jodi Simpson or Kim Jones (Co-ordinator)
To volunteer for the PAAL program contact 306-966-1001 for details. 


Contact us if you need more information.

General Office
Room 222, Physical Activity Complex (PAC)
College of Kinesiology, USask
87 Campus Drive

Office Hours: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday