Douglas College offers over 150 sport, computer and creative camps and programs to kids aged 6-17 in the Coquitlam, New Westminster and Burnaby communities. Camps are offered over a week-long period during Spring break and over the Summer break, while programs run on weekends and evenings over a longer time period during the Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer seasons. No matter what you choose, our camps and programs - which include basketball, coding and computer design, student leadership, badminton, mathletes, digital photography, drama and improv, cartooning, soccer, tennis and more – will nurture and support your child’s learning and physical activity.
Registration for 2023 Summer Camps is open. Register before May 24th for the Early Bird Rate and save up to $20! To see the Summer Camps, please visit the Summer Camps Page for the full schedule and registration form.
Our staff are a diverse group of post-secondary coaches, varsity student-athletes and industry professionals who are committed to providing the best experience for your child.
Camps are held at Douglas College campuses as well as other facilities in New Westminster and Coquitlam.
1250 Pinetree Way, across from Lafarge Lake and a five-minute drive from Coquitlam Centre Mall. Directions and parking info
700 Royal Ave. at Eighth Street, one block north of the New Westminster SkyTrain Station. Directions and parking info
801-939 Sixth St., adjacent to New Westminster Secondary School
613 Queen’s Ave., at Seventh Street
1260 Pinetree Way, adjacent to the Coquitlam Campus
1299 Pinetree Way, just north of Coquitlam Centre Mall
920 Ewen Ave., New Westminster
920 Ewen Ave., New Westminster, behind the Community Centre off Salter Street
North end of Queen’s Park, across from Centennial Lodge
Grass field between Baseball Diamond No. 2 and 3. Parking at New West Sportsplex by Baseball Diamond No. 3
In the event of low enrolment, Douglas College reserves the right to cancel camps. Full refunds will be issued.
Douglas College Youth Camps have a strict no-bullying policy. We reserve the right to remove participants who demonstrate bullying behaviour.
Yes. If your child is registered in a morning and afternoon camp during the same week, we will provide supervised lunch care with the exception of New Westminster off-campus camps.
For all off-campus camps in Coquitlam, instructors will walk campers to and from Town Centre Park/Pinetree Community Centre and the Coquitlam Campus. Transportation will not be provided between New Westminster Campus camps and Queen's Park/Queensborough locations.
For half-day camps, we recommend your child pack a snack and a water bottle, as there are no drinking fountains at either campus. If your child is attending a full-day camp (including a morning and afternoon camp in the same week), please pack a lunch, snacks and a water bottle. For sport camps, PE strip or comfortable clothes they can move in are recommended. Equipment will be provided, but your child is welcome to bring their own (e.g., basketballs, badminton racquets, etc.).
Emails with all camp information, including location details, are sent out by the Friday before camps start.
A $15 processing fee will be charged for each camp withdrawal. Withdrawal requests must be made at least three business days prior to the start date. There will be no refunds issued after the camp start date. See Refund Policy for more information.