March Break Day Camp

Girls playing at a day camp. (Photo: Mike Derblich)

Registration for March Break Camp 2016 opens Monday, November 16!

The 5-day March Break Day Camp focuses on exploring the winter forest and ravines in Toronto’s Don Valley. Campers aged 6–12 will adventure through the snowed valley discovering the wild side of nature in the winter. We’ll track animals through the snow, learn about survival strategies from the animals that thrive here, look for edibles and build and play in the snow and ice around Evergreen Brick Works.

For additional details, please download the 2016 March Break Camp Parent's Guide (PDF, 1.4MB).

Camper Age Groups

Campers will be grouped together based ages to create an age appropriate experience.

  • Juniors: Ages 6 & 7 
  • Intermediates: Ages 8 & 9 
  • Seniors: Ages 10, 11 & 12 

For more detailed information, download the Evergreen March Break Day Camp Parent Handbook. (Coming Soon)

Fees & Policies


The March Break Day Camp costs $325 per camper. Extended Care is available from 3:30–5:30pm for an additional $25 (full week included).

The price includes discounts for you at Evergreen Brick Works:

  • 15% discount at the Evergreen Garden Market
  • 15% off on all parts and accessories plus 10% off all bike purchases from Sweet Pete's bike shop (please see the March Break Camp Parent Handbook for more information)
  • A 15% discount available for all campers at the Gradale Academy, a Private elementary school located at Evergreen Brick Works. For more information please contact Michelle Gradish at

Financial assistance is available in some situations. Please contact for further information.


No refunds will be issued if a reservation is cancelled within 21 days of the session start date. Otherwise, camp fees are refundable, less a $50 administration fee.

For more information, please contact us at or 416-596-1495 x252.

Evergreen is a national not-for-profit that inspires action to green cities. Children’s camp revenues help support our children's programs including the Visiting Schools Program as well as the free community programming on weekends at Evergreen Brick Works. We appreciate your support in continuing to offer these community programs to children in Toronto.