Mooredale Day Camp offers a traditional, modified coed summer camp
experience for 4 to14 year olds. The program is modelled around two-week
sessions and is located in the heart of Rosedale, at the corner of
Crescent Road and Mount Pleasant. Mooredale Day Camp operates out of a
historic mansion built in 1902, accessing a variety of local parks and
facilities for its programs.
Each Mooredale camper is placed in a cabin group with others the same age. Cabins are grouped into travelling groups, with three Counsellors and one Junior Counsellor. Counsellors travel with their cabin group and supervise all facets of the camp experience. Junior (4 to 5 years) and Senior/Tennis (9 to 14 years) stream groups are coed. Intermediate (6 to 8 years) groups are not coed. Each day, except for field trip days, campers will participate in group activities throughout the morning, Red Cross swimming lessons, a free swim and then specialty activities in the afternoon. Mooredale Day Camp offers two senior programs for children aged 9 to 14 years. Senior Camp is an introduction to overnight camp and includes two field trips in the first week and a three-day camping trip to Kelso Conservation Area in Milton, Ont., in the second week. The Tennis Stream provides campers with 12 hours of tennis lessons at Rosedale Tennis Club, as well as a field trip in the second week of camp. It also includes Red Cross Swimming lessons, which are not included in the Senior Camp.