PD Day & School Break Camps
PD DAY CAMPS
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Ages 6 -12 || 9:00AM to 4:00PM || Single Day Camps
School’s out for the day! Come spend your day at YouthLink with our all-star camp team. Activities focus on policing and forensics with different fun-filled themes every PD Day.
$64 per camper.
2023-24 DATES AND THEMES COMING SOON!
SCHOOL BREAK CAMPS
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Ages 6 – 12 || 9:00AM to 4:00PM || Multi Day Camps
School’s on break! Come join our all-star camp team for a VIP experience during your school breaks. Multiple day camps filled with policing, forensics, and Calgary Police Service special guests (schedule dependent)!
2023-24 DATES AND PRICING COMING SOON!
PD DAY & SCHOOL BREAK CAMPS FAQ
What happens if my camper will be absent or arrives late to camp?
Please call our Front Desk at 403-428-4530. You can also email the absence to email@example.com.
Where is the camp located?
Our camp is located at YouthLink Calgary, next to Calgary Police Service Headquarters (5151 – 47th Street NE). Parking is available by accessing the open gate through Entrance 3.
Is YouthLink a nut-free facility?
We strive to be a nut-free facility. We ask that all packed lunches and snacks are nut-free. However, sometimes campers may show up with a peanut butter and jam sandwich for lunch or have eaten peanut butter for breakfast before attending camp. If your camper has a peanut or nut allergy please let the camp staff know.
What is your refund policy for camp?
Our policy is a full refund with the notification of a full week (7 days) before the start date of camp. Refunds or cancellations with less than one week’s notice will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis by the Camp Supervisor and Bookings and Analytics Coordinator. No-shows on the first day of camp are charged the full camp fee.
When is drop-off and pick-up for camp?
Drop-off is between 8:45AM and 9:00AM. Pick-up is between 3:30PM and 4:00PM. The YouthLink parking lot (Entrance 3) is open for drop-off from 8:30AM to 9:15AM, and from 3:30PM to 4:15PM for pick-up. Early drop-offs and late pick-ups are not available for PD Day and School Break Camps.
When is drop-off and pick-up times?
Drop-off is between 8:45AM and 9:00AM. Pick-up is between 3:30PM and 4:00PM. The YouthLink parking lot (Entrance 3) is open for drop-off from 8:30AM to 9:15AM and from 3:30PM to 4:15PM for pick-up.
Do you offer before and after care?
No, we do not offer Before and After Care for our PD Day and School Break camps.
What does my camper need to bring to camp?
- Bug Spray
- Weather Appropriate Clothing / Layers
- Runners / Sneakers (Snow Boots or Rain Boots for Inclement Weather Days)
- Contained Nut Free Packable Lunch with at least two snacks (Campers get hungry)
- Full Water Bottle
- Medications (Inhalers, Epi-Pens, etc.) – clearly labelled in original packaging
- Quiet time item: book, colouring supplies, puzzle book, etc.
What does my camper not need to bring to camp?
- Personal electronics or cell phones
- Personal valuables that the camper does not wish to lose
- Flip flops or sandals (with the exception of Thursday)
- Restrictive clothing, i.e. dresses, skirts
- Nuts or nut products in lunches or snacks (we strive to be a nut free facility)
Does YouthLink have a lost and found?
Yes, we have a small lost and found available at the facility. Please reach out to the Front Desk at 403-428-4530 with a description of the lost item. Items will be donated to charity if unclaimed before June 30, 2024.
Can my camper purchase items at the gift shop?
We ask that campers refrain from visiting the gift shop until the end of their camp day or week. The museum and gift shop close promptly at 4:00PM on camp days.
What if my camper has medication they need to carry?
If your child requires any prescription medications (including Asthma inhalers) or carries an Epi-Pen, please let your camp leaders know at check-in. All prescription medications that campers need to carry must be discussed with camp staff at check-in. Prescription medications must be in the original pharmacy packaging, labelled with the patient’s name and the physician’s ordered dose on the bottle (pills in Ziploc bags and other packaging are not permitted). Camp leaders will carry all camper prescriptions unless specified by the parent / guardian.