PointKids Summer Camp

Join us this summer fo a Summer Camp full of fun!
Camp will include a variety of sport based skill development, with focus on Soccer and Baseball, as well as some science experiments to break up the day with learning and excitement

PointKids Camp Facts

Camp Details

Join us for camp from 9am to 4pm on July 11th to July 14th in Burnaby North at the Kensington Baseball Diamond. Four days of fun filled adventure and open to ages 7-12.


Please send your child with a packed lunch and extra snack for the afternoon break. NUT FREE lunches only please! Water bottles will be provided.


Watch the weather. We will have a tent for shade but the sun can get warm. If it is sunny, hats and sunscreen are encouraged. Raincoats or layers, if its light rain. In the event of severe weather we will contact you no later than 7am.


Camp is only $50.00 per child! Cost includes a t-shirt and water bottle! We ask that you pay with Cash, Cheque, or E-transfer on July 11th at drop off.

PointKids Camp Philosophy


Your Camper will learn right from wrong in order to make wise decisions both on and off the field or lab. It’s also here where discovering the rules and objectives of the game or experiment fosters a love for sport and science.


Only 34% of today’s youth are active in sports. Meaning the majority of youth are spending their time playing video games or watching television, hindering their overall physical development. By playing in our programs, your camper will not only stay active, but also build a strong athletic and scientific foundation.


Campers learn that their self-worth and identity are not defined by wins or losses or even how they perform in a particular game or experiment. Through intentional, biblical character lessons, your camper will learn about life, values, and how God sees them.


By being an Point Kids Camper, your camper has the opportunity to foster healthy relationships with his or her teammates through sportsmanship and lab experiments, while learning the importance of putting others’ needs above his or her own.