Camps for ages 3-18!

PISE Summer Camps focus on FUN ways to develop the fundamental movement skills and patterns that enable children of all ages to be active for life! Whether that is learning how to throw properly or learning the correct technique of a squat, these movements are essential to being active, healthy and injury free.

PISE uses a combination of structured and unstructured play to help children learn to move to the best of their ability. They inspire creative movement exploration to play your way to confidence, skill development, fun, team work, cooperation, respect and inclusivity. Learn more. When we move into performance development these same qualities are applied to training and sport at a new level.

Take a look at our camp offerings through the links below. Registration online is accessed directly on each page.

Take a Look at Our Camps

Kids running

FUNdamental Skills Camps

Our fundamental skills camps teach and build physical literacy essentials, from running and jumping to throwing and kicking — with a whole lot of cheering!

girl playing cricket

Skill Development Camps

Our skill development summer camps help kids learn transferable skills, like spatial awareness, agility, teamwork and leadership, across numerous sports.

Sport Specific Camps

From new athletes to aspiring pros, tennis to basketball, we offer sport-specific camps for your kid to learn a new game or advance their skills in the one they love.

How To Register


Browse our camps and click the registration button on any one.

In Person

Stop by 4371 Interurban Road and visit the welcome desk on the first floor.

By Phone

Call us at 250.220.2510, and we’ll get you started with camp registration.

Need financial assistance?

If you need full or partial financial assistance to support a child’s participation, see our Play Your Way Grant for information on how we may help.

Child Waivers

Parents must fill out our Child Waiver Form for their child to participate in PISE summer camps. Please fill out a Child Waiver Form for each child participating.