Town of Milton Cancels Summer Camps

Town of Milton is set to begin reopening some parks and amenities as of May 22, 2020

The Town of Milton is taking steps to phase in activities, as it continues its recovery efforts from COVID-19. Residents must continue to be vigilant about public health practices and the provincial directives to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Summer Camps:

Following the Ontario Government and public health directives, Milton is cancelling all Town-run summer camp programs. The health and safety of staff and participants is paramount and based on a variety of factors, the Town of Milton is not in a position to run our regularly scheduled summer camp programs this year.  As restrictions from the Province and Public Health are lifted, the Town may implement a redesigned or modified summer camp program where possible. If so, these modified programs will be advertised to the community.

Residents are asked to please be patient during this time as we expect it will take 2-4 weeks for staff to process these cancellations. Registrants will receive an email from the Town outlining the refund process.

Park activities and re-openings:

While parks were never closed for walk-through traffic, residents can now enjoy a few more activities in parks and green spaces, following physical distancing and with no more than five people:

  • Picnics
  • Flying a kite
  • Playing catch
  • Sitting on a blanket reading

As of Friday, May 22, 2020, the following will re-open with restrictions:

  • Off leash dog parks
  • Tennis courts
  • Park benches and shelters
  • Sports fields as open spaces

The following restrictions are in place for sports fields (such as baseball diamonds and soccer fields) or green space:

  • No more than five people gathered together
  • Must maintain physical distancing
  • No organized group or team sports

A number of park services and facilities remain closed. Visit the Town’s website to view the status of use for park equipment and services.

Town staff will continue to monitor and re-open amenities as it is deemed safe to do so, the priority continues to be the health and safety of our community.

For more information about the Town’s overall response to COVID-19, visit  their website.