Camp Tiffin - NVCA

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​Registration is open for
Winter C​amp Tiffin!​​

Winter Camp 2022

This winter, let your kids stay physically active, mentally stimulated and off their screens at Camp Tiffin! We look forward to activities like kicksledding, winter shelter building, and roasting marshmallows on an open fire with our campers.

Camp Tiffin is a day camp that helps kids aged 5-12 get into nature to destress, and learn to understand and appreciate the natural world and our amazing planet. 

It is hosted at our 300+ acre Tiffin Centre for Conservation, which features a mixture of wetlands, forests, open meadows and ancient lake beds. These areas are homes for many plants and animals!

Our outdoor educators are fun, creative and passionate about the experience they provide your child. Hearing that ‘This is the best camp ever!’ fuels their passion to make everyday exciting and engaging. 

Benefits of Nature​

At NVCA, we believe in fostering a sense of wonder, appreciation and respect for the natural world through experiential learning and outdoor exploration.

At Camp Tiffin, kids ​will enjoy lots of physical activity, and be mentally stimulated as they explore ever change scenery and landscapes. Our outdoor education programs help kids feel grounded, reduce stress and anxiety and reduce screen time.


Each program will require a minimum number of 6 campers to run. If capacity isn't reached, we will cont​act you for a refund.​

Camp Tiffin - $45
Extended Care - $8​


Dates available: January 3, 4, 5, and 6, 2023

Camp Tiffin will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on 

Extended care is available from 8:00 a.m. - 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. - 5:0​0 p.m.​


Please register through a computerRegister now

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If you are having trouble registering, please email with and we can help you complete the registration and payment.​​

​Wh​at to bring:

  • Appropriate clothing—suitable for outdoor activity & weather conditions– put on layers
  • Winter waterproof boots—a MUST!
  • Extra waterproof mitts
  • Lunch—nut free along
  • Healthy snacks
  • Water bottle
  • Winter Hat
  • Snow pants
  • Extra socks
  • Indoor shoes

Label a​ll Items
To help us get all your child's belongings home at the end of the week, make sure their names are on all personal items.

Leave Valuables at Home
Leave cell phones and other valuables at home. These have a habit of falling out of pockets and getting lost in the woods! If campers do bring valuables we are not responsible for them.


Campers and parents/guardians will be screened and must pass the health check upon arrival at the Tiffin Centre. Campers will not participate in the program upon fail​ure of the screening. Please have your child(ren) stay in the vehicle until we can ask COVID-19 screening questions.

Drop off / Pick up

Drop-off/pick-up times are extended to allow for staggered pick-up and drop-off. Please feel free to drop-off 15 minutes early so that programming can start on-time.

After the screening, campers and parents/guardians who do not exhibit symptoms may proceed to the drop off area. At this time, parents/guardians must stay with their vehicle when dropping off and picking up children at the designated areas. Our extended care service must be pre-arranged. It is available from 8:00 a.m. to 9 a.m. in the morning and/or from 4 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the evening.

Refunds and cancellation​​​

Each program will require a minimum number of  18 campers to run. If capacity isn't reached, we will contact you for a refund. ​

To cancel programming, please contact Naomi Saunders at