Science North celebrates Indigenous Ingenuity and the launch of the Thunder Bay Science Festival
Science North celebrates Indigenous Ingenuity and the launch of the Thunder Bay Science Festival

Online registration is available 24 hours a day at

(KENORA, ON) – Registration for Science North Summer Science Camps is now open in Kenora and surrounding areas including, Red Lake, Sioux Lookout, and Dryden. As well as 30+ additional communities across Northern Ontario.

Since 1987, Science North has offered fun, unique, and educational summer science camp experiences to over 30,000 children ages 4–14 across Ontario! This year is no different as Science North embarks into a new season packed with fun, discovery, and new friendships that will sparkle for years to come. 

Through engaging activities and workshops Science North’s camps spark natural curiosity while inspiring a love for science. From nature-themed camps to animal adventures, to technology-based programming, there is sure to be a camp that appeals to everyone!

Summer Science Camps are offered by Science North in English and will run in Kenora from July 2–August 23.

Summer Science Camps are offered in the following surrounding communities

  • Red Lake – July 8–12
  • Sioux Lookout – July 2–5; August 12–16
  • Dryden – July 8–12; July 15–19; July 22–26; July 29–August 2; August 6–9

(Age groups vary from 4 – 14 depending on the community)

Prices range from $191.48 to $322.00 per week.

Register online 24 hours a day at or call 1-800-461-4898 ext. 338 from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday. Visit Summer Science Camps for a complete list of details, including camp descriptions, pricing, and dates of Summer Science Camp programs being held in your community.

(Buy more than one camp and get 10% off the same order.)

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