Camp Basics

Camp Basics

Our skateboard program is simply the best in Canada, and we provide your campers with a world-class facility! Welcome to the C.J.’s Skate Camp experience! Life at C.J.’s Camp is specifically designed for any skateboarder, from beginner to advanced. We offer such a fun, well-rounded program that it’s perfect for any young person, even those who are giving skateboarding a try for the very first time. Learn more about our camp program:

We strive to provide the absolute safest and best facilities for your child. Add to that the great staff, innovative coaching ideas and a complete camp program, and you have a skateboarding experience that’s unmatched anywhere in Canada! In fact, we attract campers from across the country each year. C.J.’s has been offering skateboard camps for over 5 years, and we continue to grow both in camp size, scope and diversity. Our camp experience includes:

  • Age and skill appropriate instruction with skilled instructors
  • Sport specific stretching and structured lessons
  • Healthy snacks (morning/afternoon) and a balanced lunch
  • Organized games and/or activities
  • Fun extras – instructor demos, games, crafts, dodge ball and more!

We are located in Etobicoke (west end of Toronto) with ample free parking and direct access from the QEW and the TTC (Toronto Transit).

C.J. Skateboard Park & School is a division of the Canadian Skateboard Park & School Association (A Not-For-Profit Corporation). President and founder Jay Mandarino, alongside Co-Director Greg Lowe and their team, have the experience, knowledge and dedication to offer the best skateboard camp experience for your child in Canada.

Who Can Come to Camp?

Any girl or boy who has reached five (5) years of age is eligible for the camp. No previous skateboard experience is required, only interest! Our facility and instructors can accommodate all skill levels between the ages of 5 and 16. We also have a Coach-In-Training (CIT) program for teenagers between the ages of 14 and 16, which can be used as volunteer hours for high school credit.

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