Camp/PA Day Registration!

TRACKS week-long summer camps are back again!
Registration is now currently open for both sessions. 

Full and partial subsidies may be available- please email  for more details

CAMP PROGRAMMING is created around a Medicine Wheel framework where each direction is associated with a scientific discipline. Campers are encouraged to build relationships and make linkages between activities such as

  • Traditional skills
  • Teachings with Elders
  • Exploring the woods
  • Canoeing
  • Swimming
  • Water analysis
  • Visiting with turtles
  • Sacred medicines
  • and so much more as our days are packed with guest visits and field trips!

We strive to create an environment of respect and inclusion, where everyone’s perspective is equally valued and we practice deep engagement with Indigenous ways of knowing. While our focus is on creating opportunities for Indigenous youth, we welcome anyone to join our summer programming!

Accessibility is important to us! We welcome all campers to join in the fun. If you have a child with a disability who would like to come to camp, please contact us: we want them to participate and funding may be available for extra support.

Want to know what parents are saying about TRACKS summer camp? Check out our testimonials!


Session 1

Session 2

New summer sessions may be added at any time, so keep your eyes peeled! 

Use our online form, email or mail your registration or payment to:

TRACKS Youth Program, c/o Indigenous Studies
Indigenous Studies Department
Trent University
1600 West Bank Dr.
Peterborough, ON
K9J 7B8

Please be aware that it may take us several business days to get back to you regarding registration, but we will get back to you!

Child care may be available for an additional cost, from 8am-4pm.

Inquire for details!