If you’re not sure your child would like to join Barracuda Kids Multi Sport and Activity Camp this year and you haven’t been to us before, we will make every effort to ensure your child feels comfortable at our camp and would like you to give camp a try.

However, if your child comes to camp, meets our FUN Camp Counselors and tries the awesome activities and doesn’t love it, let us know and we’ll try even harder on day two. If your child still doesn’t think we’re great after the second day, we’ll be really disappointed but we’ll give you your money back for the remaining days with no cancellation fee.


At Barracuda Kids Multi Sport and Activity Camp, we take safety very seriously. While we want children to have fun while being active and exposed to many different sports and activities, we ensure that their safety is our top priority!

We ensure that our equipment is in good working order and that children are shown how to use the equipment correctly. In addition, our Barracuda Kids camp counselors are fully trained and have experience in a recreational setting.

Our camp counselors are all trained in First Aid and CPR and have up to date immunizations and police clearances with vulnerable sector screening.


Any confidential or sensitive information we receive about your child is only shared with staff on a need to know basis and never with another parent or child.

This applies to both verbal and written information.


At Barracuda Kids Multi Sport and Activity Camp our goal is to provide fun, age-appropriate activities in a safe and positive environment. Each camp group will sit down on the first day and create a set of camp rules that they all agree to follow and will govern how they will interact with each other.

The Camp Counselor is there to promote a positive environment and encourages children to be considerate in their actions and words. Bullying is not tolerated at Barracuda Kids Multi Sport and Activity Camp, and our Camp Counselors have experience in camp and recreational settings, so are trained to work with children.

Our Code of Conduct is given to parents once registered and and we ask parents to read it over with their children prior to coming to camp so they are aware of what their behavioral expectations are.