CKL Programs

Hockey Camp - August 30-Sept 3

Registration is Now Open!

Click Here to Register for Local Level Click Here to Register for Representative Level

Camp Brochure

Campers will learn new skating skills and enhanced their existing skills in preparation for their upcoming season, practice those skills on and off the ice. Your Child will have on ice sessions with The Barn Elite Performance Centre Instructors.  Campers will have the opportunity to practice and improve their hockey skills while enjoying a camp-like atmosphere. Campers will be on-ice for 2 hours per day and will participate in dry-land training. Campers days will also be filled with other fun activities, including outdoor sports and swimming. Children will be grouped based on age and skill level of the participant based on the recommendations of the instructors- (Local League & Representative).

A great way to get ready for the upcoming season.

**COVID-19 May impact some of the special guests, swim lessons, local trips and bookings.  Participants will be notified of any changes**

Update: Due to COVID-19 all Campers must be at a Swim Kids Level 5 swimming ability to participate in the Swim Portion. Proof will be required when registering.

If your camper has not completed Swim Kids level 5 or higher, unfortunately they will not be able to access swimming at the Lindsay Recreation Complex. We encourage you to consider other specialty camps, general camps or if you are very interested in this camp your child could sit out of the swim time with other activities.

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Campers are required to have Full Hockey Equipment including hockey helmet and a neck guard. 

Definition of Levels 

Representative Level: If your child has played at a representative (OMHA/OWHA) level previously or you believe they demonstrate the skills to play at this level (crossovers, hockey stop, tight turns, puck control, transitions, skate forward and backward).

Local League Level: If your child has played in their local league and is still developing their core skills (starts, stops, tight turns, cross overs, puck control skating forward and backwards and transitions).

Daily Reminders - What to bring to Camp?

  • Full Hockey Equipment
  • Face Mask
  • Peanut Free Lunch & Snacks (please refrain from microwaved lunched and WOW-Butter/nutella products)
  • Refillable Water Bottle
  • Running Shoes
  • Bathing Suit & Towel
  • Sunscreen 
  • Hat
  • Jacket/Sweater

Camp Structure

8:00 - 9:00 am - Pre Camp Drop Off

9:00 - 4:00 pm - Camp Programming/Activities

4:00 - 5:00 pm - Post Camp Pick Up

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