Summer Sports Camp 2017 : July 10-14th


What is Summer Sports Camp?

The OBSA Summer Sports Camp is a fun-filled overnight camp for campers living with a visual impairment.

During the 5 days and 4 nights, campers participate in numerous sports and games led by trained counselors, coaches, and sometimes even Paralympic athletes! Sports can include but are not limited to swimming, wrestling, tandem-cycling, goalball, judo, track and field, powerlifting, bowling, and soccer. Campers are carefully instructed in each sport to help properly develop their skills and enjoy every activity to its fullest.

Although sports are the primary focus of the camp, campers participate in other activities as well. There is free time available for the campers to socialize and play in a very supportive environment and social events are organized like a super fun camp fire! 

All campers will sleep in dorm rooms and will have all meals and snacks provided. There will be staff with the campers at all times as well as a nurse on site for the duration of the camp.

To be a part of the OBSA Summer Sports Camp, call us at (416) 855-0972 or email Randa at 

Date: July 10th-14th 2017

Price for members: $250

Price for non-members: $500

Why OBSA Summer Sports Camp?

The OBSA Summer Sports Camp gives campers the opportunity to try new things and rise to new challenges in an environment that enforces the values of respect and fair play. OBSA Counselors are experienced and introduce sports in a positive, fun, and interactive way that encourages giving 100% effort in all daily activities. At our Summer Sports Camp, participants learn how to be part of a group, make new friends, and how to live an active and healthy lifestyle.

2017 Camp Info

Dates: July 10th-14th

Location: W. Ross Macdonald School, 350 Brant Ave, Brantford, ON N3T 3J9

2017 Summer Camp Guest Coaches 



Tim Ekert

A Powerlifting Paralympic athlete who most recently represented Canada at the 2015 International Blind Sports Federation World Championships and Games that were held in Seoul, Korea; winning gold and silver medals. Tim has competed in more than 19 international events where 17 of which were World Championships.



Jason Dunkerley

Dunkerley is a middle-distance runner who represented Canada at four Paralympic Games and won five medals. Jason is a 4-time IPC athletics world champion and a six-time Parapan Am Games medallist. Jason’s running career speaks for itself.


Testimonials from Campers! 

“It’s such a great place to come hang out, play sports and meet some friends!” 

“I’ve been coming here for four years. I keep coming back because I love to do sports and I want to get stronger, healthier and do lots of exercise!” 

"I enjoy being able to be active and spend time with some of my friends!”

"I like to try new things!"

Q: If you could add one thing to Sports Camp what would it be?

A: “More weeks!” 

Q: What’s your favourite part of Sports Camp?

A: “Everything!”