Bolton Camp Project

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Imagine a town square where you can shop artisan markets, practice yoga, enjoy a theatre performance, take a photography class, eat a locally grown dinner with a friend or catch a movie under the stars.
Now imagine that all in your backyard.


architectural rendering of new cafe at Bolton Camp

Located in Caledon, 40 kilometres north of Toronto, the Bolton Camp site — once a much-loved overnight summer camp for low–income families — boasts 254 acres of green space, and a collection of more than 50 historic buildings.

Set against this natural backdrop, the new, redeveloped Bolton Camp will be designed as an adaptable space for a wide range of interests and events that encourage creativity, innovation and learning. This multi-faceted space will host pop-up retail shops, yoga classes, hike and bike camps, inter-generational cooking classes, outdoor festivals, maker spaces and more.

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Indigenous teens pose with Elder Whabagoon at eagle feather ceremony Eagle Feather Ceremony Honours Indigenous Youth Program Participants (10/31/2018) - This past summer four indigenous youth began a journey paving the way for generations to come. They named this journey Healing of a Flooded Valley. It was later translated into… ...
Jumpstart Congratulates Inclusive Play Grant Recipients (8/1/2018) - TRCA’s redevelopment of Bolton Camp takes a major step forward with Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities' inaugural Accessibility Grant of $1 million to Toronto and Region Conservation Foundation (formerly The Living… ...
young women participate in Girls Can Too program Girls Can Too: Building Skills and Confidence (7/9/2018) - It's an ambitious undertaking intended to bring a host of social and cultural benefits to a community -- and it's already making an impact on the lives of young people.… ...
architectural rendering of accessible baseball diamond at Bolton Camp Accessible Baseball Comes to Bolton Camp (6/25/2018) - On July 10, The Caledon Challenger Program, Bolton Braves Baseball Association, Jays Care Foundation, Town of Caledon and Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) will formally open the Challenger Baseball Diamond at Bolton Camp: an accessible facility… ...
Murray Stewart family celebrate new trail at Rotary Club Event Bolton Camp Trail Project Honours Longtime Rotary Club Member Murray Stewart (6/20/2018) - In the banner photo above, left to right: Sheila Paradi (daughter), Marnie Stewart, Murray and Lyndon Stewart (son) Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) and the Rotary Club of Bolton… ...


Construction of Sewage Pump Station, Sanitary Sewer and Watermain at Bolton Camp

Town of Caledon Projects 15-1394 and 15-2394

START DATE: June 17, 2019 | COMPLETION DATE: December 31, 2019*

*Timeline is subject to change

Please be advised that Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) is preparing to undertake the redevelopment of Bolton Camp.

Phase 1 Retrofit and Redevelopment includes the following works:

• Construction of sewage pump station, sanitary sewer and watermain

• Site servicing

Construction will commence June 17, 2019 and is anticipated to be completed by December 31, 2019. To ensure public safety, the trails and entrance will be closed for the duration of the work. Please respect all posted construction signs and stay clear of work areas and equipment. Your cooperation and patience is appreciated.

Bolton Camp construction map

For additional information about this project please contact:

Albert Thomas, Senior Project Manager, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority | | (416) 661-6600 ext. 5904



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