Evolve Camps Trail and Path Riding Summer Camps

Embark on an exhilarating journey with Evolve Camps’ trail and path riding summer camp, designed to ignite the passion for biking while exploring the Greater Toronto Area’s (GTA) scenic wonders. Pedal through diverse landscapes, covering 12-30km each day, as we venture across the GTA, discovering hidden gems and picturesque trails.

Experience the thrill of exploring various Toronto parks, as well as Centre Island Beach, where we’ll pause to cool off with refreshing swims whenever possible. Come join us for an unforgettable summer adventure, where the joy of biking meets the beauty of the GTA’s landscapes.

Available: 4 Weeks in July
Cost:  $375/week
Requirements: Bike with no training wheels, helmet
Locations: High Park and The Beaches (Please find Camp Maps below)
Ages: 7-12

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High Park Bike Camp Map & Destinations

High Park Bike Camp Map & Destinations

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High Park Bike Camp Destinations

Meet at High Park Picnic Site #23, High Park Boulevard, Toronto, ON

Mimico Waterfront Park, Etobicoke, ON – Day 1 & Day 5 – 11km Total

Magwood Park, Pasadena Gardens, York, ON – Day 2 & Day 4 – 15km Total

Center Island Beach, Toronto, ON – Day 3 – 26km Total


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The Beaches Bike Camp Map & Destinations

The Beaches Bike Camp Map & Destinations

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Beaches Bike Camp Destinations

Meet at the field behind the Balmy Beach Club, 360 Lake Front, Toronto, ON M4E 1A7

Cherry Beach, Toronto, ON – Day 1 & Day 5 – 16km Total

Center Island Beach, Toronto, ON – Day 3 – 32km Total

Toronto Harbour Lighthouse, Toronto, ON – Day 2 & Day 4 – 23km Total

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Biking FAQ

01. What do campers need to attend camp?

Campers need a bike, helmet, bike lock, water bottle, and their lunches for the day. If you have any specific questions about what kind of equipment to get or what brands are good etc… please check our equipment guide or email or call us.

02. What skill level does my camper need to attend camp?

Your camper should be able to bike ride for distances between 15-30km comfortably. They must be confident riding a two wheel bike, and following the paths and trails in Toronto.

General FAQ

02. How do you teach someone an action sport?

On the first day of camp we assess a camper’s skills. After we break into groups we run through a series of fundamental skills to make sure everyone in the group is on the same page. Then, we hone in on skills through demonstration by staff and repetition by our campers. We have found this to be a useful teaching method for skateboarding, biking, snowboarding and many other action sports. Many people have learned on their own after years of practice and hard falls: at Evolve, we’re confident we can accelerate the process through our methods of teaching – sometimes with a healthy number of falls!

03. What is the staff to camper ratio?

Evolve Camps for all sports have a 1:6 or 1:8 staff to camper ratio, ensuring that all campers are receiving sufficient attention and supervision.

04. Do campers have to participate in lessons?

Campers are not forced into camp lessons, but they are asked to participate. If the lesson is covering skills that the camper has already mastered they will be able to free ride. They will then receive a one on one lesson in the afternoon where they can work on a new skill.

05. How do you ensure safety at camp?

Extreme sports have their inherent risks – it’s hard to progress in these sports without taking on new challenges and exposing ourselves to greater risk. At Evolve, we try to limit exposure to injury by ensuring campers wear helmets and enough functional padding. Safety is also an integral part of the training and camp environment of Evolve. Our staff teach extreme sports within specific limits in a step by step method. We employ a “challenge by choice” philosophy, which means we never force anyone to do something they’re not comfortable doing. Instead we offer the challenge, its there for the taking.

06. Do campers need lunch?

Yes all campers need to bring a lunch. For some programs we offer hot lunch programs.

07. Your videos and pictures look cool, but everyone looks so professional. Will my child be doing all those crazy tricks?

We obviously try and showcase our best “talent” in these videos. If they are beginners, your child probably isn’t at the level of some of the shots in our video/photos. Maybe some day, but for now they are more at a developmental level. They will still be in Camp videos and/or Photographs taken at camp.

08. My child doesn’t know anybody at the camp. Will they make new friends?

Many campers come to camp not knowing anybody. On the first day of camp our staff ensure that all campers get to know each other. The best part about the program is that they are with the same “cabin” for the entire season, so close bonds are formed quickly.

09. My child has never participated in an action sport before, should they attend camp?

Yes! Whether they’re a learned snowboarder transitioning to skateboarding, or new to action sports in general, we have a wide range of skills levels at all of our camps. We pride ourselves on taking beginner campers and teaching them the skills they need to love their sport of choice. Nothing is more exciting than having a beginner camper show up on a Monday as a complete rookie and leave on a Friday like a veteran.

10. Are Evolve Camps affordable?

We have priced Evolve Camps as an affordable day camp program. You will find that the price of our camps are about the average price of quality day camps and programs.

11. Do I get a discount if I have another sibling/child enrolled in the camp?

Families with multiple campers (who are siblings with the same parents and residence) will receive the following discounts: $25 off the 2nd registration (does not apply for March break), $25 off the 3rd registration.

12. What if I miss the bus during one of the pick up times?

Our buses need to be on time in order to maximize our time at camp. That being said, our buses leave at the exact time that is on the schedule. If you miss the bus, it is your responsibility to drive your child up to camp or to the next stop nearest to you.

13. Can my child stay behind at the end of the day and catch a ride home with me?

Yes, All you need to do is notify our office that your child will not be coming home on the bus. We will provide instructions on how to do this.

Still Have Questions?

If you have more questions, you can visit our frequently asked questions page.

Evolve Camps - Camp Planning Guide

Action Sport Camp Planning Guide

This guide will give you everything you need to know before attending one of our camps.

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