Multi-activity camps with a strong emphasis on sustainability. For children aged 5 - 12 years.
3rd-6th & 11th-14th April 2023
3rd-6th & 11th-14th april 2023
We have an incredible range of action packed, fun filled and sustainable activities designed to keep your child active, learning and making new friends over the school break.
New to 2023, we are offering two Easter Camp schedules at different locations:
Week 1 - Sallynoggin
Week 2 - Killiney Hill
We'll take a closer look at the great outdoors. Each day we'll spend time in a new area of the park and develop our wilderness skills.
We return to the school for a week of our usual mix of science, wilderness, space, crafts, sports, and madness!
Kids outside having fun with a range of activities. Great to have a 9am drop-off. Kind friendly staff, highly recommended.
Super fun! My son loved it! He joined for 3 weeks and had great time. Very friendly staff, you can tell they love what they do.
My daughter LOVED this camp! So much so, she went back a second time! She got so much from the hikes and activities and even wants to be a regular volunteer with Flossie and the Beach Cleaners after it.
Ali grew up in Dalkey with a love for being active and outdoors. Involved in the Sea Scouts from a young age and currently as a leader, she enjoys passing on her own knowledge and enthusiasm to others.
Ali spent the last 7 years working in all aspects of sports and events for Alive Outside/ Hell and Back and Irish Tag Rugby Association and during this time started up their massively popular Summer Camp and School Tour offerings.
Ali has coached hockey and Tag Rugby in local schools and been involved in the set up of Junior Tag Rugby and the hugely successful Junior Hell and Back Events.
Ali's favourite pastimes are sea swimming, being out on the water and walking the beach with the family and dog. She looks forward to returning to camping trips with her family and Scout group.
Stewart grew up in a big family with four sisters learning the importance of sharing and patience.
His first job was as a summer camp leader aged 12. He spent most of his teenage summers working with International House and Dundrum Methodist Church camps. Stewart returned to his primary school, Taney National School, to coach football through his college years.
He enjoys charity work and has travelled to Romania twice with Habitat For Humanity, once as a trip leader for 200 secondary school students. He currently volunteers at his local food bank.
Stewart loves playing sport and his pet cat, Thea.
Active Camps strive to run Camps in a fully sustainable way. Our actions and activities reflect our planetary resource limits and ensure our children learn how they can help achieve a greener future.
No printed flyers
No plastic equipment purchased
No single-use plastics allowed
Educating on recycling practises
Climate Workshops with Flossie and the Beach Cleaners
Eco crafts and activities
HCCS, Sallynoggin, Co. Dublin