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Let Clarington Tourism help plan your March Break

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March Break can be busy for parents, trying to find fun and exciting activities for their kids.

Looking for something to entertain the varied interests in your family can be a challenge. Why not take a break and let Clarington Tourism help do all the planning. Check out these go-to ideas to help keep your family engaged and entertained.

From building structures to science experiments, and sports activities in between, there are plenty of camps in Clarington to keep the kids active all week long. If they’re itching for adventure, Ganaraska Forest Centre hosts a Nature Nuts Camp from March 16 to 20. Campers will learn how to survive in the great outdoors, construct and test structures, create messy science experiments and much more. For a mixture of activities and hands-on, creative programming, check out Clarington’s Camps this break. Get the kids ready for an engaging week of entertainment and adventure that will add to the excitement of a week free from school. Register for an experience at Sports Camp, become a Jetsetter, test out Science Camp, or play with friends at Kinder-Camp.

If your kids are feeling crafty, they can spend the week at A Gift of Art’s March Break Camp. Children can enjoy up to five days perfecting their drawing, painting and crafting skills. They’ll even venture to the library.

Clarington Museums is opening its doors for March Break Drop-in Days. Stop by the Sarah Jane Williams Heritage Centre to play in ClaringTOWN, see current exhibits, enjoy storytime and create some unique crafts. All ages welcome and it’s free for the entire family.

March Break is also the perfect chance to enjoy some much-needed family time. Add Jungle Cat World Wildlife Park to your list of places to explore. The best time to visit is during the afternoon feeding, when all of the animals become active. This educational tour is guided by an experienced zookeeper, eager to answer any questions you might have about these amazing creatures.

Let your high schoolers get their adrenalin fix at Easthill Outdoors Archery Range, where they can learn from the pros with the "Kids Intro to Archery" class.

Why not create a family bucket list just for you? Choose some local favourites to explore with your loved ones. Try the fresh cider doughnuts from Tyrone Mills; they are always a hit. Grab a giant ice cream cone in your favourite flavour at Enniskillen General Store, learn from nature along Darlington Provincial Park trails or test your limits at Pinnacle Indoor Climbing.

From exciting camps to family fun favourites, there are lots of ways to enjoy March Break in Clarington. Make sure to follow Clarington Tourism on Facebook for details on more camps and activities.

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