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Summer Soccer Camp

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Summer Soccer Camp - In Pictures

Camp 2019

Photo Gallery and Video

Camp 2023

Photo Gallery

Camp 2022

Photo Gallery

Camp 2020 - -Promo Video

A promotional camp video prepared for the 2020 season which did not happen due to COVID. Updated camp information is below. 


    from Sunday, August 04, 2024, until Saturday, August 10, 2024
    80 spots available
Registration deadline
    registrations accepted until 03-August-2024
  • $700 - for participants registered for Summer with the USC Karpaty
  • $750 - for participants from outside of the USC Karpaty
Age    children born in 2014 or older 
To Register - click on it to start the registration process


678 Lakeshore Rd, Grafton, ON K0K 2G0 - click on it to open Google Map
Directions to PLAST Camp Site
  • 1.5-2 hours from Toronto
    • exit from HWY 401: Exit 487 (Lyle St.) South
    • turn right on HWY 2
    • immediately turn left into Old Danforth Rd
    • past train tracks and turn right at Lakeshore Rd.
    • turn right into Camp Driveway at 678 Lakeshore Rd., Grafton, ON   K0K 2G0
      • (if you reach Plast Rd… you missed the driveway!)
Camp Facility

The Ukrainian camp on the north and south sides of Lakeshore Road in the Grafton area was established in 1953. The camp resides on about 300 acres and the southern half borders Lake Ontario.  A tennis court and an Olympic-sized pool are located in that area. Individual buildings on the northern half house staff, sleeping quarters for the scouts, kitchen and dining facilities, and even an outdoor chapel.

  • Spacious Cabins
  • Newly Renovated Kitchen
  • Healthy Meals Prepared by Professional Cooks
  • Supervised Olympic-size Swimming Pool
  • 300 Acres of Parks and Forest
  • Sports Fields
  • Camp Fire Area
Checking In
  • Registration begins at 13:00 on Sunday, 04-August-2024 at the Camp Kitchen.
  • Each camper must have an OHIP Health Card (no copy) as part of registration.
  • Campers will be assigned their cabins on Sunday after they have completed the registration process.
Checking Out
  • From 9:00 to 12:00 on Saturday, 10-August-2024 at the Camp Kitchen or the Swimming Pool.
  • All OHIP Health Cards will be returned at the end of the camp.
Camper's Checklist - What to take to the Summer Camp:
  • Please make a name tag or use a colour sticker/marker with your child's initials or name on all items, so we can ID when it is lost and found. ( dex.html)
  • The items below are based on a one-week stay at the Camp (Laundry service is not available):
  1. Comfortable clothing jacket or vest, pants, and one long sleeve shirt
  2. Swim-wear
  3. Sleepwear
  4. Laundry Bag
  5. Eight (8) t-shirts
  6. Eight (8) shorts
  7. Eight (8) pairs of socks
  8. Sun hat with a brim
  9. Rain gear (jacket and boots)
  10. Sturdy footwear (running shoes, sandals, at least one pair that's waterproof)
  11. Toiletries (Soap, Toothbrush, Toothpaste, Shampoo, etc)
  12. Bedding (Sleeping Bag, Pillow, Sheets, Blanket)
  13. At least two (2) Towels (Beach Towel and Shower Towel)
  14. A case (24 or 35) of bottled water
  15. Sunscreen and insect repellent

Water and sunscreen - please give to coaches during the registration process

  • Soccer Items
    1. Soccer Cleats
    2. Soccer Ball
    3. Shin Guards
    4. Running Shoes for training.
    5. Light Sportswear (Shorts, T-Shirts)
    6. Team Uniform (Only for players who play games during camp)

NOTE/ALERT: Please avoid newly bought cleats or running shoes for campers.  Campers always complain about the "brand new" and never used before footwear causing blisters and other discomforts.  Good, "old”, already tried and used cleats are the best solution for campers.

What to LEAVE at home
  • Electronic games consoles; tablets; laptops and/or personal digital audio/video players
  • Cell phone (We have phones on site to keep in touch with family) - numbers will be shared with the parents of participating players.  
  • Any food or drinks, except the case of water, will be stored in a kitchen.

Please note, that pop-type or Gatorade-type drinks, sweets, and similar kinds of food brought by campers from home, attract insects to cabins and create tensions between participants.

  • Expensive items that will devastate your child if they are broken or lost and NO MONEY! We don’t have a store at the camp.

All food, water, and snacks are free of charge and available in Camps Kitchen on 7/24.

Schedule of Activities -  a sample schedule depends on the weather
  • 8:00   - Wake up
  • 9:00   - 10:00 – Breakfast
  • 10:30 - 13:30 – Soccer activities
    • 10:30-12:00 -- U9-12 (with swimming after)
    • 12:00-13:30 -- U13-16 (with swimming after)
  • 14:00 - 15:00 – Lunch
  • 16:00 - 19:00 – Soccer activities
    • 16:30-18:00  --  U9-U12 (with swimming after)
    • 16:00-17:00 --  U13-U16 (with swimming after)
    • 17:30-19:00 game or game exercises
  • 19:30 - Dinner
  • 22:00 - Lights Off
Special notes
  • Thursday/Friday - Camp soccer tournament afternoon
  • Friday - Vatra after dinner
  • On league game day, no practice for participating team