Guilbault said people who gather outdoors - whether in parks or backyards, for example - will still need to heed public distancing guidelines as much as possible.
"We'll probably have to put some money to make sure the summer camps are available for all the kids", he said.
As Quebec announced its latest plans to loosen restrictions on museums, libraries and drive-in movie theatres, the province's public health director warned Friday against citizens letting their guard down and failing to follow health measures.More news: Trump says may attend SpaceX manned rocket launch
During his daily briefing, Quebec Premier Francois Legault said the news brings with it a big recruitment push for counsellors and supervisors to be ready when the camps open. The announcement was made on Wednesday by Deputy Premier Genevieve Guilbault.
Quebec is reporting 65 new COVID-19 deaths today, bringing the total to 3,865.
There are now 1,516 people being treated for the virus in Quebec hospitals-a drop of 268 from the previous report of 1,784 on Tuesday.More news: Patrick Ewing Tests Positive For Coronavirus
Of those in a hospital, 183 are in intensive care, up only three from the 180 reported 24 hours earlier.
As of Wednesday, Quebec has seen 12,882 recoveries which is up 385 from the report a day prior.
On Monday, Montreal retailers with direct street access will be allowed to open, finally joining other retailers across Quebec who were given the green light to reopen two weeks ago.More news: Updated COVID-19 Case and Death Numbers For Los Angeles County
Quebec remains the province with the highest caseload and death toll related to COVID-19. A Quebec civil liberties group, la Ligue des droits et Libertes, said in a statement Wednesday the 72-year-old inmate's death could have been prevented if authorities had reduced the number of seniors detained in provincial jails.