Summer Camps

SAFE SUMMER CAMP FUN AT THE Y

Let's get outside and enjoy the sunshine together!

 

Get EXCITED—Summer Camp at the Y is OPENWe are so happy to welcome you back to summer camp at the Y! Our camp directors have been hard at work reimagining our summer camp program to create a safe, fun, and memorable summer for our campers. Visit your camp location below for the most up to date information: 

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NEED-TO-KNOW INFORMATION FOR FAMILIES:

Space is limited. 

To comply with mandated social distancing guidelines and ensure a safe camp experience, we have reduced the total number of campers we can accommodate this season

Updated registration timeline. 

We’ve modified our registration process to support current safety guidelines that recommend keeping the same group of campers together all summer long. The revised summer camp registration schedule is as follows:

  • Friday, June 19th and beyond
    • Space permitting, open registration for YMCA Members and Non-Members looking to register their campers for an 8-week option, 4-week option, or 2-week option
  • Parents will not be able to register for single weeks this season

Financial aid information:

 

WHAT TO EXPECT AT CAMP THIS YEAR

Curious what camp will look like this summer? 

Spoiler alert: It’ll feel like the familiar, fun, and exciting summer day camp experience you’ve come to expect from the Y! Visit your camp location below for the most up to date information: 

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UPDATED CAMP SAFETY GUIDELINES

Safety first at the Y—always. 

As we prepare to reopen, please be assured that your safety – and the safety of all our campers and camp staff – is our number one priority. We’re following guidelines from health experts and local officials to ensure that our summer camp programs meet the highest standards for health and safety, and we have modified our camp policies and procedures to facilitate all recommended safe physical/social distancing practices. Some modifications parents can expect include but are not limited to:

  • Campers and staff are encouraged to stay home if not feeling well.
  • Camper drop-off and pick-up will take place in car lines only. Parents/guardians will NOT be permitted in the outdoor or indoor camp spaces.
  • Daily screenings required for every camper and all staff each morning of camp. Screening will include a temperature check and brief questionnaire about symptoms the person is experiencing and potential exposure to someone who has tested positive of COVID-19. Screening questions include:
    • Have you administered medications to lower the child’s temperature.  
    • Is the child experiencing fever, cough, or shortness of breath, and/or symptoms of a cold or flu?   
    • Ask if anyone has been complaining of sore throat or body rash?   
    • Has the child been in close contact with anyone diagnosed with COVID-19 in the past 14 days; or has anyone in the household had symptoms of respiratory illness (e.g. fever, cough, shortness of breath). 
    • Are you, parent or guardian, essential personnel?  
    • Is there any reason these symptoms exist for you? (regarding issues with seasonal allergies)
  • Campers will stay together in “groups.” Groups will consist of no more than 10 campers and 2 counselors. 
    • Groups will remain isolated from other groups for the majority of the day, with social distancing measures in place. 
    • Campers that register for multiple weeks will be assigned to the same group for the entirety of their camp registration.
  • All campers and staff are required to wear face masks/coverings whenever utilizing indoor spaces or in outdoor spaces when distancing is not possible. Face masks/coverings are not required in outdoor spaces when distancing is practiced. Campers must bring their own face masks/coverings each day. The Y will have extra face masks on hand in the event a replacement is necessary.
  • Activities that promote distancing will be emphasized throughout the camp day as much as possible.
  • Camp equipment will be designated per group as much as possible to limit sharing of items. Equipment that is shared will be disinfected thoroughly between each use.
  • All campers and staff will wash/sanitize hands between every activity block throughout the camp day, approximately every 40 minutes.
  • All camp spaces will be thoroughly disinfected at the end of each camp day.

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Get EXCITED—Summer Camp at the Y is happening NOW! We are so happy to welcome you back to the Y!

Together, We're a Better Us.

  

  


 

Our Counselors

Every one of our camps is staffed with counselors who are not only well trained and qualified for child supervision, but love being part of camp just as much as our campers. In fact, many of our campers later pursue our Counselor-in-Training camp and then become counselors and full time Y staff members.

 

Interested in becoming a counselor?

 

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American Camp Association Accredited

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We are accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA) which sets the highest standards or day camps in the nation. This important seal of approval means we comply with up to 300 health, safety and program quality standards set by the ACA. We have gone to great lengths to provide a safe and quality environment.