Summer Camp information for 2019 will be posted by Feb. 1, 2019. Can't wait? Check out our camp catalog for more details!
We are excited to offer complimentary AM Extended Day beginning at 7:30 am to any camper, age four and up, enrolled in a morning camp.* Camp Staff will escort children from Extended Day to their camp. Of course, you can still drop your child off at their regular camp site starting at 9:00 am.
|Weekly Morning Hours||Weekly Afternoon Hours|
|Times||7:30 am-9:00 am||3:00 pm-6:00 pm|
|Included if camper is enrolled in a 9:00 AM
camp and is over the age of 4 years of age.
|Weekly Afternoon Rate: $35/$40
Daily Afternoon Rate: $10/$15
|AM Extended Day is offered complimentary
with any camper age four and up enrolled in
a morning camp. No registration required.
At the YMCA we know it's important for kids to have fun. We also know it's most important kids are safe and feel comfortable to participate and develop throughout the summer.
Save the Date!
Meet Your Counselor Night
Wednesday, May 23, 2018 at 6:00-7:00pm
• Southeast YMCA will meet at the lower shelter
• Northwest YMCA will meet at the shelter on the soccer field
Please feel free to reach out to our camp staff with any questions, suggestions, or concers you may have before, after, or during summer.
|Southeast Camp||Northwest Camp|
Youth & Sports Director
Youth & Sports Director
|Southeast Sports Camp||Southeast Preschool/Camp Arrowhead|
SE Youth & Adult Sports Coordinator
Preschool & Camp Coordinator
Why are there two prices listed by each camp?
The first price listed is for Monroe County YMCA members. The second price listed is the rate for non-members.
The camp I wanted to sign my child up for is full. What are my options?
You may be put on a wait list for the camp you are interested in. If a spot becomes available, we will contact you by phone. If you are not interested in your wait listed camp, please contact the YMCA and ask to have your name removed from the wait list.
What about sunscreen and bug spray?
We ask that you apply the first coat of sunscreen and bug spray at home each morning before coming to camp. Send your sunscreen and bug spray in your camper's backpack and counselors will reapply during the day. The YMCA will have extra sunscreen and bug spray for campers.
What should my child wear to camp?
Please bring your child to camp in clothes appropriate for getting dirty, playing games, and having fun. Also consider the weather conditions for the day when choosing attire. We recommend wearing shoes that won't easily come off. Please, no sandals. Remember to include a swimsuit and towel if your camper will be swimming that day.
Do I need to provide lunch every day?
Yes. Parents need to pack a lunch every day. Please don't send food that spoils quickly in the heat. We do not have space to refrigerate lunches.
What happens if there is bad weather?
If bad weather happens during camp, camp will be moved into the YMCA. Designated drop off and pick up areas for your camper will be posted in the lobby.
Can somebody else pick up my child from camp?
The only way another person may pick up your child from camp is if you have authorized that person to pick your child up on your camper's yellow card. This person will have to show identification to pick up your child.
We signed up for a week of camp, but our summer plans have changed. What now?
If before May 1, you will receive a full refund. If after May 1, you may transfer your child to another week of camp if space is available for a $10 fee. Cancellations after May 1 will be given no refund. Due to the popularity of the camps and our important counselor/camper ratio, cancellations will only be considered if there are children on the waiting list. Any cancellation request after May 1 must be submitted in writing to Chris Stone or Matt Osgood prior to the first day of the session for which your child is signed up. Member Service cannot issue a refund.
What if my child is signed up for more than one camp in a week?
We will make sure that your child is taken to the proper camp when their original camp is finished. It is the parent's responsibility to let the staff know that their child will need supervision to and from the activity. We will also make sure that they have time for their lunch.
When registering your child for Summer Camp, you will receive a Parent Packet. If registering online, you can download a copy below or stop by the YMCA to pick up your copy at the Welcome Center. Parent Packets are full of all kinds of important and useful information regarding Monroe County YMCA Camp.