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Vacation Camp

Once only available to Kids Club After School program participants, we are pleased to announce that Vacation Camp is now available to all school-age students in the local area, including non-members.

Vacation camp takes place at the Y or the Community Church of Mountain Lakes, when the normal school day is not in session. Schedules will be posted when the school year begins.

New! Vacation Camp for Elementary School Students!

Full Day Vacation Camp

Times: 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM

Cost: $15 / $25 Per Day*

Full day Vacation camp consists of morning specialties: Healthy U, CATCH: Coordinated Approach to Child Health, S.T.E.M., Arts & Crafts, Character Counts, Swimming, Sports & Games, and more. Afternoons consists of recreational time when kids can choose an area of interest while meeting new friends.


*Kids Club Participants / Member, Non-Member Fee

Extended Vacation Camp Option

Times: 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Cost: $10 / $20 Per Day*

Extended Vacation Camp adds an additional two hours to the Half Day option to enjoy some of the activities with the Full Day participants including morning rotations, lunch, and recreational time.


*Kids Club Participants / Member, Non-Member Fee

Half Day Vacation Camp

Times: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Cost: $5 / $15 Per Day*

Half day Vacation Camp will have some of the components of Full Day Vacation Camp within a 3-hour time slot. Schedule line-up will be available when the school year begins.


*Kids Club Participants / Member, Non-Member Fee

New Holiday Break Options

Mini Sports Camp

It’s never too early to work on athletic skills! Sports Camp will focus on developing current skill level to help grow and improve abilities. Our sports staff will work on the most important skills and strategies for a variety of sports. Details coming in November.

Mini STEM Camp

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics is the focus of STEM, and learning how to approach the world in a curious, experimental way. Asking questions, finding answers, and thinking “outside the box” are encouraged. Students will have the opportunity to delve into detailed experiments and learn how to be thorough in their findings. Details coming in November.


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