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Summer Day Camp Programs

The focus of the Lakeland Hills Family YMCA Summer Day Camps is to foster individuality, creativity, socialization, and fun inside of our campers!

The Y has developed a comprehensive summer camp program that delivers age-appropriate fun and discovery for kids ages 2½ – 16 years old. Our camp grows with your child offering campers a place where friendships are forged, memories are made, and the sense of security to take risks and express their true selves is found. We focus on individuality, creativity, socialization, and fun!

Preschool Half Day Camp (Ages 2½ – 5 Years Old)

Monday – Friday | 9:30 AM – 1:30 PM

This unique experience is one of our most successful programs for pre-school children and is designed to provide both physical growth and socialization through fun-filled early childhood activities. Campers use the air-conditioned indoor facilities of the Y pre-school and the enclosed outdoor playground.

Activities Include:
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Kid-approved Cooking
  • Outdoor Playground
  • Instructional Swimming
  • Music & Dance
  • Outside Water Play
  • Messy Art
  • Summer Science
  • C.A.T.C.H. Fitness Program
Lunch is Included… Don’t Forget to Order!

Lunch is included but you will still need to make your selections for each day. Please select NONE on any day your child will not be receiving camp lunch and remember to send lunch from home on that day(s).


For more information, contact April Ryder.
$360 Y Members  |  $385 Non-members
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Preschool Full Day Camp (Ages 2½ – 5 Years Old)

Monday – Friday | 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM

This unique experience is one of our most successful programs for pre-school children and is designed to provide both physical growth and socialization through fun-filled early childhood activities. Campers use the air-conditioned indoor facilities of the Y Early Childhood Learning Center and the enclosed outdoor playground.

Activities Include:
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Kid-approved Cooking
  • Outdoor Playground
  • Instructional Swimming
  • Music & Dance
  • Outside Water Play
  • Messy Art
  • Summer Science
  • C.A.T.C.H. Fitness Program
Lunch is Included… Don’t Forget to Order!

Lunch is included but you will still need to make your selections for each day. Please select NONE on any day your child will not be receiving camp lunch and remember to send lunch from home on that day(s).


For more information, contact April Ryder.
$605 Y Members  |  $630 Non-members
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School Age Half Day Camp (Ages 6 – 8 Years Old)

Monday – Friday | 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

This program is designed for the camper who wants to experience the full day program, but for a partial day. Following drop off, campers have two 45-minute rotations each day. They also get swimming lessons on Tuesday and Thursday mornings. These campers will also experience the amazing theme days that are planned once per session. Next, these campers will have a catered lunch time from 11:15-11:45 am. Ice cream will be available after lunch during recreational lunch time from 11:45 am-12:15 pm. Finally, campers will end their day with fun group time activities planned by their counselor based on the interests of the group.

Daily schedules, swim schedules and staff biographies will be available on the Y Parent Pages of our website beginning in June.
Morning Rotations Include:
  • Outdoor Cooking
  • Fun with Science
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Gameshow Challenge
  • Instructional Swimming
  • Two-Square
  • Junior Sports & Games
  • TOGETHERHOOD – Community Service Projects
  • C.A.T.C.H. Fitness Program
  • Lego Engineering
  • Junior Card Games
  • 9-Square in the Air
  • Blacktop Games
Lunch is Included… Don’t Forget to Order!

Lunch is included but you will still need to make your selections for each day. Please select NONE on any day your child will not be receiving camp lunch and remember to send lunch from home on that day(s). Ice cream is included daily but you still need to give permission for each day. Please select “No” on any day your child will not be receiving ice cream.


For more information, contact Camp Director, Shannon Bujoreanu.
$360 Members*  |  $385 Non-Members*

*An additional $30 per child will be charged for the Session 2 camp trip.
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School Age Full Day Camp Junior (6 – 8 Years Old)

Monday – Friday | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

We have given camp a facelift for 2018! These campers, grouped by age and gender, rotate with their groups each morning to a variety of fun-filled and exciting specialty areas. Junior groups will have 14-16 campers per group with two counselors. The daily group schedules are customized to satisfy the interests of the campers. Specialty Instructors plan and execute activities in the specific curriculum areas. Group counselors assist the campers with projects and with the overall supervision and safety of their group as they rotate through the morning. Junior campers experience two 45-minute rotations per day.

Rotations include the following for junior campers:

·       Outdoor Cooking ·       Arts & Crafts
·       C.A.T.C.H. Fitness Program ·       The Challenge
·       S.T.E.M. ·       Fun With Science
·       Interactive Tech Time ·       Togetherhood – Community Service
·       Archery ·       Kid Zone
·       GA-GA ·       Two-Square
·       Basketball ·       Junior Sports & Games
·       9-Square In the Air ·       Net Games
·       Blacktop Games ·       Junior Card Games
·       Lego Engineering ·       Giant Games
·       Gameshow Challenge ·

Next the juniors will head to recreation time which includes time on the playground, blacktop and in the pavilion. During this time campers can play two-square, basketball, have fun on the playground or just relax with their friends in a shaded area. We also offer ice cream each day during recreational lunch time. All campers must be registered for the ice cream program prior to the start of camp.

Each afternoon the junior campers have a customized schedule specific to their group.  Each group will have a different schedule that is based around swimming time. The components of each schedule are:

  • Play Time – A brief time where campers will be able to play with toys from home, have sunblock applied for the afternoon, bathroom and drink breaks as well as social time with their peers under the supervision of their counselors. Campers will choose their elective for the day during this time.
  • Group Time – A 30-minute period (3-4 times per week) where counselors plan fun games, activities, contests, science or crafts based on the interests of their group.
  • Elective Time – This is a new component of camp for this summer which will allow all campers to choose an age appropriate activity based on his/her interests for a one hour period each day in the afternoon. Juniors will be separate from seniors for this elective period. Electives will cover a variety of activities each day including Performing Arts, Strategy Games, Culinary Arts, Sports & Games, Arts & Crafts and Science and Technology. Campers must choose their elective for the day during chill out time.  Each activity has limited space for each day to help alleviate lines and overcrowding in each activity area.
  • Snack Time – A 15-minute period each day where campers can sit and enjoy a snack from home. Please follow healthy guidelines.
  • Swimming – Each camper will have two 30 minute instructional swim lessons each week. At the end of the second swim lesson each week, there will be a 10-minute recreation swim period.  Swimmers are broken into three smaller groups during swim based on ability after completing a swim evaluation with the aquatic deck supervisor.
  • Group Face off – A 30-minute period once per week where groups will face off with one-another in different games, team building activities or brain challenges.
  • Camp Talk – A 30-minute period once per week where campers talk as a group about likes, dislikes, upcoming camp events and activities, kindness, character. This time will also include some fun ice-breaker games for the campers to help them make new friends.
  • BFT (Big Fun Time) – A 30-minute period once per week where the Activity Leaders for 3-4 groups at camp will run a fun an exciting large group activity. This time will showcase the fun and silly personalities of the staff while engaging the campers in some group fun!
Lunch is Included… Don’t Forget to Order!

Lunch is included but you will still need to make your selections for each day. Please select NONE on any day your child will not be receiving camp lunch and remember to send lunch from home on that day(s).

Ice Cream is included…Don’t Forget to Order!

Ice Cream is included but you will still need to give permission for each day. Please select “NO” on any day your child will not be receiving ice cream.

Parents Please Note: One friend request per camper may be submitted by April 1st. Friend requests are only offered for this camp option and are not guaranteed.
For more information, contact Camp Director, Shannon Bujoreanu.
$505 Members* | $530 Non-members*
*An additional $30 per child will be charged for the Session 2 camp trip.

 

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School Age Full Day Camp S.K.O.R. (6-8 Years Old)

SPECIAL KIDS ORGANIZED RECREATION Services

Our Summer Camp program encourages and supports the participation of all individuals. If your child receives special services or accommodations during the school year, you’re invited to contact the camp director to discuss camp options. This program will allow campers to be exposed to the same activities as day camp, in a much smaller group size (of 6 campers).  These groups will have a 1:3 staff ratio.

We have a team of qualified staff to ensure that your child has a fun, successful, quality experience. We do not have the resources to provide a one-on-one aide for those children who may not otherwise be able to function within a large group. However, if, at the parent’s expense, an aide is provided, we are happy to work with them to ensure the best outcome for your child and the program as a whole. Aides will be required to go through YMCA training and background checks.

Lunch is Included… Don’t Forget to Order!

Lunch is included but you will still need to make your selections for each day. Please select NONE on any day your child will not be receiving camp lunch and remember to send lunch from home on that day(s).

Ice Cream is included…Don’t Forget to Order!

Ice Cream is included but you will still need to give permission for each day. Please select “NO” on any day your child will not be receiving ice cream.

Parents Please Note: One friend request per camper may be submitted by April 1st. Friend requests are only offered for this camp option and are not guaranteed.
For more information, contact Camp Director, Shannon Bujoreanu.
$505 Members* | $530 Non-members*
*An additional $30 per child will be charged for the Session 2 camp trip.
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School Age Camp Full Day Senior (9-12 Years Old)

Monday – Friday | 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

We have given camp some fun and exciting camp changes for 2018! These campers, grouped by age and gender, rotate with their groups each morning to a variety of fun-filled and exciting specialty areas. Senior groups will have 20-25 campers per group with three counselors.

Older campers can expect a more challenging morning schedule that will satisfy the interests of the campers. Specialty Instructors plan and execute activities in the specific curriculum areas. Group counselors assist the campers with projects and with the overall supervision and safety of their group as they rotate through the morning. Senior campers experience three 45-minute rotations per morning.

Rotations include the following for senior campers:

·       Outdoor Cooking ·       Arts & Crafts
·       C.A.T.C.H. Fitness Program ·       The Challenge
·       S.T.E.M. ·       Gameshow Challenge
·       Interactive Tech Time ·       Togetherhood – Community Service
·       Archery ·       Kid Zone
·       GA-GA ·       Four Square
·       Basketball ·       Senior Sports & Games
·       9-Square In the Air ·       Net Games
·       Blacktop Games ·       Senior Card Games
·       Lego Engineering ·       Giant Games

 

Next the seniors will head to recreation time which includes time on the blacktop and in the tent. During this time campers can play four square, basketball, or just relax with their friends in a shaded area. We also offer ice cream each day during recreational lunch time. All campers must be registered for the ice cream program prior to the start of camp.

Each afternoon the senior campers have a customized schedule specific to their group.  Each group will have a different schedule that is based around swimming time.  The components of each schedule are:

  • Group Time – A 30-minute period (3-4 times per week) where counselors plan fun games, activities, contests, or crafts based on the interests of their group.
  • Elective Time – This is a new component of camp for this summer which will allow all campers to choose an age appropriate activity based on his/her interests for a one hour period each day in the afternoon. Seniors will be separated from juniors for this period to allow more advances activities for the seniors. Electives will cover a variety of activities each day including Performing Arts, Strategy Games, Culinary Arts, Sports & Games, Arts & Crafts and Science and Technology. Campers must choose their elective for the day.  Each activity has limited space for each day to help alleviate lines and overcrowding in each activity area. Activities during this elective period are designed specifically for senior campers.
  • Chill Out time – A 30-minute period each day where campers can have a snack from home while relaxing and being social with their peers.
  • Swimming – Each camper will have 2- 30 minute instructional swim lessons each week. At the end of the second swim lesson each week, there will be a 10 minute recreation swim period.  Swimmers are broken into 3 smaller groups during swim based on ability after completing a swim evaluation with the aquatic deck supervisor.
  • Group Face off– A 30 minute period once per week where senior groups will face off with one-another in different games, team building activities or brain challenges.
  • Camp Talk – A 30 minute period once per week where campers talk as a group about likes, dislikes, upcoming camp events and activities, kindness, character building. This time will also include some fun activities for the older campers to make new friends.
  • BFT (Big Fun Time) – A 30 minute period once per week where the Activity Director for 3-4 groups at camp will run a fun an exciting large group activity. This time will showcase the fun and silly personalities of the staff while engaging the campers in some group fun!
Lunch is Included… Don’t Forget to Order!

Lunch is included but you will still need to make your selections for each day. Please select NONE on any day your child will not be receiving camp lunch and remember to send lunch from home on that day(s).

Ice Cream is included…Don’t Forget to Order!

Ice Cream is included but you will still need to give permission for each day. Please select “NO” on any day your child will not be receiving ice cream.

Parents Please Note: One friend request per camper may be submitted by April 1st. Friend requests are only offered for this camp option and are not guaranteed.
For more information, contact Camp Director, Shannon Bujoreanu.
$505 Members* | $530 Non-members*
*An additional $30 per child will be charged for the Session 2 camp trip.
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Specialty Camps (Ages 8 – 12 Years Old)

Monday – Friday | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Specialty camps instruction runs each morning between 9:15-11:45 am then these campers join up with the rest of camp for afternoon activities (lunch, recreation time, group time, swimming, and hobby time) until 4 pm. It is recommended that all sports campers have some athletic background in order to be successful in these options.

Camp Specialty

Y Member* / Non-Member*

Session 1

Session 2

Session 3

Session 4

Performing Arts

$530 / $555

Gymnastics / Cheer

$530 / $555

Tennis

$615 / $640

Basketball / Soccer

$530 / $555

Travel Sports

$645 / $670

Football / Hockey

$530 / $555

Team Handball / Bowling

$615 / $640

*Includes additional $30 for trip to Funplex.  All others that meet during session 2 will be $30 more than price shown for trip.

Lunch is Included… Don’t Forget to Order!

Lunch is included but you will still need to make your selections for each day. Please select NONE on any day your child will not be receiving camp lunch and remember to send lunch from home on that day(s).


 

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Leaders in Training (13 – 15 Years Old / 8th – 10th Graders)

Monday – Friday | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

For older campers the popular LIT (Leaders-in-Training) Program provides teens with a balance of social time with peers as well as training components and volunteerism through community service projects. It is this balance that will give teens leadership skills to help them find success in the future. Teens are expected to participate in all facets of the program.

The LIT’s will have three all-day trips on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays (Six Flags, Water Parks, The Jersey Shore, Laser Tag, etc.). Most trips fall within the 9:00 am – 4:00 pm program times, however, there are some exceptions.  See the LIT calendar mailed out in June for more detailed specifics (departure and arrival times, what to wear, lunch specifics for the trip, etc.). All campers must be onsite 15 minutes prior to departure times in order to participate.

On Tuesdays and Thursdays, the LIT camp experience is composed of morning local trips, group time activities and community service projects.  Group Projects (w/ Community Service Director) will be summer long and includes a Give a Kid the Y Fundraiser, Counselor Appreciation, etc.

All first time LIT participants are required to attend the mandatory Parent-Camper Orientation on Sunday, June 10 at the YMCA from 1:00 – 2:00 PM.

Lunch is Included on Non-Trip Days… Don’t Forget to Order!

Lunch is included on non-trip days but you will still need to make your selections for each day. Please select NONE on trip days and any day your child will not be receiving camp lunch and remember to send lunch from home on that day(s).

Ice Cream is included…Don’t Forget to Order!

Ice Cream is included but you will still need to give permission for each day. Please select “NO” on any day your child will not be receiving ice cream.  “NO” should be selected for Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays as the LITs are offsite.

For more information, contact Camp Director, Shannon Bujoreanu.
*An additional $30 per child will be charged for the Session 2 special camp trip.
$710 Members** | $735 Non-members**
**Pre and Post supervision included at no extra cost!
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Counselor in Training (15 – 16 Years Old / 10th – 11th Graders)

Monday – Friday | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Our CIT (Counselors-in-Training) Program is ideal for teens interested in a career with children. Hands-on training under the supervision of camp staff allows for interaction with young campers each morning. Mornings will also allow time for group workshops with the CIT Coordinator. Afternoons, CITs will be placed in areas to help facilitate Elective Time with campers. Each CIT will receive a written evaluation for each session.

Pre and Post supervision is included at no cost for CIT’s.

Lunch is Included… Don’t Forget to Order!

Lunch is included but you will still need to make your selections for each day. Please select NONE on any day your child will not be receiving camp lunch and remember to send lunch from home on that day(s).

Ice Cream is included…Don’t Forget to Order!

Ice Cream is included but you will still need to give permission for each day. Please select “NO” on any day your child will not be receiving ice cream.

$320 Members | $345 Non-member
Must call director for acceptance into the program
For more information, contact Camp Director, Shannon Bujoreanu.
*An additional $30 per child will be charged for the Session 2 camp trip.
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Vacation Camp Weeks (6 – 12 Years Old)

Monday – Friday | 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM

Vacation Week: August 20 – 24

Vacation camp is a one-week session that immediately follows session 4. Vacation camp is specifically intended to bridge the gap between camp and school for working parents. All rotations will be run by camp counselors following and dynamic rotation schedule (i.e. cooking, CATCH, Arts & Crafts, 9-Square, GA-GA, Kid Zone, Sports & Games, Giant Games, Lego Engineering and more). Due to limited space and facilities, friend requests cannot be honored this week. This camp week has approximately 175 participants and 25 staff. There are usually 4 boys groups and 3 girls groups.

In order to participate in this session you must have your child enrolled in at least one 2-week session of camp for the summer.

  • Swimming is only available Monday – Wednesday this week.
  • Space is limited
  • Not available for Preschool Half Day Campers
  • No friend requests due to limited space

August week offered as full week only.
AUGUST WEEK:  $250 Members | $275 Non-Members

Lunch is Included… Don’t Forget to Order!

Lunch is included but you will still need to make your selections for each day. Please select NONE on any day your child will not be receiving camp lunch and remember to send lunch from home on that day(s).

Ice Cream is included…Don’t Forget to Order!

Ice Cream is included but you will still need to give permission for each day. Please select “NO” on any day your child will not be receiving ice cream.


For more information, contact Camp Director, Shannon Bujoreanu.
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Extended Supervision

For those who need to be dropped off before camp begins and /or picked up after camp ends. This is supervised recreational time.


Pre-Supervision

Monday – Friday | 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM
$55 Per Two-Week Session (Not available for Preschool Half Day Campers)

Post-Supervision

Monday – Friday | 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
$65 Per Two-Week Session (Not available for Preschool Half Day Campers or School Age Half Day Campers | Parents should supply snack for Post Supervision.)

To Register:

During the registration process for any of the above camps you will be prompted to make your selection for Pre/Post Supervision for each session.


Attention LITs & CITs: Pre & Post Supervision is included at no additional charge for LITs & CITs, however, you must still select these options during the registration process in order for your teen to be included on the Pre and/or Post roster(s).
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SPECIALTY CAMPS (AGES 8 – 12 Years Old)

MONDAY – FRIDAY | 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Specialty instruction runs each morning between 9:30-11:45 am then these campers join up with the rest of camp for afternoon activities.  It is recommended that all sports campers have some athletic background in order to be successful in these options. For specifics regarding morning instruction time and pricing, please see the above tab labeled “Specialty Camps.”

After lunch the specialty camps will join senior campers and head to recreation time which includes time on the blacktop and in the tent. During this time campers can play four square, basketball, or just relax with their friends in a shaded area. We also offer ice cream each day during recreational lunch time. All campers must be registered for the ice cream program prior to the start of camp.

Each afternoon the senior and specialty campers have a customized schedule specific to their group.  Each group will have a different schedule that is based around swimming time.  The components of each schedule are:

  • Group Time – A 30-minute period (3-4 times per week) where counselors plan fun games, activities, contests, or crafts based on the interests of their group.
  • Elective Time – This is a new component of camp for this summer which will allow all campers to choose an age appropriate activity based on his/her interests for a one hour period each day in the afternoon. Seniors will be separated from juniors for this period to allow more advances activities for the seniors. Electives will cover a variety of activities each day including Performing Arts, Strategy Games, Culinary Arts, Sports & Games, Arts & Crafts and Science and Technology. Campers must choose their elective for the day.  Each activity has limited space for each day to help alleviate lines and overcrowding in each activity area. Activities during this elective period are designed specifically for senior campers.
  • Chill Out time – A 30-minute period each day where campers can have a snack from home while relaxing and being social with their peers.
  • Swimming – Each camper will have two 30-minute instructional swim lessons each week. At the end of the second swim lesson each week, there will be a 10-minute recreation swim period.  Swimmers are broken into three smaller groups during swim based on ability after completing a swim evaluation with the aquatic deck supervisor.
  • Group Face off– A 30 minute period once per week where senior groups will face off with one-another in different games, team building activities or brain challenges.
  • Camp Talk – A 30-minute period once per week where campers talk as a group about likes, dislikes, upcoming camp events and activities, kindness, character building. This time will also include some fun activities for the older campers to make new friends.
  • BFT (Big Fun Time) – A 30-minute period once per week where the Activity Director for 3-4 groups at camp will run a fun an exciting large group activity. This time will showcase the fun and silly personalities of the staff while engaging the campers in some group fun!
Lunch is Included… Don’t Forget to Order!

Lunch is included but you will still need to make your selections for each day. Please select NONE on any day your child will not be receiving camp lunch and remember to send lunch from home on that day(s).

Ice Cream is included…Don’t Forget to Order!

Ice Cream is included but you will still need to give permission for each day. Please select “NO” on any day your child will not be receiving ice cream.

Performing Arts Camp (Specialty Camps)

Performing arts instruction is held from 9:30 – 11:45 AM. Then the group will join the rest of Senior Full Day Camp for lunch, recreational time, group time, electives, group face off, camp talk, chill out and BFT. It is recommended that all campers in this group enjoy being in the spotlight.

The goal of this program is to introduce young children to the magic of theater. Program will include creative play, creating characters, basic acting technique, voice and movement work, following stage directions as well as basic set and prop building and costume design. All campers will perform in an exciting end of session show during group time for campers. Each performance will be video recorded and camp parent will be emailed a link to view it. This group is co-ed and will have up to 20 campers per session with 2 counselors.

Offered Sessions 2,3 and 4
$530 Members | $555 Non-Members*
*An additional $30 per child will be charged for Session 2 Camp Trip
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Gymnastics / Cheer Camp (Specialty Camps)

Gymnastics and Cheer instruction is held from 9:30-11:45 am. Our gymnastics program is comprised of gymnastics and cheerleading, which incorporate warm-ups and stretching. Our gymnastics program is made up of skill development on both beam, vault and floor. Cheerleading and dance is built upon stunting progression and dance elements. Campers work on desired skills to show off at our Y-Lympics (showcase exhibition – held in session 3 and 4 only). This group is typically all girls.

Then the group will join the rest of Senior Full Day Camp for lunch, recreational time, group time, electives, Group Face Off, Camp Talk, Chill Out and BFT.

$530 Members | $555 Non-Members

*An additional $30 per child will be charged for the Session 2 camp trip.
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Tennis Camp (Specialty Camps)

Held at the Knoll Indoor Tennis Club each morning.  We use tennis court at the club where campers are coached by ability. The morning is comprised of tennis skills and drills, games and tournaments. Participants must bring own racquet daily. Tennis campers will participate in morning theme days at the Y twice over the summer. This group is co-ed and will have up to 10 campers with 1 counselor.

The group will then join the rest of Senior Full Day Camp for lunch, recreational time, group time, electives, Group Face Off, Camp Talk, Chill Out and BFT.

Must be on-site by 9:00 AM for bus transportation. Parents may not drop off or pick up at the Racquet Club, as per state and YMCA Safety guidelines. Therefore if campers in this group arrive after 9 am they cannot be dropped off at camp until 11:45 when their group returns.

$615 Members | $640 Non-Members

*An additional $30 per child will be charged for the Session 2 camp trip.

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Basketball / Soccer Camp (Specialty Camp)

Sports Instruction is held each morning from 9:30-11:45 am. We offer basic basketball instruction for campers with all levels of ability. We teach all facets of offense, defense, shooting, rebounding, passing, ball handling, game situations and more.

During soccer, campers will learn to dribble, pass, head, attack and score. Drills and skills will also focus on speed and agility. Co-ed grouping, mostly boys.

  • One week of: Basketball in the air conditioned gymnasium
  • One week of: Soccer on the Field at the Y

$530 Members | $555 Non-Members Session 1 ONLY

 

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Travel Sports Camp (Specialty Camps)

Morning trips held at various locations throughout the area from 9:15-11:45 am. Some of last year’s trips included roller skating, golf, rock climbing, bowling and laser tag.  Co-ed grouping.

Must be on-site by 9:00 AM for bus transportation. See sports calendar in welcome packet for more specifics.  Anyone who is not onsite by the scheduled departure time will not be permitted to drop off at camp until the trip return time posted on the calendar.

$615 Members | $640 Non-Members Session 2 ONLY

*An additional $30 per child will be charged for the Session 2 special camp trip.
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Football / Hockey Camp (Specialty Camps)

Sports Instruction is held each morning from 9:30-11:45 am. Our football camp provides kids with the opportunity to develop technical football skills in a fun, semi-competitive game environment.  They will also run offensive and defensive drills and clinics.  When you attend our hockey camp, you’ll learn how to play hockey through a variety of formats. From speed and agility training to both team and individual hockey drills, you’re sure to improve every aspect of your game. Held at the Y. Co-ed grouping, mostly boys.

  • One week of: Football on the field.
  • One week of: Hockey on the blacktop. Helmet Required.

$530 Members | $555 Non-Members   Session 3 ONLY

 

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Team Handball / Bowling Camp (Specialty Camps)

Sports Instruction is held each morning from 9:30-11:45 am. When you attend our Team Handball camp, you’ll learn how to play handball through a variety of formats – from speed and agility training to both team and individual passing handball drills.

During bowling, campers will get placed on teams and compete for the week. Trophies will be awarded to the overall first place team of the week as well as for one MVP and most improved player of the week. Co-ed grouping, mostly boys.

  • Week 1: Team Handball on the Field at the Y
  • Week 2: Bowling held at Rockaway Lanes

$615 Members | $640 Non-Members Session 4 ONLY

Must be on-site by 9:00 AM for bus transportation. See sports calendar in welcome packet for more specifics.  Anyone who is not onsite by the scheduled departure time will not be permitted to drop off at camp until 11:45 am when the group returns.

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2018 Camp Sessions & Dates

Session

Dates

Session 1

June 25 – July 6*

Session 2

July 9 – July 20

Session 3

July 23 – August 3

Session 4

August 6 – August 17

Vacation Camp Week**

August 20 – August 24

*No Camp on July 4
**Must be enrolled in at least one 2-week session. Not available for Preschool Half Day Camp.