Activities at our many camps include: swimming, boating, arts and crafts, fine arts, horseback riding, field trips, archery, sports, team building and character development activities.
Campers at the Y learn how to be responsible and resourceful. They work in groups, solve problems and make decisions that help them grow as individuals. The Y works to help children and teens discover their full potential by providing opportunities to learn, grow and thrive.
All kids deserve a chance to play at camp. That's why all of our camps offer financial assistance and inclusion programs to those in need. For more information about financial assistance or inclusion support, please contact your branch.
For instructions on how to register for camp, please check here.
Overnight Camping Opportunities
The YMCA of Greater Rochester has partnered with us to provide overnight camping opportunities to our members. Visit the following links to learn more:
Immunizations, IEPs, and Medication Consent Forms
All documents are due to camp administration by June 1st or upon registration, if after June 1st.