Camps

2017 Summer Camp

YMCA Summer Camp is a safe and fun way to enjoy the summer. Meeting new friends, learning new skills, having fun! Our camp staff is ready to help with memory-making day camp experiences.

Have the opportunity to build self-confidence, independence, and creativity, and parents have peace of mind knowing your kids are in a safe and enriching place.

Downloads

The following information will be available in Spring 2017.

2017 Summer Camp Guide

Summer Camp Registration Form

CIT (Counselors in Training) Camp Letter and Application

Summer Camp Handbook for Parents

Fun Factory Swim Schedule

A brief description of each camp is provided below. Specific information on all of our camps will be available in our 2017 camp guide.

2017 Summer Camp

YMCA Summer Camp is a safe and fun way to enjoy the summer. Meeting new friends, learning new skills, having fun! Our camp staff is ready to help with memory-making day camp experiences.Kids have the opportunity to build self-confidence, independence, and creativity, and parents have peace of mind knowing your kids are in a safe and enriching place.

Downloads

2017 Summer Camp Guide

Summer Camp Flyers – each camp flyer is available within the descriptions on the camp page.

Summer Camp Registration Form

CIT (Counselors in Training) Camp Letter and Application

Summer Camp Handbook for Parents

For specific information on all of our camps, go to the Camps page HERE.

Full-Day Camp

Fun Factory

Fun Factory is our camp for ages 3-10 held at the YMCA. Each week of camp has a theme with field trips. Fun Factory provides a safe nurturing environment to learn, grow and thrive. Counselors focus on each child’s needs and work to make sure everyone is a part of the fun. Weekly activities revolve around themes which  include age appropriate games, swimming, field trips, sports activities, arts and crafts and songs.

Camp Mac Boykin

Camp Mac Boykin is an outdoor camp great for your 7 -12 year old. Each day is filled with swimming, hiking, sports, and many other activities centered around the weekly camp theme. Your camper will have a great time getting to know the kids in their age specific groups. All Camp Mac Boykin counselors have been properly trained and can’t wait to meet your camper this summer!

Teen Scene

Do you want your teenager to do more than watch TV and play video games this summer? Teen Scene is a great camp designed for teenagers, ages 11 – 13. Each camper will have an active summer and will have experiences they will cherish for a lifetime. Teen Scene helps teens see the world around them in a new light through field trips, service projects, and so much more.

 

Registration: Available in Spring 2017

Please bring a $25, one-time, enrollment fee along with a copy of your child’s immunization records to the Sumter Family YMCA. A $25 deposit per child, per week,  is also required at registration.
You may mix and match camp sessions throughout the summer (a week at Camp Mac Boykin, a week at Fun Factory, a week at a specialty camp, etc.)

Due to the many facets involved with summer camp, online registration is not available.

Cost:

Members: $90/week

Potential Members: $135/week

A $25 weekly deposit is due at the time of registration. The remaining balance is due the Thursday prior to each weekly camp.  Registration and any changes must be completed by this deadline for  each week that your child is registered. A $10 late fee will be applied after the deadline.  There will be no changes made in the middle of the session unless proper documentation from a physician is provided.

Specialty Camps

The Y offers a variety of specialty camps throughout the summer for youth that may include  multi-sports, basketball, flag football and volleyball.

Join us this summer with our Summer Specialty camps. Basketball, Flag Football, Volleyball… all of these sports jam packed into one summer. Your child will have fun making friends, learning teamwork and  sportsmanship. Camp day runs 9:00 am – 2:00 pm* with extended care options for full day of care.

 

Registration: Available Spring 2017

Season: June –August

Cost:
$25 one-time registration fee per child

Weekly: $60/members/$90 potential members

*$25 weekly deposit required at registration

Due to the many facets involved with summer camp, online registration is not available.

 

Counselors in Training

C.I.T. Camp

If your teen is looking for more than just a fun time this summer, C.I.T. Camp may be just for them.  C.I.T. (Counselors in Training) is designed to give teens 14-16 who are interested in one day becoming a camp counselor or leaders in the community a head start on that experience.  C.I.T.’s get to work within our camps, assisting in leading activities and learning from counselors.  All the while, we focus on treating these campers as professionals, giving them opportunities to discover their leadership potential and explore their strengths.

CIT (Counselors in Training) Camp Letter and Application- Available Spring 2017

Registration: Available Spring 2017

Location: Fun Factory or Camp Mac Boykinlow res

Cost:
$25 one-time registration fee

Members: $30/session

Potential Members: $45/session

A $5 deposit is required for each weekly session. The remaining balance is due the Thursday prior to each weekly camp.  Registration and any changes must be completed by this deadline for  each week that your child is registered. A $10 late fee will be applied after the deadline.  There will be no changes made in the middle of the session unless proper documentation from a physician is provided.