Best Summer Ever!
Registration for the 2022 Summer Day Camp season is OPEN!
SUMMER DAY CAMPS | June 6 – August 19, 2022
Remember the fun of summer when you were a kid? Exploring the outdoors, spending time with friends, playing games and splashing in the pool? At Y camp, we create an exciting, safe, environment for kids to have an unforgettable summer of fun. And while they’re taking part in unique experiences and adventures, they’re also building self-esteem, developing interpersonal skills and making lasting friendships and memories.
- We offer Full Day Camps for multiple age groups and Half Day Camps with emphasis on sports & special hobbies.
- We offer Learning Tree Preschool Camps for our youngest campers.
- The Tri-Cities Family YMCA Full Day Camp program is one of only a handful of American Camping Association (ACA) accredited day camps in Western Michigan. Field trips, for an additional fee, and FREE lunches are available!
|2022 FULL DAY CAMP FIELD TRIPS|
|WEEK 2: Lewis Family Farm ($50)|
|WEEK 3: Grand Rapids Children’s Museum and Grand Rapids Public Museum ($50)|
|WEEK 4: Michigan’s Adventure ($60)|
|WEEK 6: Frederick Meijer Gardens and Happy Mohawk Canoeing ($50)|
|WEEK 7: Tri-Cities Historical Museum (free) and Craig’s Cruisers ($60)|
|WEEK 8: John Ball Zoo ($50)|
|WEEK 10: Michigan’s Adventure ($60)|
|*Please refer to the Spring/Summer Program Guide for further details regarding specific camp group field trips.|
Want to learn more? Check out the Spring/Summer Program Guide! Give your kids the chance to have fun, improve their health, learn new things and reach their potential – sign up for Summer Camp at the Y today.
Leaders in Training Program
Do you have a teen who is interested in learning job skills in a fun environment? Consider the YMCA’s Leaders in Training (LITs) program. Teens, ages 14-17, learn valuable skills in a fun and engaging camp environment. These skills translate to any summer job, but especially to our summer day camp program. By shadowing our summer day camp counselors, our LITs gain important life skills in problem solving, leadership, communication and how to be responsible for and nurture children.
- A brief introduction about the applicant
- Why they want to participate
- What they hope to gain by participating in the LIT program.