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CAMP ON THE LAKE

CAMP ON THE LAKE

Camp on the Lake is a premier, regional, waterfront day camp environment created just for kids. Camp on the Lake is located on Lake Lewisville and serves families throughout the Dallas Metroplex. What makes Camp on the Lake especially unique is its location and ability to provide your child with a slew of summer camp activities that are usually exclusive to sleep-away camps. Your camper will enjoy activities such as Archery, Water Activities, Crafts and many more... all close to home!
 

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SIGN UP INFORMATION

 

NOTE: Out of an abundance of caution, we have suspended busing from area YMCAs for summer 2020. All campers must be dropped off and picked up at Camp on the Lake. 

When you come in, be sure to bring a copy of your child’s shot records. A copy is required for all children to attend Camp on the Lake. 

The registration deadline for each week is the Wednesday prior. 

RATES
$220 Members    
$255 Activity Members


MORE ABOUT CAMP

YOUNG ADVENTURERS
Ages 6-8

At YMCA Camp on the Lake, kids have fun and make new friends while taking part in supervised activities that embrace the core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. We know that young campers gain a greater sense of security and community by remaining with their “new” friends and camp counselors. That is why we engage children in age appropriate activities that encourage camaraderie and social interaction so that they feel comfortable and free to experience all the possibilities Camp on the Lake has to offer. Campers are grouped together by age and gender, if they have a friend coming to camp please let us know and we will group them together (must be same gender and within 2 years of age).

These Young Adventurers will participate in activities such as Crafts, Archery, Swimming, Canoeing/Kayaking, Sailing, Riflery, Group Games, and Field Games plus many more!

EXPERIENCED EXPLORERS
9-13 Yrs

Most day camps have a set curriculum of activities that all campers are required to adhere to. In essence, its one size fits all. That doesn’t always work for campers in this age group who crave as much time as possible at the activities they love such as sailing and boating while quicker mini periods for other activities to get in as much fun as possible each day. Larger activities such as boating, sailing, and crafts will run for an hour each. Smaller activities such as swimming, canoes, field game, and archery/bb's will run for 30 minutes to allow for more activities throughout the camp day. Campers are grouped together by age and gender, if they have a friend coming to camp please let us know and we will group them together. (must be same gender and within 2 years of age, campers age 8 or under will not be able to join groups of campers ages 9 and up).

Some of the activities offered include: Swimming, Archery, Canoeing/Kayaking, Crafts, Group Games, Nature Exploration, Sports, BB riflery, Sailing, Tubing, and much more!   


PICK-UP AND DROP-OFF INFORMATION

Campers can be dropped off at Camp on the Lake between 7:30-8:15am.  Afternoon Pick-Up will be between 5-6 pm. If you wish to pick up your child before this time, please contact the Camp on the Lake office to pick them up early. 

NOTE: Out of an abundance of caution, we have suspended busing from area YMCAs for summer 2020. All campers must be dropped off and picked up at Camp on the Lake.

CAMP ON THE LAKE
709 Highland Village Rd.
Highland Village, TX 75077

A driver's license or government issued photo I.D. must be presented to the Camp Staff before the child may be released to the parent. We will not release any child to an unauthorized person not on the child's registration form.  Camp on the Lake closes at 6 pm and a late fee of $1 per minute will be charged for any child remaining in our care after the close of camp.


CONTACT:

For more general information or questions:
camponthelakeinfo@ymcadallas.org