School Age Services

YMCA DAY CAMP

SUMMER DAY CAMPS

Summer Day camps  at the Y are about one thing: they’re about discovery. Kids have the opportunity to explore nature, find new talents, try new activities, gain independence, and make lasting friendships and memories. And, of course, it’s fun too.

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    Preschool Day Camps (3 - 5 yrs)

    Preschool camps include hands-on learning activities, splash time and tons of fun. Preschool Campers participate in themed weeks with special guests and family events planned throughout the summer. All preschool campers must be fully potty trained; no pull-ups.

    Kids spend at least 30 minutes engaging in outdoor activities.

    Coppell (Camp Pee Wee)


    Fun in the Sun Outdoor Day Camps (5 - 12 yrs)

    Our Outdoor Camps are a fun and happy place to enjoy the summer play games, create arts and crafts, explore science and technology, swim, participate in field trips, appreciate nature and discover and value our many cultures.  It also provides youth with supervised activities that teach core values, conflict resolution and leadership skills. 

    Campers spend at least 80% of the day engaging in outdoor activities.

    Coppell (Camp Mission) Cross Timbers (Camp Yipiyuk)
    Grand Prairie (Camp Tatanka) Irving (Camp Ohana)
    Little Elm (Camp Lobos) McKinney (Camp on the Ridge)
    Moorland (Camp Natayo) Oak Cliff (Camp Wickiup)
    Plano (Camp Chippewa) Richardson (Camp Sa-Que-Sippi)
    J.E.R. Chilton (Camp Dakotah, Rockwall) T. Boone Pickens (Urban Adventure Camp)
    Waxahachie (Camp Buffalo Creek)  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


    Made In The Shade Indoor Day Camps (5 - 12 yrs)

    Like our Outdoor Day Camps, our Indoor Day Camps offer the same amazing experience and similar activities. Most of our Indoor Day Camps are conveniently located at neighboring schools.  Activities include playing games, creating arts and crafts, exploring science and technology, swimming, participating in field trips and much more. It also provides youth with supervised activities that teach core values, conflict resolution and leadership skills. 

    Campers spend at least 30% of the day engaging in outdoor activities. 

    Coppell (Camp Kookaburra &                        Camp KannaWanna) Frisco (Camp Caddo)
    Lake Highlands (Camp Maranatha) Park South (Camp Oso)
    Plano (Camp Chippewa) Sulphur Springs (Camp Bright Star)
    Semones (Camp Broken Arrow) White Rock (Camp Estrella)