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2017 SUMMER DAY CAMP LAKE VIEW YMCA lakeviewymca.org


FRIENDSHIP. ACCOMPLISHMENT. BELONGING. 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.

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Summer is just around the corner, so sign up at the membership desk today!


LAKE VIEW YMCA

3333 North Marshfield Ave., Chicago, IL 60657 773.248.3333 lakeviewymca.org Professionally Trained Staff Our caring counselors are professional role models.

Extended Care Available Before and after hours to accommodate working parents.

ACA Accredited We maintain the highest standards regarding program safety and quality.

Field Trips Unique opportunities to explore nature and experience new places.

Swimming Kids cool off in the pool under the close watch of lifeguards. Healthy Kids Focus Dedicated to building healthy, confident, connected and secure children. Financial Assistance Available We believe every child should have the opportunity to experience Y camp.

CAMP INFORMATION

Inclusion The YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago invites persons with disabilities to enjoy Y programs and facilities. If you require a reasonable modification due to a disability to enjoy any of our programs, please answer the request question on the registration form. A member of our Inclusion Team will then contact you. Any questions that you may have can also be sent to inclusion@ymcachicago.org.

CAMP SESSION DATES Session

Dates

Mini

Jun 21-23

REGISTRATION

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Jun 26-30

YMCA Members: Begins Monday, February 6

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Jul 3-7*

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Jul 10-14**

Non-members: Begins Monday, February 13 Registration can be completed online, over the phone or in person. One emergency packet is required for each child and must be completed and turned in the same day you register. A non-refundable, non-transferable deposit is due for each week of camp you are reserving at the time of registration. Camp Payments: We ask all families to register for auto draft. We also offer weekly payments as well. If you choose weekly payments, all payments must be made in full 7 days prior to the start of each camp week. If payment is not made in full 7 days prior to the start of each camp week, you will be charged a $10 late fee.

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Jul 17-21

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Jul 24-28

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Jul 31-Aug 4

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Aug 7-11

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Aug 14-18

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Aug 21-25

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Aug 28-Sep 1

*No camp Tuesday, July 4. **Parents Night Cookout will be held on July 13 at 6 p.m.

ACA RATIOS

Our summer camp is accredited by the American Camping Association and we adhere to ACA staff-to-camper ratios. Camper Age

Staff-to-Camper Ratio

4-5

1 to 6

6-8

1 to 8

9-14

1 to 10

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CAMP INFORMATION TRADITIONAL CAMP HOURS & EXTENDED CARE

Traditional Camp runs from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Extended care is available for no additional fee. It starts as early as 7 a.m. and ends in the evening as late as 6 p.m. While extended care is less structured than regular camp hours, campers will be well supervised and remain engaged in a variety of activities throughout the program.

KIDDIE CAMP KIDDIE CAMP PERKS! Included in the price of Kiddie Camp: • Free YMCA T-shirt • Swim and outdoor and indoor recreational time • Quality programming and social development

KIDDIE CAMP

Date: Jun 21-Aug 18 Age: 3-5 Camp Hours: 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Location: Lake View YMCA Is your 4- to 5-year-old ready to try new things? Kiddie Campers try new things every day thanks to our amazing learning experiences, designed to keep your child engaged and excited in camp. A great introduction to summer camp packed into a fun-filled three hours a day. Campers will participate in creative art experiences, stories, songs, weekly swim time, group games and a trip to the park each week. See the growth in your child in one short summer as they encounter new people and experiences with the YMCA!

WHAT TO BRING Kiddie Camp: • Backpack with 2 straps • Snack (no nuts) • Water bottle • Sunscreen (spray only please) • Gym shoes • Change of clothing • Emergency medication • One comfort item On Swim Days: • Swimsuit • Towel • Swim cap (if hair is longer than ears)

Fees: Days

Early Bird Feb-May 1, 2017 Member/Non-Member

May 1-End of Summer Member/ Non-Member

M-F

$175/$195

$187/207

*Mini Week

$107/$119

$114/$126

**Week 2

$141/$157

$151/$167

Camp is Monday-Friday and will not be prorated for select days *Mini Camp is June 21-23 **Week 2 - No camp Tuesday, July 4

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Parent Orientation: Wednesday, June 7 at 6 p.m. - Lake View Y Gym


DAY CAMP

EXPLORERS CAMP

DAY CAMP PERKS! Included in the price of Explorers, Navigators, Junior Adventure, Adventure, Sports, Specialty, and Teen Camp: • Free YMCA t-shirt • Swim and indoor and outdoor recreational time • Field trips • Extended before and after care program for working parents

DAY CAMP INFORMATION

All camps run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with included extended hours from 7-9 a.m. and 4-6 p.m. Summer day camp is a super-lively, full-day enrichment program focused on quality, age-appropriate activities, safety and fun! Campers will experience new discoveries, develop new skills and make new friends along the way. Kids stay motivated and are encouraged to make good choices by exercising independent thinking. Kids will learn new things while they make friends and have fun along the way. Each week is packed with an amazing variety of activities including field trips, swimming, themed special events, playing at local parks, creating art projects, exploring through science and nature activities, nutritional and fitness education, and more! WHAT TO BRING All Day Camps: • Backpack • Water bottle (please no soft drinks) • Lunch • Two snacks (no peanuts) • Emergency medication • Sunscreen • Socks • Gym shoes On Swim Days: • Swimsuit • Swim cap • Towel

Dates: Jun 21-Sep 1 Age: 5 Location: Lake View YMCA Field Trips: Tuesdays Camp: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (plus extended care) We have several group activities planned each day, so kids learn to work and play together. With kindergarten right around the corner, Explorers work to develop social skills and learn how to work as a group while having fun with other campers. Parent Orientation: Thursday, June 8 at 6 p.m. - Lake View Y Gym Fees: Week

Early Bird (M)/(NM)

After April 30 (M)/(NM)

1,3-10

$245/$295

$257/$307

*2

$197/$237

$207/247

**Mini

$149/$179

$156/$186

*Week 2 - No camp July 4 **Mini Week runs June 21-23

NAVIGATORS CAMP

Dates: Jun 21-Sep 1 Age: 6 Camp: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (plus extended care) Location: Lake View YMCA Field Trips: Tuesday We believe that the values and skills learned early on are vital building blocks for quality of life. We want to help Navigator kids take an interest in learning and make smart life choices. During camp, kids learn to share, work as a team and most importantly learn how to be themselves. That makes for confident kids today and contributing and engaged adults tomorrow. Parent Orientation: Thursday, June 8 at 6 p.m. - Lake View Y Gym Fees: Week

Early Bird (M)/(NM)

After April 30 (M)/(NM)

1,3-10

$245/$295

$257/$307

*2

$197/$237

$207/247

**Mini

$149/$179

$156/$186

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JR. ADVENTURE CAMP

ADVENTURE CAMP

Jr. Adventure campers will spend fun-filled days doing group activities, creative art experiences, games and exploration, as well as cool field trips and special events. These campers will have the chance to work on improving their social and emotional skills in a supportive and safe environment. Each day brings something new and exciting in Jr. Adventure Camp!

The Y works every day to make sure that everyone has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. Parents desire a safe environment in which children can learn practical and social skills and develop positive values. Kids want to exert energy, discover who they are and what they can achieve. At Adventure Camp, we nurture life lessons in kids and work to develop character and leadership skills. Daily activities include creative art experiences, character development, social development, physical activity and fun!

Dates: Jun 21-Sep 1 Age: 7-8 Camp: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (plus extended care) Location: Lake View YMCA Field Trips: Tuesday

Parent Orientation: Thursday, June 8 at 6 p.m. - Lake View Y Gym Fees: Week

Early Bird (M)/(NM)

After April 30 (M)/(NM)

1,3-10

$245/$295

$257/$307

*2

$197/$237

$207/247

**Mini

$149/$179

$156/$186

*Week 2 - No camp July 4 **Mini Week runs June 21-23

Dates: Jun 21-Sep 1 Age: 9-11 Camp: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (plus extended care) Location: Lake View YMCA Field Trips: Tuesday

Parent Orientation: Thursday, June 8 at 6 p.m. - Lake View Y Gym Fees: Week

Early Bird (M)/(NM)

After April 30 (M)/(NM)

1,3-10

$245/$295

$257/$307

*2

$197/$237

$207/247

**Mini

$149/$179

$156/$186

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*Week 2 - No camp July 4 **Mini Week runs June 21-23


TEEN CAMPS Dates: Jun 21-Sep 1 Age: 12-15 Camp: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (plus extended care) Field Trips: Thursday Please note all teen camps are 2-week sessions. Location: Lake View YMCA Parent Orientation: Thursday, June 8 at 6 p.m. - Lake View Y Gym COUNSELOR IN TRAINING (ages 12-15): At the Y, we help youth set and achieve their personal and educational goals. They gain confidence as they recognize the Y as a place where they belong and can feel comfortable exploring new interests and passions. A unique program designed especially for teenagers and a careful balance of program components has been created to foster creativity, adventure, peer interaction, leadership skills, values clarification and friendships that will last a lifetime (all Teen Camps are 2-week sessions).

CIT Camp Fees: Week **Mini (only 3 days) 1&2 3&4 5&6 7&8 9 & 10

Early Bird (M)/(NM)

After April 30 (M)/(NM)

$140/$173

$155/$188

$410/$509 $455/$565 $455/$565 $455/$565 $455/$565

$485/$595 $485/$595 $485/$595 $485/$595 $485/$595

SUMMER OF SERVICE (ages 12-15): Students participate in a variety of service-learning activities like organizing canned food drives, serving other members of the local community, raising awareness and discovering the inner compassion and motivation to help improve both the local and global community. No SOS Camp Mini Week or Weeks 9 or 10. SOS only Weeks 1-8 (all Teen Camps are 2-week sessions). SOS Camp Fees: Week 1 & 2* 3&4 5&6 7&8

Early Bird (M)/(NM) $410/$509 $455/$565 $455/$565 $455/$565

After April 30 (M)/(NM) $485/$595 $485/$595 $485/$595 $485/$595

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*Week 2 - No camp July 4 **Mini Week runs June 21-23

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Dates: Jun 26-August 18 Age: 6-11 Camp: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (plus extended care) Location: Lake View YMCA Field Trip: Thursday Parent Orientation: Tuesday, June 13 at 6 p.m. - Lake View Y Gym Fees: Week

Early Bird (M)/(NM)

After April 30 (M)/(NM)

1,3-10

$255/$305

$270/$315

*2

$200/$240

$215/$255

*Week 2 - No camp July 4

SPECIALTY CAMP OPTIONS WEEK 1

JR. LEGOMANIA (ages 6-8): We love Legos! Campers will spend at least three hours a day building towers, mazes, bridges and testing their minds and imaginations with each new adventure. There will also be free-play time each day. ARTRAGEOUS (ages 9-11): Get creative, get messy and have fun creating art! Explore and experiment with a variety of art mediums and activities. Be prepared to explore art in different forms and create masterpieces of your own. INTERNATIONAL CAMP (ages 6-11): Take a trip to other countries through our educational international camp. Learn about different traditions, foods, clothing, games and history of various countries around the globe.

WEEK 2

CHESS (ages 6-8): Checkmate! Have you ever been stumped on how chess pieces move? Have no fear! Chess camp will teach you the basics. Chess players will learn the different chess pieces and how they work. Players learn basic strategies and good sportsmanship. CARTOONING (ages 9-11): YMCA children will explore the basics of cartooning, including figure design, movement and the process of drawing, inking and coloring a strip. Use your imagination to create stories of your own to share with your family and friends. GO GREEN! (ages 6-11): This camp will teach children about the importance of eco-friendly living in a fun and hands-on way. From art projects made out of recycled materials to environmental science experiments, this camp makes it easy to be green.

WEEK 3

GET A CLUE (ages 6-8): This exciting week of scavenger hunts will have campers solving riddles and finding clues. Campers will utilize their teamwork and problem-solving skills to complete the daily challenges, culminating in an end-of-the-week scavenging extravaganza. CREATIVE DRAMA & POETRY (ages 9-11): Whether you write the next great novel or act out an exciting short story, this camp will get your creative juices flowing through writing and roleplaying. Bring your writing home to share with your family! SLIME TIME & GROSSOLOGY (ages 6-11): Goop rules! Young mad scientists get down and dirty creating concoctions and potions and gurgling substances—some of them edible, some too icky to even think about eating.

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SPECIALTY CAMPS


WEEK 4

DELICIOUS DELIGHTS (ages 6-8): Campers really get cooking in this introduction to the culinary arts where they learn to create fun things that they can eat! Incorporating cleanliness, nutrition, cooking terms, measuring, helping, creating, sharing and eating, this camp allows children to become little chefs. From chopping up to cleaning up, it’s all food for thought. Please send campers in appropriate clothing or an apron that allows for freedom of expression. MAD SCIENTIST (ages 9-11): Join us on a wacky adventure through all kinds of cool and crazy chemical reactions. Use chemicals to make slippery slime and watch colors separate before your eyes! Find out how to make volcanoes erupt, what oobleck is, how to make gak and more! Add in messy games and activities, creating a slimy, grimy, goopy and magical experience.

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DANCING AT THE Y (ages 6-11): Campers will learn the basics of different styles of dance and get to do some choreographing of their own. They will work towards an end-of-theweek performance for the other camps!

WEEK 5

WIZARDS OF THE Y (ages 6-8): Campers will be transformed into wizards for the week. They will get to make their own magic wands, play group games, learn magic tricks and make wizard crafts. SENSATIONAL SCIENCES (ages 9-11): Join us for some amazing science experiments and cool projects! Make your own submarine diver game and learn about fluids and pressure. Learn chemistry concepts by making your own colorful t-shirt. Build models or a vortex volcano in a bottle. Every day offers a new experience for campers to become scientific sleuths—learning how to ask bright questions and find right answers. HERE’S TO ME (SELF-ESTEEM BUILDING) (ages 6-11): This camp allows campers to experience a full range of specialty activities-creative art experiences, group games, science and more. The fundamental goal of this program is to have each camper realize they can achieve their objective with a positive outlook. By interacting with others and learning a variety of tasks and skills, inevitably they will develop a stronger selfimage. A series of hands-on problem-solving activities including challenge course obstacles, “trust games” and creative projects will promote confidence and achievement.

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WEEK 6

WEEK 8

SR. LEGOMANIA (ages 9-11): We love Legos! Campers will spend at least three hours a day building towers, mazes, bridges and testing their minds and imaginations with each new adventure. There will also be free-play time each day.

GOOP & MAGICAL SOLUTIONS (ages 9-11): Join us on a wacky adventure through all kinds of cool and crazy chemical reactions. Use chemicals to make slippery slime and watch colors separate before your eyes! Find out how to make volcanoes erupt, what oobleck is, how to make gak and more! Add in messy games and activities, creating a slimy, grimy, goopy and magical experience.

ARTRAGEOUS (ages 6-8): Get creative, get messy and have fun creating art! Explore and experiment with a variety of art mediums and activities. Be prepared to explore art in different forms and create masterpieces of your own.

LAKE VIEW’S GOT TALENT (ages 6-11): Get ready to showcase your talents this week. Whether it’s singing, dancing, creating a new musical instrument, beat-boxing or something unique to you, this is the place to do it!

WEEK 7

JEWELRY DESIGN (ages 6-8): This camp is designed to bring out your camper’s creative side by making jewelry of all kinds. Campers will make camp classics like boondoggle and friendship bracelets as well as cool bedazzled creations!

SPACE CAMP (ages 6-8): If you’re an outer space fan, this camp is for you. We will explore our galaxy and imagine other galaxies. Activities will vary, but may include special space games, launching rockets, designing solar systems and mapping our solar system.

CHEERLEADING (ages 6-11): Campers will learn cheers, limited tumbling techniques and dance routines. We’ll also work together to create a routine and visit some of the other camps to show off our cheers!

MYTH BUSTERS (ages 9-11): You’ve been told not to try that at home, so try it at camp instead! This week will test various scientific myths and embrace you camper’s curiosity.

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DUCT TAPE CREATIONS (ages 6-11): Roll out the fun with colorful duct tape to make creative handbags, wallets, accessories and more!


SPORT CAMPS

Dates: Jun 26-August 18 Age: 6-11 Camp: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (plus extended care) Location: Lake View YMCA Field Trip: Thursday Parent Orientation: Tuesday, June 13 at 6 p.m. - Lake View Y Gym Fees: Week

Early Bird (M)/(NM)

After April 30 (M)/(NM)

1,3-8

$255/$305

$270/$315

*2

$200/$240

$215/$255

*Week 2 - No camp July 4 Separate camps are offered by age group, please register for the correct camp based on your child’s age. Your child must be the age listed by September 1, 2017 in order to register for camp.

SOCCER CAMP Week 1 & Week 6 Ages 6-8 or 9-11

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Our soccer camps emphasize basic to advanced skills instruction and practice in the areas of shooting, ball control, passing and defense. Campers will learn the rules of soccer as well as team concepts and sportsmanship. This camp is ideal for any youth soccer player looking to improve their soccer skills, or a player who wants to learn the fundamentals of soccer.

BASKETBALL CAMP Week 2 & Week 5 Ages 6-8 or 9-11

Camp will focus on shooting form, ball handling skills, defensive fundamentals and in-game situations. Campers will compete and focus on developing a team mindset and understand the rules of the game. Each day, campers will be taught basic basketball skills and instruction, then implement these skills in a game setting.

BASEBALL CAMP Week 3 Ages 6-8 or 9-11

This camp is designed to develop and improve the skills of players from rookies to veterans in an atmosphere of good sportsmanship and fun! Players will practice the basics and learn new skills. Campers must provide their own gloves. This camp is designed for children who are interested in learning how to play the game of baseball, or simply in fine tuning their skills. Included is instruction in the fundamentals of hitting, catching and fielding, as well as strategy in game-like situations.

FLAG FOOTBALL CAMP Week 4 Ages 6-8 or 9-11

Our flag football camp emphasizes basic to advanced skills instruction and practice in the areas of passing, receiving and defense. Campers will learn the rules of football as well as team concepts and sportsmanship. This camp is ideal for any youth flag football player looking to improve their football skills.

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Y WORLD OF SPORTS CAMP

FLOOR HOCKEY CAMP

It’s time to have a ball with a super-fun assortment of popular sports. Campers will learn the fundamentals of a variety of different sports such as basketball, soccer, ultimate frisbee, baseball and more! Everyone plays and learns how to play like a team in this high-energy camp.

This camp instructs players in the skills and rules of hockey without any physical contact. Our focus is helping young children learn about themselves, their surroundings, their skills and the opportunities that sports and friendships bring.

Week 8 Ages 6-8 or 9-11

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Week 7 Ages 6-8 or 9-11


POLICIES BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL CARE REGISTRATION

Children participate in a balanced program of open play and structured activities while being supervised by well-trained and caring staff. Children get involved in a variety of learning activities in addition to program components such as recreation, health enhancement, arts and humanities, nutritional snacks, character development and homework assistance. YMCA school age programs ensure that children are given a unique mix of activities that focus on developmental assets, the building blocks that teach children how to make positive and intelligent decisions throughout life.

Kiddie College

Time

2 or 3 day option

9AM-12PM

Before School Care

Time

Burley (5-day)

7-8AM

Chappell (5-day)

7-8:55AM

Peirce (5-day)

7-8AM

After School Care

Time

Burley (5-day or 3-day)

3-6PM

Jahn (5-day or 3-day)

3-6PM

Hamilton (5-day or 3-day)

2:45-6PM

Peirce (5-day or 3-day)

3-6PM

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Registration begins May 1 for members and May 8 for non-members. Registration must be done in person at the Lake View YMCA. View and register for our programs at lakeviewymca.org/camp. 2017 Summer Day Camp | 13


For all camps, a non-refundable, nontransferable $50 deposit per week must be paid for each week you register your child(ren). This is credited toward your camp fees. The balance of your fee is due 7 days prior to each scheduled week of camp. If payment in full is not made 7 days prior to the start of each camp week, you will be charged a $10 late fee. Cancellations will forfeit the non-refundable, non-transferable deposit. Refunds will be issued with a doctor’s note. Refunds will not be issued for individual days missed. We ask that all camps to be set for auto draft; you will be asked this information when registering for camp.

SCHOLARSHIPS

With the YMCA, everyone can afford to keep their kids healthy and safe this summer! Scholarships are available for those needing help to pay for camp through Action for Children. If you qualify, Action for Children assistance can be applied to all weeks of summer camp. Applications for assistance through Action for Children may be picked up at the Member Service Desk. You may also contact Action for Children directly at 312.823.1100 or by visiting actforchildren.org. Action For Children is state-provided assistance. You do not have to be a YMCA member to qualify.

If you do not qualify or were denied funds through Action for Children, you may apply for funds through the Lake View YMCA. Lake View has scholarships available through our Annual Campaign, which is supported by donations and gifts from staff, members and the community. YMCA scholarship forms are available at the Member Services Desk. Assistance is based on annual income, family size and supporting documentation. A non-refundable, non-transferable deposit per week is required to hold your child’s spot in camp, even if you have applied for Action for Children or a YMCA Scholarship. This deposit may be applied to your co-pay. For more information on financial assistance or scholarships, contact us at 773.248.3333.

THIRD-PARTY PAYMENTS

When Action for Children or Y scholarships are utilized for third-party payments by camp families, approval must be received prior to a camper’s starting the program, or the family will have to pay the camp fee in full.

LIABILITY STATEMENT

The YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago does not carry medical, accident or loss of personal property insurance for any program participants, due to the fact that it would drastically increase the cost of our program fees. Please review the insurance policies that protect you and your family to be certain that proper coverage is in place.

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FEES, TRANSFERS, CANCELLATIONS, REFUNDS


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Looking for an overnight, resident camp experience for your child or your family this summer? The YMCA of Metro Chicago has five resident camp options in beautiful pristine areas sure to provide special memories to last a lifetime.

YMCA CAMP DUNCAN

Since 1921, Camp Duncan has provided safe, quality camping programs for boys and girls ages 7 to 15 and Teen Adventure Camps for 15 to 17 year olds. All activities are geared to the developmental level of the campers. Camp Duncan is a co-ed, summer resident camp located near Fox Lake, Illinois, on 300 acres.

YMCA CAMP MACLEAN

Camp MacLean is located just two miles east of Burlington, Wisconsin, just 20 minutes from Lake Geneva, on 247 acres of woods and grassland property. The camp offers fun and challenging activities such as swimming, climbing, boating, kayaking, archery, hiking, and much more. We also leave room for plenty of traditional programs, including sing-alongs, campfires and campouts.

YMCA CAMP PINEWOOD

Traditional but up-to-date, Camp Pinewood features 16 cabins on a private, spring-fed lake, with every activity from sailing to horseback riding. The camp is nestled in the heart of the Manistee National Forest near Muskegon, Michigan. It’s convenient but remote enough to ensure that everyone enjoys the natural beauty of the camp’s 200-acre facility.

YMCA FAMILY CAMP NAWAKWA

Family Camp Nawakwa offers a unique experience- an opportunity to bring together whole families, not just children, through camping. The camp sits on 180 acres of pristine forest lands, and includes wetlands and lakes with abundant wildlife. The camp is nestled in Lac du Flambeau, Wisconsin, which is home to the Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians.

YMCA CAMP INDEPENDENCE

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Camp Independence is a special place for campers age seven and up with spina bifida. At camp, kids become a community as they learn both how to be more independent and how to contribute to a group. We teach self-reliance, a love for nature, and the development of attitudes and practices that build character. Our counselors are dedicated to making sure camp is an amazing experience for every camper.

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3333 North Marshfield Avenue Chicago, IL 60657

LAKE VIEW YMCA

Phoenix, AZ Permit No. 1816

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Summer Camp 2017 - Lake View YMCA  

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