COVID-19 Summer Camp Update (5/11/20):
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About New Canaan YMCA Summer Camps
There’s something about summer camp memories that stick with us forever. The friendships we make, the skills we learn, and the confidence we build last long after the summer ends. The New Canaan YMCA Summer Camps have provided thousands of children in our community with a camp experience they never forget.
Our camps offer a variety of experiences for children of all ages and abilities, with each camp offering safe and supervised fun provided by a caring, responsible staff. Each child gains something different at camp: making new friends, learning how to swim, self-confidence, independence, and leadership—skills that last far beyond camp. Whether it’s your child’s first camp experience through Camp Mini, the traditional summer camp fun at Camp Y-Ki, or an action-packed summer with Sports Camp, each of our camps provide an environment where campers are encouraged to grow, have fun, and make those memories that will last a lifetime.
Summer Camp 2020 Dates
*Dates may be adjusted per final CDC/OEC guidelines. We will inform participants of any date changes.
Session 1: June 22 – July 3
Session 2: July 6- July 17
Session 3: July 20 – July 31
Session 4: August 3 – August 14
All camp forms are due June 1 through ePACT Network.
Your child’s first summer camp experience is a special one. Learn more
Swimming, archery, arts and crafts, sports, nature, camp songs, outdoor adventure, and special events… the traditional summer camp experience of Camp Y-Ki provides kids with the fun, friends, and personal growth that only summer camp can provide. Learn more
Get your game on with the Y – where everyone plays! Learn more
Our C.I.T. program offers teenagers ages 14-15 the opportunity to make a difference in our community, while developing leadership skills and learning to become an impactful counselor and role model to younger campers. Learn more
YSN Summer Camps
We believe that children are first and foremost children, regardless of need or ability. Learn more