North Oakland Family YMCA Summer Camps 2019

North Oakland Family YMCA Summer Camps 2019 – Summer fun day camps for kids ages 3-17 all summer long in Auburn Hills at North Oakland Family YMCA.

North Oakland Family YMCA Summer Day Camp, like many Y programs, is about learning skills, developing character and making friends. But few environments are as special as camp, where kids see what they can accomplish, learn and master skills, make new friends, and feel like they belong. Every new experience at day camp is a chance for kids to stay active, address gaps in learning when school is not in session, and have fun.

With a careful guidance of our trained staff, kids will learn core values that will last forever. They’ll explore. They’ll play. They’ll grow. And they’ll have an incredible amount of fun!

North Oakland Family YMCA Summer Camps 2019 Info

NORTH OAKLAND FAMILY YMCA SUMMER CAMPS 2019 INFO

Pee Wees (kids ages 3-5) – Similar to an early education program, campers will focus on developmentally appropriate activities that will help them learn their letters, numbers, pre-phonics skills, socialization, writing, and much more! They will also go swimming, do arts and crafts, sports, games, outdoor education, and character development. These campers will have a weekly in-house field trip on Thursday.

Challengers (kids ages 6-8) – Challengers campers will be doing arts and crafts, sports, games, outdoor education, literacy, character development, swimming, and more! All activities are age and developmentally appropriate. These campers will go on a weekly field trip on Wednesday and will also be going to Stony Creek Metro Park every Tuesday. When at Stony they will do special camp activities such as canoeing, visiting Stony Creek Nature Center, fishing, paddle boats, hiking, and disc golf.

Achievers (kids ages 9-11) – Achievers campers will be doing arts and crafts, sports, games, outdoor education, literacy, character development, swimming, and more! All activities are age and developmentally appropriate. These campers will go on a weekly field trip on Thursday and will also be going to Stony Creek Metro Park every Tuesday. When at Stony they will do special camp activities such as canoeing, visiting Stony Creek Nature Center, fishing, paddle boats, hiking, and disc golf.

Sports (kids ages 6-11) –  Younger campers are introduced to the fundamentals of the game and older campers focus on raising their game to the next level. Campers also go swimming, participate in literacy activities, and attend weekly field trips. Campers will be broken up into small groups based on age.

Leaders (kids ages 12-14) – Leaders Camp is designed to teach your teen leadership skills, how to deal with peer pressure, and how to model the Y’s four core values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility while having a great time. The teens will be doing a weekly service project throughout Oakland County to help them develop social responsibility and gain a better connection to their community.

CIT’s (ages 15-17) – The CIT program is designed to transition teens from being campers to becoming role models. Each two-week session focuses on communication, facilitation, leadership, team building and fun. CITs work side-by-side with counselors, learning new skills and gaining experience. Under the guidance of their Y professional role models, CITs gain confidence in leading camp activities and learning job skills. Entrance into this program is granted by application and interview as CITs require a sincere desire and passion to challenge themselves to grow as leaders.

Camp Dates – Weekly sessions from June 10 through August 30

Register today for North Oakland Family YMCA Summer Camps by clicking here.

North Oakland Family YMCA
3378 E Walton Blvd
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
248-370-9622
www.ymcadetroit.org/north-oakland/

The YMCAs of Metro Detroit are hiring for Summer Day Camp counselors.  Please visit www.ymcadetroit.org to find your Y and download an application.

SUMMER CAMPS DIRECTORY

For more info on North Oakland Family YMCA Summer Camps, visit ymcadetroit.org

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