Camp and summer childcare registration will open Monday, April 12th.
Questions contact Kim Martin, firstname.lastname@example.org, 715-392-5611 EXT 101
An exciting, safe community for young people to explore the outdoors, build self-esteem, develop interpersonal skills and make lasting friendships and memories.
With 100 years of camping experience, Superior YMCA camps are committed to nurturing the potential of every child by fostering achievement, relationships, and belonging through our programs. We support children in 1. Discovering skills to help them realize their accomplishments, passions, talents, and potential. 2. Building friendships to demonstrate the role positive relationships play in the well-being of a child. 3. Developing a sense of belonging where kids feel safe, welcome, and can express their individuality.
Each summer the Y offers a 10-12 week day camp program out at beautiful Lake Nebagamon for youth who completed Kindergarten -5th grade
The Superior YMCA is partnering with the Superior School District this summer to offer an outdoor experience that provides new and exciting opportunities. The Superior Y Camp at Lake Nebagamon is a perfect setting for field trips offering large open play space, a beautiful waterfront, and nature at its finest.
These field trips are for youth who have completed Kindergarten to grade 5. The day begins when kids step on the bus at Northern Lights Elementary School at 8:30am and head out to camp. Spending lots of time outdoors, kids have access to the best summer has to offer. Each day is filled with activities such as swimming, group games, literacy activities, hiking, canoeing/kayaking*, low ropes course, hammock village, arts and crafts and archery*. *Must be 7 years old or older due to licensing regulations.
The day ends when the bus returns to Northern Lights Elementary at 4:00pm. Before and after extended care is available from 7:00-8:15am and 4:00-5:30pm.
Day camp staff is the heart of the program and their leadership is vital to your child’s positive day camp experience. Counselors share a common bond in the desire to help campers reach their full potential and love of the outdoors.
Safety is of primary concern at YMCA Day camp. We are licensed by the State of Wisconsin. Certified Lifeguards are on duty at all times. We are following COVID-19 guidelines. Children will be in a safe environment that will include physical distancing, wearing face coverings, hygiene protocols, and small group sizes.
If you are looking for YMCA Childcare or camp but are unable to afford the full cost, you may be eligible to receive financial assistance. The first step is to complete an APPLICATION FOR CHILDCARE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE found on our website or in our lobby and return it to Kim, our Childcare Director. Please allow two weeks for processing.
If you are approved, you will be contacted by Kim. After you have been contacted, you may register for childcare/camp. If you have any questions about the financial assistance program for childcare or camp please contact Kim, our Childcare Director, at 715-392-5611 EXT 101 or email@example.com.
The Superior Douglas County Family YMCA reserves the right to verify financial information as well as reserves the right to accept or deny financial assistance.
See our SUMMER CHILDCARE page for more summer opportunities like Summer SACC, and 3-5-year-old summer camp.
Superior Douglas County Family YMCA Camp at Lake Nebagamon's ADOPT A TREE Campaign ensures a strong future for our youth for many years to come. We are asking camp alumni and friends to help us raise $375,000 to help begin projects.
Funds donated will help The Y Camp at Lake Nebagamon to ensure a financially strong organization that can continue to better serve youth and our community. LEARN MORE
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