The Superior Douglas County Family YMCA is offering a new outdoor experience for those 12 - 15 years old that provides campers with the opportunity to stay overnight at Camp Tall Pines! Campers will sleep in tents provided by camp and will participate in a variety of camp activities while also experiencing themed weeks. Overnight campers will have the option of choosing between a 3 night camp, or a 4 night camp.
Spending lots of time outdoors, kids have access to the best summer has to offer. Each day is filled with activities tailored to the specific week.
Week 1: July 16 - 19 (3 Day) Canoeing
Week 2: July 23 - 27 (4 Day) Hiking
Week 3: July 30 - August 2 (3 Day) Golfing
Week 4: August 6 - 10 (4 Day) Fishing
|Overnight Camp (3 Day)||$300|
|Overnight Camp (4 Day)||$400|
OVERNIGHT CAMP FLYER AND PAPER REGISTRATION
The CIT program is for youth in 7th grade and up. CIT's are individuals that assist in our summer child care programs such as day camp, summer SACC and 3-5 camp. CIT's are to attend training overnight at Camp Tall Pines June 12th and 13th. CIT's will learn how to work with children, basic first aid, sample games and crafts and learn about the responsibilities of CIT's. Those who successfully complete the CIT program are placed in one of our programs as Junior Counselors for a minimum or four weeks during the summer. Positions are limited!
|Member Discounted Rate||$100|
Cost include breakfast, snack, and supper for CIT's.
REGISTRATION OPEN APRIL 17
Registration for overnight camp is available in person, or online. Overnight camp requires half payment at registration, and the rest of the payment a week prior to the overnight camp. Financial assistance is available for overnight camp! Please read further to discover how to apply for financial assistance
We believe that all kids deserve the opportunity to discover who they are and what they can achieve. With inflation on the rise, we encourage those interested to apply for financial assistance. Financial Assistance is available through the Y thanks to our Annual Support Campaign and the Lake Nebagamon Scholarship fund. The Y accepts Wisconsin Shares for payment.
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. When 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
With questions please contact Kim Martin email@example.com