These dates are subject to change as the current COVID-19 pandemic continues to delevop and effect our community. Please stay tuned for updated information as we navigate this situation. Click here for more information regarding our response to COVID-19.

May 26th-August 21st

Today, day camp is more vital than ever. To deliver on the Y’s commitment to nurture the potential of every child and teen, day camp focuses on character development from the following practice areas:
Adults support youth to be aware of and constructively handle both positive and challenging emotions.
Adults work with youth to relate to others with acceptance, understanding, and sensitivity to diverse perspectives and experiences.
Adults encourage youth to act, persist, and initiate goals and outcomes even through the ups and down of difficult situations and challenges.
Adults foster experiences where youth plan, collaborate, and coordinate action with others.
Adults develop youth to be reliable and committed and to fulfill obligations and challenging roles.

Camp Schedule & Activites

Each age group will have a weekly schedule that will include the following activities below. Daily schedules create an intentional and well-paced experience for campers.

Opening and Closing Assembly. Acknowledging the start and end of each day with a ritual gives campers the chance to assemble as one large group, participate in fun and engaging routines, recognize and celebrate campers and counselors, and experience an inclusive and positive social environment.

Huddle Group. Getting to know campers’ names, interests, and qualities during small-group interactions creates a positive social environment, promotes friendships among campers, and reduces and resolves behavior conflicts and bullying.

Variety Activities. Exploring a range of activities throughout the camp session allows campers to discover their interests and talents. Variety activities tend to be more general than mastery activities, focused less on skill building and more on trying new things and connecting with others.

Weekly Themes & Field Trips

Week 1 (May 26th -29th): Big Summer Blowout!

Week 2 (June 1st - June 5th): Super Hero

Week 3 (June 8th - June 12th): Mad About Science!

Week 4 (June 15th - June 19th): Galaxy

Week 5 (June 22nd - June 26th): Olympics! 

Week 6 (June 29th - July 3rd): Party in the USA!

Week 7 (July 6th - July 10th): Survivor

Week 8 (July 13th - July 17th): Super Splash Week!

Week 9 (July 20th - July 24th): X-Games

Week 10 (July 27th – July 31st): Lights, Camera, Action!

Week 11 (August 3rd - August 7th): Camp's Got Talent!

Week 12 (August 10th - August 14th): Blast from the Past

Week 13 (August 17th - August 21st): Into the Wild!


We will attend super fun trips throughout camp and will send details out before the start of each week about these trips to parents.


  • Harrison Family YMCA

Age Groups

  • Pre K-Kindergarten, 1st-2nd, 3rd-4th, 5th-6th, 7th & up

*based on school year just completed.

When Available

  • May 26th-August 21st | Mondays-Fridays | 6:30am-6:00pm (13 weeks)

*If drop off is needed before 7AM, please notify the childcare office in advance.


  • Member: $135/week
  • Community Member: $150/week

*$10 per week non-refundable deposit will be required upon registration.

Drop-In Fees
(We will only be providing a 3-day drop in option)

  • Member: $90
  • Community Member: $105

*You may register online OR fill out the fillable PDF registration form below ahead of time and print to bring into the Y. PLEASE MAKE SURE you download the form and save it to your computer first if choosing this option. THEN fill out the saved file and re-save to your computer, before you email it. This will ensure that the completed information has saved. When registering online as a Plus Member, the member discount will be applied in the back office. Registrations will not be considered complete without an Immunization Record and All Signed Documents.

Every Child deserves the Best. Summer. Ever At the Y, we think Summer is a time every child deserves. The learning gap between the end of the school year and the start of the next school year is increasing with each year. To help with this, we want to ensure as many children can participate in Summer Camp as possible. Financial Assistance applications are available at the Front Desk or online. Assistance is offered on a first come, first serve basis. 

For more information, contact Ivy Averette, Youth & Family Director | 252-972-9622 x. 239.

Camp Information & Forms

Financial Assistance

Financial Assistance Application

Summer Feeding Resource

Need To Know Information