Summer Overnight Camp
|Week 1 CIT||June 24th - 29th||Counselor-in-Training Week, Ages 15-17||Disney Week||$100|
|Week 1-Jr. Overnight||June 27th - 29th||Jr. Overnight Camp, Ages 6-9 yrs||Disney Week||$105|
|Week 2||July 1st - 6th||Entering Grades 3rd-9th||Born in the USA||$380|
|Week 3||July 8th - 13th||Entering Grades 3rd-9th||Jedi Training||$380|
|Week 4||July 15th - 20th||Entering Grades 3rd-9th||Super Heroes||$380|
|Week 5||July 22nd - 27th||Entering Grades 3rd-9th||Celebrations Week||$380|
|Week 6||July 29th - Aug 3rd||Entering Grades 3rd-9th||Lake Algonquin Pirates||$380|
|Week 7||August 5th - 10th||Entering Grades 3rd-9th||Getting Dirty||$380|
|Week 8||Aug 12th - 17th||Entering Grades 3rd-9th||Aloha Hawaii||$380|
Summer Overnight Camp
New for 2018, our Overnight Camps will be divided into three age groups (according to the grade the child is entering). The youngest will be entering 3rd and 4th grade. The middle age group will be entering 5th and 6th grade. The oldest age group will be entering 7th, 8th and 9th grade. By staging our activities and schedules appropriately, each group of campers will have a unique camp experience that is appropriate for their age. In addition to keeping many of the same traditions Camp Algonquin is known for, our camp leadership is dedicated to advancing the mission of the YMCA and modeling the four core values in all of our programming. This may mean a noticeable change in the daily schedule, in and out of camp activities, and the way we utilize Johnson Island, our shining jewel of the camp property.
Jr. Overnight Camp
Ages: 1st-4th Grade
Dates: June 27th-29th
Junior Overnight Camp offers the perfect introduction to camp for families looking for a shorter session. Helping youth have fun and build confidence away from home is the central focus. Enrollment is limited to 20 female and 20 male campers, grades 1-4. Campers are split in to grade groups, 1st/2nd and 3rd/4th, allowing for more age focused activities and camp progression.
Ages: 15-17 years
Dates: June 24th-29th plus one volunteer week determined by camp director, CIT and family. days and times vary
If you’re interested in spending your entire summer at camp as a counselor someday, then check out the Counselor-in-Training program. This program fosters leadership growth in high school students and focuses on important counselor skills and working with children. This program requires at least a two week commitment. June 24th through the 29th all CIT’s will spend the week at camp learning about leadership and counseling skills. Then each CIT is expected to spend at least one week of their summer volunteering at camp.
Parents are encouraged to view or print our Parent Handbook, our informational packet including drop-off and pick-up times, what to pack and not to pack, etc. Parents, please make sure your camper has a completed Health History Form and Child Information Form completed online. Log into your account to update information and make additional payments.