Adventure Day Camp
For ages 6 – 11 each week
Fee: $185.00 per week
Date: Each session takes place Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm DAILY (lite continental style breakfast & hot lunch provided). There is an optional overnight on Thursday.
* Please note there is no Adventure Day Camp Week 3.*
- Adventure Camp Week 1: June 19-23
- Adventure Camp Week 2: June 26-30
- Week 3 – NO ADVENTURE DAY CAMP
- Adventure Camp Week 4: July 10-14
- Adventure Camp Week 5: July 17-21
- Adventure Camp Week 6: July 24-28
- Adventure Camp Week 7: July 31-August 4
- Adventure Camp Week 8: August 7-11
- Adventure Camp Week 9: August 14-18
Adventure Day Camp is designed for campers who love exploring the outdoors while being able to go home to spend each evening with their families. Adventure Day Camp is similar to resident camping in that campers are placed in small groups and assigned two of our trained counselors as their week long buddies and role models. Each session is filled with three days of exciting camp activities such as swimming, boating, arts & crafts, horseback riding and taking a ride down the zip line. The other two days are spent on adventures throughout our great county at Charlton Park and the Outdoor Education Center. Campers also have an option to sleep over in a cabin on Thursday night and join the resident campers in games, songs, and campfire activities.
Tiny Tots Day Camp
Ages 4 – 5
Dates: June 26-30 AM Session & PM Session
August 14-18 AM Session ONLY
AM Session: 9 am – 12 Noon
PM Session: 1 pm – 4 pm
Tiny Tots Day Camp is designed for our youngest campers to learn new skills, explore the natural world around them and make new friends. Tiny Tots camp is a week long camp with AM or PM session available. Campers will sing songs, play games, create arts & crafts, hike, splash in the lake and much more. Campers are assigned to a cabin group and caring counselors will give individualized attention and continual positive support to each camper during the week. This is a great introduction for campers to learn the core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility.
Parents are encouraged to view or print our Parent Handbook. The Parent Handbook is full of vital information for campers and parents including drop-off and pick-up times, what to bring to camp and what not to bring to camp, 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.
For TREKKER Camp only – Please also fill out the Scuba Release Form or the Paintball Release Form. The following forms can be filled out online at registration.
If your child is attending any of our Resident Camps or Trekker Camp, campers and counselors will be dressing up for dinner on Wednesday evenings. Theme information is available online on our Resources page.
YMCA Camp Algonquin is an amazing place for campers. Seven modern cabins serve as a base for each group and our all seasons lodge, with a health office, provides dining comforts as well as shower accommodations. How many times does a child have the opportunity to explore an island? Camp Algonquin features a five acre island where campers can explore, play and learn. In addition, all resident campers spend a night sleeping in tents. Camp Algonquin features 40 acres of trails, allowing campers to learn about their environment and see wildlife. Parents are encouraged to visit Camp Algonquin at any time prior to the child’s camp session for a tour.
Counselors and Staff
The success of Camp Algonquin is our quality staff. Our director and counselors are carefully selected for their maturity and desire to be excellent role models. They possess enthusiasm, leadership, patience, sound judgment, and decision making skills, which are crucial to every child’s healthy development. Each staff member receives a minimum of 144 hours of training before the season begins.
The health and safety of our campers is our number one priority. All of our staff is trained in first aid and CPR. Trained lifeguards are on duty during all waterfront activities. Camp also has a certified health officer on site and works under the direction of the local pediatrician. Camp Algonquin meets all of the licensing requirements of the State of Michigan.