Summer Camps

Campers make friends while learning the values of diversity and cooperation

We have been working diligently to determine in what ways we will be able to provide a summer camp for your child while keeping them as safe as possible this summer during a pandemic. 

As many camps are making hard decisions whether they can safely provide a summer experience, the Y is also taking the necessary time to come to our own conclusions. We hope to be able to operate a summer for our young population that is fun, engaging, follows all state and local guidelines, and is as safe as we are able to make it.

This is not without caution that the communicable disease, Covid-19, might come to exist within our summer camp offering.  Every parent will need to fill out a waiver making the decision to send their child to camp, knowing that at our current time, there is still so much uncertainty about the disease and there is no fool-proof way to prevent it from spreading.

**Parents will receive a camp newsletter the Thursday before the week of camp.**

[The catalog below has been updated, and will be updated as things change]

The YMCA of Frederick County offers more than 40 camps including sports, art, humanities, outdoor adventure camps, and more. Traditionally, many camps will offer swimming, field trips, games, crafts, and character development activities. Campers make friends while learning the values of diversity and cooperation. Best of all, you can be assured your kids are having fun in a friendly, caring, and safe environment.

Summer Day Camp Registration

Register for Summer Camps for all ages and interests!

Summer Day Camp Policies

Take a look at all Camp Policies to ensure a fun and safe summer.

Camp Documents

OUR MISSION: To Put Judeo-Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.