There's something about summer camps that brings out the best in kids. If you're looking for a great kids day camp, you'll find an array of safe, fun and educational opportunities for your child at the Y. Here's what you can expect from the YMCA of Southern Nevada’s summer camp programs.
What to Expect at the Y’s Kids Day Camp
This year, the Y’s camp will be all about adventure. Each day, your child will participate in exciting activities – from cultural arts and science to athletics and more. Camps are designed for kids of all ages. They'll spend their days with kids in their same age group, as well as highly trained Y counselors. Not only will they be able to try new things, they will also learn new skills and gain knowledge that will help them succeed in school.
Summer camp at the Y begins at 7 a.m. and ends at 6 p.m. Parents can drop off their children in the morning on the way to work and pick them up on the way home. This makes the kids day camp program convenient for both children and parents. The Y also offers a preschool camp for children ages 3 – 5, with two-day (Tuesday and Thursday), three-day (Monday, Wednesday and Friday) and five-day (Monday through Friday) preschool camps available to accommodate various schedules. One-day drop-in’s are also an option for campers of all ages (3 – 15).
If your child is ready to make new friends, strengthen their physical and mental abilities, learn new skills, and have a summer vacation as exciting as it is educational, connect with the Y to get them registered. Simply stop by the Y at one of our 4 Las Vegas locations and speak with one of our team members about our various program options. Once you’ve determined which program is best for your family, our staff will help you get your child signed up. You can also connect with us online for more information.
For an experience that goes beyond kids day camp, the Y also offers an overnight camp. This year’s camp will be held at Camp Oakes, located in the San Bernardino Mountains near Big Bear City in California. Check out our 2018 Camp Guide for more information.