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Teen Explorers

Leaders in Training

Currently a waitlist for camp groups for Kindergarteners through 2nd grade. Parents/Guardians whose children are on the wait list will be contacted when a space becomes available for their child. This is for the Massad Ymca Only

YMCA Day Camps

YMCA camps are more than just childcare – they are opportunities for children to have fun, learn skills, make friends, and make memories that last a lifetime. At Y day camp, your kids will have tons of fun as they explore new adventures each day. Our camps include a wide variety of activities such as swimming, games, arts and crafts and sports. Each week of summer camp features a different theme and activities.

Parents have trusted YMCA camps for generations because of our caring, trained staff foster skill development, inclusion and a fun environment. We offer Day Camps throughout the summer as well as during Spring and Winter school breaks.

Camp Hours:

8:30am – 4:30pm
Extended Care: 6:30am* – 6:30pm
* Massad location begins at 6:00am

2024 Camp Pricing:

$160 per week/members
$205 per week/non-members
$30 per week for extended care

Due at Registration:
$20 deposit per week (non-refundable;
• $100 registration fee (non-refundable;

Summer camps

Summer Camp Payment Schedule

Summer Camp Handbook

Registration Information

YMCA Summer Camps and School Break Camps are offered at all four of our branches as well as select school locations in Spotsylvania and Stafford Counties. Kindercamp, Teen Explorers, and Leaders in Training programs are offered at select locations.

Our licensed program registration is done in two parts. First, you will need to Pre-Register through the website to initiate the registration process. Once your child is pre-registered, you will received an invitation to complete a Playerspace account. Playerspace will allow you to submit all paperwork required by licensing (school physical, immunization records, birth certificates, etc) in order to complete the registration and secure your child’s spot in the program.

2024 Summer Day Camp Registration opens January 29th, 2024.

Camp Pre-Registration

Kindercamp is an exciting time for campers ages three to five that complements our school-year Preschool program. Campers days are filled with a variety of activities for this age group. Kindercamp provides a developmentally appropriate, hands-on learning environment that is implemented through the use of centers. In addition, the program is enriched with water play, sports, and movements!

Kindercamp Registration Ron Rosner Family YMCA

Y Camp & Teen Explorers

Summer Camp is a time for fun, sunshine, friendships & tradition! At Y Camp, your school age kids will make new friends and have tons of fun as they explore new adventures each day. Weekly themes include comic camp, nature unleashed, international week and more! Pre-teens/teens ages 10-15 can join in the fun with our Teen Explorers camp group (offered at select locations). Extended care offered for children 10-12 years. No extended care for 13-15 year olds.

Leaders in Training (LIT)

Leaders in Training is a unique teen program designed to give our older campers more responsibility and provide them with life skills they will take into adulthood. Youth between the ages of 13 – 15 must be accepted into the program through an interview and references. Pick up an application at the branch welcome center. Price will be different than other Day Camps.

*Massad Branch only*

Email Karla Edwards for LIT Applications or you may pick up a hard copy at the front desk.


We are no longer taking LIT applications at this time.

kids at camp
kids at a baseball game
kids learning about horses

“The YMCA Summer camp has been a place where my kids have been going to for a number of years.  They have been there for me in my time of need, and they provide a wonderful outlet for the kids during the summer instead of being stuck in a home. There is always something to do and they provide counselors that the kids can look up and emulate when they get older.  There is advancement opportunity for campers, and they can go from camper, to junior LIT, to LIT, and finally to counselor.  I think it’s a great program that allows each child something to look forward to in the future.”

Questions about camp at the Y? Our team is here to help.