Outdoor Day Camp
Outdoor Day camp is much more than a summer activity for kids. It is a place for values, learning, belonging, and self-confidence. At Outdoor Day Camp we focus on small group experiences, spending time outdoors, and engaging kids with traditional camp activities.
Frequently Asked Questions
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What themes are offered at Outdoor Day Camp?
The Great Outdoors – Come explore the great outdoors. Meet new friends, make memories and see what outdoor day camp is all about.
Space Explorers – Rockets and stars and planets oh my! Launch in to a week of space exploration.
Animal Encounters – Who is living in your backyard? Come discover the wild life right here in the PNW and how we can help it thrive.
Shark Week – From tiny to massive, this week we’ll find out what is so captivating about sharks. It‚Äôs going to be a sharktastic time!
Up & Atom – Get ready for a crazy, messy, and thrilling week. Experiments, slime and goo are what this week is all about.
Team Spirit – Go Team! Whether you are an athlete or just love to have fun, this week will be full of sports of all sorts.
Water Palooza – Water, water everywhere. Come celebrate this wonderful resource and prepare to get wet.
Color Your World – Each day brings a new opportunity to express yourself with color. Use your imagination and bring color to your world through art.
A Star is Born – Outdoor day camp is the best place to showcase your skills when you get to be the star of the show. Get ready for group skits and a talent show or two.
Back in Time – Summers winding down but the memories will live on. Join us as we head back in time and revisit the summer’s biggest hits.
How do I register for Summer Camp?
Registration for Summer Camp opens on March 1.
To begin your registration for Summer Camp, follow these steps:
- Scroll down to view the locations where this Camp is offered. Select a location.
- Review the “Hours Information” section to ensure this camp fits your needs.
- Review the “Available Session” section. Select each week of Camp you wish to register for.
- Press “Registered Selected”.
- Follow the prompts that appear to login to your Y account.
- Select the child you are registering for Camp and complete all required Program Questions.
- Complete all required waivers.
- Next, the system will prompt you to review your selections and complete payment.
- Confirm your selections and complete your payment. Or, to complete additional registrations, add your selection to your cart.
When is payment for Summer Camp due?
A $30 deposit is due at the time of registration for each week of Summer Camp. Make your final payment at least two weeks before the start of your camper’s scheduled session. If payment is not received by the due date, your reservation and deposit for that session will be forfeited and a “wait listed” child will be notified of the available space. For your convenience, our system will prompt you to schedule future payments automatically at the time of registration.
Do I have to be a YMCA member to register?
No, you do not have to be a YMCA member to register for Summer Camp. However, Y members save an average of $40-60 per week on Camp. To explore Y membership options, visit this page.
When registering for Camp online, you may be prompted to select a membership type. To register for Camp without joining as a Y member, select the membership type, “Non-Member”. This membership type will add no cost to your purchase.
Expand a location below to view more information and start your registration.
Hole in the Sky - Dropoff at Hole in the Sky (Entering Grades 1-6)
Hole in the Sky - Dropoff at Mill Creek Y (Entering Grades 1-6)
Hole in the Sky - Dropoff at Monroe Y (Entering Grades 1-6)
Marysville Y (Entering Grades 1-6)
Silver Lake - Dropoff at Everett Y (Entering Grades 1-6)
Silver Lake - Dropoff at Mukilteo Y (Entering Grades 1-6)
Silver Lake - Dropoff at Silver Lake (Entering Grades 1-6)