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At the Y, a quality camp experience is much more than running around outdoors and going home tired – it is a chance for your child to discover new adventures, and make new friends and memories. Each week of camp offers different specialties, sports and aquatics programming jammed packed with activities, games, music, field trips, water fun and so much more! Camp is active, the way summer should be! Campers also swim daily and water safety is an important component of our day camp and each camper will be swim tested before they are permitted in the pool. Our goal is to teach campers values including caring, honesty, respect, responsibility and faith, to improve campers’ reading skills with exposure to books and learning activities, and to improve camper’s health through nutrition and exercise. Enroll your child in a YMCA summer day camp! It is a guaranteed investment in your child’s future.

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 Summer Sports Camp

Entering 1st – Entering 9th Grade

YMCA Sports Camps focus on improving sport skills through teamwork and friendly competition. There are a variety of sports to choose from throughout the summer, each lasting one week. Sports camper will be given the opportunity to learn and develop new skills, and play games. Youth grades entering 1- entering 6 who have an interest in developing sport specific skills and making friends.  Please remember this camp is for campers to develop skills and is not for campers who want a competitive environment. View our program guide for all camps.

Summer Specialty Camp

Entering 1st – Entering 9th Grade

Campers will spend two, ninety-minute periods in your camper’s specialty focus area. For the rest of the day, all campers will experience a daily dose of fun, enriching camp activities such as crafts, swimming, sports. Most specialty camps include a field trip to a location that fits in with the theme of your camper’s focus area. (Some exceptions will apply and note that all field trips are subject to change). Youth grades K-5 who have an interest in developing specific skills and making friends. View our program guide for all camps.

Summer Aquatics Camp

Entering 1st – Entering 9th Grade

Group training at Dr. P. Phillips YMCA offers individuals the perfect opportunity to improve their sports performance. We train players in regardless of size, age, and ability levels. All of our training emphasize on building character as well as improving athletic performance. Our trainers and staff are committed to instilling values of self-discipline, focus, hard work, intensity, determination, teamwork, and perseverance.  Each program runs year round and each participant can start at anytime! All campers will be swim tested and must pass swim test in order to be eligible for their camp program.  Each camp is labeled by what color swim band they need; red, yellow or green. View our program guide for all camps.

Summer Exploration & Discovery

Entering 1st – Entering 9th Grade

Each day will bring a new exciting day of exploring new parts of central Florida.  From amusement parks to museums and community service to animal safaris we have it all in this week of jammed packed fun and discovery. This camp is for youth grades entering 1- entering 9 who have an interest in discovering what Central Florida has to offer while having great adventures and building lasting friendships and memories. View our program guide for all camps.

Summer Counselor-in-Training(CIT)

Entering 7th – Entering 9th Grade

The Counselor in Training program is for youth entering grades 7-9 that want to have a meaningful summer developing their leadership skills, creating self-confidence, and making new friendships. CITs will use their skills to help support Y staff and interact with children in our Day Camps while continuing their training throughout the summer.  All CITs will be require to have an informal “interview” prior to their week of camp starting.  CIT are not required to commit to a minimum number of weeks, however development with be continuous throughout the summer. CITs are held to high standards and can be removed from the program if not meeting those standards. View our program guide for all camps.