Westmoreland Family YMCA
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18849 Kings Highway
P.O. Box 667
Montross, VA 22520 Get Directions
- Mon – Fri2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
- Sat & SunClosed
The Westmoreland Family YMCA provides programs with a warm, friendly, positive environment where everyone is welcome. With a wide range of programs, we serve a broad population from toddlers to seniors and from teens to families.
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AGES: Rising Kindergarten to rising 6th graders
A traditional camp experience that develops spirit, mind and body. A fun daily schedule provides excitement and new experiences throughout each session. Activities include swimming, arts and crafts, new games, nature exploration, sports, songs, field trips and much more. The program stresses socialization, self-confidence, self-awareness and teaches skills.
Session 1: June 2 – June 6
Session 2: June 9 – June 13
Session 3: June 16 – June 20
Session 4: June 23 – June 27
Session 5: June 30 – July 3 (closed July 4)
Session 6: July 7 – July 11
Session 7: July 14 – July 18
Session 8: July 21 – July 25
Session 9: July 28 – August 1
Session 10: August 4 – August 8
Session 11: August 11 – August 15
COST: Members: $82 / week, Others: $97 / week
$40 non-refundable registration fee and payment for the first session is due upon registration. $25 non-refundable, non-transferable deposit per child will guarantee a spot for future sessions. Additional charge for field trips when applicable.
To ensure each camper receives the highest quality experience possible, we must limit enrollment for each session. Please bring copies of: school physical (must be within the past 24 months), shot record and original birth certificate to complete your registration. Due to state licensing requirements, incomplete registrations cannot be processed.
REGISTRATION: Online Registration Dates: Online registration is not available for Camp.
AGES: 7 – 100
This martial arts program works on the fundamentals of harmony between mind, body and spirit rather than competition. The meaning and importance of respect is a theme in every class. There is a strong emphasis on physical and mental development, as well as a focus on developing self-confidence and positive self-image.