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Resident Camp

camp kekoka 1rounded kneeboarderOVERNIGHT CampS

$555 per camper / per week
Early bird savings: $530 if you register by 12/31/19. Payment plans are available.

Boys and Girls 9-15

While at Camp Kekoka campers enjoy living in climate-controlled cabins with nine other campers grouped by age. Each cabin has two highly-trained adult counselors. During the daylight hours, campers enjoy a well-rounded camp experience which includes traditional activities like swimming, arts and crafts, and archery as well as some unique activities like crabbing, fishing, tubing, kayaking, windsurfing, and sailing.

Children today face a barrage of information which can be difficult to understand and deal with. YMCA Camp Kekoka helps to prepare young people for their future by engaging them in developing life skills. They learn to become leaders for the causes they believe in, to live sustainably, to care for our shared environment, and to live cooperatively in a culturally diverse community.

2020 Sessions:
  • June 21-26
  • June 28 – July 3
  • July 5-10
  • July 12-17
  • July 19-24
  • July 26-31
  • August 2-7

Campers are encouraged to bring costumes or fun things that go along with the theme for their week!

Specialized camp opportunities:

camp kekoka 3Rite Of Passage Camp

$250 per camper, boys and girls 8 years old
Early bird savings $25 if you register by 12/31/19.
Payment plans are available.

This camp is for 8-year-olds who want to test out resident camp. For three days and two nights, campers experience the same activities offered during regular resident camp. The only difference is the amount of time they are away from home.

Session:

  • July 12-17

C.I.L.T. (Camper in Leadership Training)Camp Kekoka Group Camp

$555 per camper / per week, boys and girls ages 15-16
Early bird savings $25 if you register by 12/31/19.
Payment plans are available.

This program is designed for campers ages 15-16 who have an interest in becoming a strong leader and positively impacting children.  Trainees meet several times a week to learn about leadership qualities and the transition from camper to counselor.  They also get to participate in everyday camp activities.

Sessions:

  • June 28 – July 3
  • July 19-24

Apply and Register For All Camps In Three Easy Steps:

1. Complete  Camper Registration 

Non-Alexandria City Residents OR Alexandria City Residents NOT receiving financial assistance from APYC

Alexandria City Residents – receiving financial assistance from the APYC

2. Complete these ADDITIONAL FORMS

3. Download A PARENT GUIDE for detailed information about packing for camp, camp communications, opening day, closing day, etc.

Our mission is to put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.