For youth development
For healthy living
For social responsibility
The Y offers many enriching camp programs led by experienced staff and offers several benefits to their overall development – new outdoor experiences, skill–building and lasting friendships while allowing campers to return home each afternoon. Serving thousands of kids and teens, while offering a great first job for young adults, our camps teach young people how to be more independent and contribute to a group as they engage in physical, social and educational activities.
Providing traditional day camping experiences that aim to help children grow in spirit, mind and body.
Arts & crafts, sports, an outdoor pool and splash park - Camp Christina has it all!
Offering a low and high ropes challenge course, science experiments, family fun nights, special theme days, and SO MUCH MORE!
Trips are back! Join us for a summer of fun – we offer a minimum of three field trips per week!
Have a blast at the Old Colony YMCA's camp, located on the banks of Lake Tispaquin, just a few miles from the Middleboro Branch.
A private beach and multiple pools all included with your Old Colony YMCA membership!
We are becoming increasingly excited to celebrate our 100th summer at Camp Yomechas! As we reach this momentous occasion, we are calling on all camp alumni to share your stories of what camp Yomechas has meant to you over the years.
Free healthy and delicious meals will be served throughout the summer for all camper kids and teens (18 and under). *qualification is required in certain camp locations. To qualify, please contact Joe Leaver at JLeaver@oldcolonyymca.org.
• Free Breakfast and Lunch for all at Camp Christina
• Free Breakfast and Lunch for all at Camp Yomechas
• Free meals provided for those that qualify at Camp Satucket
• Free meals provided for those that qualify at Camp Clark
For campers at Camp Satucket and Clark that qualify, please complete the summer food registration packet located in the back of the camp brochure.