Active Minds, New Challenges & Fun Adventures
Our Summer Camps offer your child the opportunity to grow through exploring their outdoors, building self-confidence and independence, learning core values, developing life skills and being actively engaged.
Grades 1 - 6
The fun and freedom of being outdoors while learning new skills and making new friends.
Grades 1 - 3
Hands-on, structured enrichment activities in art, science, storytelling and outdoor play fill each day.
Grades 3 - 6
Archer, rock climber, or chef? Enjoy your favorite YMCA Camp Terry activities and bring your skills to the next level.
Ages 3-5 years
Offering a summer alternative to childcare and preschool, this camp provides social interaction, hands-on learning and exploration, and lots of fun!
Grades Entering K
Designed to ease the transition into kindergarten, this camp features age-appropriate activities focused on reading, writing and social skills.
Grades 6 - 9
Challenge yourself and learn to work in a group as you head out for day trips all over Puget Sound and beyond.
Grades 1 - 12
Get the classic camping experience you’ll remember the rest of your life at Camp Orkila or Camp Colman. Enjoy boating, skateboarding, campfires and horseback riding.
Ages 10 - 18 years
Out there in the wild blue yonder, we work together to develop leadership skills that will help you succeed in life, whatever path you choose.
Swim, Sports & Play
Fun activities that build athletic, social and interpersonal skills
At the Y, kids play and develop new skills while learning sportsmanship and the value of staying active - important tools they'll carry with them the rest of their lives. The Y is a great resource for healthy family fun - rain or shine.
Ages 6 months - 17 years
From basics to advanced swimming skills, develop confidence and water safety awareness.
Ages 3 - 16 years
From martial arts and dance to gymnastics and teen leadership programs, Youth Activities at the Y offer kids a chance to develop physical and social skills guided by the caring leadership of Y staff.
Family dinners, family camps, cooking classes, family gym time and Parents Night Out are just a few of the many Y programs that keep families active and playing together.