For campers entering Pre- K and Kindergarten
This camp is geared for those first time campers that are entering Pre-K & Kindergarten in September. Based out of the YMCA KinderHouse, the Rascals, as they are better known as, will participate in traditional camp activities like swimming, arts & crafts and field games. Rascals will also learn the meaning of teamwork, independence and sharing under the watchful eyes of our caring staff. This camp is a great introduction to Camp Ulbrich in a safe, lower ratio, fun and nurturing environment. PLEASE NOTE: All Rascals MUST be at least 4 years old and potty trained to attend camp.
For campers entering grades 1-5
All-Stars is designed to give every camper a memorable and rewarding summer camp experience. Throughout the day, campers will participate in a variety of group activities, arts & crafts and “all camp” activities. Campers swim every day except on Field Trip days. To add a different spin to each session, there will be a theme around which activities will be based. Groups are kept small to help foster relationships and memories that will last a lifetime.
For campers entering grades 6-9
Summer Camp for teenagers! We know that once campers enter their teen years, their needs and desires in a camp experience change. AdventurTeens are provided with more independence, greater challenges, increased responsibility and outstanding staff to help guide them through the summer months. They are constantly on the move participating in group activities, weekly field trips, swimming and hiking at Bertini Park. The AdventurTeens also have full use of the Rotary/YMCA Teen Center, where they can play ping pong or just chill out. The goal of the AdventurTeen program is to create an atmosphere where teens feel safe, valued and free to express themselves.
For campers entering grade 10
This leadership training program is for teens entering 10th grade.
Participants will learn the skills needed to prepare them for going out into the workforce. Under the guidance of the C.I.T. coordinator, participants will develop initiative responsibility, teamwork, and the confidence that is needed to work with people of all ages. C.I.T.s will learn First Aid and CPR, group management and special activity skills all while having fun with other teens. Interested participants need to fill out a C.I.T application for review.