We’re looking forward to providing your child a summer filled with fun, adventure and learning, all while maintaining a safe and positive environment. We have been working closely with our local and state health departments, Office of Early Childhood and YMCA of the USA. 

We had to make some changes to the way our summer camp looks and runs this year due to COVID-19 and below is a summary of those changes based on the requirements from the Office of Early Childhood.

◊ Daily Health Screenings will be administered to campers and counselors.
◊ All counselors will be required to wear masks. Campers are not required to wear masks.
◊ Group sizes will have a ratio of 10 campers to 1 counselor. Our groups will not be allowed to intermingle and must remain 6 feet apart from other groups at all times.
◊ Campers will still have swim time, at least twice per week.
◊ Our counselors are positive role models that have gone through extensive training to ensure a fun, safe and exciting summer.


AM Care: 7:00a – 9:00a
Day Camp: 9:00a – 4:00p
PM Care: 4:00p – 6:00p

To contact our Camp Ulbrich Office, please call 203-269-4497 x305

For campers entering Pre- K and Kindergarten
Rascals learn the meaning of teamwork, independence and sharing under the watchful eyes of our caring staff. It’s a great introduction to camp in a safe, lower ration, fun & 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 gives every camper a memorable and rewarding summer camp experience. Throughout the day, campers will participate in a variety of group activities, arts & crafts and swimming. Groups are kept small to help foster relationships and memories that will last a lifetime.

For campers entering Grades 6-9
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

For campers entering Grade 10
C.I.T.s develop initiative, responsibility, teamwork, and the confidence that is needed to work with people of all ages. They learn First Aid & 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.