Camp Lincoln Summer Camp
Traditional Day Camp
YMCA Camp Lincoln offers programs for children as young as three years old up to ninth grade. Campers explore camp and the waterfront gaining independence, self-confidence and friends. Activities such as arts and crafts, swimming, archery, boating and sports are available daily. The Traditional Camp program is split into units based upon the grade level that campers are entering in the fall. Each unit has their own cabins, bathrooms, game space and special activities.
Day camp sessions are offered for campers three years old through grade 9:
Session 1: June 22 to June 26, 2015. Cost: $210
Session 2: June 29 to July 10, 2015. Cost: $415
Session 3: July 13 to July 24, 2015. Cost: $415
Session 4: July 27 to August 7, 2015. Cost $415
Session 5: August 10 to August 21, 2015. Cost $415
Campers 3-5 years old by June 15
1:6 Counselor to campers
2015 Schedule: One week sessions beginning the week of June 22. The last session for Critters Camp will be the week of August 17.
Cost: $210 per session
Critters explore new experiences, friends and skills while learning independence, cooperation and socialization. They participate in a modified camp schedule that meets their needs with daily swim lessons, sports, nature, snacks and quiet time. Experienced counselors ensure activities and activities are age appropriate. All Critters camp sessions are one week. Campers must be independent in the restroom.
Campers entering kindergarten-grade 2
1:8 Counselor to campers
Eagles travel together in their cabin groups throughout the day with activities such as arts and crafts, swimming, archery, boating and sports. Staff encourage fun and learning with responsibility and confidence building.
Campers entering grades 3-5
1:10 Counselor to campers
Middlers have additional privileges and responsibilities around camp. Middlers sign up on a weekly basis for three of their four program areas. The program areas change throughout the summer based on availability and staff talents.. Each Middlers cabin uses one period for swimming, an essential camp skill. Counselors focus on building a community of friends with the Middlers.
Campers entering grades 6-9
1:10 Counselor to campers
Voyagers experience added responsibilities and decision-making opportunities. Choosing all four of their program areas, they are granted additional choices such as high ropes, pottery and mountain biking. Available program choices rotate throughout the summer. Voyagers may choose a free swim period, but do not participate in instructional swimming. They are positive role models for the younger campers at Camp Lincoln.