When School is out, Day Camp is in!
The Y Day Camp program is designed with both parents and kids in mind. Our low cost program provides a flexible schedule for working parents who are looking for fun and engaging care for their kids while school is out.
Ages: 5-15 years
Times: 7:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Financial Assistance is available. Please contact the YMCA to learn more about our Financial Assistance program.
|Nov. 12||Redlands & Highland||$28/33|
Nov. 25 -29
Closed on Nov. 28
(Highland & SB Closed Nov. 28 & 29)
|All branches||$112/133 – Redlands
$84/99 – Highland & San Bernardino
|Dec 16 – 20||Highland & Redlands||$139/165|
|Dec. 23- 27
(Closed 24 & 25)
|Dec. 30 – Jan. 3
(Closed Dec. 31 & Jan. 1)
|Jan. 6- 10||San Bernardino||$139/165|
* The Y will be closed Nov. 24, Dec. 25, and Jan. 1
Trained & Caring Staff
Our staff are not only trained individuals but they have a passion for helping kids!
With crafts, games, STEAM, sports and so much more we don’t just keep them entertained we keep them active and engaged.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How are Day Camp staff trained?
All staff must pass a criminal background check, be certified in CPR/First Aid, and be trained prior to working. Staffs are hired for their unique blend of creativity as well as a commitment to safety and the well-being of children.
What does my child need to bring?
Sack Lunch, Backpack, Water Bottle, Sunscreen, Hat, closed toed shoes & weather appropriate attire.
What about snacks?
The YMCA provides a light snack in the morning and mid-afternoon at 8am and 4pm
Who is the authorized to pick-up my child?
Only individuals you list are allowed to pick-up your child- please be prepared to show state/government issued photo identification daily: Employer identification cards will not be accepted.
What NOT to bring to Day Camp
Money, Weapons of any kind, Undocumented medicines, Pets, Toys, Electronic devices, Playing cards, Cell phones, etc. (The YMCA OF THE EAST VALLEY is not responsible for lost or stolen items).
What is the discipline philosophy?
To build self esteem with a constructive method- including setting limits, helping children realize appropriate choices, and building parental partnerships to forge a positive experience.
When and where may I drop off and pick up my child?
Check-In begins at 7:00am. Check-Out at 4:30pm. Check-ins are held at the YMCA front desk. All children must be picked up by 6:30pm. Children being picked up and dropped off between 9:00am and 4:00pm must go to the Front Desk of the YMCA.
Who may I contact for more information?
Highland & San Bernardino YMCA: Ubaldo Franco, Program Director, (909) 881-9622 ext. 7401
Redlands YMCA: Lorena Pizano, Executive Director (909) 798-9622 ext. 7132
Is financial assistance available?
The YMCA offers up to 50% scholarships on programs and membership. Please see the Front Desk regarding the application process.
Explore Other Summer Camp Options
A Residential Camp in Angelus Oaks
The Y offers a traditional summer camp experience at our residential camp in Angelus Oaks. At Camp Edwards, campers will have the opportunity to canoe, rockclimb, shoot arrows at our archery range, and experience the joys of the great outdoors.
Camp Edwards has programs for incoming 1st to 12th graders.
Specialty Camps at the Y
The Y Academies provide specialty camp opportunities during the summer. These 4-hour camps provide an in-depth experience in fishing, STEM, art, and sports. If you need full-time care, you can enroll your child in a Y Academy and then have them join the Y’s Day Camp for a small drop-in fee.
Y Academies provide experiences for incoming 1st to 10th graders.