Four Reasons why your Teen or Tween should go to Summer Camp
Published: April 12, 2017, at 9:02 a.m. PT
Last updated: February 26, 2020, at 12:17 p.m. PT
No one day of camp will be the same all summer at the Y! Every week will have different field trips, highlights and the best part is four out of five days at camp are spent getting out to the park! We will be exploring everything from the mountains to the sound! Need more reasons to have your teen/tween join camp, here is four main reasons:
1. Staying Active: Keeping your tween/teen active this Summer! They get the freedom to explore the city and gain new experiences while supervised by our experience staff!
2. Strengthening Friendships: Strengthening and developing new friendships while exploring activities such as ropes courses, wilderness skills, playing interactive games and explore all the beaches around the city!
3. Community Service: Keep your tween/teen active in the community helping with service projects and learning about the community they live in.
4. Something for Everyone: During any given week there are things to do for everyone, sports, games, literacy time, team building and social time with friends.
Day Camps offered for teen or tweens:
Trek Camp - Grab a new adventure each week as Y staff lead tween campers in activities like music, gaming, or hitting the trails for a hike. Offered at the following locations: Auburn Valley YMCA, Coal Creek Family YMCA, Dale Turner Family YMCA, Matt Griffin YMCA, Northshore YMCA, University Family YMCA, West Seattle & Fauntleroy YMCA.
Quest Camp - Go full speed this summer with trips, hikes and overnights all over the Northwest. Offered at the following locations: Auburn Valley YMCA, Bellevue Family YMCA, Coal Creek Family YMCA, Dale Turner Family YMCA, Kent YMCA, Matt Griffin YMCA, Northshore YMCA, Sammamish Community YMCA, Snoqualmie Valley YMCA, University Family YMCA, West Seattle & Fauntleroy YMCA.
Teen Outdoor Specialty Camp - Adventure is out there! Explore the Pacific Northwest through biking, rock climbing or kayaking as you make new friends and develop your leadership skills. Offered at the following locations: Kent YMCA, Sammamish Community YMCA, Snoqualmie Valley YMCA, University Family YMCA.
Register Today for Trek, Quest or Teen Outdoor Specialty camp.