Winter Family Camp
February 14-17, 2014
Enjoy a family weekend at the New York YMCA Camp
Is your family looking for a great way to spend Presidents' Day Weekend? Join us for a fun-filled weekend of crafts, games, activities and programs for all ages at our annual Winter Family Camp.
Enjoy nine buffet-style meals, a fireplace in your dorm lobby, 3 nights lodging, and some great memories to take home with you. There will be plenty of crafts, games, recreation and evening activities to go around!
Snow is always an added bonus and if we have some, you might see activities like snow tubing, cross-country skiing or snowshoeing.
|Dorm||4 - 10 to a room||$279 per adult /
$199 per child 7-17
|Kleinstuber Lodge||2 to a room||$339 per person / $229 per child 7-17
|Evergreen Lodge||6 - 7 to a room||$369 per adult /
$265 per child 7-17
$50 per child 4-6 (3 and under are free)
Download an application (PDF)
Dorms - Rooms may hold up to five guests with shared bathrooms across the hall.
Maple - Rooms of four with private bath.
Kleinstuber Lodge – Motel style rooms with private bath and two twin beds.
Evergreen - Our brand new LEED Certified building will be open for registrations. Rooms may hold up to five guests with shared bathrooms across the hall. Two private rooms with two twin beds and private bath are available as well.
Camp's food service is in the forefront of the YMCA's Activate America initiatives. We support a healthy lifestyle in the foods we serve. We offer fresh fruits in our breakfast bar to include fresh strawberries, blueberries (when in season), cantaloupe, and honeydew along with canned fruits. In addition, we offer fresh vegetables on our salad bars for lunch and dinner and a vegetarian option to create a well balanced diet.
Over the past two years we have been reducing the fat and sugar in our menu while providing meals that guests will enjoy. Our pastas are now made with whole wheat. All oil is zero trans fat oil. We use lean meat in our menu items like ground turkey and turkey hot dogs. We are currently moving away from items like Danish and donuts, which have high fructose corn syrup, to homemade items like banana and pumpkin breads and a variety of muffins made with whole-wheat flour.
We can accommodate dietary needs to include vegetarians and guests with food-borne allergies. If you have any questions about our weekend meals please contact our Food Service Director, Steve Sumnick at email@example.com.