One of the Door County YMCA’s popular Summer Camp programs has plenty of openings for kids this June. The Otumba Park Half-Day Camp begins on June 22 and is a collaborative effort with the YMCA and the City of Sturgeon Bay. Youth and Teen Development Director Tyler Powell, who has run the program in the past, says the camp includes fun activities for staff and campers.
The camp runs from nine in the morning until noon Monday through Thursday. The YMCA offers three three-week sessions throughout the summer. Open to all children seven to twelve years old, the Otumba program is $35 per session. You can find more information on the camp below.
Ages 7 to 12 Otumba Summer Camp is a collaborative partnership between the Door County YMCA and the City of Sturgeon Bay, which strives to provide an inexpensive, fun, and centrally located camp. Campers will meet at the shelter in Otumba Park each morning, utilizing the entire park to incorporate games, crafts, sports, reading, team-building challenges, beach time, and an occasional field trip within walking distance. The goal for this camp is to instill the four core values of the YMCA (honesty, caring, respect, and responsibility) into all camp activities. All participants will receive a morning snack and FREE nutritious lunch. Camp dates: Session 1- June 22 through July 9; Session 2- July 13 through July 30; Session 3, August 3 through August 21 Camp Times: Monday through Thursday, 9:00am-noon What to bring: Water Bottle, swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, sweatshirt or windbreaker Registration: Y Member: $35/session General Public: $35/session