Ages 6 – 11 | Weekly Sessions Run June – August
New and Improved in 2013!
Camp Koda now offers a new, fun and unique experience each week that gives youth the opportunity to discover new interests, meet new friends, explore nature, enhance self-esteem, be physically active and create memories that last a lifetime.
Kids will unplug from technology and engage in activities, in a safe and fun environment, that keep them moving and build social and independent skills.
Camp Program – Our day camp is packed each day with activities that will keep minds sharp and bodies moving. Campers arrive at the YMCA between 8:45am and 9:00am and should be picked up at 4:30pm. Your child’s camp adventure begins at 9:00am each day. Extended care is available from 7:30am to 8:45am and 4:45pm to 6:00pm. (The fee for extended care is $1.00 per child, per time slot – am or pm).
Camp Activities – Each day will be based on the theme for the week, but include lots of adventure! Activities like swimming, crafts, nature walks, field trips, science experiments, culture diversity exploration, sports, music and much more. One day each week campers also get to attend our very own YMCA Camp Cormorant on Big Cormorant Lake, MN! There they get the full camp experience and even more adventure like horseback riding, water fun, ropes and climbing courses and more.
Camp Staff – The Y knows kids and we choose our staff based on maturity, sensitivity, and proven abilities in relating to young children. They are excellent role models and care about children. The staff is selected to teach the core values of caring, honesty, respect, responsibility and health.
Camp Scholarships – There are a variety of financial assistance programs available to campers. The YMCA provides scholarships to families who are in need. Call Dee at 701.364.4153 for more information.
For more information on Camp Koda details, please contact Carrie at 701.364.4116 or email@example.com
Ages 13+ Spend your summer with the LIT (Leaders-In-Training) program at the YMCA! Travel with Camp Koda and learn about caring for youth ages 6-11. During this leadership training program, you will learn and develop skills needed to someday become a camp counselor or youth staff. Personal growth, confidence-building, managing responsibility, developing activities and organizing events are also skills you will learn. To apply, please contact Carrie at 701.364.4116.