Riverfront YMCA Summer Day Camp
The Riverfront YMCA offers a youth enrichment summer program for School Age children.
During the summer, children visit many places such as museums, animal parks, science centers, the library, and metro parks, and participate in many other fun filled activities such as swimming, rock wall, outdoor play, sports, arts and crafts. Campers will build friendships, have unique experiences, and try and learn new things. Children are divided into groups based on their age.
PIONEERS - 5 - young 7 years old
EXPLORERS - 7 - young 8 years old
PATHFINDERS- older 8 - young 10 years old
Trailblazers- older 10 -12 years old
544 Broad Blvd.
Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221
Summer Day Camp runs May 26th - August 14th serving children who have completed Kindergarten* through age 12. Care available from 6:30am-6:00pm.
*Those children entering 1st grade for the 2020-2021 school year must provide a statement from their school on Letterhead confirming that your child has successfully completed Kindergarten.
$170/week for YMCA members, $190/week for non-YMCA members.
$40 registration fee per child*
*Registration fee waived if registered before April 15th!
Please join us for our Open House on May 20th, from 6:30-8:30pm in our Gymnasium! At this Open House, we will be handing out camp shirts as well as having parents double check their registration packets!
Natalie Frantz, Youth Enrichment Director at 330-923-9622 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Laura Sutphin, Youth Enrichment Director at 330-923-9622 or email@example.com
Please follow the link above to view our Parent Handbook!
Don't miss out on your opportunity, register early!
Ideas for Developmental and Educational Goals:
1.) Make friends and maintain friendships
2.) Read a book independently
3.) Use scissors to cut out complex shapes
4.) Improve hand eye coordination
5.) Understand consequences of their own actions
6.) Pass the swim test to be able to swim in the deep end of the pool
7.) Tell time
8.) Read more challenging books
9.) Write sentences using correct grammar