School Year & Holiday Camps
We offer day camps for your child over San Mateo-Foster City Unified School District Holidays- stay active and engaged during holiday and school breaks at Y Camp! Your child will learn new skills, build self-confidence, and make new friends when school’s not in session. Campers will laugh, learn, explore and grow, while creating memories and friendships that will last a lifetime.
Day camp is childcare during school holidays and is a place for all campers to belong, achieve and build relationships. Our camps are timed to align with school holidays.
All day camps are for youth in grades K-8.
Registration will reopen next school year 2019-2020!
Fall Break Camp
It's a week full of fun here at the Y! Kids will stay active and engaged by singing songs, playing sports and games, making arts & crafts, exploring nearby parks, and having a whole lot of fun! Campers will be engaged in hands on, experiential lessons and become environmental stewards!
Summer Camp Registration is open
Each summer, campers have the BEST SUMMER EVER! Each week, campers will go on adventures, learn something new, take field trips to local parks and get outdoors and connect to nature.
Policies & FAQ
To read about camp policies, financial aid, cancelations, and more, please click here. All camp participants must have an active YMCA membership to register. Visit our Membership desk for more information on Facility and Program memberships.
Our camps are open to campers in (or entering) Kindergarten through 8th Grade. Groups are divided based on camper age, so activities can be tailored to each developmental level, relationships can be fostered, and all campers are safe.
Families should send their camper to day camp with a healthy lunch, sunscreen, and a water bottle.
- Discoverers: Entering or enrolled in Kindergarten through 2nd Grade. Staff to camper ratio is 1:8.
- Explorers: Entering or enrolled in 3rd through 5th Grade. Staff to camper ratio is 1:10.
- Movin' On: Entering or enrolled in 6th-8th Grade. Staff to camper ratio is 1:10.
- Counselors in Training: Teens entering 9th and 10th Grade.