GREAT SUMMERS START AT THE Y
The YMCA of San Francisco is committed to providing quality youth programming and exceptional summer camp experiences to our Bay Area families.
Health & Safety Protocols
All youth will be required to complete a daily health check at drop including a temperature check and brief wellness survey. Immediately after check-in staff and campers will be required to wash their hands with soap and warm water for 20 seconds or sanitize.
Our Cleaning and Sanitizing Procedures
High volume surfaces such as doorknobs, water fountains, door handles, tables, and bathrooms will be sanitized hourly or more as needed. Campers and staff will have hand washing or sanitizing scheduled regularly. Each youth will have their own set of supplies while at program. Shared materials will immediately be wiped down after use. Toys or materials that are difficult to clean (example: playdough, stuffed animals) will not be allowed at program. A professional cleaning company will clean and sanitize any indoor spaces used at the end of the day.
Pick-up and Drop-Off Procedures
Drop-off and pick-up will be drive or walk up. Due to safety protocols, parents/guardians will not be allowed to enter the facility. Due to safety protocols, parents/guardians will not be allowed to enter the facility/program area. One parent/guardian may drop-off one child at a time. If multiple families arrive at once, you will be asked to wait a minimum of 6 feet for your turn in line. Parents/guardians and youth must wear a mask during drop-off and pick-up.
Our Mask Policy
Staff must wear a mask 100% of the time. Youth 3 years and older must wear a mask 100% of the time.
Groups will not exceed current county/city guidelines. Groups will not co-mingle. Absences from camp will be monitored. Program will be set up to maintain 6’ of physical distancing as much as possible. Program activities have been modified to ensure they can be run safely and ‘touch free’. All field trips have been canceled. Hugging, holding hands, etc are not permitted.
San Francisco County Camps
Please click on the + for more information regarding dates and locations
Session 1: 06/07-06/25 • Session 2: 06/28-07/16 • Session 3: 07/19-08/06
No camp: 08/09-08/13
|Branch||Location||Grades||Hours||Sessions||Cost for Community Participants:|
|Buchanan||UCSF Laurel Heights||K-5||7:00 am-6:00 pm||1, 2, 3||$1,020 Community Participants/$900 Member|
|Presidio||Y Rangers at Fort Scott||K-8||8:00 am-4:00 pm||1, 2, 3||$1,425 Community Participants/$1,275 Member|
Summer Together Camp Sample Schedule:
|Group A||Group B||Group C||Group D|
|8:00-8:30 am||Family Group Opening||Family Group Opening||Family Group Opening||Family Group Opening|
|8:30-9:30 am||Recreation||Art||STEAM||Outdoor Ed|
|9:30-10:30 am||Outdoor Ed||Recreation||Art||STEAM|
|10:30-11:30 am||STEAM||Outdoor Ed||Recreation||Art|
|11:30 am-12:30 pm||Art||STEAM||Outdoor Ed||Recreation|
|3:30-4:00 pm||Staff-led Activity||Staff-led Activity||Staff-led Activity||Staff-led Activity|
|4:30-5:00 pm||Family Group Closing||Family Group Closing||Family Group Closing||Family Group Closing|
Power Scholars Camp Sample Schedule:
|Grade K||Grade 1||Grade 2||Grade 3||Grade 4||Grade 5|
|8:00 am-12:00 pm||Academics||Academics||Academics||Academics||Academics||Academics|
|12:30-1:00 pm||Free Time||Free Time||Free Time||Free Time||Free Time||Free Time|
|1:00-2:00 pm||Recreation||Staff-led Activity||STEAM||Art||Staff-led Activity||Outdoor Ed|
|2:00-3:00 pm||STEAM||Recreation||Staff-led Activity||STEAM||Art||Staff-led Activity|
|3:00-4:00 pm||Staff-led Activity||STEAM||Recreation||Staff-led Activity||STEAM||Art|
|4:30-5:00 pm||Family Group Closing||Family Group Closing||Family Group Closing||Family Group Closing||Family Group Closing||Family Group Closing|
Do you know the incredible feeling of being in nature?
The beauty of California redwoods, the calm and thrill of the Pacific Ocean. At the Y, we believe that time spent outdoors helps us be our healthiest, best selves. We're a leader in programs that build connections to nature, give access to outdoor spaces, and provide outdoor education and healthy fun to the families, seniors, adults and youth we serve.
Family Camp at Camp Jones Gulch
Our cabins are available in many different sizes and configurations that can meet almost any family's needs.
All our cabins available for Family Camp have private attached or adjacent bathrooms including showers.
Family Camp at Camp Jones Gulch
Tent Camping is available at Lower Outpost, Upper Outpost, Tolowa Ballfield, and Wasiata Ballfield
These sites can accommodate 3-6 tents. To view a list of camp sites, please click below.