Resident Camps

Resident camps at the Y are all about discovery. Kids and teens have the opportunity to explore nature, find new talents, try new activities, gain independence, and make lifelong friendships and memories. And, of course, it’s fun too. From Camp Osceola in the 1920s to today, YMCA Camp is a tradition in Anaheim. Whether exploring Catalina Island at Camp Fox (ages 13-18), or the wilderness at Camp Miehana (ages 7-12), hundreds of campers have the opportunity to have life-changing experiences and personal discovery.

The Anaheim Family YMCA’s award-winning camp programs are run by trained volunteer leaders and staff, who have dedicated their lives to helping young people grow physically, mentally and spiritually. Camp leaders are sensitive to every youth’s diverse needs and unique personalities and strive to create a valuable experience for everyone.

Day Camps

Day camp can offer almost all of the benefits of traditional camps—new experiences, skill building, a sense of community and lasting friendships — but it’s located on your child’s school campus allowing them to return home each afternoon.

YMCA Day camp programs provide childcare when school is closed for winter, spring or summer breaks. Parents and caregivers will have peace of mind knowing that their child is in good hands, while they’re engaging in fun and meaningful activities.

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