2023 Dates & Rates

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Overnight Camp & CIT

Session 1:

June 25 - 30

Session 2: 

July 2 - 14

Session 3: 

July 16 - 28

Session 4:

July 30 - Aug. 11

Session 5:

August 13 - 18

Session 6:

August 20 - 25

July CIT:

June 25 - July 28

August CIT:

July 27 - August 18

RATES:

2-Week Sessions:

  • Tier 1 - $2,460

  • Tier 2 - $2,300

  • Tier 3 - $2,150

1-Week Sessions:

  • Tier 1 - $1,560

  • Tier 2 - $1,420

  • Tier 3 - $1,290

July CIT:

  • Tier 1 - $3,500

  • Tier 2 - $3,340

  • Tier 3 - $3,180

August CIT:

  • Tier 1 - $2,650

  • Tier 2 - $2,550

  • Tier 3 - $2,450

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Adventure Trips

ADK 46er:

July 2 - August 4

$5,000 | $4,800 | $4,600

*Additional 2023 trips will be announced in November when itineraries are finalized*

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Day Camp

Week 1: 

June 26 – 30


Week 2*: 

July 3 – 7


Week 3: 

July 10 – 14


Week 4*: 

July 17 – 21


Week 5: 

July 24 – 28


Week 6*: 

July 31 – Aug. 4


Week 7: 

August 7 – 11


Week 8: 

August 14 – 18

RATES:

  • $385 per week

Optional Additions:

  • Optional Overnight only offered weeks 2, 4, & 6 - $40

  • After-Care (until 5:30 pm) - $95/week & includes overnight

TIERED PRICING

The Capital District YMCA understands that families have different abilities to pay for summer camp. Camp provides one of the most valuable experiences in your child’s life, and we strive to make it attainable for all. Your selection is confidential. Every camper experiences the same programs and opportunities, regardless of the tier you select.

  • Tier 1: Most accurately reflects the true cost of camp for each camper, including but not limited to: staff, meals, maintenance and upkeep, utilities, insurance, equipment repair, overhead, and depreciation. Please pay this amount if you are able.

  • Tier 2: Reflects the basic cost of camp for each camper, including food, staff, supplies, and some maintenance. This is a partially subsidized rate.

  • Tier 3: Reflects the most basic cost of camp for each camper, including food, staff, and supplies. This is a subsidized rate.

  • Tier 4: As a charitable, non -profit organization, the Capital District YMCA strives to ensure that no child is denied the life-changing experience of camp because of an inability to pay.
     

    • To apply for a scholarship made possible through donations to the YMCA’s Annual Campaign you will need to complete an additional scholarship application.

PAYMENTS

  • A $300 deposit is due upon registration. This deposit is non-refundable after April 1st.
     

  • For programs that start prior to July 31st, the balance is due by May 15th
     

  • For programs that start after August 1st, the balance is due by June 15th