Registration for RETURNING families is open as of NOVEMBER 1.
Registration for NEW families will begin on DECEMBER 1.
Stay tuned to @ycampofmaine for details, updates, and announcements!
Ages 8 - 15
Tier 1: $825
Tier 2: $750
Tier 3: $675
Session 1: June 23 – June 29
Session 2B: July 7 - 13 (Boys & Girls ALMOST FULL 2-26-19)
Session 4A: July 28 - August 3 (Boys ALMOST FULL 2-26-19)
Session 4B: August 4 – August 10 (Boys & Girls ALMOST FULL 2-26-19)
Ages 8 - 15
Tier 1: $1600
Tier 2: $1450
Tier 3: $1300
Session 2: June 30 – July 13
Session 3: July 14 – July 27
Session 4: July 28 - August 10 (Boys & Girls ALMOST FULL 2-26-19)
Age 15 - U.S. Campers
Age 16 - International Campers
Tier 1: $1535
Tier 2: $1385
Tier 3: $1235
LIT 2: June 30 - July 13 - Almost Full (2-26-19)
LIT 3: July 14 - July 27 - Almost Full (2-26-19)
LIT 4: July 28 - August 10 - FULL (11-2-18)
YMCA Camp of Maine wants to help your family, support our community, and grow for the future. YCamp understands that families have different abilities to pay and camp provides one of the most valuable experiences in your child’s life. So, we strive to make camp attainable for all with Tiered Pricing. When registering for YCamp, simply choose the tier level that best suits your family. Your selection is confidential. Regardless of the tier that best suits your family, every camper has the same opportunities provided at YCamp.
This tier accurately reflects the true cost of camp for each camper, including meals, programming, staff, maintenance, utilities, insurance, equipment, overhead, and depreciation. We ask families, who are able, to participate at this level if it is appropriate for them
This tier is partially subsidized through Annual Support and reflects the basic cost for each camper (food, staff, programming, and some maintenance and upkeep). Please participate at this level if it is right for your family.
This tier is more heavily subsidized through Annual Support. Please participate at this level if it keeps camp affordable for your family. This tier reflects the most basic cost for each camper including food, staff and supplies.
We provide more significant financial assistance to families that demonstrate need through our Financial Aid Program. This is a variable rate for families whose need is greater than the subsidized rates. For more information, please read through our Financial Aid Guidelines. This tier is made possible through Annual Support.
Campers who are attending Y Camp for multiple sessions can stay at camp during the weekends in-between. Special activities are planned and relaxing quiet time is provided.
Cost: $75.00 per camper between sessions
Provided for campers staying for multiple sessions. One load is recommended for every two sessions at camp.
Cost: $35 per load.
Campers flying in to Boston Logan (BOS) or Portland Jet Port (PWM) can be transported up to Y Camp in a camp van with Y Camp Counselors. Pre-planning with registration is required to coordinate flights.
Cost: $100 each way from Boston, ME. (161 miles; 2.5 hours)
Cost: $50 each way from Portland, ME. (58 miles; 1 hour)
Account balances are due June 1. Cancellations made more than 30 days before the beginning of the session will receive a 25% refund based on the full tuition. Cancellations made less than 30 days prior to the start of the session are not eligible for a refund.
The Parent Handbook has the answers to many questions and talks about what you, as a family, can expect from the YCamp Experience. Please review this document to get a better understanding of YMCA Camp of Maine.
In: Sundays 1-3 pm
Out: Saturdays 9:30-11 am