Summer Camp

YMCA of the Suncoast Summer CampThe "Best Summer Ever" is at the YMCA of the Suncoast from Largo to Crystal River! Be sure to join us again for 2018! Registration for camp will start in February. Remember our summer camps are located in Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando and Citrus counties and they are sponsored in part by Publix Super Market Charities.

Our summer camp programs have cool themes for kids and teens. Join the Y and get your kids into camp! 

Emma, our YMCA Summer Camp Girl, "that's #summercampgirl," had the "Best Summer Ever" attending camp last year. Watch her 2017 summer camp stories on YouTube. The Y has indoor and outdoor games, field trips and activities that will help campers grow in spirit, mind and body!

The YMCA has the best Summer Camps in Tampa Bay including Camp Muskogee (aka Camp Soule) in Clearwater.  Here's some of the fun they had making friends!

This is what the Y's summer camp is all about—ensuring kids get more out of their summer break: more friendships, more accomplishments and more belonging. Plus, our Y counselors are dedicated to making sure your child's camp is an amazing experience!

Day Camp This is all of the benefits of traditional camp—new experiences, skill building, a sense of community and lasting friendships. Our camps are located in in rural and urban settings while allowing campers to return home each afternoon. We offer day camps for elementary children and some branch locations have offerings for preschoolers and teens.

Specialty, Summer Bridge or Theme Camps
Camping is for everyone, and the Y offers camps for teen adventure, music, sports specialties and farm/ranch experiences. In addition, children with developmental disabilities, physical and mental health challenges or other impairments have opportunities through the Y as well. For example, parents talk about CAMP COAST at our Clearwater YMCA. It's for kids and teens in the autism spectrum.

Our Summer Bridge through Pinellas County Schools is for eligible students who are currently in kindergarten through fourth grade. Children in the Pinellas County Elementary Summer Bridge Program will participate in engaging reading, math and science activities, which will help bridge their learning from one grade to the next.