Every summer we offer new experiences and create day camp activities for hundreds of youth. From traditional summer camps that encourage kids to explore new adventures, to preschool camps where campers participate in themed weeks and hands-on learning, we provide kids and youth with opportunity to learn, thrive, grow and of course have fun!  

Morning and afternoon snacks are provided.  Lunches are provided at some locations.*** 

Traditional Day Camps (5 - 12 yrs)

Traditional Day Camps provide youth with activities that allow them to experience a variety of different adventures, teach core values, conflict resolution and leadership skills. Participants attend weekly field-trips and camps includes weekly swim time. 

This camp is perfect for kids that love the great outdoors. Campers spend at least 80% of the day engaging in outdoor activities.

Day camps are held weekly beginning June 10, 2013, with the last day camp held the week of August 19, 2013.

Times: 7:00 am - 6:30 pm

Camp Chippewa: Plano Family YMCA

Camp Chippewa Calendar

2013 Rates: $191/week YMCA Member or $213/ week Non YMCA Member

Program Coordinator: Mary Ecret
469.524.9832 or mecret@ymcadallas.org


Camp on the Lake

Camp on the Lake is a premier waterfront day camp environment created just for kids. Camp on the Lake is located on Lake Lewisville and serves families in the Lewisville, Flower Mound, Frisco, Lake Highlands, Plano, Moody Family, Coppell and North Dallas area.

What makes Camp on the Lake especially unique is its location and ability to provide your child with a slew of summer camp activities that are usually exclusive to sleepaway camps. Your camper will enjoy activities such as Archery, Horseback Riding, Water Activities, Crafts and many more...all close to home!

Find out more about Camp on the Lake...

Teen Overnight /  Sleep-Away Camps

Teen Camps

Teens (12+ to 15 years old) participate in a week-long camp. This high school summer camp is geared for middle school up to teens that just completed their 9th grade year. Teens must have completed 6th grade to be in the camp if they are twelve years old.

Summer camp activities for teenagers include, interactive field trips, swimming, educational activities, team-building activities, guest speakers, learning new skills, decision-making, service projects and character building based around a different weekly theme. Don’t let the summer learning loss happen to you!

2013 Teen Camp Parent Handbook




Samantha Buehler
Plano Family YMCA
Youth Development Direct