Summer Camp Registration begins April 27th for YMCA Members and May 1st for Non-members.
Y Summer camps are all about fun… and learning… and friendship!
We offer day camps for kids age 3 – 15 at our facility in Port Royal and offsite day camps at several locations in Beaufort and Jasper Counties.
Our camps include:
Kiddie Camp for campers age 3-4. Includes daily swim time, arts and crafts, story time, playtime, nature walks, preschool activities, etc.
Traditional Camp for kids age 5 – 12, segmented into age appropriate groups. Youth participate in educational enrichment activities with an emphasis on reading and mathematics. Plenty of fun time too! Daily swimming, nature activities, crafts, music, gym activities, team activities, etc.
Specialty Camps offer unique opportunities for learning and creativity offered by camp staff trained in specific activities. Camps include adventure camp, Mindcraft/LEGO®, basketball, soccer, casting & kayaking, tennis, triathalon camp, camp diva and more!
Summer camp registration begins for YMCA members on April 27, 2015 and open registration for Non-members begins on May 1, 2015. Register for all camps in person at the YMCA in Port Royal or online through ‘THE HUB’ found on this website.
Kids attending Mossy Oaks Elementary District Summer Reading Program have the option to be bused to the YMCA to participate in our summer camp in the afternoon.
If you are interested in one of our offsite summer camps (Lady’s Island Elementary, Penn Center, Whale Branch, or Jasper County) CLICK HERE.
Yes, the Y is known as ‘America’s favorite swim instructor’ for a reason. In 2014 alone our local Y taught 1,400 people how to swim – with most being age 15 or younger! To learn more about our swim lessons, get dates and cost visit our Aquatics page.
Financial assistance is available for TRADITIONAL CAMP ONLY. To confidentially apply or for additional information, CLICK HERE
If you receive financial assistance PLEASE feel free to register online! It will automatically make the adjustments when it comes out at the end.