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When summer is full of the laughs, high-fives, songs, and exciting challenges children dream of all year, that’s more than a great memory, that’s an experience that can change a child’s life. At camp, kids get the chance to challenge themselves like never before, and try something new every day. Whether it’s getting on stage to sing a song, swimming in the deep end, hiking off the beaten path or building an invention, the Y helps campers strive and thrive as individuals and leaders.


and available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Y Member Registration begins on Monday, February 5, 2024 at 6:00 AM
General Public Registration begins on Monday, February 26, 2024 at 6:00 AM

Priority registration (Febrary 5-25, 2024) requires active membership before registration and throughout summer enrollments. Lapse in membership between priority registration & summer programs will result in general public rates for all enrollments. General public who register after February 25 can begin a membership at any time before summer & receive member rates. If a participant begins a membership, they must notify the Camp Director. Member rates will then be reflected two weeks after notification.

PLEASE NOTE: In order to register for multiple days, or an entire week, after clicking the "Register Now" link, you must select a specific camp program from the grey box at the top of the screen. If you don't follow this step, you will be required to register for each day separately.



Camp Nan A Bo Sho

Our overnight resident camp provides fun-filled activities that promote the benefits of teamwork, cooperation, and conservation of resources along with the values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. Campers are involved with activities and programs from early morning until the campfire at sunset.


Follow the steps below to complete your online registration. All steps must be completed to finalize registration. This program does not save incomplete information.

Families who have not participated in YMCA School Age Care, 4K Wrap or Day Camp in 2022 or 2023 must fill out the Child Profile as part of registration. As the profile contains information required by state licensing, it is lengthy and therefore we recommend you complete it in advance of registration. For families who have participated in YMCA School Age, 4K Wrap and/or Day Camp in 2022 or 2023 the information already entered into the Profile has been saved but you must review and update it before you can register.


  1. Navigate to
  2. Click Register Now.
  3. Select Summer Day Camp from the list of categories.
  4. From the list of available programs, choose the appropriate program. If you do not select the specific program, you will have to register for every day individually.
  5. Once the correct program is selected, check the boxes next to the specific days of camp the child will be attending.
  6. Log into your online account and select the child you want to register.
  7. Verify/Answer all the registration information on the screen, then choose Next.
  8. 8. Select from any stored billing methods, or add a credit card or bank account information and select Pay Now.

1. Navigate to
2. Click Register Now.
3. Select Camps from the list of categories.
4. From the list of available programs, choose the appropriate program and then the specific camp the participant would like to attend.
5. When finished selecting, choose Register.
6. Complete all registration requirements and questions and choose Check Out.
7. Select from any stored billing methods, or add a credit card or bank account information and select Pay Now.


At the Y, we believe in providing membership and program services to all who desire to participate in the Y, regardless of ability to pay. We are asking those in need of assistance to make an appointment prior to your scheduled camp. If you have a child who would like to participate, but needs assistance, please contact Member Services at your Y location. W2 state and county funding is accepted at some camps. Please call or email the camp contact for additional information.


Y Summer Camp Programs are open to children of all abilities. Children are expected to be potty trained. Parents have a duty to disclose significant medical, physical or behavioral needs at the time of enrollment. Due to the large group format of our Summer Camps, the Y is unable to provide one-on-one care. If your child has unique needs that require a more specific type of accommodation, a meeting must be scheduled with the Camp Director a minimum of 2 weeks prior to attending the program. This allows us to identify the most effective ways of serving you and your child. Children are still expected to maintain the standards for the Summer Camp Program to the best of their ability. Any disciplinary actions that would be required would take their ability into account.