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Mid Valley Family YMCA

Family Camp

Our Family Camps offer a fun and exciting way to round up your loved ones and escape to the beauty of the great outdoors. We realize families come in all shapes and sizes, so we happily welcome parents, grandparents, single parents and multiple generations to join us for a good old-fashioned camping experience.

“My mom, my little brother and I learned all about the fruit bushes growing near our campsite: which ones were edible and which ones to stay away from. We swam every day and it was so much fun, I didn’t even miss my phone!”

We plan activities so you can be as busy or relaxed as you want. Hike, play archery and swim, or sit down, unwind and read a book. There are a ton of activities you can do together as a family as well as things your kids can do on their own, under the watchful eyes of our trained camp staff, leaving you a little time for yourself.

If you’re ready to get away from it all, learn some new skills, and create lasting memories, check out our schedule of upcoming Family Camps.  If you have any questions, just give us a call.

Quality family time for every type of family.

Round up the family and get away to the beauty of Y Family Camp at Camp Round Meadow. Come join us in this opportunity to share & create memories with your family and friends; reconnect with old friends and make new ones!

You’ll enjoy hiking, archery, swimming, crafts, games, movies, s’mores, campfires and more! Signups start January 7 at the East, Mid & West Valley YMCAs.

Dates: Memorial Day Weekend, May 24-26

Cost:
$100/person. 4 years & under FREE
$10/person deposits are acceptable until May 19.
Final payments/completed paperwork is due May 20. Transportation is not provided.

Location:
CAMP ROUND MEADOW
41011 Jenks Lake Road W.
Angelus Oaks, CA

* Families (adults or adults with their children) only need to fill out the front form and the liability waiver below.

* Families that are bringing children that are not theirs (like a friend) or a group of teens coming without parents, need to fill out the health history forms.