Below are a list of 2017 Missoula Y Summer Camps. Camps and pricing may vary from year to year. Check back March 2018 for a list of 2018 camps!

All camps run M-F, 9:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Free before and aftercare is offered to all campers. Campers may dropped off as early as 7:30 a.m. and picked up as late as 6:00 p.m.

NEW! Big Sky Adventures Camp

Ages 9+, $216 ($196 w/ Family Membership)

Raft, swim, hike, and camp in our new Big Sky Adventures day camp! It’s a full week of adventures to some of Montana’s best kept secrets.

Camp Tepeetonka

Ages 6-13, $164 ($144 w/ Family Membership)

Travel to Camp land along the Clark Fork River for Gaga Ball, low ropes courses, and other outdoor activities! Trips to the lake and Forest Service lands keep each week fresh and exciting. Older campers (ages 9+) will have a campout during Weeks 7 and 10.

Camp ZooTown

Ages 6-13, $164 ($144 w/ Family Membership)

Get out and enjoy Missoula with Camp ZooTown! Field trips around Missoula, weekly lake outings, games, swimming, rock climbing, and more are planned for this summer.

Climbing Camp

Ages 10+, $216 ($196 w/ Family Membership)

reach new heights as you learn climbing safety, knot tying, belaying, and all the skills needed to safely scale Missoula’s local rock faces.

NEW! Garden Camp

Ages 7+, $176 ($156 w/ Family Membership)

Get your hands dirty with the Missoula Y Garden Camp! We’ll visit area farms, explore the benefits of growing our own food, and discover the true meaning of the “Garden City.”

KinderKubs

Ages 5-6, $184 ($164 w/ Family Membership)

This camp introduces you to the camp experience with a daily routine of activities at the Y, trips to local parks, and more! Spend the week playing games, learning to follow directions, and developing social skills. Let’s get ready for kindergarten together

NEW! Survival Camp

Ages 9+, $216 ($196 w/ Family Membership)

Take field trips to nearby areas, learn how to build a shelter, spend a night outdoors, tie knots, start a fire, use a map and compass, practice Leave No Trace, and more!

 

The YMCA is permitted to operate on the Lolo and Bitterroot National Forests. 

The YMCA is an equal opportunity service provider.