Positive Day Camp Experiences
Enhance your child’s summer with specialty camps! Designed for campers entering second through fifth grade, each week offers a different option of programming in sports, arts and Lego camps. By the end of the week, your child will have a better understanding of the specialty area and develop new skills and techniques.
Calling all future architects and engineers! Lego camp provides curious campers the opportunity to build Lego creations and test their skills.
Level II Lego Engineering continues to expand on the Core Concepts, Custom Creations and Motor Creations explored in Level I while adding in more complex builds and challenging participants to DESIGN solutions rather than just following instructions or free building. Check out our 2018 Lego Day Camps.
Held at Llewellyn Elementary School
6301 SE 14th Ave., Portland
Weeks 3, 5, 7 and 8 | 6:30 AM–6 PM
YMCA sports camp target individual skill development as well as team ideals of sportsmanship and camaraderie. These week long sessions are designed to accommodate both playful and serious young sports fans. As campers grow and learn each activity, they can increase their skill level of training based on the particular skill sets they acquire. Check out 2018 Sports Day Camps.
Held at Laurelhurst Elementary School
840 NE 41st Ave., Portland
Weeks 1–8 | 6:30 AM–6 PM
Clay and Arts Camps
YMCA art camps offer a fun environment for young artists to explore new techniques and express their artistic talents. Campers will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of different art mediums during these week long sessions. Check out 2018 Clay and Arts Day Camps.
Held at SE YMCA Child Development Center
6036 SE Foster Rd., Portland
6:30 AM–6 PM
Clay Camp | Weeks 1–11
Art Camp | Weeks 2, 4, 7 and 9