Water Exploration Camps
Young people develop life-long skills with opportunities for water safety and recreation.
Program cancelled summer 2020 - please consider registering for Traditional Day Camp this year.
All of the outdoor adventures in the day camp program plus YMCA swimming lessons! Each day campers will have a 40-minute YMCA progressive swimming lesson with certified swim instructors at the Hudson YMCA. Campers will also have time to play water games and swim at the Hudson YMCA. The remainder of the day will be spent enjoying traditional camp activities.
Weeks of June 22, July 6, July 20, August 3 and August 17
Weeks of June 8, June 29, July 13, August 10 and August 24 (No program July 3, fee prorated)
Member Participants: $295/week
Non-Member Program Participants: $320/week
The hottest way for kids to cool off this summer! Campers spend the full week enjoying an awesome array of water activities including canoeing, kayaking, swimming, pontoon ride and other water activities. The highlight of the week will be a field trip to a water park.
Member Participants: $265/week
Non-Member Program Participants: $290/week
Weeks of July 27 and August 17
Campers learn paddling skills and canoe/kayak safety as they experience the challenge of navigating water! Kids learn to identify the parts of the canoe/kayak, paddling techniques and the importance of teamwork.
Member Participants: $250/week
Non-Member Program Participants: $275/week
Week of July 13
Kids learn about the life of a lumberjack and their importance in building our first cities. Campers discover how the sport of log rolling or “birling” developed out of maneuvering logs down rivers to the old saw mills. Skills learned are great for improving balance and coordination! Log rolling instruction will take place at our camp beach with a trained instructor.
Member Participants: $280/week
Non-Member Program Participants: $305/week
Weeks of June 22, July 13, July 20, August 3, August 10 and August 17
Sailing is a life-long sport teaching teamwork and an appreciation for the outdoors. Each day young sailors learn the basics of sailing and safety with camp instructors. Campers will be taught techniques and terminology for operating our fleet of sailboats as they practice their skills on Lake St. Croix.
*Additional camp paperwork will be required for campers ages 4 – 6. The state of Wisconsin requires the Health History and Emergency Care Plan form, immunization record and signed waiver at camp. Forms can be found on our Forms & Publications page.