Are Masks Required At Camp?

Indoors

According to Washington department of health guidelines, all children age 5 years and older, staff, volunteers, and guests who are vaccinated or not must wear cloth face coverings or acceptable alternatives.

Outdoors

Current mask guidelines from the Washington State Department of Health allow campers and staff the option of whether to wear a mask while outside, regardless of vaccination status. The Y is consistently following state guidelines and will allow masks as an option while campers and staff are outdoors. Y staff will continue providing three feet of distance between individuals while outside. Masks are still required for all campers and staff while indoors, regardless of vaccination status.

Lunch and Snacks

Campers are asked to bring their own lunch and snacks.

Online Account

Sign in to your YMCA My Community portal to view your membership information. Learn how to set up and log in to My Community.

If you received an email from the Y about Winter Break Camp, that email address is likely the one you will use to log in to your My Community account.

Payment Information

Deposits are not required upon registration. You will be required to add payment information so we can draft your account on Wednesday, two weeks prior to the start of camp.

Scholarships are available for YMCA members. Please see more information in the scholarships section below.

Staff discount available at 20% for staff household members.

Scholarships

Active YMCA members are eligible for scholarships.

For YMCA members currently receiving a scholarship on your membership, the same scholarship rate will be applied to your Winter Break Camp rate.

Community members are not eligible for scholarships at this time. Community members are welcomed to apply for a scholarship to join as a YMCA member. If approved, the scholarship rate will apply to your YMCA membership and Winter Break Camp rates. Learn more about scholarships and membership

Program Details

The Y is committed to maintaining a healthy environment for everyone. Our facilities are operating under all state guidelines. We continue to update our procedures as state guidelines change. YMCA Winter Break Camp is expected to operate in Phase 1, 2, and 3 of Washington State's Healthy Washington - Roadmap to Recovery plan. Group sizes may be adjusted, mask requirements may change, and activities may shift based on any changes to the guidelines as we move through new phases. We will communicate with parents through our weekly email communication. Please ensure the email you use to log in to your online YMCA account is active so you receive these important updates.

Parent Communication

Camp forms and information will be sent to registered campers. Information will be sent to the primary parent email on the camper’s YMCA account.

To confirm or update your email address, log in to My Community.

What To Bring and Personal Belongings
What To Bring
  • Face mask
  • Filled water bottle
  • Closed-toe shoes (please leave flip flops and sandals at home)
  • Small backpack (to hold belongings)
  • Labeled sack lunch and snacks
  • Warm jacket/coat and hat or gloves (optional)
  • Crayons or Markers
Personal Belongings
  • Only allow your child to bring items that are necessary for camp
  • Money, toys, sports equipment, gum, and makeup are not permitted
  • Any lost or damaged toys or other personal belongings brought to camp are not the responsibility of the YMCA
  • Please label all belongings with the child’s name
Camper Drop Off and Pick Up Times

Drop Off To Camp | 8:30am

Pick Up From Camp | 4:30pm