2019 DATES

Session 1 June 16th – 21st (Co-Ed)

Session 2 June 23th – 28th (Co-Ed)

Session 3 June 30th – July 5th (Co-Ed)

Session 4 July 7th – 12th (Co-Ed)

Session 5 July 14th – 19th (Co-Ed)

Session 6 July 21st – 26th (Girls Only)

Family Week Aug. 5th – 8th

CIT Session 1 June 16th - June 28th

CIT Session 2 June 30th - July 12th



Week Long Session- Tiered Pricing

  • Tier 1: $1050

  • Tier 2: $950

  • Tier 3: $850

  • Tier 4: Assistance available

Family Camp Session – $1,100 ($400 Deposit)

Two Week Long CIT Program – $1,400

Hold Over (weekend stay between sessions) – $150

Saturday Pick Up – $75 (Must be by 11am)

Shuttle service to/from Fresno – $70 round trip ($35 one way)

 YMCA Camp Sequoia Lake understands that families have different abilities to pay for summer camp. Camp provides one of the most valuable experiences in your child's life, and we strive to make it attainable for all. Please choose the payment tier you can afford. Your selection is confidential and in no way will affect your child's experience at camp.

Tier 1: Most accurately reflects the true cost of camp operations for each camper, including but not limited to: staff, meals, wear and tear of facilities and grounds, utilities, insurance, equipment repairs, overhead and depreciation. Please pay this amount if you are able.
Tier 2: Reflects the basic cost of attending camp, including food, staff, program supplies, and limited maintenance expenses. This is a partially subsidized rate.
Tier 3: Reflects the most basic cost of attending camp, including food, staff, and supplies. This is a subsidized rate.
Tier 4: Represents a partial scholarship made possible through donations to the YMCA's Annual Campaign and Campership program. Please submit a scholarship application.

CIT Program: Campers entering 11th or 12th Grade
This two week program allows those interested in working with children and/or being a camp counselor or future leader the opportunity to learn about child development, positive communication, and effective leadership techniques. The CITs will enjoy the traditional activities that campers love but will also take an active roll in leading these activities.