Camp Winnebago Summer Day Camps

Experience the magic of camp! Camp Winnebago Summer Day Camps provide campers with fun, safe experiences to learn new skills, build self confidence, and make lasting friendships. We pride ourselves in providing excellent role models that celebrate your child's achievements, demonstrate genuine friendships, and create a space in which each camper feels they belong. Our programs are built upon the YMCA Core Values:


Summer Camp 2019 Dates & Themes

Week 1

Jungle Jam

Week 1: June 4 - June 7
(Tuesday - Friday)


"My daughter LOVES it there. The counselors are so friendly and accommodating. My daughter has been coming here since she was in Kindergarten and doesn't want to go anywhere else. The activities, the overnight camps and the family involvement is amazing. I would recommend Camp Winnebago to anyone!"

- Happy Camp Parent

Frequently Asked Questions

Send your child to camp with a backpack to keep all of their belongings together. Campers should also bring their own water bottle to stay hydrated during the day. Please have your camper bring a swimsuit, towel, insect repellent, a hat for sun protection, and sunscreen to help prevent sunburn. It is recommended that parents or guardians apply sunscreen to campers’ arms, legs and back prior to arriving at camp. Please be sure to label all of your child’s belongings with their name or initials. The YMCA is not responsible for any items that are lost or stolen, and under no circumstances will reimburse lost, stolen or broken items.

Swim Suit
Close-Toed Water Shoes
Water Bottle
Bug Spray
Sun Screen 
Weather Appropriate Clothing

Pokémon Cards
New or Expensive Clothing

Campers should wear clothing suitable for an active day at camp. Appropriate items would include shorts, t-shirts, light jackets (for chilly mornings), and athletic shoes (no sandals). Our camps use discovery and play as a major part of our camp program, thus we encourage you to dress your child in clothing that you do not mind getting dirty or stained in the course of your child engaging in a fun activity.

Yes, though our staff make regular trips to the restrooms and drinking fountains, parents are ultimately responsible for sending their child with plenty of fluids for the day.

Yes. Camp Winnebago and Adventure Camps will provide an afternoon snack to all campers.

In order to keep your child safe, campers wanting to swim in the deep end take the swim test at the start of each week.

No. The only exception is on Adventure Camp field trip days. See Camp Store Accounts for Camp Winnebago money policies.

Every so often, a lunch doesn’t make it from the car to camp. Camp Winnebago and Adventure Camp will have lunches available through the Summer Food Program for children who do not bring a lunch to camp.

We know that sometimes things just get lost. Please label all of your child’s belongings. The best way to prevent the loss of property is to leave it at home! There will be a designated Lost and Found at each camp location. Please check for your child’s items. Lost and found items are kept at the YMCA for two full weeks and then donated to charity. The YMCA is not responsible for camper possessions that are lost or stolen.

If you have questions about any of our Camp options, please contact Camp Winnebago at 815-489-3374 or