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Full-Time Staff Updates from Camp Wood YMCA!

This year has brought several changes to our full-time staff team. In April, we welcomed Katie Sutton as our new Program Director. After the summer, Katie moved into the role of Chief Operating Officer at Camp Wood! We then hired Meghan Burke, also known as Pascal...

A Bittersweet Goodbye

Hello Camp Wood Families,As a kid I always wanted to find my home away from home. In the summer of 2016, I was able to find that when I began working at Camp Wood YMCA. I can remember how nervous I was to meet all the staff because I had never been to a camp before...

CIT 2020 Program

Dear CIT Parents,I know this summer has not gone the way we expected it to go, especially with our CIT Program. We know the next step in becoming a staff member after the CIT program is to become an LA (Leader Assistant), a 3 week program that allows your child to...

Coronavirus and Camp Information for our Camp Family

Our Commitment to the Health of Campers and StaffOver the last few weeks, the Coronavirus is raising health concerns across the globe. According to the CDC and the World Health Organization, the US youth population is at low risk of contracting the COVID- 19. As with...

Summer 2019 Recap

It is that time of year again where summer camps starts to begin to slow down and “try” not to think about next summer.It’s that time when everyone to be daydreaming about being out in the prairie, the smell of campfire, the hot sun that will beat down on you...

Be You!

At Camp Wood YMCA we encourage all our campers to just be who they are. To “Be You” means to be proud of who you are and to not let others tear you down and tell you to be someone that you aren’t. During a week of camp, we are given a great gift to witness amazing,...