Camp New Heights

Registration opens Sunday, February 11th at 11 a.m. for members, returning campers and their siblings.

Registration for non-members (that are not returners or the siblings of returners) will open Wednesday, February 14th at 7 a.m.

Camp New Heights [ages 5-11]

Throughout the week campers will have the opporutnity to participate in theme-related activities as well as main activity areas including: sports, arts and crafts, science experiments, team-building, silent reading time, nutrition lessons, enrichment activities, and more!


111 South Wallace Boulevard, Ypsilanti, MI 48197


Monday – Friday, 8:15 am – 4:45 pm

How to Register



Call the Day Camp Registrar:
(734) 661-8009



Will there be swimming?

Yes, campers will swim once a week at Rutherford Pool (975 N, Congress Rd, Ypsilanti, MI, 48197).

Will lunch be provided?

Camp New Heights does not provide breakfast or lunch for campers. Parents/guardians are encouraged to pack a lunch for their children. All food must be able to be eaten cold.

What does my camper need to bring to camp?

Campers should bring a reusable water bottle (with their name on it), bug spray, sunscreen, lunch (optional), 2 snacks (optional), clothing appropriate for the weather, and backpack.

How are medications handled at camp?

Below is our procedure for handling medication(s) at camp.

  • Parents/guardians are expected to place medication(s) in a Ziploc bag with the child’s name, the name of medication, and dosage instructions (preferably left in its original bottle).
  • At check-in on Monday, staff collect the medication(s) from the parents/guardians and place them inside of our portable medication lockbox for safekeeping.
  • Medication(s) will be administered by the Health Officer or by a member of the Camp Leadership Team. EpiPens/Inhalers will be given to camp counselors in a portable lockbox for quick access in case of emergency but will be returned to the Camp Office at the end of the day.
  • Medication(s) will stay in the Camp Office until Friday (unless there are other arrangements made with the parents/guardians. On Friday afternoon, medication(s) will be available for pick-up at check out.

What do campers do on rainy days?

In the case of heavy rain/thunderstorms, campers head inside for fun in-group games, science experiments, crafts, reading, and gym activities.


Session 1: June 10-14
Session 2: June 17-18,20-21
Session 3: June 24-28
Session 4: July 1-3,5
Session 5: July 8-12
Session 6: July 15-19
Session 7: July 22-26
Session 8: July 29- August 2
Session 9: August 5-9
Session 10: August 12-16
Session 11: NO CAMP

Give the gift of camp

Do you know a child who could benefit from a scholarship to camp?

Every day, the Y works to ensure that everyone has the opporutnity to learn, grow and thrive. Through the generous support of donors, we provide scholarship assistance to give every kid the chance to experience camp.

Please consider making a tax-deductible charitable contribution to our Annual Campaign to help send a child to camp. When you give to the Y, you strengthen your community.


Please contact Kyla Hartwell, Assistant Director of Youth Development: Out of School Time, at or (734) 661-8012