Camp Treetown

Out-of-School Time Day Camp INformation coming soon

Summer Camp registration opens Sunday, February 11th, 2024 for members and  Wednesday, February 14th, 2024 for non-members.

Welcome to Camp Treetown

The Y is a place where everyone belongs and can be themselves while engaging in new experiences, strengthening character, building new skills and making friends.

Our well-rounded day camp programs are rooted in the YMCA core values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility while being intentional about fostering relationships, a sense of accomplishment, and belonging for all.

We are committed to providing youth with a positive environment that prioritizes safety and promotes participants to lead with empathy, build healthy relationships, effectively manage emotions, take responsibility for actions, and develop achievable goals.

The Ann Arbor YMCA Day Camp Team is here to cultivate your camper’s character, curiosity, and creativity to discover their passions and explore their potential.

Great summers start here!


400 W Washington Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48103


(Full Day) Monday-Friday 8:15 am-4:45 pm
(Half Day) Monday-Friday 8:15 am – 12:45pm

How to Register



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


Safety at camp during covid-19 pandemic

Safety of participants, staff, and volunteers is our top priority. All in-person opportunities will abide by Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines and governmental recommendations and regulations. Camp groups will be reduced in capacity to provide additional space in any indoor areas. All camp activities will be modified to minimize the necessity for close physical interactions. It is safe to assume that all in-person opportunities will require staff and campers to wear Personal Protective Equipment and to maintain a safe distance (6 feet) from one another whenever it is possible to do so.

Refund and transfer policy

At the time of registration, a deposit is due for each session for which the camper is registering. If we’re unable to move forward this summer as scheduled due to a government mandate, then all program fees and deposits will be refunded. Up to three weeks before the beginning of the specific camp session, all funds, less the deposit, are refundable and transferable within other day camp programs as space allows. This includes camp balance dues. Within three weeks of the beginning of the specific camp session, all funds are non-refundable and non-transferable to a balance due or to a new registration. If a camper, without notice, does not attend a session for which they are registered, there will be no refund issued. In cases of homesickness, dismissal, or voluntary withdrawal, there will be no refund of any fees.

Will there be swimming?

Campers attending Kidventure, Whiz Kids, and the Teen Experience will swim once a week.

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 a 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.

2023-2024 Out of School Time Camp Dates

October 13th
October 16th
October 31st (Early Release)
November 7th
November 22nd
December 6th
December 26th-29th
January 2nd-5th
January 15th
January 31st
February 16th
February 19th-20th
March 6th
March 25th-29th
April 10th
May 5th
May 15th

2024 Day Camp Dates

Session 1: NO CAMP
Session 2: June 17-18,20-21 *CLOSED FOR JUNETEENTH
Session 3: June 24-28
Session 4: July 1-3, 5 *CLOSED FOR FOURTH OF JULY
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: August 19-23

Why the Y?

Goals for Y Campers

  • Create new friendships and experience a sense of belonging
  • Engage in a wide variety of activities that inspire creativity, critical thinking and a lifelong commitment to learning
  • Develop meaningful relationships with caring adults
  • Serve as a part of a team
  • Set and achieve personal goals

Five Reasons to attend Y Day Camp programs

  1. Have fun staying active while playing games
  2. Make new friends
  3. Engage with caring staff and volunteers
  4. Develop new skills by trying challenging activities
  5. Enhance physical, social-emotional, and cognitive abilities
Camp counselor with a mega phone

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.


Email us at or call (734) 661-8009