Camp New Heights At the Ypsilanti Township Community Center (AGES 5-12)
Campers will have the opportunity to participate in an in-person day camp experience which includes weekly themes, theme-related activities and main activity areas including: arts & crafts, science experiments, team-building, silent reading time, nutrition lessons, enrichment activities, and more.
Location: Ypsilanti Township Community Center, 2025 East Clark Road, Ypsilanti, Michigan 48198
Schedule: Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm
Price: $125 per session with $10 deposit fee

Keeping participants, staff, and volunteers as safe as possible is our top priority. All in-person opportunities will abide by Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines and governmental recommendations and regulations.  It is safe to assume that all in-person opportunities will require Personal Protective Equipment and maintaining a safe distance (6 feet) from one another. Please stay tuned for updates on the Ann Arbor YMCA’s in-person protocols, policies, and procedures.

  • Session 4: July 6-10 Mystery Madness
  • Session 5: July 13-17 Around the World
  • Session 6: July 20-24 The Magical World of Disney
  • Session 7: July 27-31 Inventors’ Workshop
  • Session 8: August 3-7 Time Warp
  • Session 9: August 10-14 Super Hero Academy
  • Session 10: August 17-21 Game Show Mania

Online: Register by clicking on the green CAMP REGISTRATION button at the top of the page
By Phone: Membership Desk 734.996.9622 or Day Camp Registrar 734.661.8039

SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION: The Ann Arbor YMCA is an environment that is open and inclusive to all. To ensure that our summer camps and programs are accessible, scholarships and financial assistance are available to those who qualify. To apply for financial assistance for Ypsilanti Day Camps, please do during the registration process and indicate that you are a scholarship applicant when prompted.

For more information, please click here: Ypsilanti Day Camps Scholarship How-To Guide (2020) Please contact Melika Belhaj, Financial Assistance Coordinator, at for any questions.

The Y is a place where everyone belongs and can be themselves while engaging in new experiences, building new skills and making new friends. We are committed to providing youth with a safe and positive environment. Our well-rounded day camp programs are rooted in the YMCA core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility while being intentional about fostering friendships, a sense of accomplishment, and belonging for all. The Day Camp team is here to cultivate your camper’s curiosity and to encourage them to get outside of their comfort zones. We are dedicated to creating a space for youth to discover their passions and explore their potential.

Questions? Please contact Cara Easley, Day Camp and Youth Programs Assistant Director at