Camping, like many Y programs, is about learning skills, developing character and making friends. But few environments are as special as Camp Immokalee, our resident camp, where kids become a community as they learn both how to be more independent and how to contribute to a group as they engage in physical, social and educational activities.
Registration Begins: March 1, 2017
Dates: June 11 – August 4
Cost (per week): Members $530 / Non-member $582
Deposit: $150 per camper
Paintball: $75 (ages 10 & older)
Horses: $150 (limits/restrictions apply)
Friday / Saturday Night Stayover & Saturday Night Trip: $160 add on
Need for Speed
This week we will incorporate “speed” into our activities! Children can create their own derby car and race it at the end of the week; we will learn what makes certain objects go faster or slower; we will be doing foot races, sack races, and more.
WEEK 2 SPACES HAVE BEEN FILLED
Wacky, Wet & Wild Water Warz
This week is all about water! Shoot water balloons at archery or BB’s; lots of pool time; sneak up on your favorite counselor with a water pistol; and much more!
Space: The Final Frontier
Have you ever wondered what else is out there? Let’s take a look at the stars, the constellations, and see what we can find.
Each cabin will team up with one other cabin, be assigned (before arrival) a team color, and compete all week in fun activities to earn the Immokalee Color Warz team bragging rights!
The Magic of Film: Lights! Camera! Action!
Let’s explore the world of film, from acting to directing, camera work to editing. Who knows? Perhaps the next Ron Howard or Chris Rock is amongst us now!
The past comes alive at Camp Immokalee when member of the Society for Creative Anachronism join our campers to demonstrate and teach about life in the middle ages! Learn chain mail work, calligraphy, watch sword fighting demonstrations – it’s all here!
WEEK 7 SPACES HAVE BEEN FILLED
Color Warz! Round 2
It was so much fun in week 4 that we just had to do it again!
Celebrate the diversity of our planet! Each cabin will be assigned a country from around the world. We will do some international cooking, play games from different countries, and maybe even learn a few words in a new language!
June 17 – Ichetucknee State Park/Tubing
Must be registered for weeks 1 & 2
July 1 – Kennedy Space Center
Must be registered for weeks 3 & 4
July 15 – Universal Studios
Must be registered for weeks 5 & 6
July 29 – Sea World
Must be registered for weeks 7 & 8
Learn all about Camp Immokalee in our Parent Handbook, including how to help your child prepare, payment information, a look into a day at Camp Immokalee, check-in and check-out procedures, cabin assignments, how to keep in touch, and more!
Please send all registration forms to this address:
Camp Immokalee Business Office
6765 Immokalee Road
Keystone Heights, FL 32656
Financial assistance is available for those who qualify.