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June 26th-30th

9am-4:30pm Bus will leave promptly at 9am
Transportation to and from camp if needed (leave and return to 18th St. Y)
Daily admission to Y included with camp registration (during camp dates)

Help Your Child Have The

Best Summer Ever!!

Are you ready for an adventure? Join us for our first ever Outdoor Summer Camp! Children will have different activities they can choose to participate in plus free time to enjoy cooling off in the pool, play on the playground equipment, and show their skills with group games. Can’t make it there to pick your child up right away, no worries, each child will get a wrist band that allows them admittance to both Y’s for the rest of the day.

What are the True Benefits of
Summer Camp?

Attending a camp where no electronic devices are allowed gives children the chance to get out and be active, while meeting new people and making new friends. It is a way to introduce the outdoors and wildlife and hopefully fuel an interest that keeps growing. Children at Camp Eigenberg will learn skills that will last a lifetime such as fishing, archery, and kayaking in a safe environment. Our dedicated group of staff and volunteers have a true love for the outdoors that they want to share with youth in and around Hastings.


Archery/Shooting Instruction

Children will get the chance to try their skills with bows and arrows and BB Guns. Shooting instruction will be
provided by 4 Rivers Sportsman’s Club.

Water Activities

Relax on the water in a canoe, kayak, and paddleboat. Pond monsters not your taste? How about cooling off in a nice above ground pool?


If Fishing is your thing, bring your pole and try your hand to see what you can catch.

Nature Trails/ Hiking

Explore nature in its finest! Multiple nature trails waiting for you to come enjoy. Try your hand at a scavenger
hunt while your at it or maybe see if you can identify any of the Animal tracks you see.

Christian Devotionals

Each morning will start with a Christian devotion. All denominations/religions are welcome.

One Overnight Opportunity

On Thursday night, those choosing to participate will stay at the far (Bussing will run as normal for those not wanting to stay) and truly experience the outdoors. They will get the chance to sit around and enjoy a camp fire, with supper provided by the YMCA. Children will be bussed back to the YMCA at 12pm on Friday.

Arts/ Crafts

Children will get to show their creative side while having fun with arts and crafts.

The YMCA will provide:

  • A Healthy Snack every day
  • A backpack filled with a reusable

water bottle, sunscreen, and T-shirt


Things to bring Everyday:

  •  Sack lunch
  •  Closed Toed shoes only
  •  Swim Suit/Towel
  •  Bug Spray
  •  Fishing pole (optional)

Things to bring if attending final night

  •  Sleeping Bag/blankets/pillow
  •  Flashlight


Download and Print REGISTRATION FORM here.

Must complete HEALTH HISTORY FORM to participate.  Please fill out and return Mandi Powell at either Y location.

For more information please contact Mandi Powell at or 402-463-3139

Happy Camping!!