Our Classes & Programs


registration for 2024 summer camp is closed

Registration for our summer camp program is closed at this time. Registration for our 2025 program will begin April 2025. 

Summer camp at the Y provides action-packed days of laughter, friendship, and physical activity. Kids ages 6 through 11 years can take part in one or more of our weekly camps that run June 10th through August 2nd. 


  1. Review the Camp Handbook: Familiarize yourself with the guidelines and policies outlined in the camp handbook

  2. Register Online or In Person: You can register your child online through the YMCA website or visit the YMCA in person to complete a registration form. 

  3. Pay Registration Fee and Deposit: There is a $15.00 registration fee, which includes one camp t-shirt. Additionally, a $25.00 deposit per week of camp is required. You can make this payment at the time of registration either online or in person.

  4. Submit Well-Child Visit Report and Vaccine Records: E-mail a copy of your child's most recent well-child visit report and vaccine records to the YMCA or drop them off at the YMCA front desk. 

  5. Attend Open House in May: Attend the open house scheduled for May (date TBA). This will give you an opportunity to meet the summer counselors who will be supervising camp activities. You can also pick up your camp packet, which will include schedules and any additional information you may need.

By following these steps, you can ensure that your child is registered and ready for an exciting summer at the YMCA camp!


Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. 2000d et seq. ("Title VI") Title VI prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, or national origin in any program or activity that receives Federal funds or other Federal financial assistance. At the Elkins-Randolph County Y, strengthening community is our cause. Every day, we work side-by-side with our neighbors to make sure that everyone, regardless of ability, age, cultural background, ethnicity, faith, gender, gender identity, income, race, or sexual orientation has the opportunity to reach their potential through participation in quality programs, classes and activities that will help enhance their lives. 

Mandated Reporter

As part of our dedication to child safety, we want to emphasize our role as mandated reporters for suspected child abuse. Mandated reporting is a legal requirement that obligates certain individuals and organizations, including the YMCA, to report suspected child abuse or neglect to the appropriate authorities.

What does this mean for you and your child? It means that if any staff member or volunteer at our YMCA has reasonable cause to believe that a child is being abused or neglected, they are obligated by law to report it to the proper authorities. This reporting is not only a legal obligation but also a moral and ethical responsibility that we take very seriously.

We want every child who walks through our doors to feel safe, supported, and empowered to reach their full potential. By being vigilant and proactive in our commitment to child safety, we strive to create a community where children can flourish free from harm.