Youth Summer Camps 

At the YMCA of Metro Denver, our youth development philosophy is grounded in 150 years of lifting up kids and helping them reach their full potential. It's a philosophy centered on two critical factors: creating a unique sense of belonging and always incorporating the pure fun and joy of childhood.

Our everyone-belongs environment and relentless pursuit of fun come together to assure that youth of all ages thrive and grow, with each step, discover ways to contribute to the community. 

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Questions about Summer Camp at the YMCA? See our Frequently Asked Questions, or contact our Solution Center at or 720-524-2700. 

Find a Summer Camp Near You

Pathways to Summer Fun

There is a summer program for your child that matches their interest and activity level!

Summer Day Camp (Ages 5-14)

Developing well-rounded, confident kids through a balance of fun and educational weekly-themed curriculum and field trips that fuel connection and memory-making.
Camp Kids in the Sun

Specialty & STEAM Camp (Ages 5- 14)

Developing a deeper understanding of Art, STEM, Outdoor Adventure and International programs with twice-a-week enrichment activities that challenge creativity and interest.
summer camp STEM

Adventure Camp (Ages 11-14)

Fostering a love of our planet and adventure, kids will try new things and test their limits in fun activities that promote environmental stewardship.
adventure camp ymca

Sports Camp (Ages 6-12)

Focusing on the complete athlete by introducing various sports – basketball, lacrosse, volleyball and multi-sports and more – to improve overall sports I.Q.
ymca soccer

Swim Lessons (Ages 6 mo - Adult)

Introducing youth to the joy of swimming, developing a life-long appreciation for the sport and a healthy respect for water safety.
Kids Learning to Swim

Overnight Camps

Our sister Colorado YMCA's offer overnight camp options across the state.
Overnight camp fire