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Information coming soon!

Camps will be offered in Boulder, Lafayette, Longmont, Loveland, Berthoud, Johnstown and beyond. In addition to traditional day camp, some of our new and improved specialty camps will include Y Riders Cycling Camp, Thrill Seekers, Fine Arts, STEAMrollers, Sports Camp and a Counselor in Training Program for young teens. 

Details to be announced. See 2020 camp information below to get a sense of our offerings.

Join the Y this summer for a safe, enriching licensed day camp program. Campers will make tons of friends, disconnect from technology and thrive in a welcoming community. Based on CDC and state guidelines, this summer’s modified camp programs will focus on helping kids unplug, try new activities, learn new skills, enjoy tons of physical activity and bond with friends (yes, socially distanced bonds). Because we are not offering most of our specialty camps this summer, we will include aspects of our sports, STEAM and outdoor education camps into this well-rounded traditional day camp. Activities include camp songs and cheers, archery, sports and games, science fun, arts, crafts and humanities, and much more! Enthusiastic and well-trained staff will ensure a safe, healthy and super fun summer.

Part-time and full-time options available. All campers will be divided into small groups. We are required to maintain small group sizes, so space is limited.

We have received approval from our local Department of Public Health that we may offer swimming for our enrolled day camp kids. We will swim in small groups throughout the week. We ask that parents pack a swimsuit and towel (no towels will be provided) daily, as water play in the sprinkler or splash pad will also be available throughout the week.

Entering K-6th Grade

Held at the Longmont YMCA

Weekly, June 1-Aug 14

  • Pre-Camp Care: 7:30am-9:00am
  • Camp Activities: 9:00am-4:00pm
  • Post-Camp Care: 4:00pm-6:00pm

Full-time (4-5 days a week)

  • Member: $260
  • Non-member: $276

Part-time (1-3 days a week)

  • Member: $161
  • Non-member: $177

You must confirm your part-time days with your camp director.

The precautions we are taking to protect your family during COVID-19: 

  • Only curbside (outdoor) pick-up and drop-off will be permitted to limit the number of people entering the buildings. All parents must wear masks during drop-off and pick-up. It is very important that you allow additional time for drop-off every morning to allow for wellness checks. 
  • We will do wellness checks for all children at sign-in. A parent must sign off on symptoms within the last 48 hours. All campers will have their temperature recorded upon entry into the building. If a child has a temperature at or above 100.4 degrees or shows any signs or symptoms, per the local Department of Public Health, they will not be able to remain at camp and may be asked to quarantine before returning to camp.
  • Staff members are required to wear masks, per CDC guidelines, and children under 12 are recommended — but not required — to wear masks while at camp. Children 12 and up are required to wear masks.
  • Our staff members are doing frequent cleaning and disinfecting of all spaces and objects that are used during camp.
  • We will be on heightened alert for symptoms and enacting a more stringent sick policy to avoid having sick children or children with potential contagious symptoms in the program.
  • Campers will be kept in smaller groups spread out in more program areas to reduce proximity with others.
  • Increased frequency of hand-washing for staff and children throughout the day.
  • Please send your child with a refillable water bottle daily as the drinking fountains will not be permitted. 


slip-n-slide at longmont camp noco

Emergency Childcare

Session 1: May 26-29 (no camp May 25)

Visit our Emergency Childcare page to learn more.

Y World of Explorers

Session 2: June 1-5

We are traveling around the world in five days. All week-long campers will explore different cultures and countries through fun games, art projects and activities. We will also learn about new and global foods and even participate in the Y Summer Games. Campers will go for the gold and get tons of stamps in their Y passports. 

Creative Campers

Session 3: June 8-12

Let’s get artsy, shall we? Let’s paint, make and create. During this week, our campers celebrate their artistic skills and interests (and maybe even get a little messy, but don’t worry, it’s artistic expression). We will use our hands to create masterpieces with paint, chalk, clay and other raw materials. We’ll even add in some music. This week will be a work of art.


camp noco field trip to butterfly pavilion

Welcome to the Jungle

Session 4: June 15-19 

In the jungle, the mighty jungle, the campers play and explore. During this week of camp, we are going to the birds… and lions… and butterflies. Campers will spend the week enjoying animal-inspired activities and games. It’s gonna be wild!

Survival of the Fittest

Session 5: June 22-26

We are embracing our inner competitors for this week of team and individual challenges. We like to think of it as survival of the funnest (yes, we know that’s not a word) as we try out ninja warrior courses, Minute to Win It challenges, games and more. No matter a camper’s skills — whether it be brain, brawn or beyond — we will celebrate their individual strengths and their group successes.

camp noco bowling field trip

Islands of Adventure

Session 6: June 29-July 2 (no camp July 3)

Ahoy there, friends! Shiver me timbers… OK, you get the point. During this week of camp, we are going on a treasure hunt. Captain Blackbeard buried his booty at YMCA Camp Noco but has lost the map to reclaim it. We join forces to race against other pirates to find the lost treasure. Arrr you ready?

To Infinity and Beyond

Session 7: July 6-10

5, 4, 3, 2, 1… Blast off! This week is one small step for camp and one giant leap for camper-kind. We will put on our space suits and practice our moonwalk as we spend the week exploring deep space. Gaze at the stars, dive into the solar system and try to keep your boots firmly on the ground. It’s going to be a bumpy ride!

agriculture heritage museum

Weird Science

Session 8: July 13-17 

This will not be your traditional science camp! Campers will unlock the wacky world of science. This will be a fun way to explore all of the mysteries and secrets science has to offer. Their lab coats are sure to be messy.

The Magical World of Camp

Session 9: July 20-24

Hop on to the Hogwarts Express as we spend the week exploring the wizarding world of magic. We will get our wands ready to conjure up spell-binding good times with activities, games, science projects and presentations. Accio summer!

Ooey, Gooey, Sticky

Session 10: July 27-31

Campers will have a blast getting messy during this week of fun! Explore all things slimy, sticky, ooey and gooey. Have a passion for slime? This is a camp for you.

Summertime Favorites

Session 11: Aug 3-7

Campers will wrap up the summer with all their favorite activities. Kids will engage in traditional camp activities: archery, sports and games, arts and humanities and much more.

Aloha Summer

Session 12: Aug 10-14

Say goodbye to summer playing, hanging with friends and soaking in the sun.

Registration System

Register for summer camps online. If you create a new account in our online registration system using a different email address than what is on file with the Y, you will create a duplicate account and if you’re a member, you will not receive member rates.

Financial Assistance

Y financial assistance participants may register online after their financial assistance has been approved. CCAP participants may not register online but must use the online ePACT system for required medical and emergency contact information and policy agreements. CCAP participants must attend all days they are registered for. CCAP participants will be billed for unexcused absences.

Paper registration forms are available for CCAP participants and upon request. Contact the Business Office.

Financial Assistance


The YMCA of Northern Colorado uses ePACT, a secure emergency network that we use to collect medical and emergency contact information for camps, preschool and before and after school care. Once you’re set up in ePACT, you will only need to verify your child’s information once a year. 

Learn more about ePACT

Changes & Cancelations

All changes and cancels require two weeks advance notice. There are no refunds for missed days.

Change / Cancel Form


Read the parent handbook prior to attending camp to familiarize yourself with our policies.

Parent Handbook

Longmont YMCA

950 Lashley St, Longmont

Questions about this camp? Contact our camp staff.

303-664-5455 ext. 4293
Email Camp Staff

Questions about registration? Contact the Business Office.

303-664-5455 ext. 1295
Email the Business Office