SUMMER CAMP RESOURCE PAGE
Here you will find information regarding topics that are our most frequently asked questions regarding Peninsula Family YMCA Summer Camp. Please see the Parent Handbook for other questions you may have or contact one of our Camp Leadership Staff.
Camp takes place right next door to our YMCA on the back field of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, 4425 Valeta St. San Diego, CA 92107. Please, plan on parking in the Church lot and walking your camper onto the lot to sign-in. Our information center will be at the entrance of our camp space, but all registrations and transfers take place inside the main YMCA facility.
Balance Due Dates
PAYMENT IN FULL is due 1 week (7 days) prior to the start of each camp session or your child will be dropped from the roster and you will forfeit your deposit. If you choose to re-register your child for camp, you’ll need to pay the full fee for a camp if you’re paying within 6 days of it’s first meeting.
Y Voucher and Refund Policy
Before the start date of the camp, 100% of the camp fee, less the deposit and vendor fee, may be requested for a refund or Y voucher. After the first meeting of camp, 75% of the camp fee, less the deposit and vendor fee, may be requested. After the second day of camp, no Y vouchers or refunds will be processed. There will be no Y vouchers or refunds for missed or sick days of camp without a doctor’s note. Y vouchers do not expire and maybe used for any YMCA program or membership.
Camp registrations are transferable to another camp up to the second day of the program IF space permits. The difference in camp fees must be paid at the time of the transfer and, if requested within 7 days of the camps first meeting, a late fee will be assessed. Camps paid with just the deposit are fully transferable to another camp if a transfer request is submitted 7 days prior to the start date of each camp. If a transfer request is not submitted in writing, the camper will be dropped from the roster and the deposit will be forfeited. All transfers are subject to availability
There will be no grade exceptions. Camps are designed with curriculum and programming for campers of a certain age. Campers must going into the indicated grade the first day of the camp that week.
What should my camper bring to camp?
All campers must bring their own lunch and drink to camp daily (except when noted in the camp schedule). Please send only non-perishable foods because refrigeration is not possible. You will also want to pack a small snack; most of our camps take time in the morning for snacks. Campers should also bring their own water bottle to stay hydrated during the day. In addition to water, a drink, a lunch, and a snack, it is recommended to send your child to camp with a backpack to keep all their belongings together. Don’t forget protection from the sun for camps at the beach (a t-shirt) and sunscreen and a sweatshirt for campers who may get cold. If your camper is swimming, don’t forget a swim suit and a towel. Please put your camper’s name on all belongings.
Summer Camp Leadership
Your Peninsula Family YMCA Camp staff is excited for the opportunity to provide your camper with summer memories that
will last a lifetime.
If you have any questions about our program, feel free to give us a call at 619 226 8888.
Pam Meza Camp Director
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