Our family camps are designed to build strong families through shared adventures and time spent together outdoors. Open our Family Camps Guide for more information on lodging, meals and available activities.

Explore 2017 family camps below and register today.

(NEW) Summer Family Camp: Sunday, 6/25-Wednesday, 6/28

Summer isn't just for children at Camp Wood YMCA! Your family is invited to join us for three nights and three days to experience the wonder of summer camp together. 

(NEW) Freestyle Family Camp: Choose dates between 7/10-7/15

Do you want to attend family camp but need a more flexible schedule? Freestyle Family Camp is designed so you can select between two to five nights of camp to suit your schedule. Freestyle Family Camp takes place at the same time as our regular summer camps, so you'll get a glimpse of the traditional camp experience in addition to the family camp experience.

Labor Day Family Camp: Friday, 9/1 - Monday, 9/4

This family camp has been a favorite family getaway for years. Join us to play, relax and reconnect as a family over the three-day holiday weekend.

Harvest Family Camp: Friday, 10/27-Sunday, 10/29

This family camp debuted in 2016 and was a huge hit. Join us for a two-night weekend camp next fall as the Flint Hills take on their autumn colors and the nights become perfect for gathering around a campfire.

Each camp has a variety of lodging options, which are available on a first-come, first-served basis. You may submit your family's registration form via email to Katey at events@campwood.org, mail it to Camp Wood YMCA at the address on the form or you may call us at (620) 273-8641 to reserve your space today. A deposit of 25% (payable via check or credit card) is required to register.  

Can't make it to any of our weekend family camps? You can still rent a cabin and stay at Camp Wood YMCA during the non-summer months. Explore our lodging options and give us a call at (620) 273-8641 to reserve your place today.

Camp Wood Family Camp has been a tremendous part of our lives. We attended for the first time when my daughters were only 3 and 5 years old (they will be 16 and 18 in a few months!). Attending Family Camp made it a seamless transition to their own summer camp experiences and now they truly consider Camp Wood their ‘second home’. Camp Wood will always be one of the significant memories I have with my children.
— Allison Smith