2020 Dates and Rates:
For over 100 years Camp Crosley has offered exciting, values based camping for boys and girls ages 6 – 15. Campers enjoy our waterfront that includes tubing, sailing*, water-skiing*, paddle boards, log rolling, kayaking, and of course, who can forget the H2WhoaZone?! We also offer archery, Music Fusion, soccer, horseback riding*, tennis, high ropes, arts and crafts, Giant Swing, and minibikes*, just to name a few. To learn more about our specific camp/age group offerings, please follow the links provided on the the right side of this page. Click here to see a list of Skills Clinics and a Daily Schedule..
Overnight Camp (ages 7-15)
|Week 1||June 7-13||FULL|
|Week 2||June 14-19||FULL|
|Week 3||June 21-27||$640|
|Week 4||June 28-July 4||$640|
|Week 5||July 5- July 11||$640|
|Week 6||July 12-July 18||$640|
|Week 7||July 19-July 25||$640|
|Week 8||July 26-August 1||$640|
|Week 9||August 2-August 8||$640|
|Water-skiing/Wakeboarding (ages 9-15)||$130|
|Mini-Bikes (ages 11-15)||$120|
|Horseback Riding (ages 9-15)||$120|
|Sailing (ages 10-15)||$75|
|Scuba (ages 10-15)||$75|
|Stay Over Fees||$75|
|YMCA Membership Fee|
|YMCA Membership Fee|
Mini-Camp (ages 6-8)
|MC1||June 28-July 1||$335|
|MC2||July 5-July 8||$335|
|MC3||July 12-July 15||$335|
|MC4||July 19-July 22||$335|
|MC5||July 26-July 29||$335|
LIT Camp (ages 16-17)
|Session 1 (Weeks 3 & 4)||June 21- July 4||$900|
|Session 2 (Weeks 6 & 7)||July 12- July 25||$900|
*Note: Must fill out an application and complete an interview.
CIT Camp (ages 17-18)
|Session 1 (Week 2)||June 14-June 19||$225|
|Session 2 (Week5)||July 5-July11||$225|
|Session 3 (Week 8)||July 26-August 1||$225|
|Session 4 (Week 9)||August 2-August 9||$225|
CIT is open only to those who have completed our LIT program and is by invitation only.
Day Camp (ages 6-10)
|DC2||June 29 -July 3||$150|
|DC3||July 6-July 10||$150|
|DC4||July 13-July 18||$150|
|DC5||July 20-July 24||$150|
|DC6||July 27- July 31||$150|
Parents, your camper can come to camp can knowing he or she is safe in a Christian environment that supports and accepts him/her. Camp is the place to make new friends and meet up again with the old. Cabins are made up of campers who are within one year of age of each other and a camper can request to be put with a friend. At least two trained counselors are in a cabin with 10-12 campers.
Cabin Mate Request: Only one camper may be requested. Must be no more than one year apart in age, and they must request each other.
Once again this year we are using the service, Funfangle, to manage store purchases. In May you will receive an email directly from them to set up your camper’s store account. We suggest a deposit of $30 (1 week) or $50 (2 weeks). Snacks cost $1 for candy (limited to two per day) and $2 for a drink. Store items range from $1-$40 and include stickers, patches, Mudlove bracelets, Crosley apparel, stuffed animals and other small items. The Snack Shack is open daily at the Whoa Zone during swim time, and campers will visit the Compass Store once a week with their cabin. (This includes Mini Camp and Day Camp campers.) The Compass Store is also open during Check In on Sunday and Check Out on Saturday where we accept cash, check, Discover, Mastercard and Visa. During Check In, you can purchase items that we will deliver to your camper during the week if you wish. We ask NO cash be sent with campers during the week and, instead use Funfangle where you will have more control over each camper’s accounts.