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Yomi

Yomi

From the Upper East Side and convenient pickup locations throughout New York City to our beautiful 50-acre Rockland County campgrounds, 92Y Camps has more than 60 years’ experience helping campers explore new worlds, discover their passions and make lifelong friends.

Summer 2022 Camp dates:

Tuesday, June 28-Friday, August 19
Camp is closed Monday, July 4

  • Camp Yomi

    Grades K-4

    Our flagship day camp provides dozens of activities — athletic, artistic, and educational. A perennial top-of-mind summer experience for thousands of families.

    Yomi campers participate in a wide variety of activities including: two swims per day (one instructional swim and one free swim), a wide variety of sports programming and an impressive array of creative activities. Additionally, all our activities are designed to be age specific to properly foster the social and emotional development of each individual age group. From state-of-the-art facilities and interactive studios to thrill-seeking adventure courses, Yomi provides campers with an extraordinary summer camp experience filled with meaningful friendships, growth, excitement and countless memories.

    We encourage our campers to take safe risks, learn through trial and error, build creativity, and develop resilience - all in an atmosphere of warmth and fun.

    Camp Yomi 2021 Programming Calendar

    Camp Yomi Seniors

    Grades 5-6

    Camp Yomi Seniors is for children entering 5th and 6th grades. Yomi Seniors participates in the same activities as Yomi and also provides added specialties through our Major and Minor programs. Majors are an elective activity that campers get to do two times per week for a double period. Minors are similar, as they also take place two times per week, but these will change from week to week. Another difference is Thursdays are either trip or theme days for Yomi Seniors! Trip locations include: Splashdown Beach Waterpark, White-Water Rafting, and the much-anticipated Hershey Park and more! The last week at camp is spent on a 5-day, 4-night sleepaway experience on the grounds of Pinemere sleepaway camp in the Poconos!

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Intensives

Broaden your camper’s summer of fun and discovery with Zoom-In!, one week intensives focused on sports, and theater arts.

FAQs

What is special about Camp Yomi?

Our exciting calendar of events includes Wacky Wednesday theme days like Yomi Idol Day (think “on-stage talent show”), Carnival Day and Olympics. Campers incorporate science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) into their daily activities—creating a fun and educational experience. Younger campers experience “late nights” at the campground, complete with a late-afternoon swim, barbecue dinner and other special activities. Our older campers also enjoy overnights and a variety of elective options, including horseback riding*, theater, ceramics, tennis, martial arts, golf*, and more.

*For additional fees

How many children and staff are in a group

Camp Yomi is divided into five age-appropriate units, entering grades K-4, with 6-10 groups typically in a unit. Each group in Yomi is co-ed, has between 15-23 campers and two to five counselors, depending upon the age of the campers and the group size. Head counselors oversee two to three groups each. We always honor requests for campers to be placed with their friends.

What special programming do you offer older Yomi campers?

Two afternoons each week, third- and fourth-grade campers enjoy a specialized activity of their choice, called Yomi-lectives. The list of available Yomi-lectives is sent to families in the spring. We offer a variety of sports, arts and special interest electives.

What is Yomi Seniors?

Our Yomi Seniors program aspiration is to grow with your children, allowing 10-12 year-olds in single-sex groups to pursue their expanding interests while enjoying our vast campground. In addition to two daily swim** sessions and many group activity periods, Yomi Seniors enjoy field trips every other week; the opportunity to explore two subjects of interest with our Majors/Minors program**; two overnight camp sessions; and an end-of-summer, four-night sleepaway experience.

**Coed activities.

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One of the most flattering votes of confidence in our camp programs occur when you invite your friends to join us. You may earn rewards for your word-of-mouth referrals, as our way of saying “Thank you.”

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Scholarship Programs

We want to make our programs work for you! Need-based financial assistance for 92Y programs is available on a case-by-case basis, and we welcome your application.

Call 212.415.5699 or email Beth Teitelman for more information.

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For more information, email or call us at 212.415.5573.

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