A summer of discovery.

During their week, campers experience more than just the activities, they experience their troubles and insecurities washing away. They feel a sense of belonging and camaraderie when traveling with their cabin, and discover things about themselves they never knew before. In our exciting, intentional, safe and nurturing camp environment, youth learn the importance of good character all while making lasting friendships and memories.

Choose your own adventure.

Overnight Camp

Entering Grades 4th – 11th

Overnight Camps at YMCA Camp Copneconic are where memories are made… along with self-confidence and independence.  Campers will create lasting friendships through activities that may include zip-lining, paddle boarding, kayaking, inflatable water toys, archery and so much more! Campers will unplug from technology and reconnect with  nature, participating in a variety of traditional camp activities during each of our 4 one-week sessions!

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Gluten Free Camp

Entering Grades 4th – 11th

Session 4 of Overnight Camp – August 13-18, 2023

Note – When registering, please add Gluten Free in your campers cabinmate request section. This will help to us ensure they’re housed with other campers with shared life experiences.

This overnight camp gives gluten-sensitive children the transformational camp experience they’ve been looking for. They’ll make memories to last a lifetime among kids with similar experiences to their own. All the while parents can enjoy peace of mind knowing that their camper’s dietary needs are managed by our exceptional food service team in our state of the art kitchen.

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Counselor In Training (CIT) Camp

Entering 12th Grade

The CIT Program provides a unique learning opportunity to campers who are aspiring to become camp counselors or future leaders. The program is a two-week experience that includes a two-day camping trip focused on establishing expectations, teambuilding, and leadership. CITs then return to camp for interactive workshops on camper management, communication skills, and leading activities. During week two of the program, CITs put their training into action as they shadow and assist counselors with an assigned cabin group.

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