YMCA Camp Twin Lakes offers an action-packed, adventure-filled summer experience focused on the simple joys of being a kid. Campers will have fun swimming, hiking, slip-and-sliding, playing team sports and much more. Located on a 55-acre county park in Cedar Park, kids can enjoy a variety of both water and land activities every day.
You can enroll your kids and teens in week-long day camps or overnight camps. All are designed to help children and teens make friends, acquire new skills, develop values and create memories that will last a lifetime.
All activities at Camp Twin Lakes are led by trained staff members who always have your child’s well-being at heart. For example, all water sports are led by YMCA-certified lifeguards and trained support staff, while the high ropes course is supervised by our high-ropes-certified staff.
–> Day Camps: You’ll find new themes each week for day campers, available to kids in K-9th grades. Camps are held from 9 a.m. – 4:15 p.m. with additional hours available. If you register before March 19, weekly rates are: $188 for Y Members, $220 for non-Members. There’s also plenty of fun “ad-on” options such as sewing, paintball, “top chef” cooking, wood craft, and more.
Another Day Camp offering is “Super Camp” for kids in 5th through 9th grades. This camp takes place from 8am–4:15 p.m. and has a more energized focus with activities including Zip Line, Paintball, Giant Swing, Aqua Park and more all day, every day! The cost for this camp (before March 19) is $254 for YMCA Members and $284 for non-Members.
–> Mini Overnight Camps: Perfect for campers who are new to the sleep-away experience, there’s a three day program for ages 6-13 that offers the ideal introduction to overnight camping. This camp costs $375 for Y Members; $399 for non-Members and is offered on these dates:
- June 6–8 – Super Hero
- July 1–3 – Red, White & Blue
- July 5–7 – Red, White & Blue
With so many camps, and so many activities, you’ll want to visit the YMCA Camp Twin Lakes website to get all the details and register online. You can check out their Facebook page for photos and more to get your kids excited about summer camp.