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YMCA of Greater Charlotte
YMCA of Greater Charlotte
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Experience traditional fun, 21st century learning or both when you create your own adventure on land

Two-week campers participate in six pre-selected land activities; 3 on A Day and 3 on B Day. Parents receive instructions for choosing land activities with their camper after completion of camp registration. Activities listed below may not be available during every session. One-week campers are assigned an assortment of activities.
  • Archery
  • Arts & Crafts      
  • Athletic Conditioning   
  • Backyard Games
  • Baseball    
  • Basketball          
  • Challenge Course
  • Cheerleading
  • Dance       
  • Digital Media      
  • Drama       
  • Fishing      
  • Flag Football      
  • Future Engineers
  • Geocaching / Orienteering
  • Guitar
  • Lacrosse
  • Outdoor Living Skills
  • Pottery      
  • Riflery
  • Soccer       
  • Softball
  • Tennis       
  • Ultimate Frisbee
  • Volleyball
Campers receive individualized land activity schedules. Each activity lasts one hour. During every session campers may switch up to 2 activities if there are open spots in other land activities. Campers communicate with their cabin counselor and land director to make a switch.
Don’t miss out on our add-on land activities which give campers more in-depth training. Find out more about Horseback Riding, Tennis Clinic and Paintball >>
We also offer a youth development program known as the “Achievement Through Leadership And Service” program, A.T.L.A.S., that is available to campers ages 13-15 as part of their normal land activity schedule. More details >> 
All our land staff are trained in CPR and First Aid. Staff also receives specialized training and instructional methods from professional organizations such as the Camp Archery Association, the National Rifle Association, Camp Horseman's Association, Association of Challenge Course Technology and the American Camping Association. Safety and quality instruction are paramount.