Overnight Camp

For ages 7-16

Safe, tradition filled with everyday adventures, new campers easily join in with returnees.
A wide variety of activities are offered on a daily basis including: archery, crafts and water sports.


For ages 6-8

For ages 16 & 17

Add ons

  • Two Week Option  +$90 (Includes Stay over) ...Available at select times
  • Horseback Rides  +$12 ...ages 9+
  • Camp Photo  +$8 ...8x10

Discounts

  • YMCA Member - $25
  • Sibling - $80
  • Additional Sessions - $80

Focus

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Aquatics Camp

+$90 per camper

  • ages 10-16

Ropers & Wranglers

Available for all sessions, for campers who love horses or are maybe just curious to learn more about them. Join a beginning to mid level riding program where half of each day is spent on or around the horses. Plus, experience exclusive trail rides. Enjoy time in the saddle, learn proper care of tack, shovel horse poop! What could be better?

Aquatics Camp

Available in sessions 4 & 5. Each morning or afternoon brings a different aquatic focus such as stand up paddle boarding, kayaking, snorkeling in Turtle Bay and river canoeing. Enrollment is limited to ensure great instruction and maximum fun.

Pricing

Tier 1 - $625 (Families selecting this option will be helping Camp Pendalouan cover the increased costs of operating camp for their camper.)

Tier 2 - $595 (Families selecting this option will be paying the same full program fee as they would have paid in Summer 2020.)

(Financial Aid - click to see availability)

There are no upcoming events at this time.

Testimonials

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Gavin Muskegon, MI
“My son loved Pendalouan. He felt so included - a part of camp instantly.”
Frank Denver, CO
“My daughter grew up a little in the few days she was gone. It was amazing for her sense of independence, responsibility, and self esteem.”
Cheryl Holland, MI
“They love everything about it. The counselors are always awesome. They talk about it for days after they come home. They can hardly wait to go every year.”