Open House Camp Family Day is a great chance for new campers and parents to talk with staff and see the facilities firsthand, while camp alumni get to reunite and relive those summertime memories. Food and drinks will be available. Family Day activities include the camp tour, ropes course, archery and free swim. Reservations are not required. Sunday, April 27th from 2pm – 4pm. As always, we invite our Camp Alumni to join us on Open House days to share memories, pictures, t-shirts and enjoy time with family, friends and generations of Winonians.
Groups from 15 to 300 are welcomed at Camp Winona. We can do as much or as little as you like. Birthday parties, family reunion, team-building, paintball, High Ropes, Fishing, swimming, canoeing, Archery, Riflery, or just a quiet place for your family and friends to sit around a campfire and have smores. We would love to help you make that happen.
At the Y, we believe that all kids deserve the opportunity to discover who they are and what they can achieve. Our Resident Camp provides an exciting, safe community for young people to explore the outdoors, build self-esteem, develop interpersonal skills, create lasting friendships and make incredible memories.
Summer Camp 2014 Season is on its way. We will have a lot of campers that need some assistance in coming to Camp Winona. You may now go online and give to our Camperships! 100% of your donation will go to allow kids to come to camp that wouldn’t be able to come without your help. Every dollar counts! Make a difference in a kids life and help them come to camp Winona.
* Please make sure you select Camp Winona in the destination section.
Camp Winona Summer Staff
We will begin looking for 2014 summer camp staff in February!
Discover What You Can Be
Our Goals are to assist campers in learning by providing balanced growth in the following ways:
- To develop the responsibility for one’s self and others
- To nurture self-confidence, good habits and sound moral values.
- To promote an atmosphere which increases new interests and skills without fear or failure
- To develop in one’s life a respect for individual differences among all of God’s people and creations.
- To encourage good social skills through the experience of community living.
Everyone is welcome. The YMCA Resident Camp experience is for all boys and girls regardless of race, creed or national origin.
To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.