When School is out, the Y is in!

Looking for childcare for your kids during school holidays? The Arlington-Mansfield Area YMCA offers fun-filled days of activities, games, physical activity, and enrichment to keep your kids busy and safe during their time off.

Are you looking for ways to keep your school-age kids busy during the upcoming holiday breaks?

The Arlington-Mansfield Area YMCA provides fun-filled days of activities, games, physical activity, and enrichment to keep your kids busy and safe during their time off. We offer different camps throughout the year from traditional to specialty. Your camper will have a great time at one of our year-round camp locations.

Traditional Camps:

Holiday-themed crafts, snacks, games and social skills. These ultra-spirited, year-round camps options are filled with BIG themes, BIG ideas, and BIG FUN! Campers will enjoy crazy activities that provide camp fun each and every day. Traditional camps are offered on student/staff holidays throughout the school year.

Times: 8:00AM – 4:30PM
Locations: Central YMCA, 2200 S. Davis Drive, Arlington, TX 76013 and
Fellowship Academy, 1021 N. Bowman Springs Road, Kennedale, TX 76060
Prices per day: Starting at $25 for Members • Starting at $35 for Non-Members

Specialty Camps:

These holiday camps offer a variety of age-appropriate camps including Ice Skating, LEGO Builders, Laser Tag, Park Hoppers, Basketball, Animal Explorers and more. Specialty camps are offered during Thanksgiving, Christmas and Spring breaks.

Times: 8:00AM – 4:30PM
Locations: Central YMCA, 2200 S. Davis Drive, Arlington, TX 76013 and
Fellowship Academy, 1021 N. Bowman Springs Road, Kennedale, TX 76060
Prices per week: Starting at $102 for Members • Starting at $126 for Non-Members

Before care (beginning at 6:30 AM) and after care (last until 6:30 PM) is provided for an additional fee

For more information on Year-round Camps, please contact:

Vanessa Crivello, Business Manager, Youth Engagement Services
Email Vanessa or Call 817.989.9629 ext. 5500

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