YWCA summer camps are state-licensed childcare centers authorized to operate during COVID-19.
YWCA Summer Camps aim to prevent “summer slide” by providing opportunities for children to have fun, educational and productive summers. Campers participate in a STEAM project-based curriculum designed to complement what they learned in school and prepare them for the coming year. Students engage in math games, science and engineering projects, playtime, creative projects, swimming, and more!
Not only will your child never be bored at YWCA Summer Camps, but they will also stay physically active and engaged all summer. We also provide nutritious, USDA-approved, meals and snacks. Our qualified staff are all CPR and First-Aid certified and trained in safety, supervision, decision making, and problem-solving. YWCA’s indoor summer camp at 10712 Sam Snead serves children ages 4-12 and the outdoor camp at 4400 Boy Scout Lane serves children ages 6-12. If you are looking for care for younger children, please visit one of our Early Learning Academies.
YWCA is following the American Academy of Pediatrics, CDC, City of El Paso, and Health and Human Services guidelines to keep our campers and team members as safe as possible during COVID-19. This includes taking the temperatures of anyone who enters our locations, requiring masks, increased sanitization, fewer children per staff member, hand-washing time, and more.
YWCA Summer Camp Details
To register, call the number listed under each location.
Now Accepting Online Registrations and Payments
Please note: If this is your first time registering or paying online for a YWCA Summer Camp, you must obtain login credentials from the camp director. You may contact the director based on your preferred camp