For your development
For healthy living
For social responsibility
Led by trained instructors, youth work on developing confidence, teamwork and cooperation. The course includes logs, swings, tires, ropes and cables, with both high and low elements. The course is inspected and certified annually.
With 2 pools and Lake Tispaquin waterfront, campers will take part in recreational swim and boating activities. All activities are closely monitored by trained lifeguards and counselors.
Certified staff teach basic skills and proper safety procedures.
A variety of exciting projects are planned and may include tie-dying, gimp and much more.
Emphasis is on active participation and includes basketball, soccer, t-ball four square and many others.
Activities that nurture their curiosity, inspire creativity and teach them how to succeed.
Yes! We typically mail our brochures to past campers at the start of the camp season year and have copies in our local branch. Digital copies will be uploaded once they are complete.
Yes! We currently offer several routes for surrounding areas to help get your kids to camp for a fee. Looking for our bus routes? Bus schedules will be uploaded digitally once complete.
Yes! We typically email out a parent handbook to all registered camp families prior to your week of camp. We also offer a virtual version of our parent hand book.
Yes! We typically make a summer theme calendar to help keep you and your camper up to date with our themes so your outfit matches if your child would like to participate. You can also find our calendar online once it's complete.
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Yes! We have a camper change form which once complete, should be emailed to our staff.
While we do update our pricing yearly, a traditional week at camp costs $265 for members and $315 for non-members per week. While this is the typical cost, we do occasionally offer additional services which may change the price like specialty camps, after care, before care, and transportation.
We are licensed through the department of public health. This camp must comply with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and be licensed by the local board of health.
Here in Middleboro, we are becoming increasingly excited to celebrate our 100th summer at Camp Yomechas! As we reach this momentous occasion, we are calling on all camp alumni to share your stories of what camp Yomechas has meant to you over the years.