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YMCA Camp Hi-Rock

544 East StreetMt. Washington, MA 01258
Phone: (413) 528-1227Email: heather@camphirock.orgWebsite: Visit Website Google Map

OVERNIGHT CAMP DATES & RATES, campers ages 7-16

Two-Week Sessions

Session 1   June 25 – July 8

Session 2   July 9 – July 22

Session 3   July 23 – August 5

Session 4   August 6 – August 19

One Week Sessions

Session 1 Week A    June 25 – July 1

Session 1 Week B    July 2 – July 8

Session 4 Week A    August 6 – August 12

2023 OVERNIGHT CAMP FOR ALL RATES, tiers explained below

2 Week Rates

Tier 1 $2,545 

Tier 2 $2,210

Tier 3 $2,060

Tier 4 Financial Assistance

1 Week Rates

Tier 1 $1,470 

Tier 2 $1,275

Tier 3 $1,170

Tier 4 Financial Assistance

2023 BOLD & GOLD LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT EXPEDITIONS DATES & RATES 

Appalachian Trail Hiking Expeditions – Ages 12-15 (Entering grades 7-10)

July 9 – 15 (Week 2A) – Girls

July 23 – 29 (Week 3A) – Boys

August 6 – 12 (Week 4A) – Girls

August 6 – 12 (Week 4A) – Boys

Camp & Hike Expedition – Ages 11-13 (Entering grades 6-8)

July 9 – 15 (Week 2A) – All gender

July 23 – 29 (Week 3A) – All gender

Canoe Expeditions – Ages 12-16 (Entering grades 7-11)

July 16 – 22 (Week 2B) – Girls

July 30 – August 5 (Week 3B) – Boys

Canoe & Create Expedition – Ages 12-15 (Entering grades 7-10)

July 2 – 8 (Week 1B) – All gender

Adirondack Advanced Expeditions – Ages 13-17 (Entering grades 9-12)

July 16 – 22 (Week 2B) – All gender

2023 BOLD & GOLD FOR ALL RATES, Tiers explained below

Tier 1 $1,250

Tier 2 $1,080

Tier 3 $1,010

Tier 4 Financial Assistance

**TIERED PRICING EXPLAINED

Camp For All – Our YMCA understands families have different abilities to pay for summer camp. We are committed to making the life-changing experience of summer camp available to all. We have adopted a 4-tier pricing program for our summer overnight camp. Please consider the tier descriptions below and choose the tier that is most suitable for your family.  No proof of financial need is required for tiers 1 – 3. Your selection is confidential and will not affect your child’s experience at camp in any way.   

Tier 1- Most accurately reflects the true cost of camp including, but not limited to, general overhead, equipment and facility maintenance, capital improvements, and staffing. If you are able to pay this amount, please do so.  Tier 2- Reflects the basic cost of attending camp including food, staff, program supplies and limited maintenance expenses. This partially subsidized rate is made possible through the efforts of our hard-working volunteers and loyal donors.  

Tier 3- This tier is a more significantly subsidized rate for families whose children would not otherwise be able to attend camp. It is always our desire to partner with parents in providing a camp experience.  

Tier 4- Is offered to campers with demonstrated need who qualify for financial assistance through our Strong Kids Campership Program.