Let’s go to summer camp!

Welcome to the 2019, FIRST ANNUAL edition of the let’s go mommy Summer Camp Guide! Figuring out childcare for your kids for the summer and how to keep them occupied, busy and challenged is a struggle many parents face. There are lots of summer camp options in the Green Bay area and it can be hard to narrow it down and be aware of all the options and know what they offer. Let’s go mommy is trying to make that process a little easier for parents by listing some of those options and the info about them in the “let’s go to summer camp guide”.

This guide only includes paid listings from area businesses. That means you are getting the most accurate information from the businesses that choose to be a part of the “let’s go to summer camp guide”. By being listed here they are also supporting let’s go mommy and all the helpful resources it provides for parents. If you inquire or enroll in a camp after seeing it here, please let them know you saw their listing on let’s go mommy! Pricing is subject to change, so please confirm pricing if you call to inquire about a camp. Listings are alphabetical along with their address(es), a Google Maps link and a description of what they offer. Listings may be added on an ongoing basis, so be sure to check back!

“No Bummer Summer” Camps at Air Force Gymnastics


“No Bummer Summer” camps are tons of fun! Choose from half or full day options. Join us in the morning for a structured gymnastics lesson, bounce house, open gym, games and crafts. During the afternoon enjoy more structured gym time, ninja obstacle courses, games, a movie and open gym! Each week has a fun theme to keep things fresh. We offer flexible enrollment options so you can sign up for just one half day (morning or afternoon) or for the whole summer!

Ages Accepted: 4+

Date and time options:
Monday-Friday, Mornings (9AM-12:30PM) and/or Afternoons (12:30PM-4PM)
June 24th-August 23rd
Ninja Warrior Week: 6/24-28
Celebrate America Week: 7/1-5 (no camp 7/4)
Decades Week: 7/8-12
Ninja Warrior Week, the Sequel: 7/15-19
Christmas in July Week: 7/22-26
Princesses & Super Heroes Week: 7/29-8/2
Sports Extravaganza Week: 8/5-9
Under the Sea Week: 8/12-16
Ninja Warrior Week Returns: 8/19-23

Number of Campers Accepted: Up to 30 kids per camp. Staff to camper ratio is 1:10.

Cost: Half Day $15, Full Day $30, Half Day/Full Week $75, Full day/Full Week $120. Additional siblings from same family get 20% discount.

Important Dates: Enrollment is now open and will remain open until camps fill!

Good to know: For morning camps, kids should bring a snack. For afternoon camps, kids should bring a lunch. $15 non-refundable deposit per week required upon registration. Early drop-off at 8AM and late pick-up at 5PM is available for $5 per child with advanced notice.

Make it a “No Bummer Summer” and join us for fun days full of gymnastics, open gyms, games, crafts, friends and fun! Register online here or call 920-246-4038 with any questions.

969 N Military Ave
Green Bay, WI 54303
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Camp GBBG at Green Bay Botanical Garden


Camp GBBG offers one-day, two-day and weeklong camp options this summer filled with nature-themed games, crafts and unforgettable adventures. These fun, outdoor experiences give kids a variety of activities that utilize the unique landscapes at the Garden. Be ready to dig in the dirt and connect with the wonders of the natural world! Or, if your child is musically inclined, check out the NEW Music & Nature in Harmony camp!

Ages Accepted: 6-12 (up to age 16 for music camp)

Date and time options:
One-Day Camps (9:30AM-3:30PM)
Butterfly Biologist: 6/24, 6/26, 7/16, 7/17
Storybook Adventure/The Lorax: 8/14, 8/15
KIDchen Camp with 416 Cuisine: 6/20, 7/9

Two-Day Camps (9:30AM-3:30PM)
KIDchen Camp with 416 Cuisine: 6/18-19 or 7/23-24

Weeklong Camps (9:30AM-12PM)
Outdoor Adventures: 7/29-8/2, 8/5-8/9

Specialized Music Camp (9AM-3PM)
Music & Nature in Harmony: 8/12-8/15
Explore music centered around nature and beauty. Learn to understand your individual voice, how your sound is created, ways to keep your voice healthy and the role of one voice in a choir of many. Take inspiration from the Garden as you sing songs that reflect harmony in nature. Lessons will build upon each other daily with a final performance at the Sanimax Concert series on 8/15 at 6PM, opening for John Kelley and the Fusion Express Orchestra. Presented in partnership with Studio 12; prior vocal experience in choir or other preferred. $150 for garden members, $175 for non-members.

Number of Campers Accepted: Minimum of 6, maximum of 16 per camp. Staff to camper ratio is based on enrollment.

Cost: Camp GBBG fees range from $35-$130 per child depending on program; ($275 for Music & Nature in Harmony camp).

Important Dates: Registration deadlines are one week prior to camp start date.

Good to know: For more info about Camp GBBG, visit the website or contact Children & Family Educator, Kelle Hartman at 920-491-3691 (ext 107) or via email at khartman@gbbg.org. Kids bring their own bag lunch for full day camps. Camps may be cancelled if there is low early enrollment.

Don’t delay! Register early as camps may fill quickly! Register online here or call 920-490-9457 with any questions or to reserve your spot.

2600 Larsen Rd
Green Bay, WI 54303
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Fusion Athletics


Don’t let summer boredom set in! We have 12 different day camp options to ensure this is the best summer yet! Theme options include Ninja, Nerf, Cheer & Dance, Unicorn, LOL Surprise and Fortnite.

Ages Accepted: 5-12 (4-12 for Unicorn Camp)

Date and time options:
Various Dates, 9AM-3PM
Warrior Wars Ninja Day Camp: 6/18, 7/18 and/or 8/6
LOL Surprise Day Camp: 6/19
Nerf Day Camp: 6/20 and/or 8/8
Fortnite Day Camp: 7/16
Unicorn Day Camp: 7/17
Cheer & Dance Day Camp: 8/7

Number of Campers Accepted: Up to 50 campers accepted for each day camp. Staff to camper ratio of 1:12.

Cost: $35 per child, per day.

Important Dates: Registration is now open and will remain open until all camps are full.

Good to know: Kids need to bring their own bag lunch.

Reserve your spot now at fusionathleticsgb.com and select “event registration” to find the camp you’re looking for!

999 Ashwaubenon St
Green Bay, WI 54304
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Heritage Hill Day Camp


Let your child experience one of the unique, historical day camps at Heritage Hill this summer! Choose from 5 different day camps where kids will have fun adventures as they travel back in time and learn. Sign up for just one or all five!

Ages Accepted: 6-12

Date and time options:
Daily 7/15-19 , 9AM-3PM
Adventure Heritage Hill: 7/15

If your child has never attended a day camp at Heritage Hill, this camp is a good way to start. Participate in some popular activities as you adventure through the park. Campers will do fun projects such as making prints on a historic printing press, doing scavenger hunts, playing historic games, and more! Register here.
Childhood through the Years: 7/16
This camp is all about how kids had fun in the past! Campers will learn what school was like in the past, do crafts, put out an imaginary fire, and more! Register here.
Life of Laura: 7/17
Experience life as it was during Laura and Almanzo’s time by taking part in activities from the Little House books. Meet our farm animals, churn butter, play county fair games like Almanzo, and much more! Register here.
Military History: 7/18
Be mustered into the army at a frontier military post and learn what life was like for soldiers in the 1830s! March, make and eat hardtack, and even do an egg hunt in this fun, interactive camp. Register here.
Antique Science: 7/19
In this camp, children will become scientists, just like the ones they look up to. How does the blacksmith get the metal to bend? Why does popcorn pop? Why do we have animals on the farm? Campers will explore all of these questions and more! Shhhh – don’t tell them they’ll be learning! Register here.

Number of Campers Accepted: Up to 20 campers accepted for each day camp. Staff to camper ratio of about 1:7.

Cost: $20 per child, per day.

Important Dates: Registration is now open; the last day to register is July 7th.

Good to know: Each camp must be registered for separately. Registration is not complete until registration form is completed and mailed in advance or brought the day of. Sign up for all 5 camps and receive a free child’s day pass for use during the summer of 2019 (limit 1 per child, per season). Kids need to bring their own bag lunch along with a snack and water bottle. Check-in is from 8:45-9; camp will begin promptly at 9. Pick-up is from 3-3:15.

Download and complete your registration form here. Contact Rachel at education@heritagehillgb.org with any questions or concerns.

2640 S Webster Ave
Green Bay, WI 54301
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Kroc Community Center


The Salvation Army Kroc Community Center offers weeklong camp options all summer long that run from June 10th through August 23rd. At The Salvation Army Summer Camp kids will spend their days in a structured environment, learning, playing, swimming, creating, exploring, making friends and having fun. Kids are cared for by trained staff at this state-licensed camp located at the Kroc Center. Choose from various theme options each week based on sports, art, games, STEM, culture and history. Camps for 5-6 year olds are separate from ages 7-12 with themes tailored to their age. Or try teen leadership camp for ages 13-15 where teens will learn essential life skills to become positive role models and leaders.

Ages Accepted: 5-12 (ages 13-15 for teen leadership camp)

Date and time options:
Monday-Friday 8AM-5:30PM
Ages 5-6

Search N’ Find: 6/10-14
Superheroes Camp: 6/17-21
Water Adventures: 6/24-28
Fantastic Foods: 7/1-3
Ooey, Gooey, Gross & Disgusting: 7/8-12
Music & Movement: 7/15-19
Fairytales: 7/22-26
Explore Your Faith (Vacation Bible School): 7/29-8/2
Sports of All Sorts: 8/5-9
Under the Sea: 8/12-16
Carnival: 8/19-23

Ages 7-12 (choose one of 2-4 theme options)
Team Building/Into the Future/Keep Calm & Dream On: 6/10-14
Kickin’ Sports/Air & Space/Digital Art: 6/17-21
Food Art/Minute to Win It: 6/24-28
Stars & Stripes/Fear Factor/Dodgeball: 7/1-3
Passport, Please!/Throwin’ Sports/Underwater Adventures: 7/8-12
Hammer & Nail/Sports Around the World/Video Game Palooza: 7/15-19
Drawing & Painting/Open Lab/Fitness Fun: 7/22-26
Explore Your Faith (Vacation Bible School): 7/29-8/2
Dead or Alive?/Mosaic Art/Aquatic Olympics: 8/5-9
Ocean Discovery/Fiber Arts: 8/12-16
Pom Dance/Kroc Olympics/Recycled Art/Junior Lifeguard: 8/19-23

Specialty Camps (for ages 7-12)
Gymnastics: 6/17-21
Robot Invasion OR Ninja Warrior: 6/24-28
Musical Theatre: 7/8-12
Musical Theatre: 7/15-19
Float, Paddle, Roll (Pool): 7/22-26
Battle of the Bands: 8/5-9
Robot Invasion OR Ninja Warrior: 8/12-16

Teen Leadership Camp (for ages 13-15)
Weekly: 6/10-8/23

Number of Campers Accepted: Up to 36 campers accepted for most camps. Teen Leadership Camp accepts a maximum of 16. Staff to camper ratio is 1:10 or less.

Day Camp: $137 (members) or $183 (non-members) per week.
Specialty Camp: $161 (members) or $215 (non-members) per week.
Teen Leadership Camp: $103 (members) or $138 (non-members) per week.

Important Dates: Get a 5% early bird registration discount available through 3/31. Registration/payment due by noon on Wednesday the week prior to camp.

Good to know: Non-refundable $20 deposit per week required to reserve spot. Scholarships and financial assistance available to those who qualify. Early care drop-off at 7AM is available for an additional $8 per day or $25 per week, per camper. Late-care pick up at 6PM is available for an additional $8 per day or $20 per week, per camper. Each camper will be provided with a snack at 9AM and 3PM and lunch at noon each day. Campers may choose to bring their own bag lunch from home.

For complete details about The Salvation Army Summer Day Camp, visit the website. For any questions, contact the Youth Development Supervisor at 920-544-4975 or via email at GBKrocKids@usc.salvationarmy.org. Download and complete the registration form here, then bring it to the Kroc with your payment information and reserve your spots!

1315 Lime Kiln Rd
Green Bay, WI 54311
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Safety Town


Safety Town is a weeklong summer camp that has run for 19 years and taught safety skills to over 4,000 children in Brown County! The program offers classroom segments, guest presenters and hands-on experience on the streets of the specially designed child-sized Town, complete with buildings, roads and street signs.

Ages Accepted: 4-9

Date and time options:
Weeklong Camps (Monday-Friday 8:30AM-11:30AM)

Number of Campers Accepted: Up to 80 campers accepted per week with 4 classrooms of up to 20 kids each. Each classroom has 1 certified teacher with one teen volunteer helper for every 3 campers.

Cost: $90 per child until June 3rd, $110 per child after June 3rd.

Important Dates: Register before June 3rd and save $20!

Good to know: Some safety topics that will be covered are: pedestrian, bicycle, poison, pet, playground, car seat and bus safety.

Register today for this unique camp that teaches your little ones all about safety in a fun environment! Contact Emily Gossens at the Center for Childhood Safety with any questions at egossens@ccsgb.org or call 920-272-0110. Register online here!

842 S Military Rd
Green Bay, WI 54304
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The YMCA offers a variety of weeklong camp experiences, from half-day camps for younger kids to full-day urban or outdoor day camps to overnight camps. Camps run from June 10th through August 23rd and are state licensed or accredited by the American Camp Association. There are also various teen leadership camps available for ages 11-17.

Ages Accepted: 4-12 (ages 7-17 for overnight camp)

Date and time options:
Kamp Kermit for ages 4-5 (
Monday-Friday 8:30AM-12:30PM)
Located at East Side YMCA. Thursday field trips are included each week. Lunch is to be brought from home. Extended care hours are not available. There is no bus service; parents are responsible for drop-off & pick-up.
Friends on the Farm: 7/8-12
Magical Kingdom: 7/15-19
Outdoor Explorers: 7/22-26
Super Power Academy: 7/29-8/2
Build & Play Tech Camp: 8/5-9
Growing Gourmets: 8/12-16

Kids Camp for ages 5-10 (Monday-Friday 9AM-4PM)
Located next to West Side YMCA. Weekly field trips are included. Lunch is to be brought from home. Extended before and after care hours are available for additional fee. Bus service to camp is available from Langlade School or Ferguson Family YMCA.
Roll into Summer: 6/10-14
Sports of all Sorts: 6/17-21
Wet n’ Wild: 6/24-28
Party in the USA: 7/1-3 (no camp 7/4-5)
Beach Bash: 7/8-12
Amazing Race: 7/15-19
Nature Calls: 7/22-26
Super Kicks: 7/29-8/2
Make a Splash: 8/5-9
KC Campout: 8/12-16
Camp Rewind: 8/19-23

Camp Wabansi for ages 7-14 (Monday-Friday 9AM-3:45PM)
Located in Door County. Weekly field trips are included. Lunch is to be brought from home. Thursday nights are special–family and friends are invited to join the fun with an option to spend the night in a cabin with other campers. Extended before and after care hours are available for additional fee. Bus service is provided from the West Side YMCA, Langlade School and East Side YMCA or parents may drop off/pick up at the camp.
Wacky Wabansi: 6/17-21
Party in the USA: 6/24-28
Minecraft: 7/8-12
Superheroes: 7/15-19
Got Science?: 7/22-26
Olympics: 7/29-8/2
Wet & Wild: 8/5-9
Camp Rewind: 8/12-15 (no camp 8/16)

Specialty Camps @ Camp Wabansi for ages 10-14 (Monday-Friday 9AM-3:45PM)
Survivor Camp: 6/24-28
Zippin’ Adventure: 7/22-26
Survivor Camp: 8/5-9

Camp U-nah-li-ya for ages 7-17
(4-day Overnight Camp ages 7-10, 6-day Overnight Camp ages 8-14, Extreme Teen Adventures ages 12-14, Excursion Trips ages 14-17, Teen Leadership Programs ages 15-17)
Located near Mountain, Wisconsin, about 65 miles north of Green Bay. All staff members are 18 years or older and undergo extensive interviewing, reference and background checks. Campers to be dropped off by parents with option to bring bus back to West Side YMCA for $15 fee.
6/23-28 (4-day session available)
7/7-12 (4-day session available)
7/14-19 (4-day session available)
8/11-16 (4-day session available)

Number of Campers Accepted: Kamp Kermit/Kids Camp up to 90 campers per week with staff to camper ratio of 1:12-14. Camp Wabansi up to 120 campers per week with staff to camper ratio of 1:8. Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya up to 120 campers per week with staff to camper ratio of 2:12.

Kamp Kermit: $110 (members) or $135 (non-members) per week.
Kids Camp: $180 (members) or $205 (non-members) per week.
Camp Wabansi: $210 (members) or $225 (non-members) first week, $168 (members) or $180 (non-members) each additional week.
Zippin’ Adventure Specialty Camp: $344 (members) or $359 (non-members) per week.
Survivor Specialty Camp: $239 (members) or $254 (non-members) first week, $191 (members) or $203 (non-members) each additional week.
Financial assistance is available for eligible families.

Important Dates: Registration will remain open until all spots are filled.

Good to know: The fee for the first week of camp is due in full at the time of registration. Overnight camp only requires a $100 deposit. Balance due June 1st or in increments each month. All fees must be paid prior to your camper’s session. After registration, a 2-week written notice is required to cancel your child’s week of camp and receive a refund. If notice is provided, you will receive a refund minus $25 per child/per week for day camp or $100 per child/per session for overnight camp.

For complete details or to register online, visit www.greenbayymca.org for Kamp Kermit & Kids Camp, www.campwabansi.org for Camp Wabansi or www.campunahliya.org for Camp U-nah-li-ya.

Kamp Kermit
East Side YMCA
1740 S Huron Rd
Green Bay, WI 54311
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Kids Camp
West Side YMCA
601 Cardinal Ln
Green Bay, WI 54313
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Camp Wabansi
1242 Bayshore Rd
Brussels, WI 54204
715-276-7116 (Aug 19-May 31)
920-825-7830 (June 1-Aug 18)
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YMCA Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya
12101 Y Camp Rd
Suring, WI 54174
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Other Camps

Some other local camp options that are not included in the let’s go to summer camp guide that you may also be interested in researching are: the NEW Zoo, the National Railroad Museum, the Children’s Museum of Green Bay, the YWCA and the Parks & Recreation Departments for Allouez, Ashwaubenon, Bellevue, De Pere, Green Bay & Howard. You should be able to find camp info by visiting their websites.