Birthday Parties at YMCA Camp Ingersoll
What types of birthday parties are held at Camp Ingersoll?
Any Birthday party will have a reserved pavilion time of 2.5 hrs. Families can and take advantage of the recreation areas at camp after their reserved time, but may have to leave the pavilion if other parties are booked.
$150 for Self Led Party ($75 for Outdoor Center Members)
Groups may arrive any time after 8 am and must depart by 8 pm or sunset, whichever comes first. The fee includes use of the pavilion (reserved for 2.5 hrs), bathrooms, swimming at the waterfront, and garbage removal.
$250 for YMCA Camp Ingersoll Staff Led Party ($125 for Outdoor Center Members)
Parties may be booked any time after 8 am and must depart by 8 pm or sunset, whichever comes first. The fee includes use of the pavilions, bathrooms, grills, and swimming at the waterfront. If there is more than one party scheduled at the same time, the large pavilion may not be available. It also includes a YMCA Camp Ingersoll staff for 2.5 hours to lead groups through any one of the following activities for up to 20 participants:
Watercraft: An hour period where groups will have use of YMCA Camp Ingersoll’s fleet of canoes and paddle boats.
Climbing Tower: An hour period a certified ropes course staff will set-up and belay the 30 foot climbing tower. No prior experience is needed to enjoy this popular activity!
Archery: An hour period staff will teach basic skills and proper safety procedures.
Arts & Crafts: We will open up our Art Lodge and have a staff member facilitate various arts & crafts projects with your group for one hour.
Sports: An hour of staff led sports and games such as T-ball, basketball, soccer, volleyball, flag football, Frisbee, and Gaga ball.
*There is a $50 per hour fee if you would like to run 2 activities back to back (requiring 1 staff member).
*There is a $75 per hour fee if you would like to run 2 activities at the same time (requiring 2 staff members).
Ropes Course – Additional Fees May Apply
Led by trained instructors, campers learn trust and relationship building through a progressive series of ground initiatives, low ropes activities and high ropes course. Course is inspected annually. Fees depend upon group size, age, goals, and program length.