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Kinder Camp - YMCA

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Kinder Camp - YMCA

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Reviews (2)

  • 2019 Summer Camp Review

    Age: 4 yetold Review: My child love the program and activities. But there is lack of communication, disorganized from camp leads/directors What would you change? Would love to see security, organization communication skills get improved.
  • Review from the 2017 PSP Summer Camp Survey

    We did not love Kinder Camp at the YMCA. From the start of the experience, communication about camp was very poor and disorganized. Details were only ever shared by telephone, and despite requests for schedule information and other details about camp requirements, we were more often than not left in the dark. Swimming for this group was limited to one day per week, not nearly enough to make a difference or keep the kids comfortable, and the camp seems to resort to putting on a movie in lieu of actual activities when the weather doesn't cooperate (too hot? movie. rain 3 hours ago? movie). The counselors were grumpy and unfriendly; they seemed to barely acknowledge the kids or interact with them during either pickup or dropoff, and my child never failed to need the bathroom or a have an empty water bottle at pickup. It's like noone ever checked to see if the kids needed a thing - the very minimal amount of care wasn't even taken. In sum, I would not recommend Kinder Camp at the YMCA. It was not a great option for our child. If you could change anything, what would it be? The location at PS 10 is difficult to get to for most parents. They should have a drop off at the 9th St Y or the 15th St Y. They MUST provide communication by email. If they want to provide phone confirmation too, that's fine, but being able to look up camp information when needed is essential. Hire less grumpy counselors and tell them they need to be more engaged with the kids. Sitting at the table talking to eachother rather than interacting with the kids is not acceptable. Better activities, more swimming.....I would basically change everything about this camp. There's nothing about it I would recommend. Age of child: 5 Based on a Summer 2017 experience

 

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