Y Family Camps

The YMCA Camp Timbers Family Camps are weekend camping opportunities for families (with children of all ages). These weekends offer families the opportunity to experience Camp Timbers’ beautiful 300 acres however you choose. Relax on a lawn chair with a book by the lakeside or experience the adventure of coasting down our over 1,000 ft. Eagle’s Flight Zip Line.

Starting from the moment you arrive at YMCA Camp Timbers until you leave, you can choose from a variety of social to physically challenging activities that you and your family can do together. All of our activities are safe, fun and enriching and are built to encourage character building and teamwork. Meals, lodging and programming are included, with a flexible schedule of camp activities and events that allow you to do as much or as little as your would like. Open to Y and non-Y members.

Dates and Rates:

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Memorial Day Weekend Friday – Monday
May 24-27, 2019
Labor Day Weekend Friday – Monday
August 30-September 2, 2019
(priced for 4-day weekend)

Each weekend begins Friday, with check-in between 6:00-7:30pm
and ends with Monday check-out at 1:00pm.

Ages 13 & up $100 per person
Ages 5-12 $85 per person
Ages 0-4 FREE

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Want to see more of what’s offered during our family camp weekends? Check out our Family Camp Schedule Sample.


Want to see more of camp’s facilities? Check out our 360 Facilities Tour.

To Register:

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More Help Registering Online for Family Camp Weekends Online?

By Phone:
by mail or by calling the YMCA (989) 753-7721 ext 212 and pay with your credit card.

By Mail: 
Memorial and Labor Day Weekend Family Camp Registration
Please complete and return the paper registration form with your deposit/payment.
YMCA Camp Timbers
c/o Saginaw YMCA
1915 Fordney St.
Saginaw, MI  48601

What If I Have More Questions?

The decision to attend camp with your family can be a big one, particularly for first-time families.  We’re here to help, because we believe in the impact of camp.

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