Mystic Lake Camp Features
Mystic Lake has completed two million dollars in facility enhancements since 2011 including a new village, main lodge renovation and high adventure upgrades.
Small cabin groups (8-12 campers) make “friend making” easier for everyone. South Fort cabins are air conditioned.
600 Acres of Private Land
Our campers learn about the importance of environmental stewardship in a safe, secure environment.
90 Acre Private Lake
Campers learn to swim, canoe, funyak, rowboat & fish.
Horseback Riding Stables
Take responsibility of caring for a horse and learn how to ride.
High Adventure Activities
By utilizing our high ropes course, team building course, 40 foot climbing tower or technical tree climbing, campers experience an increase in self esteem and personal confidence.
New in 2014 –
Mystic Lake YMCA Camp will be building a new High Ropes Course and Low Ropes Teambuilding Course.
Campers play basketball, soccer, football, kickball and other team sports. Campers will further enhance their fitness and leadership skills and have fun. Unique sports like gaga, human foosball, carpetball and more!
All staff are committed to helping our campers make new friends, learn new skills and build their self esteem. Many of our summer staff have worked at Mystic Lake YMCA Camp before and everyone is certified in first aid and CPR. Waterfront staff & health staff have current certifications meeting or exceeding state standards.
Turney Environmental Studies Center
Campers learn responsibility for and appreciation of our natural world.
Online Photo Gallery & E-Updates
Helps parents “enjoy” the camp experience with their child and keeps you informed about your child’s week at camp.
Mystic Lake Camp Staff Commit to Activate America
Our staff are committed to helping your child lead a healthier lifestyle through serving nutritional meals, staying active (biking, hiking, etc.) and modeling healthy choices. Salad bar served at every lunch and dinner!