YMCA Camp Glacier Hollow is available to school and youth groups
May – September and small day groups in winter months.
Click Below for Downloadable PDF Forms:
Facility Use Application
Suggested Student/Parent Consent Form or
Required Student/Parent Consent Form
What to Bring List – Day Programs
What to Bring List – Overnight Programs
Map & Directions to Camp
Day Program Base Fee:
Minimum fee of $125
Overnight Program Base Fee:
Minimum fee of $400
Includes basic waterfront programming
Meals are not included
Food Service Fee:
Average meal fees is $6-$8/person per meal
There is typically no programming or lodging fee for teachers or chaperons. Meal or kitchen fees will apply.
Available Programming Includes:
Canoeing (Grades 2 & Up)
Kayaking (Grades 3 & Up)
Paddle Boats (Grades 2 & Up)
Row Boats (Grades 1 & Up)
Archery (Grades 2 & Up)
Sling Shots (Grades 2 & Up)
Hatchet Throwing (Grades 4 & Up)
Fishing (Grades 3 & Up)
Team Building/Low Ropes Course (Grades 2 & Up)
Compass Skills (Grades 3 & Up)
GPS (Grades 5 & Up)
Bones & Furs (Animal ID)
Plant & Tree ID
EE Large Group Games
Don’t see a preferred activity
option here? Be sure to ask us!
We can also come to your school!
Our experience at Glacier Hollow was Wonderful. The staff was very helpful in meeting our students’ needs. The actual event ran very smoothly, and best of all, our students had a Awesome time!
Candice Kamin, Bannach Elementary
Our students thoroughly enjoyed their experience at Glacier Hollow. There was a variety of activities, all of which we had a choice in selecting prior to the big day. The activities were authentic, hands on–and set in an extraordinarily natural and beautiful setting. The staff members of Glacier were knowledgeable, friendly and successful in imparting some valuable nature skills to our students. Also of importance, the day was affordable! I thank you and highly recommend it to any other elementary school or group.
Pete Werner, Kennedy Elementary School Principal
A day at YMCA Camp Glacier Hollow gives children the opportunity to experience nature in ways I could never teach in the classroom. For many, it’s their first time in a canoe or kayak. They leave feeling very proud of their newly acquired skill. The staff is so accommodating with activities and classes. Their upbeat way with the material excites the children and holds their attention. It’s always a day well spent. We talk about it for days afterward.
Vickie Vaughn, Elderon Elementary