Winter Camp

SIGN UP FOR WINTER CAMP! Come back to camp! Phantom Lake’s Winter Camp is four days full of exciting camp activities! The only difference is- it’s in the snow! Winter camp runs from the 27th of December between 1:30-2:00 until December 30th between 10:30 and 11 a.m. and is open to any and all 8-15 year olds! Join us this winter for sledding, outdoor activities, and crafts! As well as gingerbread bread house making, board games, cards, fort building, a camper & staff show and so much more! Campers bunk in the bottom half of Erich Lodge also known as the Dining Hall, the sides are divided up by ladies and gentlemen. It is fully heated for a comfortable night’s sleep. Hot coco is readily available and each meal will be served family style in each camper’s group. Winter camp is great time to come see camp when you normally would not, while kicking back and relaxing in front of the fire with some of your favorite counselors from the summer. Come join in the fun, make new friends from all over the place or reunite with old friends. Get ready to learn new games and play some camp classics! Pack up your sleeping bag and snow pants and we’ll see you on the 27th of December! Click Here To Register...


  Register now until May 1st and receive $20 off of each session!   For Day Camp Dates & Rates click here: Day Camp   Programs: AM Mini-tyke: Ages 3-6, 8:30am – 11:30am. 1 snack provided. Cost: $135 per weekly session Full Day Mini-tyke: Ages 4-6, 8:30am – 4:00pm, 2 snacks and lunch provided. Cost: $270 per weekly session Camp Zicahota: Ages 7-12, 8:30am – 4:00pm, afternoon snack and lunch provided. Cost: $245 per weekly session Camp Nagi: Ages 12-14, 8:30am – 4:00pm, afternoon snack and lunch provided. Cost: $270 per weekly session AM Care: Ages 7-14, 7:00am-8:30am Cost: $22 per week PM Care: Ages 7-14, 4:00pm-6:00pm Cost: $27 per week Day Camp Sibling Discount You may deduct $50 for any additional sibling attending any session. Sign Up for 6 or more day camp sessions and get AM and/or PM care for FREE Free AM and PM Care – Available for campers age 7-14. Sign up for six or more weeks of camp and get AM and PM...

Why Summer Camp Matters

Check out this blog by Alumnus Kizzy Marco! “I wrote a blog about the importance of summer camp for the hospital that I work with. It is largely based on my PLYC experience! Just thought I’d share…”

Phantom Lake YMCA Camp Launches New Brand & Website

MUKWONAGO, Wis. — March 21, 2014 — Competition for hearts, minds, finite family time and resources among U.S. residential summer camps is intense. Today’s launch of a new brand and website ( is the first step in clearly differentiating itself as a place where families, volunteers and donors will invest time, effort and treasure. “As a volunteer-led organization, we depend on our board of directors, alumni and families to perpetuate camp for future generations of children,” CEO Jeff Spang says. “Most would agree camp is a special place, but putting 118 years of history into a compelling story now gives us a brand narrative we can take to the world.” Spang says the new brand focuses on Phantom Lake YMCA Camp being a nurturing environment unknown to most children. Where campers help each other, build each other up, include one another. Where the chaos of overly structured, daily life washes away. Where children find themselves in a place they don’t have to be anything else. “Our summer camp offers options for every family’s comfort level. And, we guarantee the experience will change your child’s life,” Spang adds. “Our new tagline ‘Where kids are free to just be’ truly captures the essence of what makes camp a special place.” According to Dr. Karin Mulrooney, mother of two campers ages 10 and 13, most families discover Phantom Lake YMCA Camp by talking with other moms, dads and kids who share similar wants, needs and concerns. What they find is an environment built on safety, respect and just the right mix of structure and free time. “Every summer camp experience depends most on those entrusted with your child’s well-being,” Assistant Camp Director Zeno Szabo says. “Our counselors are trained to build family-like structures to take care of each other. Frankly, it’s why 90 percent of our counselors return year after year. And, it’s why competition is stiff for our counselor positions every year. Our counselors want younger kids to experience camp just like they did.” “We view Phantom Lake YMCA Camp as the most accepting place a child can experience, other than being at home with family,” Spang says. “Where summer becomes a foundation for life—where values...