Camps

We make the summer count. At the 14th Street Y, city kids get a true summer camp experience, recognized as a key to kids’ development.

Children explore new interests, grow their confidence and make friends for life.

Our campers dive into the creative arts, science and technology, sports and games and the great outdoors in a safe, fun and inclusive environment.

Camp Registration is now open!

We are so excited to open up registration for our signature camps:

New Town Day Camp
For Children Ages 2 – 5 
June 28 – August 20, 2021 | 2-Day, 3-Day, and 5-Day Options Available
Register here
Young children get a fun-filled summer camp experience at the 14th Street Y! Campers participate in a variety of activities in our facilities, including our outdoor roof play area.

New Country Day Camp
For Children Grades K – 8
June 28 – August 20, 2021 | Monday – Friday
Register here
Campers experience a summer of enrichment and adventure in the serene outdoors on the 75-acre Staten Island Greenbelt. Our new session model is built to create as much safety and consistency as possible for campers and their families.

To learn more about New Country Day Camp, please join us on Monday, March 8 at 8:00 PM for a virtual info session. Register here.

Kimama 14Y Day Camp
For Hebrew-speaking Children Ages 5 – 13
June 28 – August 20, 2021 | Monday – Friday
Register here
This new and unique program is specifically designed for Hebrew speaking children. Shlichim from Israel offer an unforgettable 8-week experience, full of outdoor adventure, Israeli culture, ruach, and more!


We want to hear from you!

As we plan for summer 2021, we want to hear from our fabulous camp families! If you have questions, concerns, or ideas about how we can make the 14Y Camps experience even better, please share them with us. 

For New Town Day Camp, please contact Julie Rosenberg, Director of New Town Day Camp and Early Childhood Initiatives, at JRosenberg@14streety.org.

For New Country Day Camp, please contact Lili Weiss-Voskidis, the 14Y’s Senior Director of Youth Programs, at LVoskidis@14StreetY.org.

New Town Day Camp

For Children Ages 2 – 5 

Young children get a fun-filled summer camp experience at the 14th Street Y! Campers participate in a variety of activities in our facilities, including our outdoor roof play area.  

Learn More

New Country Day Camp

For Children in Grades K – 8 

Campers experience a summer of enrichment and adventure in the serene outdoors on the 75-acre Staten Island Greenbelt. Our new session model is built to create as much safety and consistency as possible for campers and their families.  

Learn More

Kimama 14Y Day Camp

For Hebrew-speaking Children Ages 5 – 13

This new and unique program is specifically designed for Hebrew speaking children. Shlichim from Israel offer an unforgettable 8-week experience, full of outdoor adventure, Israeli culture, ruach, and more!

Learn More

Blogs About 14Y Camps

Learn more about our camps!

My Daughters’ Summer in the Cloud

Alan Scher, Associate Executive Director, Program | WED, JUL 29, 2020

I have to admit I was a skeptic at first. Virtual camp–how would it possibly approximate the magic of summer camp? Some of my greatest childhood memories are from a…

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Healing in Nature

Mallory Stehle, Associate Director of New Country Day Camp | WED, APR 15, 2020

I grew up in rural Michigan, in the beautiful hills and farmland and swamps with cattails. My backyard had the best sledding hill you could ever want, endless woods to…

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Individuals, Not Labels

Antonio Rodriguez, LMSW, Inclusion Program Manager | TUE, APR 02, 2019

Hey there! My name is Antonio Rodriguez and I am the Inclusion Program Manager at the 14 Street Y. I am often asked, “What’s an Inclusion Program Manager?” That’s a…

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Lifting Women Up for International Women’s Day

Olana Brooks, NCDC Project Manager | FRI, MAR 08, 2019

Happy International Women’s Day 2019! This day has been celebrated for the last 110 years! Beginning within the labor movement, this holiday is celebrated around the world to acknowledge the…

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