YMCA of Bucks County is uniquely positioned to serve the entire community with programs and services for all ages and locations throughout Bucks County.
Collectively, YMCA of Bucks County has member branches in Doylestown, Fairless Hills, Newtown, Quakertown and Warminster, as well as child care centers in Fairless Hills, Morrisville, New Britain, Newtown and Quakertown with an outdoor camp center in Holland.
Summer camp programs are offered at nine locations throughout the county.
Summer camp programs at offered throughout the region and include full day, half day, extended day, traditional adventure camps as well as a wide variety of sports and specialty camps that run each week, all summer long.
To find out more about summer camp at YMCA of Bucks County, visit the camp website at YMCABUCKS.ORG/camp.
The Y offers fitness, sports, aquatics and wellness programs for all ages, with each branch offering a little something different and unique.
Members of the YMCA of Bucks County are able to visit any branch in the association and enjoy member pricing for programs at all branches as well.
Last year, the Y provided nearly $5 million in charitable community impact with specialized programs provided free to community seniors, veterans, cancer survivors, second and seventh graders and those with chronic illness in addition to financial assistance provided to anyone who qualified through an application process.
To find out more about YMCA of Bucks County, visit their website at ymcabucks.org or call them at 215-348-8131.
PHOTO CAP: At YMCA of Bucks County Summer Camp, kids grow, build skills, and gain self-confidence in a values-based environment.