Orangeville Island Lake Y Day Camp
Every day is a new adventure at Y Day Camp
About Orangeville Island Lake Y Day Camp
Y Day Camp utilizes Orangeville Island Lake Conservation Area to deliver a variety of outdoor programs. This location has access to a lake, a pavillion, trails, and green space. Programs operate outdoors rain or shine! Campers will swim off site at a nearby community pool. Camp operates 9:00am – 4:00pm, extended hours are available on site from 7:30 - 9:00am and 4:00 - 6:00pm for an additional fee of $40/week.
Where are we located?
Located in the heart of Island Lake Conservation.
673067 Hurontario Street
Preparing for camp at Orangeville Island Lake Y Day Camp
Whether your child is an experienced camper or it is their first camp experience, it is always helpful to know what they can expect at your camp location this summer!
Review our Summer Day Camp Guide and FAQ for all your answers!
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Although no two days are the same, see a sample schedule of a camp day
Check out all camp programs available at this location
Campers will bus twice a week to C3 James Dick Quarry located at 18077-, 18119 Hurontario St, Caledon Village.
Please note, your camper may be required to wear a lifejacket regardless of swimming ability. Y Day Camps abides by Lifesaving Society pool standards and ratios.
When you enter the conservation, you'll make a right turn and head towards P4. There will be Y Day Camp signs pointing you in the right direction. Staff will be waiting at the parking lot wearing blue shirts to greet you!
In order to be placed in the same group as a friend, campers must be in the same age group and registered in the same program. For us to efficiently track the requests, you will need to complete this form for each individual week you are making a request for.
Please ensure your request is sent at least 2 weeks before the start of the program. We do our best to accommodate all requests, however we can not guarantee. If requests are submitted with less than 2 weeks before the start of the program we can not accommodate the request. Please note, one family will submit the request for both campers. Please only submit the request for your camper and one friend.
Submit Friend Request
Camper safety is important to the YMCA of Greater Toronto. Campers under age 10 must be signed out at the Y Day Camp location or bus stop, by an individual 16 years of age or older and listed as a main contact or authorized pick up during the registration process. This person will be required to show government issued ID. Campers age 10 + will be permitted to sign out of the Y Day Camp location or bus stop if indicated at time of registration. Campers age 10 + will not be permitted to sign out younger campers.
Although we try to keep campers' items in their backpacks, occasionally things are forgotten. Any items lost at camp are collected daily and kept in the camp office. If your camper loses an item, contact the Camp Director immediately and they will try to find it. All lost items will only be stored on-site for one week, after which they will be donated to a local charity. Unfortunately, the Y cannot take responsibility for lost items. Please check your camper's possessions daily to ensure they arrive home with them.
Day Camp staff work between the hours of 8am - 6pm, Monday to Friday. Following Ontario Bill 27 and in keeping with our values, the YMCA of Greater Toronto is committed to supporting the health and wellbeing of employees. A Right to Disconnect policy has been initiated effective of June 2, 2022. The policy is intended to support work/life balance and staff wellbeing by ensuring that employees have the right to disconnect from their work outside of their scheduled hours regardless of whether they are in a centre/office or working remotely.