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After School/Camps/Mentoring

York County Heritage Trust Summer Camps

250 East Market Street
York, PA 17403

Telephone: 717-848-1587

Archaeology Week

Each summer the York County Heritage Trust partners with the York County Department of Parks and Recreation to offer two sessions of Archaeology Week. Students ages 10-13 are exposed to the basics of archaeology, first hand as they participate in actual excavations at real archaeological sites. Campers also learn about how artifacts are preserved and interpreted in a museum setting with visits to York County Heritage Trust sites and museums.

Current Summer Camp Listings:


York Library Summer Reading Program

159 East Market Street
York, PA 17401

(717) 846-5300

Up to age 18

Acquire a library card at your local library. Register on the website to log hours or submit book reviews. Periodic events occurring at your library can be found on the schedule on the website.
York Libraries

YWCA School-age Learning Centers

Dallastown Schools
Serving: Dallastown Elementary, York Township Elementary, and Shawnee Hope, Telephone – 717-845-2631 ext. 161.

Hours: Monday-Friday 6:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Fees: Registration is $50.00; Before OR after school program is $85.00 a week; before AND after school program is $110 week.

Northeastern Schools
Serving: Conewago Elementary (on-site for K-3rd grade), Orendorf Elementary, Shallow Brook Elementary, and Spring Forge Elementary Schools.

Hours: Monday-Friday 6:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Fees: Registration is $50.00; Before OR after school program is $85.00 a week; before AND after school program is $110 week.

York City Schools

Serving: Davis Elementary, Devers Elementary, Goode Elementary, Jackson Elementary, Furgusen Elementary and McKinley Elementary Schools

Hours: Monday-Friday 6:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Fees: Registration is $50.00; before AND after school program is $110 week.

YWCA York supports families in three different school districts in York County by providing before-and/or after-school care as well as full-day care for school-age students (Kindergarten through 6th grade, except where noted) when school is out of session. At our school-age sites, staff members work cooperatively with the schools to meet families’ needs. We strive to create an environment where students can get what they need before and after school — fun and active outdoor play; creative arts; engaging, child-directed projects; support in homework; opportunities to practice emerging pro-social and leadership skills; and a safe place to build friendships and solid relationships with adults. Breakfast and snack are also provided.

Other Camps

The American Camp Association has accredited the following area camps:


Furnace Hills (Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania)in Denver, Lancaster County
Telephone: 717-733-8515

300 C Project Drive
Denver, PA 17517
Gretna Glen Camp in Lebanon County
Telephone: 717-273-6525
87 Old Mine Rd.
Lebanon, PA 17042

Camp Kirchenwald (Luthern Camping Corp. of Central PA)
1 Cut Off Road
Lebanon, PA 17042
Telephone: 717-964-3121

Kirchenwald is located on 340 acres of undeveloped timberland, adjacent to 4000 acres of state game lands in Colebrook, PA. The camp averages over 900 campers a summer, focusing on adventure trip camps and growth through callenge. Campers travel to the Adirondack Mountains, the beaches of Assateague Island, Maryland or enjoy the climbing tower, climbing wall, ropes course, lake, and sports activities at the camp. In addition to summer camp Kirchenwald offers programs in the spring, winter, and fall.

Camp Nawakwa (Luthern Camping Corp. of Central PA) in Biglerville, Adams County
Telephone: 717-677-8211
1033 Nawakwa Rd.
Biglerville, PA 17307

Camp Swatara in Bethel, Berks County (Church of the Brethren)
Telephone: 717-933-8510

2905 Camp Swatara Rd.
Bethel, PA 19507

YMCA Camp Shand in Cornwall, Lancaster County
Telephone: 717-397-7474

PO Box 339
Cornwall, PA 17016

For all ACA-accredited camps in Pennsylvania visit,

RISING S.T.A.R.S. (Striving To Achieve Remarkable Success) – Crispus Attucks Association

Provides after-school and summer educational, recreational programs for youths 5 to 18 years old. Activities include self esteem and study skills workshops, life skills classes, cooking classes, arts&crafts, and many more exciting events. Spanish classes are also available.

Crispus Attucks Offices
605 South Duke Street
York, PA 17401
Phone: 717-848-3610
Fax: 717-843-3914
Visit Rising S.T.A.R.S.

Tennis for Kids

1985 High Rock Lane
York, PA 17406

Telephone: 717-757-1667

Our goal is to give every child the opportunity to fill summer hours by with a quality experience by learning a lifetime sport involving family, friends and fun.

TFK, founded 20 years ago and still going strong, is available, free to children ages 8-16. we operate at 21 locations in York and Adams Counties. Our season runs from June to July. See our registration form for details.

At least two adults supervise each site. We strive to maintain a ratio of one instructor for every 10 children at the site. Our site supervisors and instructors, numbering over 200, are paid. However, TFK officers and board members do not receive compensation in any form.

YMCA Afterschool Programs

York YMCA, 90 N. Newberry St., York
Telephone: 843-7884
East York YMCA, 4075 E. Market St., York
Telephone: 755-7144
Southern, 100 Constitution Ave., Shrewsbury
Telephone: 235-0446
Bob Hoffman, 1705 Palomino Ave., Dover
Telephone: 292-5622


Adult $47.00, under 18 $19.50, household of 2 adults and children $74.50. Income-based sliding fee scale available.

The YMCA is so much more thana pool, a fitness center, or a gymnasium. It’s a movement, a bold and concerted effort to build strong kids, strong families, and a stronger York through a spectrum of endeavors and services. From youth development programs… to family focused activities… all the way to urban renewal initiatives that enhance our city while creating affordable housing opportunities. No, this is not your father’s YMCA. It’s your family’s… your community’s… and, more than ever before, yours.
York County YMCA

YMCA Summer Camps

Various Cities as follows:

Camp Fitch – Lake Erie, PA
Telephone:  814-922-3219
Co-Ed Summer Resident Camp

Camp Speers-Elijabar – Dingmans Ferry, PA
Telephone: 570-828-2329
Co-Ed Summer Resident Camp

Camp Kon-O-Kwee – Fombell, PA
Telephone: 724-758-6238 or 877-962-2565
Co-ed Summer Resident Camp

Deer Valley Family Camp – Fort Hill, PA
Telephone:  800-962-2386
Family Summer Resident Camp

Camp Thompson – Gardners, PA
Telephone: 717-243-2525
Co-Ed Summer Resident Camp

Camp T Frank Soles – Rockwood, PA
Telephone: 412-213-5321 or 833-604-2373
Co-Ed Summer Resident Camp

Camp Conrad Weiser – Wernersville, PA
Telephone: 610-670-2267
Co-ed Summer Resident Camp

Camp Kresege – White Haven, PA
Telephone: 570-443-2267
Co-Ed Summer Resident Camp

Camp Discovery, Shrewsbury, PA

The W. Dale Brougher
Ages 5-13

Camp Spirit
Ages 5-13

Camp Palomino – Bob Hoffman (Dover Branch)
Ages 3-5

The Y is the nation’s leading nonprofit organization for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The Y is a powerful association of men, women, and children committed to bringing about lasting personal and social change. With a focus on nurturing the potential of every child and teen, improving the nation’s health and well-being and providing opportunities to give back and support neighbors, the Y enables youth, adults, families and communities to be healthy, confident, connected and secure.

York 21st Century Community Learning Center

Contact Person:Diaz E Woodard

Free Program.  Includes hip-hop dance, jewelry making, drill team, boxing, REACH participation, backetball courses & daily homework assistance.

Summer:  Hours Monday – Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.                                                             During School:  Hours Monday – Thursay 3:30-6:30 p.m.


Boys and Girls Club of America

Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s national programs have taken members from the Clubhouse to the White House; from the games room to the corporate boardroom; from the high school orchestra to Carnegie Hall.

Boys & Girls Clubs of America has a lineup of tested and proven nationally recognized programs that address today’s most pressing youth issues, teaching young people the skills they need to succeed in life.

National programs are available in the areas of education, the environment, health, the arts, careers, alcohol/drug and pregnancy prevention, gang prevention, leadership development and athletics.

Columbia Clubhouse
248 W. Locust St.
Columbia, PA 17512
Telephone: 717-684-7554
A unit of: Boys & Girls Club of Lancaster


Jack Walker Clubhouse
229 W. Lemon St.        717-397-5514
Lancaster, PA 17603
Telephone: 717-397-5514
A unit of: Boys & Girls Club of Lancaster


Hill Clubhouse
110 S. Water St.
Lancaster, PA 17608
Telphone: 717-299-3771
A unit of: Boys & Girls Club of Lancaster


Angino Clubhouse
Harrisburg, PA 17104
Telephone: 717-234-3268
A unit of: Boys & Girls Club of Central Pennsylvania

John N. Hall Foundation Club House
Harrisburg, PA 17104
Telephone: 717-234-3268
A unit of: Boys & Girls Club of Central Pennsylvania

Boys & Girls Club of Lancaster, Inc.
Lancaster, PA 17602
Telephone: 717-295-3474
A unit of: Boys & Girls Club of Lancaster


John N. Hall Foundation Club House
1700 Hanover Street
Harrisburg, PA 17104
Telephone: 717-232-1700

Cumberland Road Clubhouse
1313 Monroe Street
Harrisburg, PA 17103
Telephone: 717-238-7898

Southeast Clubhouse
335 Dauphin Street
Lancaster, PA 17602
Telephone: 717-381-4721

Others can be found via
Boys&Girls Club of America

Camp Penwood; The ARC of York County

Camp Penwood; The ARC of York County

497 Hill Street
York, PA 17403

Telephone: 717-846-6589

6 weeks camp/5 days/week. 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Intended for children with intellectual/physical/mental disabilities. Children are exposed to arts, crafts, music, sports. Transportation may be provided with additional fee.

Dream Wrights Youth&Family Theatre

Dream Wrights Youth&Family Theatre

100 Carlisle Avenue
York, PA 17401
Telephone: 717-848-8623

Cost: $105 for 1/2 day
$195 for full day

Yearly Membership: $20
Tickets: General Admission $12
Reserved Seat $16

7 weeks, 5 days/week. Offer 1/2 day and full day camps. Camp is intended for normal functioning children interested in theater and the arts of acting, drama, music and dance. Dates and times differ depending on age of child and specific camp activity.

Girl Scouts

Girls Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania

350 Hale Avenue
Harrisburg, PA 17104

Telephone: 800-692-7816 or 717-233-1656


In Girl Scouts, girls discover the fun, friendship, and power of girls together. Through a myriad of enriching experiences, such as extraordinary field trip, sports skill-building clinics, community service projects, cultural exchanges, and environmental stewardships, girls grow courageous and strong. Girl Scouting helps girls develop their full individual potential; relate to others with increasing understanding, skill, and respect; develop values to guide their actions and provide the foundation for sound decision-making; and contribute to the improvement of society through their abilities, leadership skills, and cooperation with others.

Girl Scouts

Jewish Community Center

2000 Hollywood Drive
York, PA 17403

Telephone: 717-843-0918

Our mission, as a human service agency, is to strengthen and preserve Jewish culture, promote mutual understanding and the acceptance of diversity, and enhance the well being of our members and the communities we serve through cultural, educational, physical, recreational, and social opportunities. We work cooperatively with other civic organizations to improve our community, and welcome everyone regardless of their circumstances or ability to pay.

Mend-A-Heart Camp

Camp Cann-Edi-On
York Haven, PA

Telephone: 717-266-1661

Camp Mend-A-Heart is a one day bereavement camp for children ages 6-18 years old who have experienced a significant loss in their life. The camp is held at Penn Grove retreat in York County.  Cost is $15.00, assistance is available.

Camp Chimaqua:  Overnight camp for grieving children ages 6-12.  Held in June at Camp Donegal in York County.                                                                                                                       Cost is $25.00, assistance is available.

Pathways Center for Grief and Loss

4075 Old Harrisburg Pike                                                                                                   Mount Joy, PA  17552                                                                                                 Telephone:  717-391-2413


Boy Scouts of America

Council Number: 544
Council Name: New Birth of Freedom Council

2139 White Street
York, PA 17404

Telephone: 717-843-0901

Since 1910, Scouting has helped mold the future leaders of this country by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun. The Boy Scouts of America believes and, through nearly a century of experience, understands that helping youth puts us on a path toward a more conscientious, responsible, and productive society.

Scouting, with programs for young men and women, helps meet these six essential needs of the young people growing up in our society: Mentoring, Lifelong Learning, Faith Traditions, Serving Others, Healthy Living, Building Character.
Boy Scouts of America