We pride ourselves on creating an experience as unique as each of our campers. From Gaga Ball to our rock wall, arts and crafts to archery, Camp Loma Mar boasts many opportunities to develop new skills and learn valuable life lessons.
Typical activities include archery, swimming, climbing wall, sports, crafts, campfires, and much more!
Youth Session 1 (ages 7-13): June 30 - July 7
Youth Session 2 (ages 7-13): July 7 - 14
Youth Session 3 (ages 7-13): July 14 - 21
Youth Session 4 (ages 7-13): July 21 - 28
Teen Session (ages 13-15): July 21 - 28
Tier 1 is the full cost of camp. If you are unable to pay the full cost you may select a subsidized rate at Tier 2 or 3. This will not alter your camper's experience at all.
Tier 1: $720
Tier 2: $640
Tier 3: $600
If additional financial aid is needed, you can apply for a Campership.
Learn more here: Campership Packet
Applicants to both programs must exhibit an interest and desire to learn leadership skills, take on responsibilities, and participate in a program with peers. An indication may be demonstrated by, but not limited to, leadership in school,youth activity group, or prior camp experience. It should be understood that CILTs and LITs are still campers and as such will abide by the rules and regulations affecting campers. CILTs and LIS must be in good physical and emotional
Who is a CILT?
A CILT is a teenager entering 9th – 10th grade in the fall who wants to improve their leadership skills. The CILT program will incorporate aspects of learning about teamwork, leadership, and group development while working with a CILT group of peers for the 2 week session. The CILT Program is designed to be an introduction to what leadership at camp is like, and to provide a fun and enriching experience for CILTs.
Who is an LIT?
An LIT is a teenager entering 11th-12th grade in the fall who wants to take their camp leadership experience to the next level. Through this program they will develop the skills, experience, and camp know-how that the YMCA and other organizations look for in paid camp staff positions. It is not necessary to have been a CILT to apply to be an LIT.
CILT / LIT Sessions