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DAY CAMP

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Over 100 years of tradition

YMCA Camp Eberhart

has a long, proud history in camping activities and has been committed to nurturing youth development for more than 100 years.

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Check out just some of the fun!

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overview our camp territory

YMCA Camp Eberhart is nestled along the shores of beautiful Corey Lake in Three Rivers, Michigan. With over 200 wooded acres and a mile of shoreline, our camp is a haven for adventure and discovery.
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Why campers become leaders

Why campers become leaders

YMCA Camp Eberhart has been developing leaders for over 100 years. Activities at camp are designed to help teach and foster leadership skills. Whether you’re on the high ropes, the rock wall, or engaging in any of our group activities...

Check out our facility upgrades

Check out our facility upgrades

Last summer we saw the opening of our Tree House Village, an incredible new experience for our older campers. This summer we’ll also see the opening of our renovated Obenchain Lodge, another of YMCA Camp Eberhart’s capital campaign...

Our themes this year

Our themes this year

We selected our weekly themes for 2018! Here they are: Week 1: A Walk on the Wild Side Week 2: Grand Fiesta Week 3: Stars and Stripes Week 4: International Celebration Week 5: Pirates of the Big C Week 6: Off to the Races Week 7: Wild, Wild West...

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What Others Say About Our Camp

Eberhart has made such a difference in  the lives of my children and now my grandchildren. Camp doesn’t just change lives. Camp transforms lives. I want to ensure camp is around for generations of children, helping our young people flourish.

Carmi Murphy

I began as a camper, then became a counselor, eventually a director and today serve on the Alumni Association. I want to make sure camp thrives for another 100 years of campers to come. This place isn’t just a special place…this is home.

Chris Sallows

This is your camp. Some of us have left a lot in this place and we are glad that we were able to. I hope every youngster here will be able to leave something here at camp that will make the place just a little better for others.

George A. Cooper