Camp Mi-Te-Na, a resident boys' camp, is divided into three villages: Frontiers, the oldest boys, Rangers, the middle-age and Pioneers, our youngest boys. Each village is then divided into cabin groups; these cabin groups learn to work together as a team whether doing camp clean up or playing a game.
During their stay at Mi-Te-Na, the campers will be exposed to a wide variety of activities. In the morning they will go as a cabin group to swimming lessons, sports field and hobbies which include crafts, riflery, archery, small crafts, ropes and outdoor education. Each afternoon they will choose activities they prefer.
The Camp Mi-Te-Na Tribe—founded in the summer of 1967 by counselors Jeff Barnum and John Palmer, is camp's honor society, the purpose of which is to promote integrity, friendship and kindness among campers and bonding between camp and camper.
Your child will be happy and safe at our camps: * We have one of the highest staff retention rates in the state * Our camps are ACA-approved * Our staff receive extensive, thorough training * The YMCA has high standards and a distinguished history in camping * We offer a warm and caring environment * We conduct background checks on all staff * Our camps have been serving youth over 90 years!