Overnight Camp | YMCA Camp Silver Beach
CSB: All-inclusive overnight camp
At YMCA Camp Silver Beach, everything’s included—all your favorite foods, all your favorite sports and even all your favorite colors (if you like green trees, blue water and golden sunsets, that is). Located on Virginia’s Eastern Shore, YMCA Camp Silver Beach is an overnight summer camp for ages 8 to 16, set on 151 amazing acres filled with forests, trees and wetlands and surrounded by the seriously beautiful Chesapeake Bay. This is true paradise—and best of all, it’s just for kids and teens (and, okay, some pretty awesome counselors, lifeguards and instructors too).
Overnight Camp Choices
One Week Camp
For campers ages 8 to 16
Campers arrive at camp on Sunday and stay through Saturday, enjoying land and water activities all week.
Two Week Camp
For rising 6th–9th graders
Campers arrive at camp on Sunday and stay to weeks to the following Saturday, enjoying land and water activities.
For ages 13–16
Expedition campers learn to live out of a tent and backpack, cook their own food, and enjoy adventures in outdoor settings away from camp.
Teen Adventure Camp
For rising 9th–11th graders
Teen campers enjoy three weeks of adventure, fun and friendships.
For rising 11th graders
Leadership Development campers learn leadership and teamwork skills through fun activities and service projects
Specialty Camp Options
For ages 8–16 and 11–16
Traditional one-week and two-week campers add favorite activities to their camp schedule.
Our annual giving campaign supports YMCA Camp Silver Beach’s promise to ensure no child is ever denied the golden experience of a fun-filled week of summer camp due to his or her financial situation. Scholarships are available by application.
Paul C. Harris Memorial Scholarship Fund
Learn About the Scholarship Fund
Paul C. Harris
Paul C. Harris
November 11, 1987–September 20, 2006
Paul’s memory is honored through the memorial fund started in his name. He would be extremely happy to know that children will be able to experience the love of camp as he once did through the generosity of donors.