Y Camps

2020 high school and middle school camps. June 21-27, Santa Cruz.

Middle School Camp

June 21-24

High School Camp

June 24-27


Koinonia Conference Grounds (1605 Eureka Canyon Rd, Corralitos, CA 95076)



Join us in the Santa Cruz hills for an action packed week of friends, fun, and purpose.

No screens, no distractions. Just friends, nature, and real talk. Y Camp provides your teen or middle schooler with a rare opportunity to be freed from life’s distractions to focus solely on their friends and learning about God.

Soon, returning campers will be able to register using online, logging in using your information from last year. If you’d like to apply to be a new camper, please complete the following new camper application once it is made available (early 2020).

Y Camp 2020


Koinonia Conference Grounds

1605 Eureka Canyon Rd, Corralitos, CA 95076

Letter to Parents

Read this letter to get a better idea of what to expect at this year’s camp, and how to best prepare yourself and your camper.


Administration of Medication

Print out a copy of this form to your physician for a signature if your camper is bringing medicine to camp or has allergies.


Packing List

Not sure what to pack, and what not to pack? Check out this list to get ideas on what to send along with your camper.


Koinonia Map

Take a look at the Koinonia Conference Grounds layout to take note of key locations such as parking, cabins and activity areas.


Cash/Check Payment

If you need to pay in cash or check instead of credit card, please print this form and mail a copy to the address at the bottom of the page.


Directions To Camp

Use Google Maps to get directions to the camp grounds from your location. Address: 1605 Eureka Canyon Road, Watsonville 95076

Get Directions

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What if I haven’t selected a payment plan or completed the online registration process?

In order for your child to be “approved” for camp, all registration information, a payment plan selected and a deposit must be made. Please log back in to your Parent Dashboard and complete the registration process.

There will no longer be an on­site or new registration at camp. (See drop off & pick up directions below)

My child is gluten and nut free does he/she need to supply her own food and snacks?

Our Y Camps are peanut free. Gluten free meals are available at every meal and snack. However for those with very serious allergies you are welcome to bring your own.

What if there is an emergency and I need to contact my child at camp? (Cellular phone reception is poor)

Parents can call 831-­722-­8222 the guest office is open during day hours.

How do I make sure my child with special needs will be setup well for camp?

Please communicate with the staff and the child’s counselor what accommodations your childmay need. Having a Special Assistant (buddy) is a great way to ensure your child is set­up for success. A waiver form is required and supplied as part of the online registration. The special assistant can register online. They must complete the registration and screening process to be approved for the camp.

What are the directions for dropping off my camper?

There are two drop-off procedures available to parents for drop off.

Fast Track – This is a curbside drop off. You will need the following

  • Camping gear
  • A hug good­bye!

Campers will be met by greeters and/or your Special Assistant and walked to your cabin where the counselor and other campers will be. There they will receive their t­shirt, journal & camp packet.

Temporary Parking -­ for those with medication. You will need the following:

  • Medication for the nurse
  • Hard copy of Administration of Medication form
  • Camping gear
  • A hug good­bye!

For temporary parking, all prescription medications need a physician signature for the camp nurses to disperse (download “Administration of Medication” form). Please upload a soft copy in addition to bringing a hard copy for check-in. Over the counter medication will be supplied as approved by you in your camper’s registration medication section. For the safety of others, all medication must be checked in to the nurse.

What time should I plan to drop off my camper?

Middle School Camp­ drop off is Sunday, June 16

  • 2-3p for Santa Clara, Silicon Valley and San Francisco
  • 3-4p for Alameda, Contra Costa North, Contra Costa South

HS Camp– Drop off is Wed June 19

  • 2:30-3p for Santa Clara, Silicon Valley and San Francisco
  • 3-3:30p for Alameda, Contra Costa North, Contra Costa South

What time is pickup and what if my schedule conflicts?

Middle School Camp: Wed June 19 @ 12 Noon (Pick up window is from 11:15-12:15 am)

High School Camp: Sat June 22 @ 12 Noon (Pick up window is from 11:15-12:15 pm)

Please add other parents, via the online registration, that are authorized to pick up your child if you’re unable to arrive promptly at pick­up. ­There is a late charge of $15 for pick up beyond the pickup window. (Paid by check or cash at pick up)