Join us this summer for a safe and engaging experience at Camp Connection and give your camper the opportunity to build friendships in a welcoming environment.  

Each week includes:  

  • A new and exciting theme  
  • Hands-on projects, activities, and engaging free-choice options  
  • An opportunity to build friendships and memories in a small group with other similar-aged campers 
  • Weekly field trips and swim trips 

Camp Connection offers weekly enrollment from June 13-August 12. Half-day camp hours are 12-6 p.m. Full-day camp hours are 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Campers will participate in supervised self-directed activities, play outside, and enjoy fun games with friends.  

Campers participate in bi-weekly off-site field trips. One trip per week will be to a local aquatic facility. Campers receive a t-shirt on their first day at camp that should be worn during all off-site activities, including swim trips.

Wisconsin Youth Company puts the health and safety of campers and staff first. All programs follow CDC, public health and Department of Children & Families guidelines.  

Tuition assistance is available to families for all programs.

If you need support paying summer camp deposits, please contact us at

You may register or add weeks any time until the end of the business day on Friday (5 p.m.) six business days prior to the week being requested, provided space is available.

8 Programs
Open Registration

Mon-Thurs Half-Day Fee | Mon-Thurs Half-Day & Full-Day Friday

What’s the best thing about summer camp? That everyone can join the fun! This week we kick-off camp with activities and projects that everyone can enjoy, and give a snapshot of all of the cool things your camper(s) can expect this summer at Wisconsin Youth Company. Campers will make new friends and revisit with old friends as we play large group games, get messy with some arts & crafts, and celebrate the start to a great summer! 

Presenter: Challenge Island

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Art comes in all shapes and sizes. We’re going beyond coloring and getting creative with all forms of art. From painting to origami and acting to singing, campers will brush up on their art skills and warm up their vocals as we bring out the artist in all of us.   

Field Trip: Milwaukee Art Museum
Presenter: Stickman

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This week campers will focus on spreading kindness to others at camp and beyond! Groups will participate in service-learning activities, as well as large group events that encourage campers to be kind friends. We’ll also take time to show kindness to our Earth as we visit a local farm and learn about gardening. 

Field Trip: Jellis Market

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Whether your camper is ready to dip their toes or jump right in, we will all have fun during our water- themed week. We’ll be guaranteed to stay cool with water games like sponge tag and drip, drip, drop. It’s going to be a splashtastic week! 

Field Trip: Nixon Splash Pad

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When the sun is shining and the weather is fine, there’s no excuse for not getting outside to PLAY! This week is all about celebrating games and activities that all campers can do together. Groups will be engaging in all the classic large and small group games, as well as making up a few new ones along the way. 

Field Trip: TBD

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County Fair
Jul 18-22
$155 / $200

Animals, shows, and crafts, oh my! This week campers will put on their own camp county fair, with art showcases, talent performances, and carnival games galore. Groups can see how they stack up to the real deal at the end of the week, when they visit the Waukesha County Fair. 

Field Trip: Waukesha County Fair 

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Mon-Fri Full-Day Fee

This week is all about celebrating campers and encouraging them to be their best selves. We’re all a little wacky and that’s what makes us wonderful. Things might be a little silly as camp staff plan themed days like Wear Your Pajamas to Camp or Wacky Hair Day. 

Field Trip: Frame Park and Waukesha Museum

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It’s going to be an udderly wonderful week! Down on the “camp farm,” campers will create animal themed crafts and enjoy games with friends. There’s no end to the fun as we learn about life on the farm. 

Field Trip: Minooka Park and Bear Den Zoo

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Please note: Families are varied and the use of the word Parent(s) refers to the adult(s) who are responsible for the child(ren).

Weekly Schedule  |  Days of the week and activity times may vary slightly from the provided sample schedule. Weekly welcome letters with camp-specific details are emailed to Parents.    

Monday Kick-Off  |  On Monday, counselors welcome campers, review rules & emergency procedures, and share weekly plans with campers.   

Snack & Lunch  |  Morning (full-day camp only) and afternoon snacks are served daily. Campers bring their own nut-free lunch. Lunches should be packed so that they do not require refrigeration or heating. Milk is available daily for snack and lunch.  

Field Trips/Presenters  |  Camps take one field trip and one swim trip weekly, transportation is provided by school bussing partners. Some camps may take walking field trips to nearby parks or other locations during the week, approved by the program manager. Details will be shared in weekly email welcome letters.      

Group Time  |  Campers will spend the majority of their camp week in established small groups of 12-18 campers based on age. Each small group is led by a counselor who facilitates age-appropriate, theme-related activities for their assigned group of campers.  

Camp Connection Fees  |  per child, per week 

Mon-Thurs Half-day

  • June 13-July 1  |  $155
  • July 5-8 (4-day week)  |  $125

Mon-Thurs Half-day & Full-day Friday

  • June 13-July 1  |  $200
  • July 5-8 (4-day week)  |  $175

Mon-Fri Full-day

  • August 1-12  |  $250

Weekly Deposits  |  Deposits are applied toward weekly fees and are non-refundable and non-transferable. 
$25 per child, per week 

If you need support paying summer camp deposits, please contact us at

Remaining Fees  |  Remaining weekly fee (less deposit) is due by the end of the business day Monday (5 p.m.) five business days prior to the start of program.

Tuition assistance is available to families for all programs.