What You'll Get
Choose from Four Options
- $1,785 for four weeks of MBYC Day Camp for five half days per week ($2,967 value)
- $1,950 for four weeks of MBYC Day Camp for five full days per week ($3,440 value)
- $2,500 for seven weeks of MBYC Day Camp for five half days per week ($4,300 value)
- $2,850 for seven weeks of MBYC Day Camp for five full days per week ($4,985 value)
Campers swim in the two pools with certified swim instruction, play tennis and other sports, kayak, run around on a private beach, and learn inside air-conditioned rooms. They also participate in arts and crafts, explore the outdoors during science nature walks, cook goodies, and visit with specialists from programs such as Mad Science, Super Soccer Stars, Musical Munchkins, and Maritime Aquarium. The camper-to-staff ratio (as few as two campers to one staff member for the 2 year olds) allows kids to receive a lot of personalized attention.
MBYC Day Camp, which is for kids ages 2–7 (all campers must be potty trained), runs from June 30 to August 15. Morning sessions run from 9 a.m. to noon. Full-day sessions run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Both sessions include lunch.
By redeeming, purchasers agree to MBYC terms and conditions.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 1, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4/person. Valid only for option purchased. Registration required. Campers attending 4-week program may select any 4 weeks betw 6/30-8/15/14. Camp closed 7/4. New clients only. Valid for ages 2-7 only. Must reserve by 6/1/14. Junior Membership fee included; doesn't entitle camper to utilize grounds and facilities at MBYC outside of camp hours. Family membership that provide full access to MBYC available for an additional fee. Valid only for 2014 camp season. By redeeming, purchasers agree to MBYC terms and conditions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mamaroneck Beach and Yacht Club
It would be hard to imagine a more fitting location for Mamaroneck Beach and Yacht Club. The club takes up residence on a waterfront estate, which was designed by architect Stanford White in 1885. Thirteen acres surround visitors with scenic views of Long Island Sound and docks full of yachts. The historic main house, lush gardens, and a private beach also distinguish the grounds—as do ample outdoor activities.
Lifeguards oversee two pools, and two large fields and nine Har-Tru tennis courts set the stage for sports. Nearby, a shaded outdoor cafe makes an ideal place to eat lunch between games. In the clubhouse, which overlooks Long Island Sound, patrons can sit down for a more formal meal, complete with award-winning cuisine.