Housed in 4 different units, campers will enjoy living in traditional open air cabins with 10-12 other campers, plus one to two counselors.

Bathhouses are located in each unit and are within walking distance of every cabin.  There are 4 toilet and 4 shower stalls on each side of the bathroom, which is separated by gender.  All campers will eat meals at the dining hall.

 

Cherokee (Explorer and Equestrian campers; cabins 12 – 19)

Shawnee (Pioneer girls; cabins 22 – 29)

Creek (Camp Crafter and CIT campers; cabins 42 – 53)

Mingo (Pioneer boys; cabins 32A – 36B)

At Camp Piomingo, days are filled with activities at the Ropes Course and Pool, but that’s not all! Campers will also enjoy:

  • Archery
  • Nature
  • Crafts
  • BB guns
  • Sports
  • Ga-Ga
  • Hiking

The evening activities change depending on the night, but include all-camp games, cook outs with their cabin, and opening and final fires.

We are able to accommodate different dietary needs, including peanut/tree nut allergies, gluten allergies, dairy intolerance and vegetarian/vegan diets. While YMCA Camp Piomingo staff works closely with families regarding excellent accommodation of food allergies, please note that the possibility of exposure to peanuts/tree nuts/gluten does still exist.

If your camper has special dietary needs, please note it on your camper’s medical form in Camp Brain and email our Food Service Director, Theresa Banks (tbanks@ymcacamppiomingo.org), at least two weeks before your camper’s arrival at camp.