Camp Al-Gon-Quian — Ann Arbor YMCA’s overnight camp for campers ages 6 through 16. (734) 661-8051

Camp Copneconic — A year-round camp and retreat center in Fenton. (810) 629-9622

Camp Eberhart — Located on Corey Lake, five miles west of Three Rivers. (888) 922-6732

Camp Echo — A coed, residential camp on Long Ryerson Lake for ages 8 to 17, near Fremont. Family Camps are also available. (231) 924-0829

Camp Hayo-Went-Ha — Offering single-gender, long-term programs in Central Lake. (877) 547-5915

Kimball Camp — Offers Day and Resident Camp programs year-round in Reading. (517) 283-2168

Camp Manitou-Lin — Day and overnight camps are available, as well as a Horse Day Camp program; located on Barlow Lake in Middleville. (888) 909-2267

Mystic Lake Camp — Horse riding, swimming, sports and “high adventure” activities are the focus; located in Lake. (517) 827-9650

Camp Ohiyesa or Camp Nissokone — Day, overnight and family camps in Holly. (248) 887-4533

Camp Pendalouan — Summer camps on Big Blue Lake in Montague, near Muskegon. (231) 894-4538

Camp Pinewood — Archery, fishing, drama and outdoor living skills are among the activities at this camp in Twin Lake. (231) 821-2421

Sherman Lake YMCA — Multiple special-interest day camps and resident camps are provided, including dance camp, horse camp, Gilmore Piano camp, and Weird Science camp; located near Augusta. (269) 731-3000

YMCA Storer Camps — Camps for kids and teens, ranging from First Timers camps to leadership training for older campers; located in Jackson. (517) 536-8607

Camp Timbers — Activities at this camp in West Branch include canoeing/kayaking, archeological digs, cooking, disc golf and more. Camps are held year-round. (989) 345-5385