“Dad, campers are tough. I want to go back tomorrow.”
Camp Twin Lakes
We wish you a blessed Thanksgiving Day! The YMCA of Greater Williamson County is very thankful for all of our committed members and Campers! #ForABetterUs
2 DAYS!! Check here when the clock strikes 12:00 AM on November 24th! #GivetheGiftofCamp #2017BlackFriday
Did you know 2018 Overnight Summer Camp registration is open NOW? Stay tuned right here for the ONE day only deal. #2017BlackFriday #GivetheGiftofCamp
4 days until Black Friday is here!! Stay tuned for the deal you won't want to miss! #GivetheGiftofCamp #2017BlackFriday
Keep the kids busy this Thanksgiving with these 25 fun craft ideas! #ForABetterUs
Camp Twin Lakes — where the everyday grind is wiped away and your sense of adventure and fun are renewed! We are here to make your kids feel welcome. To help them quickly realize this is a place where they belong and can be themselves. Try new things. Make new friends. And be a part of something great. Your kids will have an amazing experience this summer, all in a safe, inclusive and nurturing environment. Featuring a wide variety of both water and land activities, Camp Twin Lakes has something to excite everyone – whether it’s kids, families, church groups, executives or the truly young-at-heart.
During the late 1990s, the YMCA of Greater Williamson County and Williamson County entered into a long term agreement for the YMCA to develop and manage Twin Lakes Park, a 55-acre county park in Cedar Park. The dream was to create a magical place for kids and their families to enjoy the benefits of recreation, day and residential camps, sports programs, outdoor education and community events in an environment designed especially for them. Today, that dream is a reality thanks to a visionary collaboration between the YMCA, Williamson County, Texas Parks and Wildlife, the City of Cedar Park, Round Rock ISD, Home Depot and LCRA. As a result of this progressive partnership, YMCA Camp Twin Lakes is able to provide access to park-based family recreation as well as a unique, meaningful outdoor experience for over 2,000 children every year.