Michelle Webb began working at Frost Valley YMCA in August 2016 as a Program Instructor and has since transitioned to be the Front Desk Supervisor. Michelle was drawn to Frost Valley because she loves the mountains and had heard that it was “the promised land” throughout other Y camping circles. The activity she enjoys most is spending time in the snow. She did not grow up around snow, so she was excited to experience it and partake in skiing and snowshoeing. Michelle believes that Frost Valley is a unique experience that gives students, groups and families a chance to interact in new and profound ways. Frost Valley is important to her because it provides the opportunity for people to be present in a way that is difficult to do in one’s day-to-day life. She enjoys being able to play a part in that by being the first interaction that guests have upon their arrival, and “helping them get in the proper mindset to create their own Frost Valley experience.”

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Frost Valley YMCA is a 5,500-acre, year-round camp - There's something for everyone here in the Valley. From group and family retreats to sleepaway camps to horse camps to teambuilding, we've got you covered. School groups love taking a three-night field trip to explore the natural world and learn about the environment and their classmates. Family weekends are the perfect getaway for the young and the young at heart. Teambuilding retreats afford corporate, collegiate, religious, and other groups the opportunity to challenge themselves and effectively work toward common goals. In the summertime we're where kids and teens gain independence, explore the world, and make lifelong friends through various camps such as traditional sleepaway camp, farm camp, horse camp, adventure trips, Bear Grylls Survival camp, and day camp. Call (845)985-2291 or email info@frostvalley.org to learn more today!

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