Camp Greenville

Y Camp Greenville is a resident camp...and so much more. Established in 1912 as a boys summer camp, it is now a legendary residential camp for boys and girls from throughout the region and the world. It  is also a retreat center for groups and an educational center for schools. Camp Greenville hosts numerous specialty camps and family camp weekends. Find out all the details at their website.

Registration is open for Summer 2013! 


    The YMCA Camp Greenville Branch is located on Standingstone Mountain, 4.5 miles off of Highway 276 at the North Carolina/South Carolina state line near Cedar Mountain, North Carolina.

    Camp Phone: 864.836.3291
    Metro Office: 864.242.1111, ext 58 (Camp Office in Greenville)

    Office Hours

    Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    Symmes Chapel

    Symmes Chapel is the Camp chapel and also known as "Pretty Place." The Camp chapel is open to the general public during daylight hours unless reserved for a wedding or Camp program. Visitors are encouraged to contact the Camp office before visiting, as the chapel is often booked for events - especially on weekends. All other Camp properties are reserved for registered campers, registered guests and program participants.  Visit our blog by clicking here.

    The History of Camp

    This presentation was made at the Upstate History Museum on January 11th, 2012.

    Online payments

    Make payments toward your camper's summer of adventure here!

    Online program payment guide.