Camp Yale is a state of the art outdoor team building and leadership development center located within a 30 acre wooded recreational park in east central Indiana just south of the city of Winchester.
We specialize in facilitated team building and leadership development for corporations, organized adult groups, and young people of all ages. We offer a 15 stations a team building challenge course, a 50-foot climbing tower, 450-foot zip line, a one acre fishing pond, a 2-mile native tree and wildflower identification trail, shower facilities, a shelter house, campfire pits, and more.
We have a passion for leadership and team development in a relaxed, highly enjoyable outdoor retreat experience.
Camp Yale wants YOU! As a not-for-profit organization, Camp Yale depends on volunteer support to provide our services to the general public. We are currently looking for volunteers to become certified facilitators to supervise Rock Climbing Wall and Zip Line activities during public access hours, to teach and supervise outdoor education sessions, and to facilitate…Read more
Drew Lovern – Camp Yale Director You can contact Drew at email@example.com or at (765)584-9622 for more information. Come in to the Randolph County YMCA to pick up an application.Read more
Camp Yale is currently recruiting visionary, youth-focused individuals to continue to help Camp Yale grow. If you feel that you are one of these people, we would like to speak to you about becoming a board member of our growing organization. Contact us for more information about how you can make as impact with our…Read more
Randolph County KIDS, Inc., a non-profit corporation, was formed in 1991 to assist Randolph County young people involved in the juvenile system. This non profit organization was championed by Randolph County juvenile Judge, Jan Chalfant. Camp Yale was originally envisioned by Judge Chalfant as a program of this corporation. In 1998, the board of directors…Read more
“Assisting all youth, children and adults, in their physical, mental, and emotional development by providing opportunities to develop life skills, in an outdoor experiential learning environment.”Read more