• 2014 Theme Speaker

    Our 2014 theme speaker is the Reverend Amy Shaw from Lake Country UU Church in Hartland, Wisconsin. She will be speaking on the theme, "Sailing Strange Shores: The Wisdom of the Weird".
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  • Scholarship Information

    The YMCA reviews your application to confirm your financial needs and both organizations (YMCA and MUUSA) together provide the grant.
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  • Choose Your Own Room

    We are pleased to announce an improvement to the online registration process: when you register for 2014, and make your initial payment via PayPal, you will be taken to a campus map that will allow you to choose your own room.
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  • Join us.

    MUUSA Video Are you looking for more information about our beloved summer assembly? Check out this short video to see more of the attractions and activities available when you attend MUUSA.
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4th Annual Art Fair

Are you an artist or crafter attending MUUSA this year? Click here to learn more about our annual art and craft fair.

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Scholarship Information

Both MUUSA and the YMCA are committed to making the camp available to all and to provide need-based help. There are a limited number of need-based scholarships available on a first‐come basis, eligible for up to 100% of the cost of attending camp.

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Excursions

Take an adventure off YMCA property to one of the many nearby attractions. This year you will see some old favorites alongside some exciting, new opportunities.

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Housing Options

See detailed descriptions of our available housing options, including amenities, descriptions, and ideal occupants.

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MUUSA Web Brochure

The paper form is available in PDF format for everyone interested in the official publication campers receive in February.

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Program Descriptions

There's programming for everyone at MUUSA, from the loving care provided in the Nursery and Children's Programs, through the devoted guidance of our Junior and Senior High School communities, and even into fostering friendships with other Young Adults.

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