Camp Jefferson Summer Day Camp
A Program for All Children
Unfortunately and sadly, Camp Jefferson Summer Day Camp will not be returning for its 17th season of Camp in 2020 due to COVID-19. The staff will continually strive to offer exciting new activities on site and stimulating off-site trip experiences for the Camp 2021 program while still providing campers with their ever-favorite games and events.
The Camp Jefferson staff does its utmost to ensure that campers are in a safe and caring environment at all times. Its colorful state-of-the-art playground, open fields, rustic buildings, lake area, and woods lend themselves to a picturesque natural environment offering activities for kids of all ages.
Licensing & Inspections
Camp Jefferson Summer Day Camp is licensed by the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services’ Consumer, Environmental and Occupational Health Service under the Youth Camp Safety Act. In addition, the Camp facilities are thoroughly inspected each year by the Jefferson Township Health Department and the Jefferson Township Fire Bureau. The Camp’s lake is treated for aquatic vegetation on a regular basis by Aquatic Analysts, Inc, and the facilities are kept under repair throughout the year by the Jefferson Township Recreation Department’s park and maintenance crews.
The Camp’s rope courses, climbing wall with vertical playpen and zip line are inspected every year and repairs and upgrades are made when needed.
Registration is open to all children and not limited to only Jefferson Township residents. However, campers who are Jefferson Township residents are entitled to a $10 per week discount.
Early Bird registration provides a $30 discount per week!
Camp Jefferson Facility
Camp Jefferson consists of 96 acres of open space and boasts:
- A 40-foot rock-climbing wall including a vertical playpen and a 250 foot zip line
- An amphitheatre
- An archery range
- Basketball courts
- A high/low ropes challenge course
- A main community lodge with an industrial kitchen
- A movie theater
- Numerous cabins for free play
- Open grass fields
- Outdoor sports facilities
- A picnic pavilion
- A recreation hall
- A spring-fed lake for catch-and-release fishing and boating