Registration Information


Camp drop-off will begin at 8:45 each morning and end at 9:00. Camp pick-up will begin at 3:45 and end at 4:00.

Camp J also had extended care options. Get Up Gang begins at 8:00am and runs until the beginning of the camp day. Stay and Play begins at the end of camp and ends at 5:30pm.




Trek & Young Leaders

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Prior to May 1st full refunds will be processed for any cancellations. After May 1st, your camp deposit (25% of camp fees) will be retained on all cancellations. In case of cancellation, notification to the camp office must be at least 2 BUSINESS DAYS prior to the session beginning in order to receive a refund. No refunds will be given without written or email notification. Additionally, all changes or switches to camp weeks will be processed at no charge prior to May 1st. After May 1st, changing/switching a week will result in a fee of $25.


Sign up one child at the regular registration price, and all other campers from the same household will receive a $10.00 discount per week of camp.


A limited amount of financial aid available; the deadline to apply is April 1st. Financial assistance may run out prior to this date. Applications submitted after April 1 will be considered only if additional funds remain. Applicants will need to submit tax documents from 2021 to apply. Registration must be completed prior to your financial aid application being considered.  No fees will be charged until the applicant has accepted the scholarship amount.


We want you to know that Camp J takes the health and safety of your child very seriously and as such, has adopted the following policy: all members of our community must be adequately immunized against all preventable diseases as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices*. Immunization records will be requested upon registration. As of January 2023, Camp J is not requiring the COVID-19 vaccine for campers. We reserve the right to make changes to this policy per guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The routine vaccination of all children and staff is an important public health matter, especially in the confined environment of a community center with vulnerable populations present. 

For more information visit the following CDC website:  https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/hcp/imz/child-adolescent.html

 *Exceptions to the immunization policy will only be granted where the camper’s health care practitioner determines that a medical exemption is necessary to maintain the camper’s health.