Your child’s wardrobe may currently include a heavy coat and mittens, but before you know it, sunscreen and a bathing suit will be back in the rotation. With warmer weather looming on the horizon, it’s not too early to check out these local day camps and programs, where your child will have the opportunity to grow and learn long after the last school bell rings.
Ambassador Christian Academy
Camp Ambassador Summer Camp provides activities for children with certified elementary and early education teachers running the program. For nine weeks, children join together for a fun time at this summer camp. Camp Ambassador offers exciting weekly themes the kids really enjoy.
535 Mullica Hill Road
Four Seasons Children’s Center
There’s summer fun here with special themes each week. Take advantage of flexible scheduling, swimming twice daily, and field trips for ages 9 and 10. This lucky age group will enjoy traveling for skating, bowling, museums, sports and much more. Enrolling children as young as 8 weeks up to 10 years old.
1190 S. Church St.
Great Times Day Camp
Great Times is the perfect mix of safe fun for kids and convenience and flexibility for their families. This summer camp takes great pride in watching families grow, as siblings come to camp for many years.
Katz JCC Summer Camp at Medford
If you want to give your child a summer of great friends, awesome day camp activities, new experiences and excitement, then this summer day camp, JCC Camps at Medford, is the place. This South Jersey camp is a 120-acre shaded site located in Medford. They’ll make new friends, try new camp activities and have the ultimate New Jersey summer camp experience. Contact the off-season office in Cherry Hill for details.
1301 Springdale Road
Liberty Lake Day Camp
Liberty Lake is the premier day camp and picnic grove in central New Jersey. Liberty Lake, in Mansfield Township, is located on 60 beautifully wooded acres and has a sparkling seven-acre lake as its centerpiece. Their incredible facilities, fun activities and friendly staff make it the ideal place for children and families alike.
1195 Florence-Columbus Road
The Malvern School
Summer fun begins here. At Malvern Day Camp, they provide a unique and outstanding summer camp program where children ages 5 to 14 years old explore and experience nature, increase overall fitness and athletic abilities, expand creative horizons, add new interests, establish friendships and have fun. Locations in New Jersey and Pennsylvania
1 (877) MALVERN
Moorestown Theater Company
Moorestown Theater Company’s award-winning musical theater camp runs Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Campers take classes in drama, improv, dance and music, and perform in a session-ending musical.
704 Kings Highway
Shining Lights Early Childhood Center
Discover how summer should be. Whether your child is in preschool or first through sixth grade, they deserve to have the best summer. Your child will enjoy a themed campus day each week, field trips, and swimming all summer long. Most importantly, they will build memories that will last a lifetime at Shining Lights.
1721 Springdale Road
Tall Pines Day Camp
Beneath the cool shelter of magnificent trees that fill the air with the beautiful aroma of pine, Tall Pines campers will experience the magic of summer. Campers at Tall Pines Day Camp will be able to choose from among many expertly guided, age-appropriate programs in athletics, nature, computers and the arts.
1349 Sykesville Road
Building character, friendships, and life-long memories for more than 100 years. YMCA Camp Ockanickon, Inc. has been serving children, families and communities since 1906. Children are given the opportunity to not only have the best summer of their lives, but also improve their social skills, develop a sense of independence, practice healthy risk taking, and learn from positive adult role models like their counselors and directors, many of whom started as campers themselves. Of course there is also the most important part of camp: fun.
1303 Stokes Road
Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 3, Issue 12 (February, 2013).
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