Summer Camps 2023
Featured summer programs
Cambridge School Summer Study
Programs for children grades K to 12.
Children with learning differences are often affected by the lapse in instruction over summer months which can lead to the summer slide. Cambridge School's Summer Program offers a unique opportunity for students to continue receiving academic instruction in the morning and participate in enrichment activities in the afternoon. Each camp day starts with morning academics - language, reading, writing, and math. In the afternoon, students can participate in the Adventure Club or a selection of intensive Speech/Language and Occupational therapy programs. The summer session will run for four weeks from June 26 - July 21. Call or visit their website to find out more about summer at Cambridge School!
Day camp for rising 1st - 9th grade
FalRooney Camp is run by Coach Johnny Rooney, a teacher, coach and camp director for the past 25 years. The camp offers children the chance to play, build social skills, work on team work, and compete all while learning good sportsmanship, making new friends, and getting tons of exercise. “IT’S LIKE GYM CLASS ALL DAY LONG!!” They teach respect, responsibility, winning, and losing while still having fun. Camp is for rising 1st - 9th grade and runs for four weeks (June 26- June 30, July 17-21, Aug 7-11, and Aug 14-18) from 9 am - 2 pm. They also offer pre-camp and post-camp for families that need extra child care from 8 - 9 am and 2 - 6 pm.
Goddard School of Skillman
Summer with Goddard is back for 2023! Goddard has a ton of fun and exciting events planned for the summer. All their popular guests and programs from last year will be back, including the Kindergarten Readiness Program, Splash Days, Amazing Athletes, Eyes of the Wild, Brian Richards Magic & Comedy, Mr. Scott the Music Man, The Turtle Show, Fit4Kids, Mister Softee, and The Bug Show. In addition, for the first time, campers will be taking trips to the Philadelphia Zoo, Adventure Aquarium, Legoland Discovery Center, and more!
Kiddie Academy of Hillsborough
Day camp for kids ages three months to 12 years
Kiddie Academy of Hillsborough is a premier child care facility offering full and half day weekly summer camps including age-appropriate summer curriculum, parent cameras and healthy meals prepared on-site in our full-service kitchen, for kids ages 3 months to 12 years. Summer camps include outdoor adventures, swimming lessons and transportation, water play, arts, music, dance parties, sports, live character appearances, a petting zoo and so much more! Their little campers will also get to experience hands-on STEAM based activities, themed events and field trips to Jersey Shore Pirates, Liberty Science Center, Turtle Back Zoo, Planetarium, Crayola Experience, and museums. Summer Camps 2023 will run for 10 weeks starting June 26 to September 1.
The Little Gym of Montgomery and Hillsborough
Camp for ages 3 to 12 years
Get a healthy dose of FUN this summer at The Little Gym! Their Super Quest & Skill Thrill camps will beat the summer heat and boredom away. They provide flexible camp packages with half and full day camp options. Whether it’s four days, three days, two days, or one day a week, each week and day offers unique programming, activities, and skill focus. The Little Gym camps welcome independent and fun-loving children ages 3 to 12 years to stay physically strong and active all summer long! Enroll now online or call for more information.
Montgomery Evangelical Free Church Music Camp
Music and theater camp for ages 9 to grade 8
Music Camp is a musical adventure with a Christian emphasis for kids from nine years old up to those who have completed 8th grade. In one week, July 10 - 14, the camp will put together a musical production and perform it on Friday night. It’s all about singing, choreography, and acting. “A Star is Born” is a Christmas (yes! Christmas in July!) musical that teaches to “get down” in humility and allow God to use us for His glory. The kids lead through shining moments, such as “The Greatest Story Ever Told” and “We Three Kings.” Music camp is limited to 35 campers. Register early to reserve a place. Please do not register if your camper is not able to attend camp every day or is unavailable for the performance.
Summers @ Pennington
Summer camp experiences for ages 6 - 15
Summers at Pennington provides a variety of weekly summer camp programs for ages 6-15, plus a new day camp for 2023 with weekly themes for ages 6-10. Summers @ Pennington offers a wide range of inspiring camps and programs that allow campers to explore subjects and ideas that interest them. Find the perfect combination of camps and make this summer one of discovery and adventure and FUN! Weekly specialty camps include Outdoor Adventure, STEM, Sports, Arts, Enrichment programs, and much more!
Princeton Day School
Camps for pre-K to grade 12
PDS offers an impressive roster of half-day, full-day, one-week, and two-week academics, sports, arts and adventure programs on the school’s 106-acre campus. Built-in scheduling flexibility allows parents to create summer camp experiences that blend academics and fun. Camp facilities include air-conditioned STEAM Centers, art studios and classrooms, along with a new athletic center, playing fields, an organic garden and nature trails. Everyone is welcome to attend; campers do not have to be enrolled at PDS.
Princeton Montessori Summer Quest
Day camp for 18 months to 6 years
SummerQuest at Princeton Montessori School is a wholesome, stimulating, nurturing experience for your child. For children from 18 months through 6 years, the Toddler and Primary programs offer age-appropriate fun in a safe and caring environment. The summer program is unique and separate from the school year, in that the novel experiences they design for the children revolve around: outdoor time, arts and crafts, special visitors, theater, and favorite traditions including gardening and water-play days. There's plenty of time for daydreaming and unstructured play with new and familiar friends. Princeton Montessori School follows the Covid-19 guidelines set by NJ DOH and CDC. Full-day and part-day options are available between 7:30 am - 6:00 pm.
Princeton Photo Workshop
Photo camp for teens
Watch your teen, ages 13-17, become an amazing photographer, from beginner to advanced in one week. Learn and practice using their cameras to take interesting pictures. Learn digital photo editing to go from taking pictures to making their photographs into art. Camp runs from July 10-14, July 31-August 4. “Loved the camp! As a camper, I appreciated the warm and patient help of the instructors and it was one of the highlights of my summer.” - Alex
Rutgers Preparatory School Summer Programs
Day camp and summer school
You can find the perfect summer program for your children of every age at Rutgers Preparatory School. MiniBlast Camp (3 to 6-year-olds) is designed to build self-confidence and a positive attitude toward friendships and new explorations. SummerBlast Camp, which offers students ages 7 through 14 the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of activities, promotes cooperation, healthy competition, self-awareness, and positive self-esteem. Hone your craft or learn a new skill in one of the many sports, finance, tech or other exciting specialty camps and classes offered throughout the summer. The outstanding academic Summer School, offering courses in many disciplines, provides the opportunity for advanced credit or enrichment in a variety of levels of learning. The professional staff at Rutgers Preparatory School Summer Programs can make this the best summer ever for your kids. Join in and be a part of the fun, learning, and growth!
YMCA Camp Mason
Overnight camps, day camps, and adventure trips
Camp Mason offers families a unique blend of traditional and adventure summer camp experiences. Generations of campers and families from all walks of life have called Camp Mason their summer home since 1900, creating memories and friendships that last a lifetime. For children and young people, summer camp at Camp Mason builds confidence, self esteem and relationships while developing independence and empathy. It’s also an opportunity for kids to switch off, go techfree and enjoy spending time outdoors. Register today THE BEST SUMMER EVER!
Blue Starfish Creative Arts Center
Day camps and an open studio.
Camp themes include Pottery, Resin, STEAM, Cake Decorating, Knitting, Mixed Media, Tie Dye, Jewelry Making, and More! They teach lifelong art skills that the students develop through their own creativity. The learning environment helps campers gain confidence through their artistic abilities in an enjoyable and educational setting. All camps are available for half day and full day, with optional lunch packages.
Coding day camps
Figuring out how to spend school breaks can be challenging, but coding camps at theCoderSchool can be a great way to keep kids learning through their time away from school. theCoderSchool Montgomery offers a variety of coding and STEM in-person summer camp programs including, robotics, coding with drones, game design, cyber security, A.I, and much more making coding fun and engaging while honing in on your kid’s passions and motivations. Kids code throughout the week then demonstrate their creation on Fridays. Their camps provide coding lessons for kids as well as fun offline activities to create a uniquely collaborative environment where the kids work together, code together, and have a rockin’ fun summer together! Join them this summer where there are no limits on your child's imagination and what they can bring to life!
Girl Scouts Heart of NJ - Camp Agnes DeWitt
Camp for girls entering grades K - 10
Established in 1958, on 152 acres in the Sourland Mountains, this day camp features a wide variety of activities for girls entering grades K-10. Campers enjoy the outdoors, relax under covered pavilions, and may try their hand at swimming, archery, test themselves with the zip line and low ropes challenges, hike on various trails, create arts & crafts, and practice outdoor skills. With general and specialty programs, there is something for everyone.
The Lewis School Summer Study & Enrichment
Programs for kindergarten through high school
When smart, creative children fall behind with schoolwork, even the most resilient may lose motivation to do their best. Concerned parents turn to The Lewis School to understand the reasons and unlock their children’s potential. Lewis brings the benefits of evidence-based, educational neuroscience to every classroom. Master Teachers instruct students how to harness effective learning, replacing passive memorization with multisensory strategies that tap the many senses and capacities of the brain. Morning academics emphasize fundamental, accelerated and advanced levels of instruction, study skills, and critical thinking. Afternoon options are ideal for artistic, athletic and STEM/STEAM oriented students. Speech programs include the Power of Positivity and Public Speaking for students who are anxious, hesitant to be heard, or born actors. Their SAT, ACT and college application PREP program is second to none. NJAIS, NAIS accredited. Their programs run from June 26 to July 14.
Montgomery Baseball Camp
Day camp for grades 3 to 9
The Montgomery Baseball & Softball League is once again hosting its baseball Futures Camp run by Montgomery High School Varsity Assistant Baseball Coach Cory Weingart and Varsity players. Participants will enjoy advanced baseball drills and skills-building as well as fun individual and team-oriented competition. All activities will be held at the McKnight Complex in Montgomery. Pizza will be provided for all participants. This year’s baseball camp will be offered in two weekly sessions running from Monday through Thursday. Session 1: Rising Grades 3 through 5; July 31 – August 3 from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm. Session 2: Rising Grades 6 through 9; August 7 – August 10 from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm.
Montgomery Softball Camp
Montgomery High School Softball Head Coach Bryan Upshaw is hosting a Softball Summer Camp for players looking to build and refine their skills. The camp will be run by coaches and players from the Montgomery High School Softball team, and it will focus on basic and advanced softball drills, game situations, and fun competitions. All activities will be held at Montgomery High School. This year’s softball camp will be held from July 10 – July 13 from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm.
Princeton Ballet School Summer Programs
Dance camps and classes
Princeton Ballet School’s Advanced Summer Intensive is a 5-week program designed to nurture a dancer’s technical and artistic progress. This program attracts advanced students from all over the globe. Princeton Ballet School also offers a Summer Intensive Juniors program and a Summer Intensive Intermediates program. Additionally, classes for children are offered throughout the summer months.
Princeton Friends Summer Camp
Day camp for PreK to Grade 8
Princeton Friends Summer Camp offers campers a summer full of adventure, creativity, fun, and community within the bucolic setting of the Princeton Friends School campus. Princeton Friends Summer Camp (PFSC) features arts and crafts, games of all sorts, music, drama, weekly special events, and time spent every afternoon constructing stick-and-log “villages” in our woods. While campers spend the majority of the day in their units with same age fellow campers, there are parts of the day, such as Community and swimming, when we enjoy mixed-age activities.
Since 1976, the camp has provided a fun, exciting, and nurturing environment for children of all ages. Located on 225 acres of fields and woods with four heated swimming pools, air conditioned interior spaces, and includes such activities as aquatics, athletics, performing arts, creative arts, outdoor education, horseback riding, and so much more. Door to camp bus service.
Rec n Crew Camp, YOM, & Monty Parks & Recreation Programs
A wide variety of camps and programs
Montgomery Parks and Recreation is excited to bring back trips and rebrand our 6th-8th grade camp, now called Youth of Montgomery (YOM). We are also preparing for another amazing season of Rec n Crew camp for grades 1-6! Rec n Crew will be filled with special guest entertainment, themed weeks, arts & crafts, games and plenty of fun! The Parks and Recreation Department is also offering multiple sport camps as well as creative camps! Please keep an eye out for our newsletter that will be mailed out in the middle of March. Registration for Rec n Crew, YOM, and all other camps will begin on Monday, March 20th. As always, Montgomery Parks and Recreation’s top priority is to make sure all participants have a safe and fun experience! If you have questions about any of our camps or programs, please call (609) 466-3023. You can also keep up to date with all things “Rec” by visiting our website and signing up for our e-newsletters.
Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart
Day camps for all ages
Discover the possibilities this summer at Stuart! Stuart’s summer camp for boys and girls starts June 12 and offers programs for all ages and levels through the end of August. The program includes both co-ed and all-girls camps, with robust arts, athletics, and academic and STEM offerings that are led by Stuart faculty and staff. Stuart offers a robust experience for students to explore a variety of interests and talents.
Watershed Nature Camp
Nature day camp
Watershed Nature Camp celebrates 50 years of camp in 2023! The camp provides a spirited mix of nature, science, play and community for children in 1st through 9th grade. Camp takes place on a sprawling 950-acre nature reserve, which includes wildflower meadows, the serene Stony Brook, quiet Wargo Pond, and acres of sheltering forests. Every day, campers at the Watershed Nature Camp explore, engage and experience the wild, natural world around them. Favorite activities are hiking the trails, building shelters, meeting critters and cooling off in streams. As campers get older, they will experience even greater adventures — cookouts, camping, and trips!
Watershed Academy for High School Students
Environmental program for high school students
The Watershed Academy for High School Students are week-long environmental investigations that use real-world issues. Each session is designed to invoke a sense of wonder and inquiry into the environment. Students explore environmental careers alongside professors and professionals through hands-on activities in clean water, stream science, environmental advocacy, and climate science while they engage in scientific techniques and actual conservation projects. Financial Aid available.