Every day is an adventure at Camp Jaycee. Highly trained counselors and specialists lead the campers in terrific activities. The day is divided into five periods: three before lunch, and two afterward, plus an evening program. Campers may go to the athletic field for a game of soccer or dodgeball in the morning; they may then visit the crafts area to create an art project. After enjoying lunch, its time for rest hour, followed by a swim. The afternoon periods could be spent on a paddleboat, or maybe nature or dance. There are always fun things to do at Camp Jaycee.
Camp Jaycee strives on providing a premiere summer camp experience for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. In doing that we make the health and safety of both our campers and staff a priority.
Camp Jaycee is requiring all campers and staff to be up-to-date on the COVID-19 vaccination prior to their arrival at camp.
Campers must upload a copy of their COVID-19 Vaccination card to their CampBrain account. If they are uncomfortable doing that, they may request a waiver and have their doctor sign a confirmation of their vaccination. It is very likely that prior to arriving at Camp Jaycee you will need to provide a negative COVID-19 test. We will be finalizing these protocols before May 1, 2022
If you have already registered for the summer of 2022 and do not have or plan to have your vaccination, please contact [email protected] to withdraw your registration. You will be provided a full refund if camp is notified by February 18, 2022.