Welcome to Camp Jaycee, a residential summer camp in the Pocono Mountains offering recreational activities to adults with intellectual developmental disabilities! 

Programs and Activities

Every day is an adventure at Camp Jaycee.

The day is divided into five periods: three before lunch and two afterwards, plus an evening program. Campers may go to the athletic field for a game of soccer or dodgeball in the morning; they might then visit the crafts area to create an art project. After enjoying lunch, it’s time for rest hour, followed by swim. The afternoon periods can be spent on a paddleboat, or maybe at nature or dance. All activities are geared to the individual campers ability. There’s always fun things to do at Camp Jaycee.

Program & Activities

Swimming: Campers swim in our small spring-fed pond. The swimming area is sectioned off and is about three feet deep.

Arts & Crafts: We encourage creativity through painting, pottery and other projects.

Dance and Movement: Our dance program encourages physical fitness, and aids with eye-hand coordination.

Boating: Groups of campers enjoy our paddleboats and row boats.

Sports and Games: Campers enjoy soccer, basketball, tennis, volleyball and group games. They develop their physical abilites as well as teamwork and social skills.

Nature & Sensory: Llamas, rabbits, pigs and other animals inhabit the petting zoo. Campers also enjoy the beautyl sensory garden, where they can relax and enjoy the calming nature elements surronding them.

Evening Activities: Each evening, the whole camp comes together for special activities such as dances, drama, the Olympics, movies and many more.