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NJ Camp Jaycee is located on 185 acres in the beautiful Pocono Mountains in Effort, Pennsylvania.
Our administrative office is located at 985 Livingston Avenue in North Brunswick, NJ.
NJ Camp Jaycee has a residential camp which runs for eight weeks June – August. Residential camp weeks run from Sunday to Saturday.
The residential camp fee for the 2017 camp season is $850 per week.
There is a $150.00 non-refundable deposit which is due when you submit your application. The balance of your camp fee is due four weeks prior to your coming to camp.
Are you kidding?! NJ Camp Jaycee is packed full of sports, art, dancing, trails, music, nature, swimming, boating, games, campfires, movies, and more! There are many new friends to be made and terrific staff who will help you find just the right activitiy, no matter what your interests or activity level.
Between 80 and 160 per session
7 to 70… average age approx. 30
8 campers per cabin
counselors study or studied something in human services (education, psych, social work. etc) They receive 6 days of all day training delivered by camp supervisory staff.
8 campers and 2 counselors per cabin
4 to 1
All of the cabin are equipped with air-conditioners, as well as fans and open air screen “windows” for ventilation
Yes, there are toilets in each cabin. Showers are centrally located near cabins.
A large pond.. swimming area enclosed with aluminum docks and highly supervised
All medicine is poured and administered by the camp nursing staff… pills are counted on intake(check-in day, must be in their original prescription bottles)
We have a typical camp menu. We serve traditional meals. Peanut butter is served at camp. We have many picky eaters at camp and are successful at finding alternatives for most campers. We recommend that families that have this concern send highly-preferred foods.
All visitors must arrange a time with the camp director and all visitors must be escorted by camp staff.