NJ Camp Jaycee accepts registrations on a first come, first served basis.
Camp Tuition: COMING SOON
All fees must be paid in full by June 1, 2019.
A $150.00 non-refundable application fee is required with the submission of an application.
Please take advantage of our referral program by recommending a new camper to Camp Jaycee. Our referral program is based on a $100 credit and is exclusive to all current campers. It has no monetary value. The referral credit will be credited to the camper’s account after the referred camper has completed their first week of camp. Please make sure the referred camper completes the referral information on the application at the time of registration.
Camp Jaycee Administration will assist families and caregivers with funding resources and camperships.
Camp Jaycee Payment Plans
This season we are offering payment plans for private pay participants. Payment plans can be arranged by contacting Nicole Davis-Goodwin, Coordinator of Camping Services at 732-737-8279. Payment plans must be submitted in writing and will be approved at the time of registration. All payment plans must be satisfied before the camper attends camp.
This program is provided by generous donations annually. Camp Jaycee is able to provide a partial scholarship to assist families based on their annual household income. Click below for more information about our scholarships.
This option is for campers in the state of New Jersey under age 21. The Division of Children and Families (DCF) provide a program called PerformCare to help assist families with payment towards camp. Families must apply annually, there is a deadline for more information and updates CLICK HERE
Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD)
The Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) provides public funding for services and supports that assist New Jersey adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities age 21 and older to live as independently as possible. Services and supports are available in the community from independent providers, and in five state-run developmental centers. For more information please CLICK HERE