Sleepaway and Day Camps


What Kind of Camp Are You Looking?


Results for Camps
Showing 161 - 180 of 180
  • Campers will be immersed in the Spanish language through engaging in games, stories, theater, and songs throughout the morning. Imagine a water balloon fight in Spanish! They will also practice Spanish as they prepare and cook their own lunch each day. Who: Students entering grades 1-4 When: July 8-12, 9:00-1:00 Cost: $330 includes food for preparing lunch each […]

  • Age appropriate programs which include aquatics, art, athletics, water sports, trips and electives. Who: Kids and teens ages 3 – 15. When: Enroll for either 4 week, 5, week, 6 week, 7 week or 8 week sessions. Cost: Rates are dependent on age and length of program. Please check website for dates and rates. For more information call […]

  • Overnight Camp is an exciting adventure with lots of different things to do each and every day! From first thing in the morning till bed time, a day at Camp Mason is filled with opportunity: make a friend, try something new, test your limits, or watch the world – summer camp helps us learn to live […]

  • Is your 3-6 year-old out of school in June before our camp session starts? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! June Bugs offers children ages 3-Kindergarten a safe, fun, and creative first-time camp experience. Children grow in self-reliance, confidence, and self-esteem, while building new skills. Children are grouped according to their age and move through […]

  • For most children this is their first introduction to the camp experience. We focus on socialization, verbal communication skills, and positive social behavior. Children participate in group free play, art, music, story time, and physical activities. Where: Geyer Family YMCA, 159 Glenridge Ave., Montclair 
Who: Kids 2 years old (Children must be 2 years old […]

  • Campers have an opportunity to turn off technology and experience their community and beyond. Each week campers spend 2 days ‘in house’ participating in hands on activities, swimming at the Y, leadership skills building and giving back to the community. The remaining three days are spent on trips—near and far. Our website will post our […]

  • Summer learning should be fun, encouraging and educational. Our A.C.E. campers engage in hands-on learning that reinforces literacy, math, reading comprehension and social/emotional skills. Certified teachers and aides use relevant, kid-friendly themes to create the educational structure. Included in camp is science, art, music, physical play with elective options for self-exploration. 
Where: TBD
 Who: Kids […]

  • This American Camp Association accredited camp provides children with exciting adventures, cooperative learning, and tons of fun! Campers have an action-packed day starting right after the fun bus ride with morning announcements and wacky events at camp opening. The day then consists of a variety of activities in smaller groups that may include arts and […]

  • The YMCA invented the game of basketball! The YMCA of Montclair invented Y.B.A. to nurture basketball enthusiasts. We provide all day programming for campers to further develop skills, learn game strategies, and achieve goals on and off the court. Each day is spent improving fundamentals, performing interactive drills, building offensive and defensive skills, playing in-house […]

  • Early Adventures offers children ages 3-Kindergarten a safe, fun, and creative first-time camp experience. Children grow in self-reliance, confidence, and self-esteem, while building lots of new skills. Children are grouped according to their age and move through the program center to different activities and adventures throughout the day. All special events and activities are created […]

  • Explorers is designed to spark your child’s imagination, grow new friendships, and assist in discovering new talents each and every day. With creatively planned activities, campers enjoy their summer to the fullest and look forward to returning each year. Every week at Explorers is filled with fun, age-appropriate activities and trips to local destinations. In […]

  • G.A.P. camp helps bridge the gap between the summer months and the new school year. This camp is offered for a half-day, leaving plenty of time to enjoy the afternoon or to attend Summer Sparks camp (in the same location). Led by Elementary Educators, we provide all of the materials, plenty of books to read, […]

  • At New Discoveries Camp our staff believes it is important to meet every child’s physical, creative, and emotional needs. Children are given the opportunity to play with and meet new friends. They learn new games and skills during specialty activities, which include sports, STEM, nature, science, Healthy U nutrition, cooperative games, creative arts, drama, and […]

  • Quest is a win-win for teens and parents alike! This camp provides a four-week long opportunity for campers to gain a foundation that leads to confidence, leadership skills and tools that are necessary for life and the workforce. After two weeks of hands-on learning, the teens get to put their newly acquired skills to the […]

  • Summer Sparks enrichment programs are all completely hands-on and highly interactive. Program examples are STEM, Arts, Physical Activity, Social Skills and so much more. It’s your child’s choice of morning or afternoon sessions or sign up for a full day (2 sessions). Enrichment activities expand the minds of campers and keep them educationally engaged in […]

  • A typical class gets the children: singing, dancing, skipping, marching, jogging, shaking, laughing, hopping, limbo‐ing, and storytelling all while practicing yoga to music! The children will get their bodies moving, learn about meditation and breathing, and do related crafts and activities to introduce them to the ancient practice of yoga in a developmentally appropriate way. […]

  • The Museum’s baseball camp is directed by Andrew Mulvey, baseball coach at Wardlaw-Hartridge High School, whose staff includes top collegiate baseball players as instructors. Through specialized stations and game competition, the camps focus on fun and fundamentals – while providing instruction in proper hitting, bunting, pitching, baserunning, fielding, position play and more. Who: Boys ages 7-13. […]

  • The Museum’s 2020 softball camp is directed by Anita Kubicka, the all-time winningest coach in Montclair State softball history. Anita is currently entering her 28th season with the Red Hawks. During her tenure at MSU, Kubicka has produced 38 All-Americans, while setting numerous University and NCAA records. Designed for ages 7-13, the YBMLC softball camp […]

  • Campers will be introduced to the extraordinary world of animals, nature, and science for our week long camps that run in June, July and August. Kids will enjoy age-appropriate themed camps that include games, teacher-led lessons, behind-the-scenes visits, up-close animal encounters, hands-on science, and fun crafts. Who: Various programs for kids entering kindergarten through 8th grade. […]

  • Campers will receive daily mini-lessons and hone their chess skills by playing practice games with their peers. In addition to playing chess, campers will play a variety of board games and puzzles, and participate in outdoor recreational activities (such as dodgeball, wallball, and frisbee games). Who: Students entering grades 2 through 9 When: June 24- August 16 on […]