Camp JCC Summer Day Camp

Welcome to the Lehigh Valley’s premier summer day camp.

Thank you for your interest in our summer camp programs. Our 2019 season runs from June 17th - August 9th.

Registration opens January 9th.


Our exceptional summer day camp is a place thousands of campers have called home for over 50 years. We are located on a picturesque 55-acre campus, which includes sprawling sports fields, swimming pool complete with water slides, high and low ropes course, nature and hiking trails, art, music, game room and nature programming. At our camp, there is something for every camper. We are is open and welcoming to the entire community.

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The Camp JCC Difference:

The Campsite Our unique, beautiful campground is nestled in 55 acres in the heart of the Lehigh Valley. Click here to view our camp map.
Jewish Values These values serve as a foundation from programming to how we interact with our campers, families, and staff.
Inclusivity We welcome all faiths and backgrounds.
Family We have served our campers and staff for over 50 years. We are proud to welcome third generation campers into our family!

A Typical Day*:

*Activities vary by age, ability, and weather permitting

The camp day runs from 9:00am - 4:00pm. We offer early care starting at 7:30am and late care that goes until 6:00pm. We also have a half day option for our youngest campers that goes from 9:00am - 1:00pm.

Click to view sample schedules for each age group below:

(Pre-K & Kindergarten)
(1st & 2nd Grade)
(3rd & 4th Grade)
(5th - 8th Grade)

What does a typical day look like for a camper?
The camp day begins when campers are greeted by our friendly and energetic staff either on the bus or at our campsite in Center Valley. Every day campers will have the chance to participate in daily activities across all areas of athletics, arts, aquatics, and outdoor adventures:

Sports: Our sports program is designed on skill development and places an emphasis on sportsmanship, trying your best, and teamwork. We have many offerings, such as soccer, basketball, football, baseball, softball, archery, rugby, gaga, field hockey, and much more.

Swim: Our swim program is the backbone to the day’s activities. Each day, campers participate in an instructional swim period in the mornings where we focus on skill development. In the afternoon, we have a free swim period where we focus on FUN.

Art & Music: Our arts program allows campers to express themselves through a variety of mediums such as clay, jewelry making, and painting. Our music specialist teaches our campers fun camp songs that they will remember for a lifetime.

Nature: The campsite is surrounded by lush, green woods complete with hiking trails, a running creek, and interesting wildlife.

Electives: As our campers grow, their interests grow, too! We offer our older campers the opportunity to choose their own activities throughout the week, allowing them to design their own summer experience.

Field Trips: Campers will have off site activities and field trips periodically throughout the summer as well as special programming. Check out our camp calendar for more information.


Pioneers (Turning 4 by September 30th - Kindergarten) This unit is specifically structured for children beginning their first years of camp. Activities are geared towards giving our campers a sense of independence while building their self-esteem. Campers will have the opportunity to experience a wide variety of activities while being supervised by our carefully trained team of counselors and specialists.

Discoverers (1st and 2nd grade) Campers will experience camp from a new perspective. Diversified, action-packed programs geared toward learning new skills, building self-confidence, and developing personal growth!

Challengers (3rd and 4th grade) This unit is specifically designed with our oldest campers in mind. Each exciting activity will bring new challenges while building a sense of teamwork and camaraderie.

Voyagers (5th to 8th grade) As our campers grow, so do their interests. Campers in this unit are able to choose their own activities on a day-to-day basis.


Archery Arts and Crafts Baseball Basketball Camp Games
Cooking Dance Flag Football GaGa Gardening
Golfing Hiking Instructional Swim Israeli Fun Kickball
Martial Arts Mountain Biking Music Nature Newcomb
Orienteering Rocketry Rugby Ropes Course Science
Showtime Soccer Softball Street Hockey T-Ball
Team Building Track and Field Wiffleball Zip Line Special Events

For more information about camp, please contact Mike Smith at 610.435.3571 ext. 180 or


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