Camp at the J
Camp at the J will be open for the 2021 summer with many modifications. Campers will be required to wear a mask while in the Mayerson JCC building. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be added to the newsletter to be kept in the loop.
2021 Camp at the J Dates: June 14 – August 6
Camp at the J hours: 9:30am – 3:30pm.
(After Crew is available from 3:30pm – 6pm: Sign up within the Camper Application.)
Member: $325 a week
Public: $375 a week
At Camp at the J, kids can experience the best of summer. From swimming and archery, to arts & crafts, camp values and color wars, and much more, kids will create memories and form friendships to last a lifetime. Give your child a summer to remember at Camp at the J!
Advocates are available at camp. This service is provided at no additional cost to the family. Space for the program is limited and has eligibility requirements. Please select that you are interested in “1-on-1” during the Camp Application process and our Camp Director will contact you directly.
Camp at the J offers a camp for every kid! Traditional day camp provides all the fun that makes camp a summertime staple, with exciting and educational opportunities at every turn.
Thank you for voting us the Best Day Camp in the 2020 Cincinnati Family Best of Parenting Poll!
Financial assistance may be available for those who qualify. Contact our Membership Director, for more information at: 513.792.5652 or by email at: email@example.com.
Camp at the J offers a variety of fun and educational programming taught by expert specialists. Enrichment activities include archery, arts and crafts, sports, drama, and much more. These activities foster friendship, build confidence, and offer opportunities for campers to learn new skills.
Camp at the J incorporates values-based learning where children learn about core values of respect, kindness, and community. Campers learn about Israel and international Jewish life through lessons and interactions with our Sh’lichim, counselor friends from Israel. At the end of each week, we gather for Shabbat Sing, where we celebrate our camp community and give out weekly awards.
Campers are divided into age-appropriate co-ed groups. Each group is then divided into bunks of 12 campers to maintain a low staff-camper ratio and encourage small group bonding.
- Pioneers (Kindergarten)
- Trailblazer (Grades 1 – 2)
- Raiders (Grades 3 – 4)
- Quest (Grades 5 – 8)
No one shall be denied admission to our camp, or to the benefits of our program services because of race, color, national origin, sex, or handicap.
Camp at the J is accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA). Accreditation demonstrates accountability, credibility, and commitment to the highest standards for risk management, child development, aquatics, and health care. It means that Camp at the J complies with up to 300 ACA health, safety, and program quality standards.