Summer Program For Teens | Teen Summer Day Camp New Jersey
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Our Programs

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The Eagle’s Landing program is broad and varied, encompassing all areas of camp life. Our Supervisors and Division Leaders are certified teachers. They offer a high level of expertise for the best possible instruction. Activities and routines are geared to the age, interests and needs of the campers. We offer a full-day program for ages 3 - 15 (entering 10th grade). In addition, for campers ages 3 - 5 (entering pre-k and kindergarten) we have a half-day option along with a 3, 4 or 5-day option. Campers in grades 6-10 participate in our trip program each week. We also offer a Leader in Training (LIT) program for campers entering 9th grade and a Counselor in Training (CIT) program for campers entering 10th grade.

Kiddie Kingdom

For campers ages 3 - 5, this full-day program provides a variety of scheduled activities at an age-appropriate level to meet their needs. They will experience ceramics, nature, soccer and so much more! In addition, campers will have instructional swim in our heated pool every day taught by American Red Cross Water Safety Instructors who are trained to work with children. All of the Counselors in Kiddie Kingdom are chosen to work with this age group because of their exceptional patience and caring nature.

Mini Day

Designed for 3 - 5 year olds, the Mini Day begins at 9:00 a.m. and ends with a parent pick-up at 1:30 p.m. You can drop-off your camper in the morning or opt for our transportation service. When you arrive for pick-up at 1:30 p.m. you’ll be able to see their progress on a daily basis. Their day includes swimming, arts and crafts, music, nature and sports along with other age-appropriate activities. If you choose our transportation option, the buses arrive at camp by 9:00 a.m. (no afternoon transportation is available for the Mini Day program.)

Full Day Program

Our Full Day program is for campers entering grades 1 - 5. Campers have scheduled activities that are age appropriate in each of the different activity areas at camp. Arts and crafts, sports, an adventure course, two swim periods and dozens of other activities round out a varied program. Once campers reach 3rd grade, they participate in our elective program that gives them the freedom to choose some of their favorite activities. Full-day campers have a daily instructional swim period taught by American Red Cross Water Safety Instructors who are trained to work with children.

Trip Program

Our Trip Program, designed for campers entering grades 6 - 8, gives kids the opportunity to leave camp once a week for a full-day trip. Previous trips have included Six Flags Great Adventure, tubing on the Delaware River and Jenkinson’s Beach. Campers who are in 8th grade travel on an additional half-day trip each week to locations like Rebounderz and the Silverball Pinball Museum. All of the campers love our trips!

Leader in Training Program

Our Leader in Training (LIT) program is for campers entering 9th grade. Arts and crafts, sports, an adventure course and dozens of other activities round out a varied program. In addition, LITs have the opportunity to select activities that hold special interest for them through our electives program. Every afternoon, LIT campers spend the last few periods of their day working with younger campers and learning skills they will use as a CIT.

Counselor in Training Program

For campers entering grade 10, our Counselor in Training (CIT) program is a great option. We work closely with our CITs empowering them while teaching them life skills for the future. They spend most of their day working in an area of camp that interests them, they get evaluated by the teacher that oversees the program, and they find out what it takes to work in "the real world." They debrief with discussion sessions throughout the summer as they learn how to become a positive role model and still have fun. Our CIT program is available for a minimum 4-week enrollment up to all 8 weeks.