The summer day camp at Spring Lake offers a great experience for children of Fort Lee, NJ to socialize, make new friends, and build skills through experiences that will stay with children for a lifetime.
At Spring Lake Day Camp, located only about 30 minutes from Fort Lee, NJ, we have created an environment that is warm, friendly, and structured that is perfect for children of all ages. The goal of our day camp is to increase self-confidence, develop leadership skills, and instill positive socialization within our campers. The camp is non-competitive and highly instructional, with staff members that are mature professionals and are dedicated in making sure that campers have an unforgettable experience while developing important life skills along the way. To read more about the camp, click here.
Spring Lake Day Camp provides busing services from Fort Lee, NJ. If you’re in Fort Lee and are seeking transportation for your child’s day camp experience, please inquire with us for additional details!
It is the goal of Boys’ Camp to promote independence, spirit, individual interests, competence, and pride, all while having fun in a happy and healthy camp environment. Here is where our boys leave technology at home and spend their day “gaming” on the soccer field, or in our Discovery Science center, building something new in Woodworking, or even in our Adventure Challenge areas. They experience healthy competition, learn how to work co-operatively with others and explore leadership skills. What great steppingstones to a positive future as a teenager and young adult!
Group size averages 14-16 campers with 3 mature counselors per group. They are supervised by a Division Leader who oversees specific age groups’ campers and counselors as well as by the Head of Boys’ Camp who oversees and supervises all the group leaders, the Boys’ Camp staff, and the campers.
Girls’ Camp personifies SLDC spirit every day of the summer! It promotes personal interests, forever friendships, independence, self-confidence, and pride, all with never ending positive energy. SLDC offers a happy, fun, and caring environment for our older girls, enhancing their social and developmental skills while they mature at their own individual pace. Here is where our older campers can “unplug” and leave technology and impersonal communication at home. Our SLDC girls learn that it is personal values and progress that are more important than perfection, that they can build resiliency and be proud of who they are on the inside and not just on the outside.
Group size averages 14-16 campers with 3 mature counselors per group. They are supervised by a Division Leader who oversees specific age groups’ campers and counselors as well as by the Head of Girls’ Camp who oversees and supervises all the group leaders, the Girls’ Camp staff, and the campers.