JCC Rockland Camps

Camp registration is OPEN for Summer 2022! Your child will play outside, enjoy the sunshine, create art, cook over an open fire and enjoy Summer! Swim, lunch and snacks also included. Don’t wait to register, limited spots available! Don’t let your camper miss out on the fun!


Campers ages 18 months – entering Pre-K.



Campers entering grades 6—8.



Campers entering grades K—5.


Counselor in Training Program

Teens entering grades 9—10.


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Carrie Latimer
JCC Camp Director
845-362-4400 ext. 107

JCC Rockland Camps

18 Months – Pre-K.

Grades K-5.

Grades 3-8.

Grades 6-8.

Grades 9-10.


"You guys are amazing! Gianni had the best time ever. He was sad it had to end. I want to thank the JCC for focusing on hope and positivity rather than fear. It was inspiring."
Emily Dalton
"Thank you so much for the Jameson Family on behalf of Julian! He had such a wonderful summer! We are so grateful for you all – your staff did a great job and you all thought of everything during this pandemic so the campers were safe and happy."
Heather Jameson
"We were so lucky to accidentally land at the JCC! Our kids had an incredible summer, with loving counselors, awesome activities and a feeling of safety. They left home and came home with a smile each day."
Naomi Gable Solomon


Camp dates are Monday, June 27—August 19th. There is no camp on Monday, July 4th.
The camp day is from 9am—4pm.
Yes! Early care will begin at 7am and late care will run until 6:30pm. Early and Late Care is an additional fee.
No! You can pick whatever works for you. Note that Jland and the CIT program require a minimum 4 week registration.

Yes! Changes can be made right in your CampMinder account.

Yes! We are happy to refund your account OR you can leave your payments already made in your account to apply towards your 2023 registration.
We follow the recommendation of the American Camping Association and the Rockland County Health Department regarding group size. Note that most groups are between 10-12 campers with a minimum of two counselors and a counselor in training.
Right now the CDC is not recommending that campers wear masks at camp. Staff will have masks and gloves in their bags to use if necessary.
The JCC Rockland campus is a nut free, kosher facility and we do not allow campers to bring food from home. We are working closely with our camp caterer to ensure that our camp lunch continues to be delivered adhering to the strict guidelines required.
Campers will have both swim instruction and free swim period.
If a camper or staff member becomes sick, we will follow all guidelines as required and recommended by the CDC. In addition, as of today, if this should happen the CDC recommends that the facility close for 48 hours.