Camp Jacobson

Camp Jacobson  
340 Wheatley Road
Old Westbury, NY 11568
Phone: 516-626-1094
Fax: 516-626-4677

Camp Jacobson, on the north shore of Long Island, is the day camp that has it all!
 
The spirit of camp echoes with creativity at Arts enrichment programs like drama, music, and dance. Our professional coaches give expert instruction in all sports. Our campers swim twice per day with American Red Cross Aquatics lifeguards at one of our three swimming pools. 
 
Our Adventure program reaches new heights on our rock wall, ropes course and our Euro-Bungee. We whizz by on go-karts and hit every target with ease thanks to our archery instruction. Our campers prepare kosher and nut-free snacks in their own kitchen with a professional chef and veggies picked from our organic garden.
 
Your experience is truly all-inclusive, with door-to-door transportation from Long Island, Queens and Manhattan in air-conditioned mini-buses, lunches prepared on the premises daily and complimentary towel service. We are a non-tipping camp!  Staff gratuities are included in your tuition.
 
If you're looking for a summer day camp on Long Island that will suit your child's unique interests, look no further.  We’ve got it all at Camp Jacobson!
 
2017 Session Dates
Week 1: June 29–July 5
Week 2: July 6–July 12
Week 3: July 13–July 19
Week 4: July 20–July 26
Week 5: July 27–August 2
Week 6: August 3–August 9
Week 7: August 10–August 16
Week 8: August 17–August 23
 

 

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340 Wheatley Road
Old Westbury, NY 11568
Phone: 516-626-1094
Fax: 516-626-4677
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Rob S.

Rob S.

Jan 27th, 2014 01:12 PM

Perfect day camp for an energetic child who wants to make friends over the summer and memories to cherish. My eldest still talks about the times she went to summer camp, and now my youngest is enrolled and having a wonderful time. The camp also is convenient because it frees up time for me to run errands during the summer. Best of all, the camp is at the JCC, which means that a lot of the parents of the other kids are already our friends. Our kids see their friends from summer camp at synagogue often.

Ursula D.

Ursula D.

Jan 12th, 2014 05:21 PM

This is one of the most supportive environments you will ever find for your child. Our son loves every minute he spends at Camp Jacobson. He has made so many other friends there, and we've made friends with a lot of the parents too. it's been a great way for us all to become more involved with the Jewish community as a family, and we are so grateful to have this day camp for our son!

Esther G.

Esther G.

Nov 04th, 2013 03:25 PM

When we found out the JCC offered summer camp, we didn't even have to shop around--we knew we'd found the very best camp for our son. He had so much fun this past summer, and he's already talking about how excited he is about next year's camp activities. I love that he's in a supportive Jewish environment and he's learning about his faith while doing fun activities with other kids.

James

James

Jul 22nd, 2013 05:13 PM

Camp Jacobson is a Jewish summer camp. We started sending our daughter there after she came home one day and started telling us about the fun camp her best friend went to. Now they go together, and they have a blast! The camp has a high staff ratio and the camp workers seem like really friendly, smart, responsible people. Our daughter has been learning lacrosse, developing swimming skills, climbing rocks, learning ceramics, and even learning how to grow herbs in a garden. I wish I'd had something like that as a kid. I remember I used to get so bored during the summers! She knows how to do all sorts of stuff I wouldn't even begin to know how to do. Since she's really taken to the gardening, we've let her start a little garden in our backyard. If you have an active, enthusiastic child who loves to learn and have adventures, this is the perfect camp to send him or her to.

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