|July 10 – 14||Super Science Sleuths||1 Week||3 – 8||J Member: $325; Public: $375|
|July 17 – 21||Camp We-Go-Out||1 Week||3 – 8||J Member: $325; Public: $375|
|July 24 – 28||Horseback Camp 1||1 Week||1 – 3||J Member: $325; Public: $375|
|July 31 – August 4||Horseback Camp 2||1 Week||4 – 8||J Member: $325; Public: $375|
Super Science Sleuths | July 10 – 14, Grades 3 – 8
Campers will have the opportunity to participate in hands on activities, provided and taught by the Cincinnati Museum Center Staff, to learn about local history and science using technology, art, and math skills.
Campers will spend the first part of their day participating in the lessons prepared by the Cincinnati Museum Center staff and the other half of their day continuing their educational fun on a field trip, activities in the JCC program rooms, or on the nature trail at the JCC supervised by trained camp staff. Campers will also have the opportunity to occasionally participate in free swim and traditional camp programming.
This specialty camp will help bridge the summer learning gap by providing campers and opportunity to use and develop skills in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math, and Social Studies.Current Parent Log-In
Camp We-go-out | July 17 – 21, Grades 3 – 8
Campers will have the opportunity to embark on a journey exploring various sites of the Cincinnati area. Every day includes a high intensity field trip that may involve hiking, amusement parks, water parks, museums and more! Campers will embrace a week filled with laughter, new experience, making friends, and a lifetime of memories; a week they will never forget!Current Parent Log-In
Horseback Camp | July 24 – 28, Grades 1 – 3 | July 31 – August 4, Grades 4 – 8
Horseback Riding Camp is held at East Fork Stables each day. Campers will meet at the J and be transported to and from the stables. The stables will provide valuable instruction for beginner to advanced riders. Campers will use an endurance saddle, which is much safer than English or Western saddles, and helmets are provided and required at all times. Horseback Riding Camps include evaluations, demonstrations, arena lessons, grooming and horse care, horsemanship games, defensive riding skills, and work on an outdoor riding track. Campers should pack a lunch or opt in for Camp Lunches, and wear pants and closed-toed shoes that can get dirty.Current Parent Log-In