A place for youth to grow since 1928.

For almost 100 years, Jameson Camp has provided thousands of young people with a safe place to grow, make friends, and explore.

Children Served

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Families subsidized

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Made Possible by Friends Like You

Thanks to community investment from people like you, Jameson Camp continues to be a place where children and teens from all socioeconomic backgrounds have the support they need to develop leadership skills for success today and tomorrow.

Your gift provides subsidies for all campers and income-based scholarships for the families that need them most.

Support a Summer of Growth

Are you ready to get outside this summer?

Get ready for the best summer ever at Jameson Camp! Kids and teens get outside on 130 acres of forest, meadows, and creek where they can explore in a welcoming, safe, and supportive environment where the fun never stops.

There’s so much to do!

Cool off in the crystal clear pool or dive into White Lick Creek hunting for salamanders. Fly high on the zip line, hike more than three miles of shady trails, or beat the challenge of the low ropes course and climbing tower. Archery, basketball, and gaga ball are just a few of the outdoor sporting activities campers can join. Grab a canvas and find a shady spot to start a masterpiece or learn how to safely build a campfire. Campers stay in modern cabins with air conditioning and municipal water with opportunities to camp out in the woods.

With the support young people need…

Jameson Camp helps children and teens discover new skills, strengths and self-confidence while offering individualized support for everyone. Campers grow in respect for themselves, their community, and their environment.

At Jameson Camp, we believe in taking down barriers to experiencing an adventurous and safe summer. In addition to a 1:5 counselor-to-camper ratio, Jameson Camp Behavioral Specialists are available to support any camper in need of extra support.

Jameson Camp staff members are especially trained to serve the needs of young people with social, emotional, and behavioral diagnoses. During more than 40 hours of training, counselors learn about diversity and inclusion, CPR and first aid, life guarding, child abuse prevention, de-escalation,  safe food handling, and how to modify our curriculum for development stages.

Because we believe in becoming global citizens, Jameson Camp employs counselors from around the world. This gives campers the opportunity to meet new people from their local community and from the wider global community.

Want to Get Outside and Grow Inside?

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