Various programs/events designed for campers entering grades 10-12. For more information on our specific offerings, please visit our website at www.campjburg.org.
At Oak Crest, our 7th, 8th, and 9th Graders participate in our Teen Travel Program, meaning they spend a couple of days a week in camp and go out on day trips the other days. The 7th Graders spend Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays in camp and Tuesdays and Thursdays out on day trips. While the 8th and 9th Graders are in camp on Tuesdays and Thursdays and travel on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Our Teens also have the option of doing 2 or 3 day long overnight trips as well. While in Camp, our Teens follow a group schedule and read more
Designed for those entering grades 1 – 5 in Fall of 2012, see age requirements per event on our website. Elementary campers will sleep in cabins. The programs are designed to ease young children into experiences away from home. A typical unit consists of two cabins (one for boys and one for girls), each with six campers and a counselor or two in each. Although it is our preference to include boys and girls in each camp unit, occasionally enrollment patterns dictate that a unit be all boys or all girls. Please visit our website at www.campjburg.org for more information.
This is the “best of both worlds” — weekdays at camp and home with the family on weekends, we provide the transportation. It’s an ideal program for first-time resident campers, but it is also great for those campers (and their families) who like this “camping lifestyle”. You will choose your own activities every day at camp, which gives you the freedom to try lots of new things and to do more of the things you like best and want to learn more about. We have lots of team and individual sports where you will learn new skills in a supportive, read more
Learn basic hip hop dance steps and basic cheering. The morning session is spent doing dance and cheering and the afternoon session is spent participating in traditional camp activiities such as archery, swimming, zip line, arts and crafts, etc.