American Lung Association of New Jersey, 1031 Route 22 East, Bridgewater ; 908-687-9340. www.lungusa.org.

Camp Superkids, a residential camp for ages 8 to 12 with asthma, will be held in Pennsylvania.

Camp Chateaugay, 233 Gadway Road, Merrill, NY 12955; 518-425-6888. www.chateaugay.com.

Sports, trips, dance, animal care. aquatics, theater, arts and crafts. Four and eight-week sessions.

Camp Dark Waters, 26 New Freedom Road, Medford 08055; 800-442-2267. www.campdarkwaters.org.

Residential camp for boys and girls, ages 7 to 14. June 22 to August 17.

Camp Matollionequay, 1303 Stokes Road, Medford 08055; 800-442-2267. www.ycamp.org.

For girls ages 7 to 16. One and two-week sessions founded on Christian principles.

Camp Ockanickon, 1303 Stokes Road, Medford, NJ 08055; 800-442-2267. www.ycamp.org.

For boys ages 7 to 16. One and two-week sessions. Open house on Sundays, March 24, April 21, May 19, and June 2, 1 to 4 p.m.

Camp Regis-Applejack in the Adirondacks, 60 Lafayette Road West, Princeton 08540; 609-688-0368. www.campregis-applejack.com.

Sleepaway co-educational camp in the Adirondacks. Camp Regis is for ages 6 to 12. Applejack is a teen camp for ages 13 to 16. Four and eight-week programs, a special two-week offering for first-time campers. Group transportation from Hightstown. Cabins, watersports, trips, arts and crafts, sports, performing arts. Camp director Michael E. Humes is a Princeton resident.

Camp Saginaw, 125 North Burnt Mill Road, Cherry Hill 08003; 856-428-6256. www.campsaginaw.com

Residential camp located at 740 Saginaw Road, Oxford, Pennsylvania. Coed, ages 6 to 16.

Camp Silver Beach, Downing Beach Drive, Jamesville, VA 23398; 877-231-2012. www.campsilverbeach.org.

Residential camp for ages 8 to 16. One week sessions.

Camp Speers-Eljabar YMCA, 143 Nichecronk Road, Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328; 570-828-2329. www.campspeersymca.org.

Camp Eljabar for grades 3 to 7; Camp Speers, for grades 8 to 11; Acces, an inclusion program for campers with mild to moderate developmental disabilities.

Camp Watonka, Hawley, PA 18428; 570-226-4779. mail@watonka.com. www.watonka.com.

Camp for boys ages 7 to 15 focuses on science, sports, and adventure. Two to eight weeks.

Campus Kids Summer Camp, Madison 07940; 973-845-9260. www.campuskids.com.

Sleep-away camp from Monday to Friday for ages 7 to 15, at Blair Academy in Blairstown. Transportation included. Two to eight-week sessions. Open houses are Saturday and Sunday, February 23, and 24.

Chestnut Lake Camp, Beach Lake, PA 18405; 570-729-1010. www.chestnutlakecamp.com.

Residential camp for girls and boys entering second through eighth grades. Three and six-week options.

Diamond Ridge Camps, 1965 Deer Run Drive, Jamison, PA 18929; 215-343-8840. www.diamondridgecamps.com.

Overnight camp for ages 4 to 15. Teen travel for grades 6 to 9.

Ebner Camps, 1 Torrington Office Plaza, Torrington, CT 06790; 800-662-2677. info@chinqueka.com. www.mysummerfamily.com.

Camp Awosting for boys and Camp Chinqueka for girls are seven miles apart. Sports, aquatics, arts and sciences, and horseback riding. Two to eight-week sessions.

Girl Scouts of Central and Southern NJ, 40 Brace Road, Cherry Hill 08034; 800-582-7692. www.gscsnj.org.

Camp Sacajawea in Newfield offers sleepaway camp for girls in grades 4 to 10.

Interlochen Center for the Arts, 4000 Highway M-137, Interlochen, MI 49643; 231-276-7472. www.interlochen.org.

Elite residential camps focus on creative writing, dance, general arts, motion picture arts, music, theater, and visual arts.

Jewish Community Center Princeton Mercer Bucks, 4 Princess Road, Lawrenceville 08648; 609-219-9550. www.JCCtoday.org.

Teen tour programs.

South Mountain YMCA’s Camp Conrad Weiser, 201 Cushion Peak Road, Wernersville, PA 19565; 610-670-2267. ycamps@smymca.org. www.smymca.org.

Residential camp for boys and girls, ages 7 to 16. Specialty camps and CIT program.

YMCA Camp Mason, 23 Birch Ridge Road, Hardwick 07825; 908-362-8217. dave@campmason.org. www.campmason.org.

Two and four-week sessions at sleepaway camp for boys and girls ages 7 to 15, Swimming, archery, riflery, performing arts, kayaking, campouts, and rock climbing. Two to four weeks. Also Ranch Camp for western horsemanship, CIT program, and Adventures Bound.

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