U.S. 1 has compiled the listings below based on responses to our inquiries and information available online.

Please confirm camp information before enrolling your child. If you still can’t find the right camp, visit the American Camp Association at www.acacamps.org.

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Actors’ NET of Bucks County, 635 North Delmorr Avenue, Morrisville 19067. 215-295-3694. www.actors­net­bucks.org.

Summer Stars Theater Training program includes acting, voice, and dance workshop for ages 7 to 12 and ages 13 to 17. Program concludes with original musicals.

Allegra School of Music and Arts, 856 Route 206, Building D, Second Floor, Hillsborough 08844. 908-874-4351. www.allegrasma.com.

Musical theater programs for third grade and up. School House Rock, The Lion King, and Shrek for third through eighth grades. 13 the Musical for grades five and up.

American Boychoir School, 75 Mapleton Road, Princeton 08540. 609-924-5858. www.americanboychoir.org.

American Boychoir Experience for boys ages 8 to 12 by audition only. One-week day or residential program June 25 to July 1 includes choral training, music theory, swimming, sports, and other activities.

American Repertory Ballet’s Princeton Ballet School, 301 North Harrison Street, Princeton Shopping Center, Suite C, Princeton 08540. 609-921-7758. www.arballet.org.

Summer Intensive, a residential program in dance for ages 13 and up by audition. Classes at Princeton studio with optional housing at Princeton University. Princeton Ballet School’s trainee program requires audition. Summer Intensive Intermediates, ages 11 to 14, Princeton Ballet School, 29 North Main Street, Cranbury. One to six week sessions. Summer Intensive Juniors, ages 9 to 11, Princeton University. One to five-week sessions.

Appel Farm Summer Arts Camp, 457 Shirley Road, Elmer 08318. 856-358-2472. www.appel­farm.org.

Residential arts program with one, two, four, six, and eight-week sessions for ages 7 to 17. Campers select a major and minors. All culminate with performances and exhibitions. Majors include theater performance, technical theater, music, recording arts, dance, visual arts, photography, video, creative writing, green corps, and sports & swim.

Arden Theater Company, 40 North 2nd Street, Philadelphia 19106. 215-922-1122. www.ardentheatre.org.

Exploration of the world of theater for grades one to five. One-day masterclass, multi-week camps, and four-week musical theater studio for grades six to twelve.

Arts Council of Princeton, Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, 102 Witherspoon Street, Princeton 08542. 609-924-8777. www.artscouncilofprinceton.org.

Creative camps for ages 5 to 16 including watercolor, calligraphy, pet portraits, fashion, modern art, landscapes, pottery, and more. After care available.

Central NJ Ballet Theater, 146 Route 130, Bordentown 08505. 609-775-7488. www.cnjballet.com.

Full and half-day beginning ballet camp for ages 6 to 12 includes ballet, jazz, hip hop, tap, and acting. Full-day intermediate and advanced ballet for ages 10 and up includes ballet, pointe, jazz, repertory, musical theater, and modern/contemporary. Half-day princess ballet and tap camp for ages 2.5 to 5 includes ballet, tap, creative movement, arts and crafts, and face painting.

Color Me Mine, 549 Route 130, Shoppes at Hamilton, Suite 524, Hamilton 08691. 609-581-9500. www.hamilton.colormemine.com.

Art programs for ages 7 and up featuring painting on canvas, clay, and pottery. Weekly and daily rates available. Weekly themes include Ocean/Beach, Animal Adventure, Aloha, Movie/Disney, Nature & Science, and more.

Cranbury Arts Council, 183 North Main Street, Cranbury 08512. 609-655-1705. www.cranburyartscouncil.org.

Art and Technology Camp for ages 5 to 14, July 10 to August 4. Full and half-day sessions.

Dance Corner Inc., 335 Princeton-Hightstown Road, Southfield Shopping Center, West Windsor 08550. 609-799-9677. www.thedancecorner.org.

Storytime princess camp, intensives in hip hop, jazz, and lyrical dance. Junior and senior ballet intensives. Competition boot camps for elite competition team members only. Dynamic Dance Camp in conjunction with West Windsor Recreation includes ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, lyrical, acro, workshops, and crafts. Also classes for all ages.

Dance Expo, 64 Princeton-Hightstown Road, West Windsor 08550. 609-799-7744. 510 Route 130 South, Royal Plaza, East Windsor 08520. 609-371-2828. www.danceexpo.org.

Dance camp for ages 4 and up. Dance intensive for serious, competitive dancers ages 9 and up. Full and half-day sessions. Bring your own lunch.

Farrington’s Music, 1325 Route 206, Montgomery Center, Princeton 08540. 609-924-8282. www.farringtonsmusic.com.

Weekly camps for ages 5 to 14. Learn to play instruments and read music, idol singing, arts and crafts, and more. Montgomery and West Windsor locations.

Firehouse Art Camp, 8 Walnut Street, Bordentown 08505. 609-298-3743. www.firehousegallery.com.

Art classes for ages 7 to 16. Half and full-day programs from Monday to Friday in drawing, painting, art buffet, sculpture, cartooning, crazy art, pirates, and pop-ups. All supplies included. Scholarships are available. Extended hours available.

Highland Studio, 31 West Broad Street, Hopewell 08525. 609-466-3475. www.karenmclean.com.

Summer art workshops with digital photography, drawing, and painting for ages 7 to 17.

Hunterdon Art Museum, 7 Lower Center Street, Clinton 08809. 908-735-8415. www.hunterdonartmuseum.org.

Nine one-week sessions for ages 5 to 15 including animal art, claymation, comic book creation, jewelry design, nature art, and photography. Half, full-days, and after care available.

Kean University, 1000 Morris Avenue, Union 07083. 908-737-4077. www.kean.edu/premierestages.

Camp Premiere Theatremakers for grades 6 to 8 focuses on the elements of acting and play development to develop an original play. Actors Studio for grades 9 to 12 focuses on the craft of acting including scene work, audition technique, monologue preparation, movement, and voice/speech. Both sessions end with a public performance. Premiere Intern Program offers internships for high school and college students.

Leaping Dog Art Studios, 146 Route 130 South, Suite 203, Bordentown 08505. 215-850-5349. www.leapingdogartstudios.com.

One-week programs for ages 7 to 14 with different themes for morning and afternoon sessions, with full days available. Topics include graffiti art, stop motion animation, sculpture, paper making, drawing, painting, and more. Three-day sessions for ages 5 and 6. Daily drop-in rate available.

McCarter Center Summer Theater Program, 91 University Place, Princeton 08540. 609-258-8289. www.mccarter.org/summercamp.

One to six-week programs for students in grades 1 to 12 at any experience level. Page to Stage for grades 1-2; In Their Shoes and Play Makers for grades 3 to 5; Musical Theater Workshop for grade 5; Improv, Character, and Musical Theater for grades 6-8; Solo Performance and Summer Intensive (by audition) for grades 9-12. All programs end in a presentation for family and friends.

Michener Art Museum, 138 South Pine Street, Doylestown 18901. 215-340-9800. www.michenermuseum.org.

A variety of art programs for grades 1 to 12 including sculpture, drawing and painting, stained glass, working with wire, and anime. CIT program for high school students.

Mill Ballet School, 243 North Union Street, Lambertville 08530. 609-397-7616. www.millballetschool.com.

Choreographic Workshop for ages 10 and up; Ballet Technique Intensive for ages 9 to 18; Magical Mornings for ages 3 to 5; Junior Dance Camp for ages 5 to 8; and Young Dancers Workshop for ages 8 to 12. Also open enrollment dance classes for all ages and levels.

New Jersey Performing Arts Center, 1 Center Street, Newark 07102. 973-297-5838. www.njpac.org.

Young Artist Summer Intensive focused on acting, dance, musical theater, and vocal performance. Apprentice division for ages 10 to 16. Advanced division by audition only for ages 12 to 18. One-week All-Female Jazz Residency for ages 14 to 25. Jazz and R&B Intensive for ages 12 to 18. Hip-Hop Intensive for ages 10 to 16. Summer Filmmakers for ages 13 to 18. Extended day available.

New Jersey School of Ballet, 15 Microlab Road, Livingston 07039. 973-597-9600. www.njschoolofballet.com.

Open classes for ages 4 and up. Intensive program for ages 9 to 20 by audition.

Peddie School, 201 South Main Street, Hightstown 08520. 609-490-7532. www.peddie.org.

Theater camp for ages 11 to 15 includes acting, musical theater, and dance, and culminates in a showcase. Two two-week sessions. Green Apple Theater features camps focusing on acting, dance, and music for ages 8 to 11. Four one-week sessions.

Philadelphia Jazz Orchestra, 39 Fenton Lane, Chesterfield 08515. 215-275-7799. www.philajazz­orch.com.

Jazz week for musicians in grades 6 to 12. Sections, group instruction, and student ensembles. Directed by Joe Bongiovi, a teacher of jazz band at Princeton High School. Two one-week sessions at Princeton Charter School conclude with a concert by all student ensembles and the Philadelphia Jazz Orchestra.

Princeton Dance and Theater Studio, 116 Rockingham Row, Princeton 08540. 609-514-1600. www.princetondance.com.

Summer intensive programs for ages 8 to 10 and 11 and up. Repertoire class for ages 13 and up. Little dancing stars for ages 3 to 4. Dancing Stars for ages 5 to 7. Dance With Me for ages 2.5 to 4 with an adult. Classes for ages 3.5 to adult.

Princeton Friends School, 470 Quaker Road, Princeton 08540. 609-683-1194. www.princetonfriendsschool.org.

Art camp for grades K to 5 and drama camp for grades 5 to 8 include daily swimming.

Princeton String Academy, 2 Colonial Avenue, West Windsor 08550. 609-751-7664. www.stringacademy.net.

Summer schedule of lessons is offered in violin, viola, and cello. Private, group, and chamber music programs.

Rising Stars Voice Studio, 609-775-7488. www.risingstarsvoice­studio.com.

Musical theater program at Open Arts Stage, 146 Route 130, Bordentown. Teen program for ages 14 to 18 on Rent runs July 5 to August 6 with performances August 4 to 6. Kids program for ages 7 to 14 on the Lion King runs July 31 to 20 with shows August 18 ti 20. Auditions for lead roles are Sunday, June 18. Before and after care available for kids program.

Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey, 36 Madison Avenue, Madison 07940. 973-408-3980. www.shakespearenj.org.

The Apprentice Company, a rigorous 11-week program for aspiring young actors; the Intern Program for college students interested in fields other than acting, the Next Stage Ensemble for early career actors by audition only. Junior and senior Shakespeare Corps for ages 10 to 18.

Solebury School, 6820 Phillips Mill Road, New Hope 18938. 215-862-5261. www.solebury.org.

StarCatchers theater camp for grades 4 to 12. Three-week session culminates in performance of Peter Pan Jr. at Bucks County Playhouse.

Talk of the Town Dance Studio, 528 Route 33, Hamilton 08619. 609-890-0086. www.talkofthetowndancestudio.com.

One-week sessions for ages 5 to 13 include hip-hop, ballet, jazz, lyrical, tap, contemporary, and musical theater.

Taubenslag Productions, 496 Taylor Place, North Brunswick 08902. 732-422-7071. www.taubenslagproductions.com.

Theater camp with half and full-day programs, two, three, and eight-week sessions, ages 6 to 16. Tech option for grades 6 to 9. Teen Scenes for grades 8 to 10. CIT program for grades 10 and up. Junior counselor program for grades 11 and up. Daily swimming, outdoor activities, and stage work. Trips and performances. At Middlesex Community College.

The Dance Network, 160 Lawrenceville Pennington Road, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-844-0404. www.the­dance­network.org.

Dance camp for ages 4 and up. Dance intensive for serious, competitive dancers ages 9 and up. Full and half-day sessions. Bring your own lunch.

The Painter’s Loft, 1 Tree Farm Road, Suite 3, Pennington 08534. 609-730-4278. www.thepainters­loft.com.

One-week half-day themed sessions for ages 6 and up. Themes include Eco Warrior, 2D-3D Fun, In the Garden, and Out of Africa.

Tomato Patch Performing Arts Workshops, 1200 Old Trenton Road, West Windsor 08550. 609-570-3333. www.mccc.edu.

Visual and performing arts workshops explore arts, dance, theater, and vocal music. Students select a major concentration and electives in stage combat, children’s theater, computer art, painting, drawing, jazz, musical theater, tap dance, cartooning and anime, hip hop, vocal ensemble, comedy, music video, or web video. :Session one is a four-week session for grades 8 to 12. Session two is a three-week session for grades 5 to 7. Master class is for students in grades 8 to 12 who have attended Tomato Patch or had other formal theater training.

Villagers Theater, 475 DeMott Lane, Municipal Complex, Somerset 08875. 732-873-3009. www.villagerstheatre.com.

One-week Broadway theme master class for grades 4 to 10 and musical theater intensive for grades 2 to 6; two-week Broadway musical revue for grades 2 to 6; three-week High School Musical Jr. musical production for grades 2 to 6. Three-week Broadway revue teen intensives.

VSA of New Jersey, 703 Jersey Avenue, New Brunswick 08901. 732-745-3885. www.vsanj.org.

Fine arts programs for ages 8 to 21 with a disability. Call for locations.

West Windsor Arts Council, 952 Alexander Road, West Windsor 08550. 609-716-1931. www.westwindsorarts.org.

Camps include STEAM, visual arts, and performing arts for ages 5 to 14. Extended day and lunch options available.

Westminster Conservatory of Music, 101 Walnut Lane, Princeton 08540. 609-921-7104. www.rider.edu/­wcc.

Early childhood music camps for age 2 to grade 1; introduction to instruments and composing for beginners grades 1 to 4; instrumental and chamber music camps for experienced musicians grades 3 to 12; jazz camps for all levels grades 3 to 12; and musical theater camps for all levels grades 1 to 12.

Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University, 71 Hamilton Street, New Brunswick 08901. 732-932-7237. www.zimmerlimuseum.rutgers.edu.

Art camp for ages 7 to 14. Explore the galleries and learn new art forms. Half and full days.

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A&M Summer Camp at Hamilton Lanes, 1200 Kuser Road, Hamilton 08610. 609-847-8484.

Bowling, swimming, games, art, horseback riding, skating, amusement parks, fishing, and more. All day camp for ages 5 to 13.

Air-Mods Flight & Service Center, 106 B Sharon Road, Robbinsville 08691. 609-259-6877. www.airmodsflightcenter.com.

AeroCamp Basic for middle school students introduces flight controls, safety, navigation, and weather and includes 1.5 hours of flight time loggable for a pilot’s license as well as games and crafts. AeroCamp Advanced for high school students includes technical aspects of flight, advanced navigation and plotting, radio communications, and FAA test question introduction as well as 2.5 to 3 hours of loggable flight time.

Black Bear Lake Day Camp, 457 Stage Coach Road, Millstone Township 08510. 609-259-1777. www.blackbearlake.com.

Four to eight-week programs for ages 4 to 15. Horseback riding, transportation, towel service, and lunch are included. Fishing, boating, water park in the lake, lifeguard training, scuba diving, and more. New electives chosen weekly. Daily swim lesson and free swim in three heated pools. Air conditioned drama center. Extended hours, central transportation, and sibling discount available.

Blawenburg Village School, 424 Route 518, Blawenburg 08504. 609-466-6600. www.blawenburgvillageschool.com.

Christian faith-based camp for ages 2.5 to 6. Activities include arts and crafts, music and movement, literacy activities including Bible stories, dramatic and pretend play, and playground activities.

Bordentown CDA Summer Camp, 48 Dunns Mill Road, Bordentown 08505. 609-298-0025.

Day programs in visual and performing arts, sports, science, adventure, and more. Two-week Kindergarten Ready camp. Day camp for grades K-4. Pre-teen camp for rising sixth graders. Junior Theater Company for ages 8 to 14 presents Shrek Jr. Summer Stock Theater for ages 14 to 19 presents Bring It On.

Boys & Girls Club of Trenton & Mercer County, 212 Centre Street, Trenton 08611. 609-392-3191. www.bgcmercer.org.

Weekly sessions for ages 5 to 15 include Kids Camp for grades K to 4; Tween Travel for grades 5 to 8; Sports Camp for grades K to 8; and Last Blast for grades K to 8. Kids Camp, Teen Travel, and specialty programs at Lawrence location, 1040 Spruce Street.

Camp NAC, 120 Pheasant Run, Newtown 18940. 215-968-0600. www.campnac.com.

Camp NACster for ages 3 to 12 organizes activities such as sports, art, games, and swimming around a daily theme. Half-day specialty camps for ages 3 to 5 include Princess, Superhero, Little Chef, and Splash & Sport. Full-day specialty camps for ages 6 to 12 include Diva Dance, Sports, and Junior Chef. Teen camps for ages 11 to 15 include field trips. CIT program. Sports training camps.

Catholic Youth Organization Day Camp, 453 Yardville Allentown Road, Yardville 08620. 609-585-4280. www.cyomercer.org.

Day camp in Yardville for ages 5 to 13 under the auspices of Catholic Youth Organization of Mercer. One three-week and three two-week sessions. Pre-school program, teen travel camp, CIT program, and evening swimming lessons also available. Extended hours available.

Center for FaithJustice, 24 Rossa Avenue, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-498-6216. www.faithjustice.org.

Weeklong day camp for middle schoolers to explore service and social justice through the lens of the Catholic faith. Weeklong overnight program for high school students to explore the gospel call to build a more just world, participating in dynamic prayer services, building community with fellow participants and volunteering in the community.

Country Roads Day Camp, 139 Pinebrook Road, Manalapan 07726. 732-446-4100. www.countryroadsdaycamp.com.

Four to eight-week sessions for pre-K to grade 8. CIT and travel program for grades 9 and 10. Pools, trapeze, climbing wall, 23 acres of woods, air conditioned buildings. Half days available for ages 3 to 5.

Doane Academy, 350 Riverbank, Burlington 08016. 609-386-3500. www.doaneacademy.org.

Mini camps for ages 3 to 5 include weekly field trips. Camp Doane for grades 1 to 5. STEAM, specialty, and athletics camps for grades 3 to 12. Extended day available.

Eagle’s Landing Day Camp, 74 Davidson Mill Road, North Brunswick 08902. 732-821-9155. www.eagleslandingdaycamp.com.

Co-educational for ages 3 to 15 features two to eight-week programs. Four transportation choices. Trip program for grades 6 to 8. Mini program for ages 3 to 5 available. LIT program for students entering grade 9. CIT program for students entering grade 10. Four pools, hot lunch, insurance, horseback riding, mini-golf, and supplies included. Extended day available.

ESF Summer Camps at Lawrenceville School, 750 East Haverford Road, Bryn Mawr 19010. 610-581-7100. www.esfcamps.com.

Coeducational camps at Lawrenceville School include day camps for ages 4 to 15. Mini camp for age 3. Extended day available. One to nine weeks.

Ewing Recreation Department, 999 Lower Ferry Road, Ewing 08628. 609-883-1776.

Programs for children entering kindergarten through grade 9. Day camp for grades K to 5 includes daily swimming, arts and crafts, nature, cooking, special events, theme days, athletics, and dance and drama, plus field trips on Thursdays. CIT program for Ewing residents in grades 9 and 10. Teen travel program for grades 6 to 9. Full, half, and extended days available.

Fernbrook Farms Education Center Summer Camp, 144 Bordentown-Georgetown Road, Chesterfield 08515. 609-298-4028. www.fernbrookeducation.org.

Pollywogs for ages 3 to 5, two days per week. Junior Fiddleheads Camp for ages 5 and 6 to explore the farm and nature. Fiddlehead Day Camp for ages 6 to 11 to explore ponds, and creeks, harvest vegetables, tend to animals, make musical instruments, and catch insects. Young Stewards Summer Enrichment Program for ages 12 to 14. Extended day available.

Frogbridge Day Camp, 7 Yellow Meeting House Road, Millstone Township 08510. 609-208-9050. www.frogbridge.com.

Day camp for ages 3 to 15 in four to eight-week sessions. Extended hours available. Mini week for ages 3 to 6. Day trips for seventh to ninth grades and overnights for ninth and tenth grades. CIT program.

Fulper’s Dairy Farm, 281 Rocktown Lambertville Road, Lambertville 08350. 609-651-5991. www.fulperfarms.com.

Farmstead adventure camp for ages 7 to 15 includes hayrides, nature walks, work with cows, scavenger hunt, obstacle course, and homemade butter, ice cream, and milkshakes. Three-day or one-week sessions.

Go Green Adventure Camp, 13 Briardale Court, Plainsboro 08536. 609-716-9262. goinggreencamp.weebly.com.

Boys and girls ages 6 to 11. Nature, discovery, arts and crafts. Travel to venues within the area. Transportation not included.

Hamilton Area YMCA Sawmill Branch, 185 Sawmill Road, Hamilton 08620. 609-581-9622. www.hamiltonymca.org.

Camp at 185 Sawmill Road. Extended hours and transportation are available. Traditional camp for kindergarten through grade eight. Daily swimming, theme weeks, and specialty camps including Artful Minds, Capes and Crusaders, Flag Football, Mad Science, Storyteller Tales, Beach Week, and more. Camps at JKR Banch, 1315 Whitehorse-Mercerville Road, include preschool camp for ages 3 to 5 and middle school camp for grades 6 to 8.

Howell Living History Farm, 101 Hunter Road, Titusville 08560. 609-737-3299. www.howellfarm.org.

Farm camp to help with chores including feeding animals, shelling and grinding corn, and gathering eggs. Crafts, stories, games, and a hayride. For ages 6 to 12.

Ivy League Day Camp, 140 Gordon’s Corner Road, Manalapan 07726. 732-446-7305. www.ivyleaguedaycamp.com.

Day camp for ages 2 to 15 with four to eight week options. Mini-week for Pre-k to grade 2. Swimming, sports, arts, and adventure activities. Travel programs for grades 6 and up. Includes transportation and lunch.

JCC Abrams Day Camp and Teen Travel, 148 Cedarville Road, East Windsor 08520. 609-606-7070. www.jccabramscamps.org.

Four to eight-week Pitzelah, Keshet, and Gesher programs for grades Pre-K to 5 include sports, swimming, and special activities. Teen travel programs for grades 6 to 9. CIT program for rising 10th graders. Transportation and extended day available.

KinderCare Learning Center, 1 Kinder Court, West Windsor 08550. 609-799-8787. www.kindercare.com.

‘Summer of Wonder’ themed camps for pre-school through age 12.

Lakeview Child Center at Hamilton, 4 Hamilton Health Place, Hamilton Square 08690. 609-890-1442. www.lakeviewchildcenter.org.

Full-day program for infants to school age children. 11 one-week camp sessions for ages 5 to 9. Two to five-day options. Activities include music, drama, sports and games, computers, sand play, arts and crafts, and field trips.

Lawrenceville Happy Hollow Day Care & Summer Camp, 11 Fairfield Avenue, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-882-9146.

Outdoor activity day camp for ages 2 to 7.

Liberty Lake Day Camp, 1195 Florence-Columbus Road, Bordentown 08505. 609-499-7820. www.libertylakedaycamp.com.

Athletics, visual and performing arts, STEM, waterfront, adventure, and swimming. For ages 4 to 15 in two to ten-week sessions. Transportation, extended hours, trips, and hot lunch included. Turtles pre-school program for ages 4 and 5 and teen leadership program for grades 9 and 10.

Lightbridge Academy, 10 Schalks Crossing Road, Plainsboro Plaza, Plainsboro 08536. 609-269-8347. www.lightbridgeacademy.com.

Two, three, and five-day programs for ages 3 to 12 with weekly themes including fairytales, sports, insects, and animals.

Little Friends School, 221 Edinburgh Road, Mercerville 08619. 609-890-9164. www.littlefriendsschool.com.

Summer programs for 18 months to age 10. Mini, full, and extended days. Activities based on weekly themes include special events and trips.

Meadowbrook Country Day Camp, 73 East Valley Brook Road, Long Valley 07853. 908-876-3429. www.meadowbrookdaycamp.com.

Riding, archery, performing arts, swimming in heated pool, sports, computers, bumper boats, for ages 3 to 15. Four to eight-week programs. Three, four, or five day program for pre-K. Tween and teen travel programs.

Mercer and Fonthill Museums, 84 South Pine Street, Doylestown 18901. 215-345-0210. www.mercermuseum.org.

Wild World of Wizarding School for ages 7 to 12, two one-week morning sessions; beginner through advanced Lego Robotics Workshops for grades 1 to 10; one-week afternoon sessions.

Mercer County Park Commission, 334 North Post Road, West Windsor 08550. 609-883-6606. www.mercercountyparks.org.

One-week Aquatic Adventure camp on Mercer Lake for grades 7 and 8. Baldpate Nature Camp for grades 1 to 6 offers two one-week sessions. Half-day one-week Wild Discovery Camp at Mercer Meadows for ages 4 and 5. One-week Ultimate Camp Experience for grades 5 to 7 offers kayaking on Mercer Lake, hiking at Baldpate Mountain, golfing at Princeton Country Club, tennis instruction, and live animal presentations at the Wildlife Center.

Middlesex County College, 2600 Woodbridge Avenue, Edison 08818. 732-548-6000. www.middlesexcc.edu.

A variety of week-long special interest camps, including arts, theater, sports, and magic, for ages 6 to 16. Half-day or full-day, pre-camp and after-camp available.

Montessori Corner at Princeton Meadows, 666 Plainsboro Road, 2100, Plainsboro 08536. 609-799-6668. princetonmeadows.montessoricorner.com.

Ages 2 to 6. Arts, crafts, nature, sports, music, science, cooking, and field trips with weekly themes.

Montessori Corner Children’s House of the Windsors, 270 Village Road East, West Windsor 08550. 866-233-5007. westwindsor.montessoricorner.org.

Ages 2 to 6. Arts, crafts, nature, sports, music, science, cooking, and field trips with weekly themes.

Montessori Corner Country Day, 72 Grovers Mill Road, Plainsboro 08536. 609-799-7990. www.montessoricorner.com.

Programs for ages 18 months to 12 years including sports, nature, performing and creative arts, group play, and special events.

New Horizons Montessori, 59 Cranbury Road, Princeton Junction 08550. 609-275-8666. www.nhmontessori.org.

Program for 18 months to 6 years. Full, half, and extended day. Weekly theme activities, arts and crafts, and water play. Academic enrichment options.

New Horizons Montessori, 12 Vreeland Drive, Montgomery Professional Center, Skillman 08558. 609-252-9696. www.nhmontessori.org.

Program for 18 months to 6 years. Weekly theme activities, arts and crafts, and water play. Academic enrichment available. Full, half, and extended days available.

Oak Crest Day Camp, 92 Cortelyou Lane, Somerset 08873. 732-297-2000. www.oakcrestdaycamp.com.

Full and part-time programs for ages 3 to 15. Four, five, six, seven, or eight-week sessions. Three-day and half-day options for ages 3 to 5. Transportation and hot lunch included. Extended day available. Golf, archery, swimming, bumper boats, mountain biking, and arts. LIT program for campers entering 10th and 11th grades.

PEAC Health & Fitness, 1440 Lower Ferry Road, Ewing 08618. 609-883-2000. www.PEAChealthfitness.com.

KidsKamp program features eight one-week sessions for grades 1 to 7. Half and extended day available. Recreational sports activities, fitness classes, arts & crafts, and special events.

Peddie School, 201 South Main Street, Hightstown 08520. 609-490-7532. www.peddie.org.

Youth Day Camp for ages 5 to 9 combines outdoor play with science, art and building activities. Swimming lessons and open swim. Themed one-week sessions with before and after care available.

Peddie Summer Signature Experience, South Main Street, Hightstown 08520. 609-490-7532. www.peddie.org.

Three to six-week program for high school juniors to study intellectual interests.

Pennsbury Manor, 400 Pennsbury Memorial Road, Morrisville 19067. 215-946-0400. www.pennsburymanor.org.

Colonial camp for students entering grades 2 to 5. One-week sessions with hands-on history, candle making, arts and crafts, and life in the 17th century.

Plainsboro Preserve, 80 Scotts Corner Road, Cranbury 08512. 609-897-9400. www.njaudubon.org/centers/Plainsboro.

One-week nature camp sessions. Half-day Junior Naturalist camp for ages 4 and 5. Senior Naturalist camp for grades 7 to 9. Themes for grades 1 to 6 include Wild Discoveries, Nature Detectives, Art and Nature, Living Off the Grid, and Slithering Snakes, Salamanders, and Slugs. Before and after care available for ages 6 plus. Membership in New Jersey Audubon is required.

Plainsboro Township Recreation, 641 Plainsboro Road, Plainsboro 08536. 609-799-0909. www.plainsboronj.com.

Pre-k day camp for ages 4 and 5. Lenape Camp offers four two-week sessions for grades 1 to 6 including field trips, presenters, arts and crafts, fitness, science, games, and daily swimming. Sports and specialty camps including soccer, football, lacrosse, baseball, Science Olympiad, debate, Broadway, and MathCounts. Only for Plainsboro and West Windsor residents.

Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart, 1128 Great Road, Princeton 08540. 609-921-6499. www.princetonacademy.org.

Programs for pre-K to grade 9 include action camp, athletics camp, and academy prep. Sports, arts, performance, and STEM. Full, half, and extended days.

Princeton Alliance Church, 20 Schalks Crossing Road, Plainsboro 08536. 609-799-9000. www.princetonalliance.org.

Free one-week camp for grades K to 5 includes Bible lessons, music, and recreation.

Princeton Day School, 650 The Great Road, Princeton 08540. 609-924-6700. www.pds.org.

Co-educational for pre K and up. One to two week camps with half-day, full-day, and extended-day programs. Panther Mini-Camp for Pre-K and kindergarten centered on weekly themes including music, art, and play.

Princeton Friends School, 470 Quaker Road, Princeton 08540. 609-683-1194. www.princetonfriendsschool.org.

One-week sessions for pre-K to eighth grade. Swimming, sports, arts, music, and field trips. Weekly themes include storybooks, great civilizations, wild west, superheroes, holidays, castles, music, the body, myths and legends, and habitats. Extended hours and swim lessons available. Also one-week science camp for grades 4 to 7.

Princeton Junior School, 90 Fackler Road, Princeton 08542. 609-924-8126. www.pjs.org.

Art and nature camp for ages 2 to 5. Curiosity camp for grades 1 to 5. Full, half, and extended days.

Princeton Montessori School, 487 Cherry Valley Road, Princeton 08540. 609-924-4594. www.princetonmontessori.org.

Day camp for infant through grade four. Infant center for ages 8 weeks to 18 months. Activities for toddlers through age 5 include swimming, music, art, science, outdoor games, and field trips. Themed sessions for grades 1 to 4 include art explorations, fun fitness, and Native Americans. Half, full, and extended days available.

Princeton Recreation Department, 380 Witherspoon Street, Princeton 08540. 609-921-9480.

For Princeton residents only. Arts and crafts, swimming, and sports for rising first to sixth graders, full and extended days. Also teen travel and more.

Princeton University Day Camp, Dillon Gym, Room 3, Princeton 08544. 609-258-3533. www.princeton.edu/campusrec.

Junior camp for grades 1 to 5 and senior camp for grades 6 to 8 includes sports, field trips, swimming, arts, crafts, and other activities. Extended hours available. CIT program for grades 9 to 12.

Rambling Pines Day Camp, 174 Lambertville Hopewell Road, Box 3, Hopewell 08525. 609-466-1212. www.ramblingpines.com.

Eight-week program with full, mini, or extended days featuring horseback riding, gymnastics, performing arts, computer, ropes, off-road biking, basketball, golf, and swimming. Lunch and transportation included. Ages 3 to 13. Teen Camp for grades 7 to 9 for eight weeks includes two field trips per week. Leader in training for 10th grade students.

Rutgers Preparatory School, 1345 Easton Avenue, Somerset 08873. 732-545-5600. www.rutgersprep.org.

Sports, games, fun, arts, and adventure. Half or full-day MiniBlast for ages 3 to 6. Half or full-day SummerBlast for ages 7 to 13.

Snipes Farm Day Camp, 890 West Bridge Street, Morrisville 19067. 215-295-1139. www.snipesfarm.org.

One week sessions for ages 5 to 12. Farm chores, gardening, harvesting, cooking, nature walks, music, science, and art. Extended days available.

Solebury School, 6820 Phillips Mill Road, New Hope 18938. 215-862-5261. www.solebury.org.

For age 4 to grade 7. Six one-week sessions include swimming, sports, computers, art, and science. Lunch provided. Extended day available. CIT program for students entering grade 8.

South Brunswick Recreation & Community Affairs, 124 New Road, Monmouth Junction 08852. 732-329-4000. www.sbtnj.net.

Day camps for grades 1 to 8 include trips, sports, crafts, games, community service, and special guests. Viking Sports camps for pre-K to high school include baseball, cricket, softball, basketball, field hockey, gymnastics, lacrosse, soccer, cheerleading, tennis, volleyball, track and cross country, and football. Enrichment programs for grades K to 8 include STEAM, reading/writing, cooking, woodworking, music, dance, film, theater, Lego robotics, art, and more.

Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association, 31 Titus Mill Road, Pennington 08534. 609-737-3735. www.thewatershed.org.

Day camp featuring environmental education for ages 5 to 16. CIT program for grades 10-11. Topics include Tricky Tracks, Sticks and Stones, Survivor Kids, Wet & Wild, Artrageous Adventure, Packs & Peaks, and many more.

Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart, 1200 Stuart Road, Princeton 08540. 609-921-2330. www.stuartschool.org.

Co-educational program for ages 2 to 17 features academic enrichment, visual and performing arts, culinary arts, technology, and culture and travels. All-girl athletic camps for tennis, field hockey, lacrosse, and basketball. Camp Stuart for pre-school and junior kindergarten includes weekly themes.

Terhune Orchards, 330 Cold Soil Road, Princeton 08540. 609-924-2310. www.terhuneorchards.com.

Farm camp for ages 7 to 12, one-week sessions, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Picking fruits and vegetables, tending animals, studying insects, identifying trees, field trips, stream walks, and nature exploration. Future Farmers Gardening Camp for ages 7 to 12, one-week sessions, hands-on farming, old fashioned games, and activities focused on the children’s garden.

The Hun School of Princeton, 176 Edgerstoune Road, Princeton 08540. 609-921-7600. www.hunschool.org.

Games, sports, swimming, and more for ages 5 to 13. Five one-week themed programs. Junior CIT program for age 13. Lunch provided. Full, half, and extended day available.

The Pennington School, 112 West Delaware Avenue, Pennington 08534. 609-737-1842. www.pennington.org.

Week-long programs for students age 10-15 in arts, sports, and academic enrichment. Options include outdoor adventure, lacrosse, soccer, basketball, engineering and problem solving, public speaking, and DJ camp. Boys’ soccer for ages 7 to 9. Extended day available. Lunch included.

The Village Learning Center, 15 Yard Road, Pennington 08534. 609-737-7877. www.thevillagelearningcenter.com.

Activities for ages 2.5 to 8 including swimming, Legos, nature, science, petting zoo, performances, and more.

Waldorf School of Princeton, 1062 Cherry Hill Road, Princeton 08540. 609-466-1970. www.prince­tonwaldorf.org.

‘Hawks’ ages 10 to 13; ‘Foxes’ ages 8 and 9; ‘Crayfish’ ages 6 and 7; and ‘Tadpoles’ ages 4 and 5. Two two-week sessions. Activities include water play, food preparation, painting, cooperative games, and special guests.

West Windsor Police, 20 Municipal Drive, West Windsor 08550. 609-799-0452. www.westwindsorpolice.com.

Youth Academy for West Windsor youth in grades five and six. Free.

West Windsor Recreation, 271 Clarksville Road, West Windsor 08550. 609-799-6141. www.wwparks-recreation.com.

Day and travel camps, sports camps, specialty camps, and programs for special needs.

West Windsor-Plainsboro Community Education, 321 Village Road East, West Windsor 08550. 609-716-5030. www.ww-p.org.

STEM, sports and fitness, creative arts, and drama camps. Half and full-day options. Extended care available.

YMCA Hightstown East Windsor, 230 Mercer Street, Hightstown 08520. 609-448-1357. www.ymcanj.org.

Kiddie Kamp for ages 6 to 12 has field trips, special guests, instructional swim, music, and arts and crafts. Extended care available.

YMCA Hopewell Valley, 62 South Main Street, Pennington 08534. 609-737-3048. www.hvymca.org.

Camp Reign for kindergarten to grade 7. Leader in training program for grades 8 and 9. Also, Camp Tomahawk sports camp for grades 3 to 7. Safety Town for rising kindergarteners. Bricks 4 Kids and martial arts for grades K to 5. Located at Toll Gate School. Extended day available.

YMCA Princeton, 59 Paul Robeson Place, Princeton 08540. 609-497-9622. www.princetonymca.org.

Discovery Camp and MVP Sports Camp for ages 4 to 12. Also specialty camps focused on specific topics and preschool camp for ages 3 to 5.

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

Sports, trips, dance, animal care, aquatics, theater, arts and crafts. Two, four, and eight week sessions. CIT program.

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. One and two-week sessions. CIT program and teen adventure camp for ages 15 and 16.

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

For girls ages 7 to 16. Aquatic program, creative arts, horseback riding. One and two week sessions. Related to Camp Ockanickon for boys ages 7 to 16.

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

For boys ages 7 to 16. Swimming and boating, archery, fishing, rugby. One and two week sessions. Related to Camp Matallionequay for girls ages 7 to 16.

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 younger, first-time campers. Group transportation arranged 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, Suite 200, Cherry Hill 08003. 856-428-6256. www.campsaginaw.com.

Residential camp located at 740 Saginaw Road, Oxford, Pennsylvania. Coed, ages 6 to 16. Arts, adventure, athletics, and waterfront activities.

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

One and two-week sessions for ages 7 to 17; Acces, an inclusion program for campers ages 8 to 19 with mild to moderate developmental disabilities.

Camp Watonka, Hawley 18428. 570-226-4779. www.watonka.com.

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

Camp Zeke, 31 Barry Watson Way, Lakewood 18439. 212-913-9783. www.campzeke.org.

Jewish overnight camp for ages 7 to 17 in foothills of Poconos with an emphasis on healthy, active living. Culinary arts program, fitness and creative electives, private lake and miles of trails. Air-conditioned cabins.

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

Sleepaway camp from Monday to Friday for ages 7 to 15 at Blair Academy in Blairstown. Transportation included. Two to eight-week sessions.

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

Residential camp for girls and boys entering grades 2 through 8. Three and six week options. Movie studio, heated Olympic pool, roller hockey rink, sports complex, crafts and technology center, driving range, drama center, and outdoor activities.

Middlesex 4-H, 645 Cranbury Road, South Brunswick 08536. 732-398-5264. www.nj4hcamp.rutgers.edu.

Seven one-week themed residential camps at Lindley G. Cook 4-H Camp in Sussex County. For those entering grades 4 to 11. Courses in environmental education, creative arts, waterfront, and recreation. CIT programs for campers who have completed grades 9 and 10.

Summer Matters, 1777 North Valley Road, Malvern 19355. 610-296-6725. www.summermatters.org.

For ages 5 to 21 with high functioning autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, or similar social challenges.

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

Two and four-week sessions at sleepaway camp for boys and girls ages 7 to 15, Swimming, archery, sports, performing arts, horseback riding, ropes course, outdoor cooking. Two to four weeks. Also Ranch Camp for western horsemanship, CIT program, and Adventures Bound.

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Arena Gymnastics at Gymland, 6 Tennis Court, Unit B, Hamilton 08619. 609-584-7700. www.gym-land.com.

Weekly sessions for ages 5 to 16. Mini-camp for ages 3 to 5. Full, half, and extended days available.

Blue Star Lacrosse, www.bluestarlacrosse.com/camps.

Lacrosse camp for players in grades 3 to 12 of all levels. Camp takes place at the Hun School of Princeton from June 26 to 30. Lunch included.

Bob Smith’s Soccer Academy, 153 West Manor Way, Robbinsville 08691. 609-468-7208. www.bobsmithsoccer.net.

Four one-week soccer camps for ages 5 to 14 in air conditioned facility. Two one-week all sports camps for ages 7 to 14. Full or half days with before and after care available.

DiJulia School of Golf, 250 Brownsburg Road, New Hope 18938. 215-862-9045. www.dijuliagolf.com.

Golf for ages 6 to 13. Half-day sessions run Tuesday through Thursday at Jericho National Golf Club.

Early Prospects Baseball Camp, 2083 Lawrenceville Road, Rider University, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-289-6262. www.earlyprospects.com.

Three-day half-day hitting camp for ages 13 to 18; one-week all skills Little League camp for ages 8 to 12; one-week high school all skills camp for ages 13 to 15.

ESF Summer Camps at Lawrenceville School, 750 East Haverford Road, Bryn Mawr 19010. 610-581-7100. www.esf­camps.com.

Baseball, basketball, soccer, lacrosse, flag football, golf, street hockey, softball, tennis, and European team hand ball for boys and girls, ages 6 to 14, at Lawrenceville School. Campers play two to three sports and swim each day.

Good Nick Squash, 2500 Main Street, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-620-7609. www.goodnicksquash.com.

For squash players of all ages and levels. Program includes skill work, conditioning, and yoga. Activities for overnight campers include bowling, laser tag, and movies. Three one-week sessions at the Lawrenceville School in June. Half days available for ages 6 to 14. Full day and boarding option for ages 9 to 17.

Hasty Acres, 121 Laurel Avenue, Kingston 08528. 609-921-8389. www.hastyacres.com.

Horseback riding camp with one-week sessions includes hands-on experience grooming and handling horses as well as two riding sessions daily. For all levels. Rain or shine.

Hillsborough Racquet & Fitness Club, 345 Amwell Road, Belle Mead 08844. 908-359-3600. www.hrcfitness.com.

Nine-one week themed programs for ages 4 to 13. Counselor in training program for ages 14 and 15. Half, full, and extended day. Activities include indoor and outdoor sports, art, music, dance, karate, and optional weekly field trips.

Hopewell Valley Equestrian & Sports Camp, 114 Pennington Hopewell Road, Hopewell 08525. 609-466-3000. www.hvgc.com.

One-week tennis, golf, and equestrian programs at Hopewell Valley Golf & Country Club.

Hunter Farms Riding Club, 1315 Great Road, Princeton 08540. 609-924-2932. www.hunterfarms.us.

Summer riding program for all levels. Lessons, jumping, shows, stable management, crafts, and games.

Ice Land, 6 Tennis Court, Mercerville 08619. 609-588-6672. www.ice-land.com.

Three one-week full-day hockey programs focus on stick handling, shooting, powerskating, goalkeeping, and defense for ages 14 and under.

Irish Strength Club, 601 Lawrence Road, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-882-7900.

Strength training for grades 5 to 8 in seven week program. At Notre Dame High School.

Johnny Rooney’s Sports Camp Academy, Rocky Hill 08553. 908-672-9398. www.falrooney.com.

Fal-Rooney Olympic Camp in Montgomery includes games, competitions, and sports for boys and girls kindergarten to grade 8.

Mercer County Community College, 1200 Old Trenton Road, West Windsor 08550. 609-570-3311. www.mccc.edu.

Sports camps for ages 6 to 15 include baseball, basketball, field hockey, golf, trail biking, soccer, volleyball, speed/agility/quickness, and tennis. Daily swimming optional. One-week sessions.

Mercer County Park Commission, 334 North Post Road, West Windsor 08550. 609-303-0706. www.mercercountyparks.org.

One-week equestrian camp for ages 6 to 17 at varying levels.

Mercer Junior Rowing Club, 1 South Post Road, Suite I, Princeton Junction 08550. 609-799-7100. www.rowpnra.org.

Novice rowing camp for grades 7 to 12. No experience necessary. Level 1, Level 2, and Advanced Camp programs. On Mercer Lake in West Windsor.

Nassau Racquet & Tennis Club, 1800 Route 206, Skillman 08558. 908-359-8730. www.nassautennis.net.

Junior tennis and sports for all levels ages 5 to 17. Tournament Tough for tournament and high school players. High performance summer training program for sectionally and nationally ranked players. Daily and weekly rates available.

Nike Camps. 800-645-3226. www.ussportscamps.com.

Basketball at Princeton Day School. Golf, tennis, baseball, soccer, and lacrosse at the Lawrenceville School. Running and field hockey at the Pennington School. Swimming and boys’ basketball at the College of New Jersey. Volleyball at Rutgers. Day and overnight options.

Notre Dame High School, 601 Lawrence Road, Lawrence 08648. 609-882-7900. www.ndnj.org.

Co-ed baseball for grades 5 to 9, basketball for grades 3 to 8, and tennis for ages 10 to 15. Boys’ lacrosse for grades 5 to 9 and football for grades 3 to 9. Girls’ soccer and softball for grades 5 to 9. Cheer camp for ages 7 to 15.

Peddie School, 201 South Main Street, Hightstown 08520. 609-490-7532. www.peddie.org.

Basketball, swimming, golf, field hockey, and strength camps. Half and full-day options.

Phillies Baseball Academy Summer Camps, Haverford 19041. 610-520-3400. www.philliescamps.com.

Baseball camp for boys and girls, ages 6 to 14, is located at Lawrenceville School, August 7 to 11. Skills taught include pitching, hitting, base running, fielding, catching, sliding, bunting, rundowns, and cutoffs.

Power Pitching & Hitting Professional Baseball Instruction, Plainsboro 08536. 732-586-1309. www.powerpitchingandhitting.com.

One-week Premier camps for ages 6 to 12 at West Windsor Community Park and indoor facility. One-week Future Prospects camp for ages 12 to 16 and four-day Back to School camp for ages 6 to 17 at West Windsor indoor facility and Cuiffani Field. Full or half days available.

Princeton Day School, 650 The Great Road, Princeton 08540. 609-924-6700. www.pds.org.

Tennis, fishing, flag football, soccer, high ropes, mountain biking, ice skating, athletic all-stars programs, hockey, and more.

Princeton Pong, 745 Alexander Road, Suites 9-12, Princeton 08540. 609-987-8500. www.princetonpong.com.

Table tennis camps for all levels focusing on technique and skill development as well as the rules and regulations of the game. Programs are held in the 10,000-square-foot facility featuring 14 table tennis tables.

Princeton Racquet Club, 150 Raymond Road, Princeton 08540. 732-329-6200. www.princetonracquetclub.com.

Tennis day camp for all levels includes instructional drills and match-play. Junior development for ages 6 to 16. Tournament training for ages 10 to 18. Morning, afternoon, all day, and extended day available. Indoor courts in case of inclement weather.

Princeton Sports Management. www.princetonsportsmanagement.com.

International Futbol Camp at the Pennington School, June 26 to 30, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for premier and elite-level players ages 8 to 15. Each day includes skill and strategy work, group exercises, and games.

Princeton Tennis Program, 92 Washington Road, Princeton 08540. 609-520-0015. www.ptp.org.

Tennis camps for beginner through elite levels at Community Park, Veterans Park, and Princeton University.

Princeton University Sports Camps, 71 University Place, Princeton 08544. 609-258-3369. www.princetonsportscamps.com.

Camps for ages 7 to 18 include baseball, boys’ and girls’ basketball, cross country, fencing, field hockey, football, ice hockey, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, squash, swimming, volleyball, tennis, track & field, wrestling, and water polo.

Pro Skate, 1000 Cornwall Road, Monmouth Junction 08852. 732-940-6400. www.proskatenj.com.

Indoor ice skating for ages 5 to 12. 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Learn to skate, hockey skating, and freestyle with jumping, turning, lunges, and more. Half days and extended days available.

Riding High Farm, 145 Route 526, Allentown 08501. 609-259-3884. www.ridinghighfarm.org.

Summer camp program offers adaptive recreational horseback riding and therapeutic intervention. Programs for beginners, advanced beginners, and riders with special needs include caring for a horse, developing riding skills, and horse related crafts, games, and activities.

Rockville Climbing Center, 200 Whitehead Road, Hamilton 08619. 609-631-7625. www.rockvilleclimbing.com.

Climbing programs for ages 8 to 16 including exposure to the skills and tools used for outdoor climbing and mountaineering. Four one-week sessions. After care available.

Rutgers Preparatory School, 1345 Easton Avenue, Somerset 08873. 732-545-5600. www.rutgersprep.org.

Xtra-Bases baseball for boys ages 7 to 14. Boys and girls basketball, tennis, and volleyball camps. Boys’ lacrosse for grades 2 to 9.

Schafer Sports Center, 5 Graphics Drive, Ewing 08628. www.schafersports.com.

Half day pre-school camp for ages 3 to 5. Full day camps in gymnastics, soccer, or multi-sport for ages 5 to 12. Extended day and swim lessons available.

Sebastiani Fencing Academy, 741 Alexander Road, West Windsor 08540. 609-578-0765. www.sebastiani­fencing.com.

Camps in one-week sessions. Also group and private lessons for all ages.

Silver Dollar Stables, 80 Petty Road, Cranbury 08512. 609-395-1790. www.silverdollarstablesnj.com.

Summer program for ages five and up, beginners to intermediate level. Six, one week sessions, 9 a.m to 3 p.m. E-mail silverdollarride@aol.com for information.

Team 85 Fitness and Wellness, 9500 K. Johnson Boulevard, Bordentown 08505. 609-298-8585. www.team85fitnessandwellness.com.

Eleven one-week themed sessions featuring a variety of sports as well as arts and crafts and team-building exercises. Sessions include Introduction Week, Patriotic Week, Camp Olympics, Field Day Week, Around the World in Five Days, Carnival Week, Beach Week, Team Building Week. For ages 4 to 14.

The Hun School of Princeton, 176 Edgerstoune Road, Princeton 08540. 609-921-7600. www.hunschool.org.

Soccer, baseball, and basketball for boys and girls ages 8 to 15. One-week sessions.

Trenton Thunder Baseball Camp, 1 Thunder Road, Waterfront Park, Trenton 08690. 609-394-3300. www.trentonthunder.com.

Three two-day camps for ages 7 to 12 to train with Thunder players and coaches on the field. Tuition includes one ticket to a Thunder game and a Thunder hat.

Windsor Athletic Club, 99 Clarksville Road, West Windsor 08550. 609-356-5000. www.usawac.com.

Nine one-week sessions for ages 6 to 16 featuring sports as well as typical camp activities. Camps customize their daily programs.

World KM Taekwondo, 2495 Brunswick Pike, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-882-9007. www.worldkm.com.

Summer camp for ages 4 to 12 includes martial arts, as well as swimming, gymnastics, arts and crafts, movies, and more. 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Extended days available. One-week sessions.

YMCA Trenton, 431 Pennington Avenue, Trenton 08618. 609-599-9622. www.trentonymca.org.

Day camp for ages 5.5 to 14 at Rider University. Breakfast, lunch, field trips, and special events are included.

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Bridge Academy, 1958 B Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-844-0770. www.banj.org.

Five-week remedial reading program for ages 7 to 13 at a first to fourth-grade reading level. Spelling, oral reading, cursive handwriting, environmental science, math activities, and technology.

Cambridge School, 100 Straube Center Boulevard, Pennington 08534. 609-730-9553. www.thecambridgeschool.org.

Summer program for grades K to 12 includes morning academics and optional afternoon enrichment or intensives.

College of New Jersey, 2000 Pennington Road, Ewing 08628. 609-771-2227. precollege.pages.tcnj.edu.

Residential programs. Intensive one-week robotics camp for rising juniors and seniors, July 30 to August 4. Microcontroller programming, sensing systems, digital electronics, wireless communication, and computer vision with electrical and computer engineering professors. Includes visits to facilities and fun evening activities. Bonner Summer Fellows serve Trenton-area organizations and take part in film screenings, discussions, and other intellectual/recreational activities. Pre-college academy includes programs in health professions, biology, and physics.

Enspire Academy, 9 Schalks Crossing Road, Plainsboro 08536. 609-937-6804. www.enspireacademy.com.

Programs for grades 6 to 12 include confidence boosting, public speaking management, organization and study skills, and training for leadership, interviews, and etiquette.

ESF Summer Camps at Lawrenceville School, 750 East Haverford Road, Bryn Mawr 19010. 610-581-7100. www.esf­camps.com.

One-week science, technology, and creative camps for grades K to 9. ‘Majors’ include robotics, animal advocates, art, theater, fashion design, and CSI forensics. Junior Business Academy for grades 5 to 8.

Fusion Academy, 116 Stanhope Street, Princeton Forrestal Village, Princeton 08540. 609-919-9193. www.fusionprinceton.com.

Personalized curricula based on one-on-one instruction in standard academic subjects as well as wellness, test prep, life transitions, and creative arts.

ID Tech Camps, Internal Drive. 888-709-8324. www.internaldrive.com.

Technology camps for ages 7 to 18 to create digital movies, 2D and 3D video games, websites, and robots at Princeton and Rider universities and the Hun School of Princeton. Day and overnight camps.

imaginationGuru, 1325 Route 206, Montgomery 08558. 800-762-9854. www.imaginationguru.com.

Programs in chess, 3D printing, animation, story telling, game design, and robotics. Students in grades 9 to 12 can build their own 3D printer.

International Ivy. 908-899-1338. www.iisummer.com.

Weekly enrichment programs at the Chapin School, 4101 Princeton Pike, Princeton. Full or half-day sessions from July 3 to August 18.

JEI Learning Center, 33 Princeton-Hightstown Road, Princeton Junction 08550. 609-897-1072. princeton.jeilearning.com.

Programs in math, English, reading & writing, problem-solving math, and critical thinking.

Junior State of America. 800-317-9338. www.jsa.org.

Summer school classes on Princeton University campus on government and politics, macroeconomics, international relations, U.S. history, and speech and political communication as well as guest speakers, debate workshops, and trips to New York City.

Keyboard Kids International Inc., 6-10 Towne Center Drive, North Brunswick 08902. 732-821-1400. www.keyboardkids.org.

Enrichment camp with daily computer use as well as outdoor activities, music, art, water play, and more for ages 2.5 to 8. Half, full, and extended days available.

Mercer County Community College, 1200 Old Trenton Road, West Windsor 08550. 609-570-3311. www.mccc.edu.

Camp College for grades 7 to 10 includes algebra, creative writing, electrical engineering, English, geometry, pre-algebra, and SAT prep. Other programs for ages 6 to 16 include Amusement Park Physics, Chemical Wizardry, and Crazy Contraptions.

Notre Dame High School, 601 Lawrence Road, Lawrence 08648. 609-882-7900. www.ndnj.org.

Academic courses for credit, enrichment courses, and blended classes.

Princeton Day School, 650 The Great Road, Princeton 08540. 609-924-6700. www.pds.org.

Specialty programs in arts, humanities, and sciences including rocketry, journalism, debate, comic book illustration, chess, theater, math, history, and language arts.

Quakerbridge Learning Center, 4044 Quakerbridge Road, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-588-4442. www.quaker-bridge.com.

Option II honors courses, test prep for SAT, SAT II, ACT, SSAT, and PSAT, [rograms in python, computer science, game programing, multi-culturalism/current events, intro to biology/physics, reading, writing, math, public speaking, writing, science/STEM, and more for grades 4 to 10.

Rutgers Preparatory School, 1345 Easton Avenue, Somerset 08873. 732-545-5600. www.rutgersprep.org.

Academic summer school tech/gaming/academic programs in chess, engineering, video game creation, and Legos, as well as SAT math prep, debate, and International Ivy Summer Enrichment.

SciCore Academy for Science and the Humanities, 125 South Main Street, Hightstown 08520. 609-448-8950. www.scicore.org.

Programs in hands-on science, mathematics, writing, early reading, chess, computer applications/robotics, and spoken Spanish for ages 4 to 14.

Science Seeds, 29 Emmons Drive, G-10, Princeton 08540. 917-453-1451. www.scienceseeds.com.

Science enrichment program for ages 4 to 14 in one-week sessions. Drone programming, robotics, game design, 3D printing, electronics, maker camps, more. Weekly themes include Star Wars, Harry Potter, and more. Half day camps for ages 4 to 6.

Summer Institute for the Gifted. 866-303-4744. www.giftedstudy.com.

Residential program for gifted students ages 13 to 17 at Princeton University. Courses in the humanities, math, science, technology, visual and performing arts, and fitness and recreation. Extended commuter program also available.

The Hun School of Princeton, 176 Edgerstoune Road, Princeton 08540. 609-921-7600. www.hunschool.org.

For students entering grade 6 and up. Credit courses in algebra II, pre-calculus, geometry, and chemistry. Enrichment courses in writing, SAT prep, science, and math. American Culture & Language Institute offers English instruction and cultural enrichment. Boarding available for ages 13 to 17.

The Lewis School of Princeton, 53 Bayard Lane, Princeton 08540. 609-924-8120. www.lewisschool.org.

Multisensory language and learning instruction and enrichment programs. Four week program.

The Newgrange School, 526 South Olden Avenue, Hamilton 08629. 609-584-1800. www.thenewgrange.org.

Academic-based program with a focus on writing, reading, science, math, and social studies.

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