CAMPERS & DIVISIONS


Camp Programs for Ages 3 through 15

Frogbridge Day Camp is able to offer “camps within a camp.” There are nine separate programs, each one specifically designed for a particular age range. Each camp is led by its own Division Leaders who take (remove s on takes) special care to provide safe, educational and entertaining activities all summer long.



Tadpole Village: Pre-K & K campers (Ages 3-5)


Tadpole Village is a division where children are nurtured, encouraged, and safeguarded. Under constant and careful supervision, all campers in Tadpole Village are led by experienced, licensed, adult teachers, adult assistants and collegiate aides. Here, they’ll make the most of our camp facilities as well as, age appropriate facilities which include a separate pool for instructional and recreational swim periods, air-conditioned activity rooms, enclosed outdoor playgrounds, fields and pony rides. A mini week program (Tues., Wed., and Thurs. – full day) is also available for 3, 4 and 5 year old campers.

Important Information:

1.) Tadpole Village Campers must be a minimum of 3 years old at the BEGINNING of camp.

2.) Tadpole Village Campers must be fully potty trained. Diapers, including pull-ups, are not permitted. All children must be able to use the bathroom facilities on their own.



Intermediate Camp: First Grade Campers (Age 6)


Frogbridge Intermediate Camp is our division for those campers entering the first grade (6-years old), and is the bridge between Tadpole Village and Junior Camp. Under the care and supervision of experienced and licensed adult teachers and experienced collegiate assistants, our Intermediate Campers are encouraged to participate in a wide range of activities. The limited number of campers in each group allows the teachers to give much needed individualized attention to each camper. A mini week program (Tues., Wed., and Thurs. – full day) is also available.



Junior Camp: Second and Third Grade Campers (Ages 7-8)


All Junior Camp groups are led by licensed adult teachers and experienced assistants. While all campers participate in team sports, creative, and performing arts. Junior campers going into second and third grade also choose personal “Club” (elective) choice activities each week. The campers are guided and encouraged to expand their imaginations and increase their knowledge through athletics, nature, and art.



Middle Camp: Fourth and Fifth Grade Campers (9-10 Years Old)


All Middle Camp groups are led by experienced collegiate counselors, most of which are studying education in college, and experienced assistants. Every activity in middle camp is tailor-made to nurture the emerging maturity evident in this age group. Middle campers have the ability to select several personal “Club” (elective) choices each week. Along with sports league options, where campers will gain additional instruction and playtime. The campers are guided and encouraged to expand their imaginations and increase their knowledge through athletics, nature and art.



Senior Camp: Sixth and Seventh Grade Campers (Age 11-12)


A program designed to meet the complex and diverse needs of the maturing camper. Senior campers have more personal “Club” elective choices than any other campers. This flexibility gives senior campers the ability to customize their schedule to meet the interests of each individual, thus doing more of what they want to do, when they want to do it.  Seventh graders may also choose to join our “Getaway Day Travel Program” where campers receive a Six Flags Combination Season Pass on the first day of camp and leave the campgrounds once each week for a fun filled outing with lunch included.



“SCORE“ Travel: Eighth Grade Campers (Age 13)


This travel program is offered to those campers entering the eighth grade whose interests expand well beyond the everyday camp experience. While still participating in weekly special events and on-site activities, S.C.O.R.E. campers also attend three exciting day-trips each week. Eighth grade travel campers will receive a pass to Great Adventure and Hurricane Harbor, with lunch included. We reserve the right to deny entry into this program based on past assessments or current interviews with new campers. Campers have traveled to amazing destinations such as:


  • Broadway, NYC
  • Jenkinson’s Boardwalk
  • Camelback Mountain Waterpark
  • Medieval Times
  • Breakwater Beach
  • Somerset, Trenton and Lakewood Minor League Baseball Games
  • Delaware Water Tubing
  • Duck Tours, Philadelphia
  • Spirit Cruises, NYC

C.I.T. and Teen Travel: Ninth and Tenth Grade Campers ( 14 -15 years old)


All Ninth and Tenth Grade Campers have the option of choosing between our Counselor in Training (C.I.T.)  and our Teen Travel Programs.  Details can be found below. 




OPTION 1

Counselor in Training (CIT PROGRAM): Ninth & Tenth Grade Campers


Once a camper becomes a CIT, they will work with team members on developing responsibility and learning the essence of caring for others through observation and hands-on involvement. CIT’s will be placed in two different age groups throughout the summer, in order to understand the diversity and complexity of working with children of various ages. All CIT’s will assist their teachers or counselors for 6 periods every day, followed by a swim period and two activity periods with their peers. CIT’s attend one weekly off-site trip.

All 10th grade, CIT’s are invited to join their peers on an overnight trip where they will socialize with other campers their age. All current CIT’s are assessed each summer, and acceptance as a team member is based on those assessments. We reserve the right to deny entry into these programs based on past assessments or current interviews with new campers. If a camper successfully completes the CIT Program they are given a Frogbridge CIT diploma as well as the opportunity to interview for a position at our camp for next summer!

CIT campers will attend one off-site trip each week to amazing destinations throughout the summer. Here is just a sample of previously attended trips:

· Broadway, NYC

· Camelback Mountain Waterpark

· Medieval Times

· Rockville Climbing Center

· Dave and Busters

· Spirit Cruises, NYC



OPTION 2

Teen Travel: Ninth & Tenth Grade Campers


Campers will venture out on four fun and exciting trips each week. Our travelers will receive a season pass to Great Adventure and Hurricane Harbor, with lunch included. In addition, our travelers will attend four extended, overnight trips, totaling 10 travel days and 6 travel overnights. Four and five week campers may enjoy 2 overnight trips, six and seven week campers may enjoy up to 3 overnights.  Tickets, lunch and travel expenses are included as well as breakfast, lunch, dinner, hotel lodging and coach bus service on all overnight trips. We reserve the right to deny entry into this program based on past assessments or current interviews with new campers. Teen Travel campers can look forward to attending:

Overnight trips to exciting venues like:

· Hershey Park – one night, two days. Accommodations in the Hershey Lodge!

· Boston – two nights, three days

· Busch Gardens, Baltimore Maryland – two nights, three days

· Kalahari – one night, two days

When our Teen Travelers are not attending our overnight trips, they are busy traveling to local destinations such as:

· Broadway, NYC

· Medieval Times

· Dave and Busters, Philadelphia

· Yankee Stadium

· Spirit Cruises, NYC

· Belmar Beach

· Somerset, Trenton, and Lakewood Minor League Baseball Games

· ESPN Zone

· NBC Studio Tour, NYC