ABOUT THE CAMP
Jockey Hollow Camp is owned and operated by Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey. The camp’s 212 pristine acres are located in Mendham Township, Morris County, NJ. The camp offers a large “L”-shaped swimming pool, Low Ropes Challenge Course, Equestrian Center, large playing fi eld and adventurous hiking trails. Six new log cabins and activity shelters, a large troop house and a spacious pavilion provide protection for bad weather days and overnight experiences. Each cabin is equipped with a kitchen and bathroom.
Girls entering grades 1 to 9 will enjoy outdoor cooking, hiking, environmental programs, arts and crafts, songs and games, and swimming. The Low Ropes Challenge Course, comprised of cable wires and ropes, is designed to encourage team collaboration and personal discovery. Pony or horseback riding at our newly-designed equestrian center is an option for horse lovers.
The day camp program offers a diverse schedule that gives each girl a variety of outdoor experiences in a safe environment. She will develop her confi dence, self-reliance and leadership skills while making friends and memories that will last a lifetime. Jockey Hollow is open to all girls regardless of race, religion, ethnic background, or socio economic status.
ACCREDITATION Celebrating our 83rd
year in operation this summer, Jockey Hollow makes
the health and safety of the girls at camp our primary concern. Jockey Hollow is accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA). Additionally, we comply with standards set by the New Jersey State Department of Health, American Red Cross, and Girl Scouts of the USA.
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Become a fan of Jockey Hollow on Facebook! Visit www.facebook.com/JockeyHollowCamp
to see summer camp photos, get program updates and follow camp activities year round!
*Note: you do not need a Facebook account to view updates and photos.
GIRL SCOUTS’ 100TH ANNIVERSARY
In 2012, Girl Scouts is celebrating 100 years of building girls of courage, confi dence, and character, who make the world a better place. It’s an exciting time to be a part of the Girl Scout Movement, and every girl who attends summer camp is a registered member! We are celebrating 2012 as the Year of the Girl! Find out more at www.gsnnj.org
SUMMER 2012 SESSIONS
Session 1: July 2-6 (no camp 7/4) Session 2: July 9-13 Session 3: July 16-20 & July 23-27
July 30 - August 3 & August 6-10
Session 5: August 13-17
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