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Posted Thursday, January 18th, 2018


Park Commission logoThe Morris County Park Commission’s popular summer camps fill-up quickly, so now is a good time to register your kids for  memorable, fun-filled days at some of Morris County’s most beautiful and unique facilities.

The programs offered allow campers to explore new areas of interest while improving existing skills. All camps are led by certified, professional counselors and are offered at affordable prices.

2017 camp scenes at Morris County parks, featuring kids playing and skating,

2017 camp scenes at Morris County parks

Choose from Adventures in Nature, and explore the rugged outdoors, go canoeing, learn about plants and animals, and develop wilderness survival skills. For action-packed days filled with swimming and boating, beach-side activities, arts and crafts and much more, Camp Sunrise might be your choice. Winter Snow and Cold in Morris County? Time to Think About Summer Camp for Kids!

Love history? Check out programs using the Park Commission’s historic sites as a backdrop. Go back in time to the 1840s, 1880s, and 1920s to solve the problems of survival and success at The Game Is On, or explore the various facets of life on the farm through hands-on activities with All About the Farm Camp.

If you are interested in a career in law enforcement, enroll in the popular Junior Police Academy. Learn about detective work, handcuffing techniques, motor vehicle stops, and take a tour of the county jail. Winter Snow and Cold in Morris County? Time to Think About Summer Camp for Kids!

For young athletes, specialty athletic camps including, ice hockey, figure skating, and golf are offered throughout the summer. There’s never been a more perfect time to learn a new sport, or advance in one that you already love.

For more information and registration, visit morrisparks.net. Camp enrollment is now open. Enjoy the experience!


The Morris County Park Commission features one of the region’s best park systems in the state of New Jersey.  It currently protects and maintains 18,927 acres at 38 distinct sites plus offers a year-round calendar of events and activities for all to enjoy!