Holiday Camps

Join us for two fun-filled weeks of Winter Camp. We offer an exciting variety of activities for every interest hosted both at the JCC or delivered virtually to your home.

Click below for quick links to your preferred week/camp type.




A dairy lunch, bathing suit, and towel. Campers are required to wear closed-toe shoes. 


Drop Off: 9:00 a.m. / Pick up: 3:30 p.m. (Unless otherwise noted) at the JCC main front entrance.

  • Please use the JCC main front entrance on Executive Drive for both drop-off and pick up.
  • Staff will greet Campers for temperature checks and escort them in. 

EXTENDED CARE (Available for an extra fee):

  • Monday - Thursday: 8:00–9:00 a.m.
  • Monday - Wednesday: 3:30–6:00 p.m.
  • Thursday, December 24 and 31, no extended care.

Price: $12.00 per hour | JCC Member Price: $11.00 per hour.

Late pick-up fee: $1.00 per minute.


Parents are encouraged to put their child’s name on items

brought to camp. The JCC is not responsible for lost, damaged or stolen personal items. 


Please pack a dairy and peanut-free lunch and drink daily (no meat or poultry). Write your child’s name on his/her lunch bag. Lunches will be kept in a cool place, not refrigerated. A snack and iced water provided.


Register online at

Online registration must be completed with payment one week prior to the first day of camp. Campers going on field trips cannot attend without a completed registration form. For registration questions, contact the camp office at 858.362.1132


Our programs welcome children with disabilities on an as space-available basis, contact Wendy Smith 858.362.1123.


For each camp, we are following guidelines provided by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and American Camp Association (ACA). Groups will be limited in size with two counselors, and groups will not intermingle. We will provide each group with as much outdoor time as possible. All LFJCC staff, specialists, and campers will wear masks. Each morning at drop-off temperatures will be checked, any children with temperatures 100 and over will not be permitted to attend camp. Each group will have its own designated space indoors and outdoors.


Please deliver any medication to the camp office. Medication must be in a prescription bottle labelled with name, phone number and dosage and with written medical authorization. Medication must be claimed within three days post camp, or it will be disposed of.


Sandy Siperstein Rafner (858) 362-1112


In-person camps are only available for children of essential workers