J Day Camps

J Day Camps offer the most for your summer: traditional camps, art camps, STEAM camps, teen camps, preschool camps and specialty sports camps offering gymnastics, baseball, basketball, lacrosse and a ninja obstacle course! Plus, swimming, lunch, field trips and pre- and post-care. The J has a camp for every kid, and every kid is welcome at the J.

2019 Camp Dates: May 28–August 9.

What Makes J Day Camps the Best?

  • 12 year-round camp professionals: Our directors are year-round, full-time employees who work with children all year.
  • Multiple locations: Creve Coeur, Chesterfield and Saul Mirowitz Jewish Community School.
  • Choices within camps: Campers choose their afternoon activities, such as racquetball, chess, gardening, fencing and more!
  • Swim lessons onsite; most campers swim daily!
  • State-of-the-art indoor and outdoor facilities.
  • Full-day options: Enjoy camp 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. with pre-and post-care.

J Day Camps offer a variety of weekly summer camps for children ages 3-15, including traditional, sports, arts, gymnastics, STEM, pre-school, teen, leadership development and more. All of our activities help campers develop self-esteem, confidence, leadership and friendships.


Camp Weeks
May 28-31
June 3-7
June 10-14
June 17-21
June 24-28
July 1-5
July 8-12
July 15-19
July 22-26
July 29-Aug. 2
Aug. 5-9
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Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival
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