Keeping the Summer Alive Year-Round!

Keep the summer alive, all year long!

  1. Keep in touch with camp friends! Call, text, email!
  2. Login to Mom & Dad’s parent portal and look at pictures from this past summer and the summers before!
  3. Come to the 2018 reunion: Sunday, November 4th from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM @ The Funplex in Mt. Laurel, NJ!
  4. Keep up with our Upcoming Events page for events in your area!
  5. Watch videos on our Vimeo page!
  6. Wear your Pine Forest Camp shirts from this and past summers!
  7. And don’t forget to follow us: @pineforestcamp!

Lower Camp Takeover!

It doesn’t get much better than this for lower camp! Our older campers are officially all away on their trips. Juniors and Intermediates have the run of camp. It’s a lower camp takeover! The highlight of the day was the COLOR DAYS THROWBACK THROWDOWN.  The girls and boys recreated Color Days themes from previous years and competed against each other in decorating the bunk, making a corresponding skit, and CLEAN-UP!

Senior Trips!

It’s SENIOR TRIPS time! Our 9-11th graders look forward to this day every summer and it’s finally here! Our 9th graders are on their way to New England and our 10th graders are headed to Montreal.  Curious as to what they’ll be up to? We thought so! Below are some highlights.

9th Grade Trip to New England:
-Quincy Market and Fanieul Hall
-Boston Common
-Freedom Trail
-Old Orchard Beach and Palace Playground
-Tennis Hall of Fame
-Touro Synagogue
-Brick Market Place

10th Grade Trip to Montreal
-Laser Quest
-Jet boating on the Lachine Rapids
-La Ronde Amusement Park
-Lake Placid Olympic Sport Complex
-Catherine Street

11th Grade Trip to Boston
-Newbury Street
-Boston University Tour
-Northeastern University Tour
-Tufts University Tour and Information Session
-Quincy Market
-Dinner at Fire + Ice

Tomorrow, our 7s head to the Adirondacks and our 8s head to Vermont!

Big Sister | Little Sister

The secret is out!

This week Senior and Hi-Senior girls got the names of their “little sisters”. It was up to them to provide clues as to who they are. Is that a note under my pillow? A bracelet in my cubby? Who made my bed for me? Last night was the BIG REVEAL: Older campers identified themselves to their little sisters at a multi-dimentional evening activity!

It was a great few days of mystery and excitement!