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Our Mission!

"The Flatbush Park Day Camp is a Jewish Day Camp, under the auspices of Flatbush Park Jewish Center, which itself is operated according to the principles, laws and customs of the Torah and modern Orthodox Judaism. 

All campers at the Flatbush Park Day Camp are expected to adhere to these principles and laws while they attend camp, whether on camp grounds or on trips off camp grounds.

Our program is designed to promote sound recreational, educational and religious development of all our campers, regardless of their degree of religious affiliation. At Flatbush Park, we set high standards geared towards providing all our campers with a summer of fun growth, learning and enjoyment, all carried out in a safe environment. The day camp, campers and home must share the same goals. Through mutual concern and cooperation, we can look forward to a successful summer for all."

- Kevin Adelson, Director


Our day camp program combines physical, educational and cultural activities for all our campers, while insuring the development of each child’s individual abilities.

Activities include arts and crafts, music, dance, sports (age appropriate), ceramics, MMA, tennis, swim and Judaic studies. There is a daily minyan for davening for all children (yeshiva and non-yeshiva children).

Swimming instruction is geared to meet the children’s individual needs. All campers are evaluated during the first few days to determine their swimming abilities and skills levels, and are grouped accordingly.

Hot nutritious, Glatt kosher lunches (dairy lunch 3 times a week, meat lunch 2 times a week) are cooked and served at camp. Afternoon snacks are served daily. Alternate food selections are available everyday upon request (see sample menus).  

Activities Include:

Arts & Crafts, Music, Tennis, Physical Fitness Activities, Sports Leagues, Ceramic classes, Field Day Activities, Color War, Carnival, Weekly Oneg Shabbat Program, Mixed Martial Arts, Bowling, Dance/Zumba, Red Cross Swim and more!

In our Program, weekly trips of interest include;

QZar, The Jewish Children’s Museum, Hot Skates, Adventurers Long Island Laser Bounce, Adventureland, Fun Station, the NY Aquarium, World Ice Arena, NY Mets Baseball, The Beast Boat Ride and much more!


Junior Division
(Grades 1 & 2, boys & girls, separate)
Trips for the Junior Division are once a week, usually on Tuesday.

Intermediate Division
(Grades 3 & 4, boys & girls, separate)
Trips for the Intermediate Division are once a week, usually on Wednesdays.

Senior Division
(Grades 5 & 6, boys & girls separate)
Day trips for Seniors are usually on Mondays and Thursdays. In addition Seniors go on a couple of late night trips over the course of the summer.

Dismissal Information
A menu is sent home every Friday describing lunches, trips and special events for the upcoming week.  Dismissal begins at 3:45PM Monday – Thursday, 2:45PM on Friday.  Children who do not ride the bus are to be picked up at 3:45PM Monday-Thursday and 2:45PM on Friday (see parent handbook for complete bus and dismissal information).

*All trip costs (admission, food, etc.) are included in your tuition. You may wish to send along additional money for souvenirs (use your discretion).*

***Please feel free to contact the Camp office year round with any questions.


Our administrative staff consists of professional educators, with a strong teaching and camping background.  Our director, assistant director, head counselor & most of our division heads are licensed by the New York City Department of Education, as supervisors or teachers.  Our aquatic staff is directed by WSI certified instructors and all of our lifeguards are licensed and certified by the New York City Department of Health and the American Red Cross. All our specialty instructors (ceramics, arts & crafts, music, dance/aerobics, MMA, tennis) are highly experienced, licensed teachers.  Our Judaic Studies program is under the direction of our Judaic Studies director, who serves as an assistant principal in a local Yeshiva. All our pre-school teachers are licensed by the New York City Department of Education and work as teachers in the New York City school system during the school year.  Our counselors are trained (most of them have grown up at Flatbush Park Day Camp) and highly motivated towards providing your children with a fun-filled, safe & enjoyable summer.


Flatbush Park Day Camp has a program that is tailored to meet the needs of your children, ages 3 through 13 (entering grade 8).  Our Pre-school consists of nursery (ages 3-4), pre-kindergarten (ages 4-5) and kindergarten groups (age 5).  Our Day Camp accepts children entering 1st grade through 4th grade (generally ages 6-9), our Senior Division accepts children entering 5th and sixth grade (generally ages 10-11), and our Tweens program is for children entering grades 7 & 8 (generally 11 to 13 years of age).  Each division has its division head to ensure greater hands-on supervision of all counselors and campers.


Flatbush Park Day Camp has an infirmary staffed full time by a licensed registered nurse (NYS) and a nurse’s assistant, both holding current certification in advanced first aid, CPR for adult, child and infant and RTE (responding to everyone).

In addition, we have arrangements with local physicians (ophthalmologists, pediatricians, internists, orthopedists and surgeons) to bring a camper or staff member for treatment, if the need arises.  In the event our registered nurse determines that additional medical treatment is necessary, we will make every effort to contact the parent/guardian.

Flatbush Park Day Camp is a PEANUT FREE CAMP, no peanut products or products!


Sun, April 14 2024 6 Nisan 5784