Parent and Child Weekends

Our Parent/Child programs create lasting memories, foster achievement and develop skills that both parents and adults will cherish for a lifetime.In 2018 we're planning new adventures, new programs and specialty weekends that parents and children will love! You will stay in our year-round cabins unless otherwise noted, and enjoy meals in the dining hall. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions!


NEW! PARENT/CHILD WOODWORKING WEEKEND (November 30 - December 2, 2018)

Adult $160, Child: $115

You and your child will get a hands-on experience creating a beautiful wood project for your home. Outside of our woodshop, you’ll be inspired by all of the fun activities we have at camp. Working together, you’ll build more than just a bird house, you’ll build a memory that will last a lifetime.

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MOTHER/SON WEEKEND (November 9-11, 2018)

Adult $145, Child: $100

Creating memories of laughter & adventure. Join us for a weekend designed to celebrate and nurture the relationship between a mother and son. Finding your way while orienteering, hiking to a majestic overlook and working together to create fire by friction will offer you and your son opportunities to laugh and play while creating lifetime memories.

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FATHER/SON WEEKEND (January 2019)

Quality time through outdoor experiences. Fathers and sons celebrate their bonds through outdoor learning while experiencing quality time together. We empower each father and son to strengthen their relationship while generating experiences for life learning. Whether creating fire by friction or working together assembling a survival shelter, dads and sons will create memories for a lifetime.

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By registering for a Fairview Lake YMCA Camps program, the individual agrees to indemnify and hold Fairview Lake YMCA Camps (henceforth “the Y”) harmless for any loss of property of injury to any group member, guest or invitee using the facilities and/or services of the Y. The individual recognizes further that the Y is a charitable association within the statutory definition and the Y is immune from liability for damages under NJSA 2A:52A-7 et seq. The individual agrees to provide adequate and competent supervision of any minor members, guests or invitees while using the facilities and/or services of the Y.

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