Thank you for your interest in Camp Fisher
What our families say about Camp Fisher:
“This program has met my expectations and allows me to work worry free, as I believe my daughter is well cared for while participating in activities she enjoys.”
“He still talks about camp. He loved it!”
“Each time we receive mail from the Arc of Cumberland, she wants to know if it is about going to camp. She loves it!”
Camp Fisher is offered during summer weeks for students with a developmental disability between age 5 thru 20. We currently serve individuals who live in Cumberland County as well as those who live in Gloucester, Salem and Atlantic Counties.
Campers will be provided the opportunity to engage in recreational social, educational as well as leisure activities in a well supervised fun filled environment.
The summer schedule is indicated on the registration form. The camp activities are primarily conducted at the Evanoff Center located at 1680 W Sherman Ave., Vineland, New Jersey.
The camp program will be offered for 3 weeks in August so there will be little or no problem for kids with an Extended School year.
Students are eligible for camp after the completion of their extended school year.
The Arc is now qualified to provide day camp for DDD eligible adults living with their families.
Interested individuals MUST complete an application.
Applications are available at The Arc of Cumberland County or online.
All applications and requests for financial assistance MUST be submitted by April 20, 2017.
Click here to download our printable registration forms below:
For children under 21 years old
or For adults 21 years and older
For more info, see see:
NJ Children’s System of Care —
Summer Camp Frequently Asked Questions and Financial Support towards Summer Camp
For more information about Camp Fisher, please contact:
Director of Family Support Services
This page last updated August 15 2017 21:08:00 -0400