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LAKEVIEW DAY CAMP of East Brunswick Holding an Open House for Prospective Families on April 29th and May 7th

LakeView Camp will host two events for interested families. Credits: logo

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ  – LakeView Day Camp, a private lakefront day camp is celebrating its 79th summer and we want you to be a part of the action. This Saturday the 29th of April and Sunday May 7th, we are holding tours at 9 and 11AM as well as 1 and 3PM. Walk the grounds with our director, get to meet some of our staff, learn about extensive programming and our amazing facility that goes along with that. Our goal is that you leave with no unanswered questions and the only thought will honestly be, why did we not consider LakeView sooner? We encourage you to bring the kids; this decision is very much about them. You will take a thorough, informative tour while they learn about the summer the way kids should, through interactive play.

To book a tour for this weekend, or any future date, please call us at 732-821-8933 or send us an email to We know how and where your children spend their summer is a very important decision. Find out why LakeView is the right choice if you want more than just fun in the sun. Self confidence, life long friendships, challenge and success are why campers return each summer. LakeView is not just a place you visit it, is a place you belong!  

To learn more about LakeView Day Camp please visit us at

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About LakeView Day Camp

 LakeView is the perfect combination of everything you want in a camp, a wonderful community, immediate access to the outdoors, extensive programming, and a staff that is so warm and dedicated to their work they feel like family!


505 Riva Ave

East Brunswick, NJ  08816

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