Casino Night has been postponed till next year, 2021
Casino Night has been postponed till next year, 2021 -->
IMPORTANT: The Camp Sunshine will be CLOSED for the 2020 summer session.

Camp Sunshine first opened its doors during the summer of 1970, and has been open every summer for the past 60 years. Yes you read correctly, Camp Sunshine will be celebrating it’s 60th Anniversary this summer.

As most are aware, in the past few weeks Governor Murphy signed an executive order allowing day camps to open while following strict guidelines. In the weeks since that announcement, very few guidelines and regulations have been released to allow us to adequately prepare to open our doors. The safety of our volunteers, staff, and campers continues to remain our #1 priority. That being said, we regret to announce that Camp Sunshine will be closed for the 2020 season.

Our priority has now shifted and we are doing everything we can, as updated regulations and guidelines become available, to prepare to open in September for the 2020-2021 Camp Snowflake season! We look forward to when we can see our staff, amazing campers, and dedicated volunteers again in person.

Please check back soon as we have some fun plans to continue to celebrate Camp Sunshine's 60th summer in a virtual manner. Just as our camp wouldn't be possible in person without everyone's support, we will need YOUR help to make this VIRTUAL CELEBRATION for 60 YEARS OF CAMP SUNSHINE come to life!

Please don't hesitate to contact us with further questions via email or Facebook. Stay safe and stay healthy!

Sincerely, your Camp Sunshine/Snowflake Administrators

Recreational Programs for Children and Young Adults with Multiple Disabilities


Camp Sunshine & Camp Snowflake are located at the Saddle River County Park, Wild Duck Pond Area at 1133 E. Ridgewood Avenue, Ridgewood, NJ 07450.

Call us for further assistance: 201-652-1755

From North

Take Rt. 17 South to the E. Ridgewood Ave., Ridgewood, Exit. Follow E. Ridgewood Ave. for approx. 3/4 mi. After passing Paramus Rd., the Saddle River County Park, Wild Duck Pond Area, will be on your right. Enter on the westward side of the Park, past the Duck Pond.

Or Take Garden State Parkway South to Exit 165, Oradell Ave., Ridgewood. Follow signs to Oradell Ave., Ridgewood. This will become Ridgewood Ave. Follow over Rt. 17. Then, follow as above.

From South

Take the Garden State Parkway North to Exit 163, Route 17 North. This is a Left Exit. Stay on Route 17 for approx. 2 miles to the Ridgewood Ave., Ridgewood, Exit. Go under overpass and back over Route 17. Then, follow as above.

From East

Take Route 4 West to Route 17 North. Take Route 17 North for approximately 2.3 miles. Follow as above.

From West

Take 287N to Exit 58 (208 South). Follow 208 South to the 2nd Maple Ave. exit heading toward Ridgewood. Follow Maple Ave. back over 208 and toward Ridgewood. At the sixth traffic light, you will have reached E. Ridgewood Ave. and the center of Ridgewood. Make a Right at this light onto E. Ridgewood Ave. You will be on Ridgewood Ave. for about 1 mile and the Saddle River County Park, Wild Duck Pond Area, will be on your left about 1/10 mi. after the Pleasant Ave. traffic light.