Camp Jotoni


The 2014 camp season will be here before we know it! Take a moment to view our new camp video to get ready for some warm weather fun!


Applications for the 2014 Camp season were mailed Friday, March 7, 2014.

Please check the Camp Jotoni Calendar for the schedule of residential and day camp weeks for 2014.


Finding His Inner Confidence

Beginning with his participation in the Early Intervention Program as a baby, Matt has become a very familiar face at The Arc. He has been a Camp Jotoni camper for over ten years, participating in residential camp, respite weekends, and day camp. Through his many years of involvement with The Arc, the staff have seen amazing changes in Matt’s growth and development. When Matt first started at camp, he was hesitant to engage in activities, was generally reserved, and often needed to be coaxed out of his car each day. Matt is now a camp leader, and is often the first to participate in an activity whether it be finger painting, a nature scavenger hunt, or jumping into the deep end of the pool! Matt has formed priceless friendships at camp, and is comfortable around almost anyone including counselors and fellow campers. Matt has made such positive changes in his involvement at camp that even after he graduated from his school program he continued to be a regular at Camp Jotoni. We look forward to watching Matt develop even further in the years to come!



Year-Round Fun at Camp Jotoni!

Spring Weekend - May 16-18, 2014
Summer's Coming Weekend - June 13-15, 2014
Fall Weekend - September 19-21, 2014
Halloween Haunt Weekend - October 10-12, 2014
Holiday Dinner Party - November 15, 2014

Additional information about the above respite services will be included with the 2014 Summer Camp Registration Information, which is expected to be mailed out the second.week of February 2014.


Camp Jotoni

Sounds of joy and laughter fill the campgrounds. Warm summer showers, cool splashes in the pool, songs sung around a campfire are some of the shared memories created at Camp Jotoni, located in the rural Warren, New Jersey. Sponsored by The Arc of Somerset County, Camp Jotoni is a day and residential camp for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Campers are ages five to adult. Camp Jotoni is set on 15 acres in Somerset County, and the camp features a junior Olympic size pool, cabins, dining hall, playgrounds, open air pavilions, unspoiled woods, and nature trail.

Camp Jotoni is accredited by the American Camp Association

Camp Jotoni



To contact Camp Jotoni during the off-season, please call 908-725-8544, x672, or email karinaa@thearcofsomerset.org