Camp Category: Ag and Farming, Leadership, Wilderness, Arts and Crafts, Drama, Photography, Residential, CIT Program, Archery, Backpacking, Boating, Canoeing, Equestrian, Fishing, Horseback Riding, Kayaking, Rappelling, Riflery, Rock Climbing, Sailing, and Swimming
Jameson Ranch Camp was founded in 1934. Located on 500 acres bordering the majestic Sequoia National Forest, Jameson Ranch is approximately 150 miles north of L.A. and approximately 280 miles south of San Francisco.
Campers stay for two, four, six, and even eight weeks! Most of our campers come from California, however, JRC campers are found around the world. The facilities at JRC are rustic; campers sleep outside under sleeping porches, open on three sides, able to see the stars each night. Children have always been a part of life on this land and we continue to see them thrive when connected to a positive community and good fellowship.
JRCs values include honesty, integrity, self-respect and respect for others, and we expect campers to act according to these values. As children become adults, their camp experiences become tools for successful living. We invite your child to join us at JRC for the bonds of friendhip, the thrill of success, and the love of family.