Camp Sunrise Lake
If you are looking for an adventurous, fun-filled, outdoor camp, then look no further than Camp Sunrise Lake! Situated within 1,000 acres of Lewis Morris County Park in Morris Township, Camp Sunrise Lake offer 3 week-long sessions. Now in its 10th year of operation, this camp continues to improve activities and enhance camper experiences. New activities for this coming year include outdoor skills, science, and ecology in addition to our traditional program of hiking, swimming, boating, arts and crafts, and much more.
Camp Sunrise Lake welcomes campers aged 5-11 and CITs aged 12-14. Each week is limited to 50 campers and 16 CITs, so early registration is encouraged!

CAMP 2019 DATES:   9:00am - 4:00pm

     Week 1: July 8-12 - SOLD OUT

     Week 2: July 15-19 - SOLD OUT       

     Week 3: July 22-26 - SOLD OUT

Camp Sunrise Lake seeks to provide a safe, fun environment in which children can learn and grow. We seek to foster leadership skills and encourage responsibility trying new things, confronting challenges, and working with a team, all while having a fun and exciting camp experience.

Register Today!

Camper Registration   /    CIT Application


* $250 per week, per camper
     Siblings and Multi-Week campers: $225 per additional week and/or camper
* CITs- $200

Camp Sunrise Lake 2019 Registration Checklist:

* Completed Registration Packet
     Front and back copies of Insurance Card attached
     2x3 Photo of camper attached
     SIGNED Discipline Policy
* Payment sent by check or credit card

Completed registrations (with full payment) may be:

Emailed to: (only if using credit card)
Faxed to:
     973-656-2467 (only if using credit card)
Mailed to:
     Morris County Park Commission
     Attn: Camp Sunrise Lake
     P.O. Box 1295
     Morristown, NJ 07962-1295
Dropped off: (9:00am-4:00pm)
     Cultural Center
     300 Mendham Rd.
     Morristown, NJ 07960
Checks must be made payable to the Morris County Park Commission.


Campers at Camp Sunrise Lake experience days filled with new adventures, safe exploration, fun obstacles, and make memories that last a life time. Campers spend the morning at age-appropriate activities and spend the afternoon at Sunrise Lake Beach Club, where they participate in swimming, boating, and have the opportunity to play on our inflatable obstacle course, the Wibit, and the Zoom Floom slides.
Each week campers participate in Color Wars, a friendly day of competition, and have two themes days.
Sample Daily Schedule



Morning Explorers

Camp Sunrise Lake is offering a new program this year, Morning Explorers, allowing your camper to start camp as early as 8:15. Campers will be completely supervised and led in fun games and activities each morning. Our goal is to make camp more accessible to everyone and accommodate working and busy parents.
Morning Explorer Registration

CIT Program

The CIT (Camper in Transition) Program began in 2014 for growing campers to take on a leadership role within camp. The CIT Program provides a safe opportunity to explore their developing need for independence and growing minds by providing new experiences and added privileges that they would not have as a general camper.
This year, there are a few changes to the program that entrust the CITs with more responsibility and more freedom. CITs will now instruct and lead activities throughout the day and partake in CIT-only training and activities.
CITs are given the unique opportunity to have the fun of camp while learning about helpfulness and responsibility. CITs work closely with staff and counselors, and while it may seem that they are preparing to be counselors, they’re truly learning how to become great leaders and role models beyond Camp Sunrise Lake.
CITs take part in a mandatory CIT Training in July. This all day training session orients them to camp, works on leadership skills, and prepares them to assist their campers and lead activities.
At Camp Sunrise Lake, each CIT:
* Is paired with a group of campers, who they assist and lead throughout the day
* Leads an activity, teaching and instructing young campers in a subject they feel comfortable with
* Has the opportunity to shadow staff members, including activity leaders, counselors, and the Camp Director
* Participate in CIT-only trainings and activities
This program offers the opportunity to develop and expand leadership skills, become a role model for younger children, assist in motivating others, and become part of a high-performing team, all while having fun!
CIT Application