Summer Morning Recreation

Resident youth entering first grade through eighth grade as of September ’20 are invited to spend their weekday summer mornings (9:00 – 12:00) participating in a variety of activities including: park activities, crafts, sports, field trips and swimming. Participants will meet at Ocean Township Elementary School (555 Dow Ave) each day. The Oakhurst Meeting room, West Park Recreation Center, Municipal Gymnasium and the Ocean Community Pool & Tennis Facility will also be used daily for this summer program in order to accommodate increased enrollment.
Program Dates: Three 2-week sessions are offered:
Session 1: July 6 - July 17
Session 2: July 20 -July 31
Session 3: August 3-August 14
Fee: $90.00/session residents; $120.00/session non-residents(payable to Township of Ocean)
Location: Ocean Township Elementary School
Registration: Registration will be available on-line at as of Feb. 12, 2020 for residents and March 11, 2020 for non-residents.
Transportation: Available for Township of Ocean residents to and from Morning Recreation at an additional charge. Click here for details.

To facilitate your registration Click Here to access your existing account or create your account (for new registrants.) Feel free to contact the Department of Human Services with questions.

Morning and Afternoon Project Extend Summer Care        

Morning Project Extend is offered from 7:00 - 9:00 am before Summer Morning Recreation.
Afternoon Project Extend is offered from 12:00 - 6:00 pm after Summer Morning Recreation.
(Youth registering for either Morning Summer Project Extend or Afternoon Summer Project Extend must be registered for the corresponding session of Morning Recreation.)  

Th ere is no bus transportation available with this extended day program. 

Summer Project Extend Sessions Correspond to Morning Recreation Sessions.  

Click here for information about Project Extend Summer Programs

Click here for Program Rules and Guidelines

Click here for the Group Swimming areas in the Township Pool

Summer Morning Recreation and Summer Project Extend Job Opportunities