Action Needed: Registration and full payment is now due.

Register Now

Patriots’ Path Council is now making financial commitments to our vendors. It is time to provide us with your best final count and associated payment.

The fee per person is set at $50 which will include camping, program, and access to the Jamboree site.

Please make appropriate arrangements for cooking food within your campsite. A camping guide will be sent out shortly which includes access to water and grey water disposal.

Food trucks have been arranged and a pricing list will be available by the leaders meeting on September 15, 2019.

When you register online, please have ready:

  • Total number of youth and adults
  • On-site leader contact information
  • Your contact information
  • Sizing of your trailer or if you will use an equipment vehicle.

Additional parking passes can be purchased. One parking pass will be issued for every 5 participants registered.

If you have pre-registered and have paid the $100 site deposit, you will be credited this fee for your first two participants.

You may be recruiting new Scouts during the new School year and this is an event they certainly do not want to miss. Additional registrations for Scouts can be accepted with full payment if there are spots available.

Please add on your calendar an important leader’s meeting at the Jamboree site itself on September 15, 2019 from 1PM to 2:30PM. Additional information will be sent out in August.

Thank you very much and we look forward to seeing you soon!

Marketing Materials

Logo (JPG)

Flyer (JPG | PDF)

Why Jersey Jam 2019? (PDFJPG)

Staff Recruitment

We need volunteers to make JerseyJam a success. Click here to apply for a position.

Official JerseyJam 2019 Endorsement

“This is one Jamboree that you do not want to miss. Scout’s honor.”

The Jersey Jam Site

Waterloo Village, designated as an official U.S. Historic Site, is a restored 19th century canal town located within Allamuchy Mountain State Park in Byram, New Jersey.

Waterloo Village has exhibits from many different time periods, from a 400-year-old Lenape (Delaware) Native American village, to a port along the once prosperous Morris Canal. The early 19th-century village contains a working mill with gristmills and sawmills, a general store, a blacksmith shop and restored houses.

Jersey Jam 2019 will be held on the extensive fields located adjacent to, and within walking distance of, Waterloo Village. The Jersey Jam site will have ample accommodations for camping, activities and parking. The facility also includes an enormous open-air stadium where several festivals and band performances have been held…where the Jersey Jam’s Saturday night “Jambo-dacious” show will be held.