The Outdoor Club of South Jersey is a not for profit organization dedicated to providing opportunities for extending the individual's awareness, knowledge, appreciation, and enjoyment of the environment through experiences in outdoor activities.
The Club is committed to the wise use, preservation, and respect for the outdoors and its natural beauty.
The Club is made up of people of all ages who are involved with the outdoors. All activities are led by volunteer members. The Club offers all members an opportunity to be a part of or to create their own outdoor experience or activity. The activity in any one schedule represents what the advisory committees and leaders want to do for the general membership. The Club represents a 52 week, year around program of outdoor activities consisting of backpacking, bicycling, camping, canoeing, cross country skiing, and hiking.
While most of the activities center around the South Jersey area in nearby state parks and forests, local rural roads, and small rivers of the pine barrens , they have also ranged north to Maine, south to Virginia , and as far west as California.
The individual members' involvement, efforts, volunteer hours, and special contributions are what make the Outdoor Club of South Jersey unique.