• InfoAge Science History Center @ Camp Evans InfoAge Science History Center @ Camp Evans


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Mission Statement

Continue saving historic Camp Evans to honor those who served on the home front in WWII by expanding our Science History Center into the buildings of the WWII Army Radar Laboratory.

The center is a consortium of organizations saving and teaching technology and hisotry of radio, radar and wireless. Featured is the inventions and benefits of the technologies: radio, radar, wireless, computers, WWII technology inventions, WWII vehicles and a shipwreck museum.


Continue to repair and prepare the 37 acre grounds and the buildings to house more museums, classrooms and educational equipment. We have completed 10 buildings and we have 8 more in process.

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Average Review 3 reviews

Would you recommend InfoAge Science History Center @ Camp Evans?

by Bob H. from Sparta, NJ (2012-10-12 03:11:22.0)
Fred Carl is a visionary and has created a wonderful learning center out of an about to be abandoned facility. It is most worthy of community support via volunteering and visiting. Congratulations to Fred and his family and entire team for a truly outstanding community service.
by Daniel J. (2010-12-14 14:56:56.0)
Everything that I have ever been interested in is at Infoage WWII Jeeps and hardware from the era, NASA, The Haunted Hotel, The Historical Divers Association "20+ shipwrecks discovered and Identified off the Jersey shore" The Marconi Hotel where wireless was further studied, not to mention all the amazing events! any time I have spent there volunteering has been amazing! Thank you Fred Carl! Sincerely Dan Jacobs
by Cori C. from Wall, NJ (Administrator for this Organization) (2010-10-28 13:49:43.0)
I've been a volunteer with InfoAge since 2000. Having seen the condition the buildings were in when they first got them, what they've done with the site is nothing short of a miracle. Dozens of Eagle Scouts have come out of InfoAge, as well as three summers of Landmark Volunteer groups. They can be a bit disorganized, but that's because InfoAge has become a real community center and it's hard to coordinate with all of the groups and volunteers.