Where adventure meets action

Kochavim (Stars)

(grades K and 1)
The sky is the limit for our K & 1st grade Stars! They will take part in all activities we have to offer as well as undernights and field trips. Kochavim campers will enjoy both free and instructional swim 2 to 3 times per week.

Bonim (Builders)

(Grades 2 and 3)
Bonim campers will have the opportunity to make friends, try new activities, and of course have fun! Our builders will swim 2 to 3 times per week and take part in weekly field trips and one overnight per session.

Tsofim (Scouts)

(Grades 4 and 5)
Tsofim campers will venture out of their comfort zone, too, trying some of our adventure-style activities. All Tsofim campers will swim 2 to 3 times per week and take part in weekly field trips & one overnight per session.

Sabras (Natives)

(Grades 6-8)
The Sabra program provides a combination of camp activities both on and off campus with longer and more extensive field trips and overnights, as well as a special mitzvah project which will enhance their time as the oldest campers!
  • Aquatics
  • Etgar (Challenge): Rock Climbing and more
  • Sports and Games
  • Makerspace: All things arts & crafts
  • Social Action
  • Shabbat Celebration
  • Outdoor Living
  • Field Trips
  • Color war
  • Israeli Dance and Cooking
  • Overnights & Undernights

View our Session Schedule & Calendar Here


Our campers will explore community in every sense: social action, tzedakah, give-back, and community projects are our hallmark!


Your campers already have it, they'll just give it a name this summer as they learn about honesty and the principles of positive living.


Campers will learn by the example of our staff and each other as they seek to understand others; show sympathy and kindness.


Grit and stick-to-it-iveness, determination and persistence--the purpose behind camp challenges and the bedrock of personal growth.


Campers draw from a well of bravery as they try new things, go beyond their own expectations, and do the right thing even when it's hard.


Even our youngest campers will understand duty to self and others, accountability, respect for others and the world as they share the communal camp time.