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 meets the unique needs of middle-schoolers in one-week sessions that focus on community service and social and personal growth.
  • Aquatics
  • Etgar (Challenge): Rock Climbing and more
  • Sports and Games
  • All things arts & crafts
  • Social Action
  • Shabbat Celebration
  • Outdoor Living
  • Field Trips
  • Color war
  • Israeli Dance and Cooking
  • Undernights

 

 

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

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INTEGRITY
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.

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

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

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COURAGE
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.

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RESPONSIBILITY
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.