Camp Menorah

Camp Menorah 2020

Thank you for your interest in Camp Menorah 2020! At this time, we do plan to open camp this summer in accordance with recommended safety and health guidelines. The scheduled opening date for Camp Menorah is June 22. We will share more information as it becomes available. Registration information will be available soon.

Please email Rabbi Rebeccah Yussman with any questions.

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Our Mission

Throughout the summer, campers will engage in Jewish and community experiences and exploration, including service projects, in-house special events, and creative endeavors. Combine this with summer camp favorites like sports, singing, arts and crafts, and water games and you have a summer full of both fun and learning. Each day, campers will participate in all-camp activities like opening circle and chugim (electives) such as sports, arts and crafts, drama, and reading development. We help all kids thrive, learn, and grow.

Safety & Transportation

Campers are assigned to groups according to age and grade. Each group has a trained and reliable team of counselors responsible for their safety. For identification purposes, camp t-shirts, free with registration, must be worn.

Hot Lunch & Food Guidelines

Snacks are provided, but all campers should bring a healthy peanut-free lunch to camp each day. We will not be offering hot lunch this summer. We follow a kosher-style policy, so please do not send any pork, shellfish, or lunches that mix milk and meat. Refrigeration is available upon request but we cannot heat up any food.

About Camp

Camp Menorah KEF (K - 5th GRADE)

Kef means FUN, and that's the plan for summer! Campers are grouped by age and/or grade, led by both senior and junior counselors. In addition to the camp activities, each week includes both a trip to the beach and a field trip. Programs stimulate camper imagination, provide Jewish experiential learning, and promote active fun, making the camp experience like no other!

Camp Menorah Mitzvah (6th - 7th GRADE)

A new opportunity at Camp Menorah! The Mitzvah group will spend some time at camp helping with our programs, as well as participating in leadership training and their own service projects. We combine fun with personal growth, community service and building lasting friendships.

CIT's (Counselors in training: 8th - 12th GRADE)

Our counselor-in-training program is geared to the camper who is ready for more responsibility. The CITs will contribute to all aspects of camp, from planning programs and activities to assisting camper groups, chugim and all-camp events. Along the way they will work with staff to develop and hone their skills in the areas of organization, leadership, planning and responsibility.

Session Dates

All dates are subject to change due to shifting health and safety guidelines. Please contact us for our refund policy.

Session 1

July 6 -10
July 13 - 17

Session 2

July 20 - 24
July 27 - 31

Session 3

August 3 - 7
August 10 - 14

Camp Fees

Fees are per two-week session.

Camp Menorah KEF (K - 5th Grade)

3 days (MWF)
5 days

Camp Menorah Mitzvah (6th - 8th grade)

3 days (MWF)
5 days

CIT's (Counselors in training: (9th - 12th grade)

3 days (MWF)
5 days

Non-Member Fee


* Non-refundable Registration Fee


Additional Fees

Camp Menorah offers extended day care from 8:00 am in the morning and until 6:00 pm after camp.

Extended Day Care: $250/session per camper.

Contact the Camp Director

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