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Our Mission

Camp Menorah strives to provide our campers with a safe, nurturing Jewish camp experience and well-rounded, quality programs. Our goal is to instill pride in Judaism through a dynamic combination of athletics, water sports, arts & crafts, field trips and enriching activities.  Campers will develop an understanding of what it means to be a part of a Jewish community, and learn about themselves as individuals.  By exposing our campers to the beauty of our Jewish heritage, we provide them with amazing memories


All staff members are required to complete a staff training program, including CPR & First Aid certification. Our CITs are chosen for their enthusiasm, experience, skills, Judaic knowledge and caring attitude. High Schoolers are eligible for community service hours if desired.

Campers are assigned to groups according to age and grade. Each group has a trained and reliable team of counselors responsible for comfort and safety. For identification purposes, camp t-shirts, included with registration, must be worn when we leave campus. Transportation for all bus trips will be provided in buses equipped with seat belts and driven by trained, experienced and licensed bus drivers.

Campers are welcome to bring sack lunches (no refrigeration available) or partake in our Hot Lunch program, Snacks are provided daily. Please do not send pork, shellfish or peanut products to camp. All food and snack service will follow strict safety and health guidelines.



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!

A new opportunity at Camp Menorah! The Mitzvah group will spend some time at camp helping with our camp 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 allcamp events. Along the way they will work with staff to develop and hone their skills in the areas of organization, leadership, planning and responsibility.


All Programs require a minimum 2-week enrollment

DATES & RATES (subject to change in accordance with health and safety guidelines)

Week 1:  June 22-26
Week 2:  June 29-July 3
Week 3: July 6-10
Week 4:  July 13-17

Week 5:  July 20-24
Week 6:  July 27-31
Week 7:  August 3-7
Week 8:  August 10-14

Mon, September 20 2021 14 Tishrei 5782