Family Camp 2021 is now open!!! We are so excited to welcome you to camp this summer. Space is extremely limited. If you registered in 2020 and have communicated with us that you will be retuning for 2021 your space is already reserved.
The weekend will begin with an exciting camp-style Shabbat dinner and memorable service held under the stars. Throughout the event, family campers can enjoy lakefront activities like waterskiing, kayaking, canoeing, and tubing. They can also tackle the high ropes course and climbing wall, choose from a wide variety of sports, and make crafts to take home to remember the weekend. Family campers will also enjoy campfires and sleep in cabins. Programming is accessible for kids of all ages. At bedtime, parents can enjoy special adult only programming while supervision is provided for the kids in the sleeping areas.
Share a cabin and get 10% off! We encourage families of 4 or less to share a cabin with a family who is also attending if you are comfortable doing so. Both families must indicate on their registration the name of the family they would like to share cabin space with. Please connect with the other family prior to finalizing your registration. If a family cancels you will be billed for an additional 10%. Each cabin has at least 12 beds and the room is an open layout. Two outlets are located in the back of each cabin.
Our Covid-19 policies will take our whole community into account and will reflect best practices in the field of camping in August 2021. We will continue to seek advice from our Medical Committee and will email you detailed information in late July as we learn more. Since many children will not be vaccinated, we will continue to implement some of our summer camp 2021 protocol such as family style eating, sink dividers in our bath houses, and masking when inside public buildings. If you have specific Covid-19 policy questions before registering, please contact email@example.com.
Date : August 13, 2021 at 4pm – August 15, 2021 at 10am
Cost : $139 per adult, $109 per child