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Campers from K5 through 12th grade enjoy facilities that include the bayit (lodge), man-made agam (pond), in-ground pool, climbing wall, low ropes course, archery, sports fields, GaGa pit, camper tended Kibbutz, gymnastics, art spaces, and so much more. The camp gathers in the large tented amphitheater for song sessions, shows and a Shabbat program to end their week. Older campers are offered additional specialties and choices throughout the week.
6255 N. Santa Monica Blvd., Milwaukee, WI 53217
3985 Trails End Rd., Fredonia, WI 53021
Director: Lenny Kass
B’nai B’rith Beber Camp has created life changing summers for Jewish children for more than 35 years. Beber Camp is a residential, co-ed camp nestled in the rolling hills of Mukwonago, Wis., only 45 minutes southwest of Milwaukee. Our private campsite, located on 380 acres with shoreline on beautiful Lake Beulah, allows us to offer more than 90 daily activities for campers ages 7-17. B’nai B’rith Beber Camp is fully accredited by the American Camp Association.
Director: Stefan Teodosic
4930 Oakton St., Suite 405, Skokie, IL 60077
847-677-7130 Fax: 847-677-7132
W 1741 Hwy J, Mukwonago, WI 53149
262-363-6800 Fax: 262-363-6804
There is no better camp for first-time campers than Camp Chi. Girls and boys ages 9 -16 make life-long friendships and form lasting memories under the leadership of nurturing counselors. Campers participate in over 40 activities, including waterskiing, horseback riding, high ropes, rock climbing, arts, sports, radio, sailing and more. Our beautiful wooded property includes two heated pools, air-conditioned gym, equestrian center and private lake. A home away from home for 95 years.
Winter address: 5050 Church St., Skokie, IL 60077
847-763-3551 Fax: 847-763-3680
P.O. Box 104,Lake Delton, WI 53940
847-763-3551 Fax: 847-763-3680
Director: Ron Levin, MSW
Since 1970, CGI has provided thousands of children from all backgrounds and financial status with an engaging summer experience — offering a wide array of activities, including sports, nature programming, the arts, swimming, Judaica, and over 15 field trips. CGI is an affiliate of Lubavitch of Wisconsin.
8825 N. Lake Dr., Bayside, WI 53217
12850N. Oriole Lane., Mequon, WI 53097
414-228-8000 Fax: 414-228-8062
Director: Rabbi Avremi Schapiro
CGI provides children from all backgrounds and financial status with an engaging summer experience — offering a wide array of activities including sports, nature programming, the arts, swimming, Judaica, and lots field trips. It is much more than a break from the school routine. It is a comprehensive program, designed to strengthen body and soul. Rich, wholesome summer fun and excitement, in a warm and spirited atmosphere.
CGI is an affiliate of Lubavitch of Wisconsin.
Director: Fraidy Brook
Camp Moshava of Wild Rose, Wis., is a co-ed, religious Zionist overnight camp for campers entering 4th-12th grades. Affiliated with the Bnei Akiva youth movement, Moshava is shomer Shabbat and glatt kosher, and offers sports, swimming, boating, arts and crafts, zip line, hikes, overnights, color war, special trips and four magical Shabbatot.
3740 W. Dempster St., Skokie, IL 60076
847-674-9733 Fax: 847-674-9736
W8256 County Rd. P, Wild Rose, WI 54984
Director: David Pelzner
This co-ed overnight camp offers 12-day sessions for 4th graders, 4-week sessions for 5th and 6th graders, and eight-week sessions for 7th – 11th graders. Activities include swimming, sailing, music, dance, crafts, archery and a high ropes course, all integrated with Jewish values and observances. Meals are kosher and Shabbat is observed.
Camp Ramah also offers the Tikvah Program for Jewish teens with special needs. 4-week and 8-week programs provide recreational, educational and social experiences within a traditional camp setting.
65 E. Wacker Pl., Suite 1200, Chicago, IL 60601
312-606-9316 ext. 221 Fax: 312-606-7136
6150 E. Buckatabon Rd., Conover, WI 54519
CYJ Midwest is a pluralist camp, with a range from Orthodox campers, to the children of Conservative, Reconstructionist, and Reform rabbis, and campers with less traditional Jewish backgrounds.
We offer a camp experience that grows with our campers: younger campers get to experience our wide range of land and water sports, and older campers get an increasing amount of choice to customize their experience with “tracks” such as Outdoor Adventure, Media Arts and Drama, and Advanced Water Sports.
60 Revere Dr., Suite 800, Northbrook, IL 60062
224-235-4665 ׀ Fax: 847-789-7197
E989 Stratton Lake Rd., Waupaca, WI 54981
715-258-2288 ׀ Fax: 847-789-7197
Director: Noah Gallagher
Associate Director: Robin Anderson
Created by women in the Jewish community of Milwaukee in 1906, for 111 years COA Youth & Family Centers has provided low-income families the opportunity to experience the outdoors. At COA’s Camp Helen Brachman, located on 206 acres in Almond, WI, Camp Helen Brachman offers three 13-day summer sessions for youth ages 8-15; one 6-day summer session; Winter Camp; Family Camp sessions; and 4-day Youth Leadership Institutes for teens. COA also offers 2 in-city Goldin Summer Day Camps, nationally-accredited childcare, daily parental involvement and daily youth development programming in Milwaukee.
Year-Round Camp & Retreat Center
9341 Asbury Dr., Almond, WI 54909
The outdoors becomes its classroom where Jewish Beginnings Lubavitch Preschool moves to during the summer. Children ages 6 weeks to 4 years discover exploration with no boundaries. They enjoy our water slide, water play options and explore weekly summer themes, including sports, natural sciences and the arts. Our butterfly, vegetable and flower gardens require helping hands all summer long, and at day’s end children may be found handing out lemonade from their own lemonade stand. Discoverer’s Division is an affiliate of Lubavitch of Wisconsin.
Director: B. Devorah Shmotkin