‘Maccabim’ campers represent heroes from the story of Chanukah. Maccabim campers enjoy the full camp experience – but we still make sure they rest, snack and socialize! These campers begin their day singing at the flagpole with the whole camp, making projects to take home, swimming lessons, rock climbing, learning pre-reading skills and playing games. Our counselors give campers individualized attention that they need to succeed in their new camp environment.
Tsophim means “lookout,” – and lookout because Tsophim is different in 2021! Tsophim campers have their very own village in the Katz pavilion out in the woods, where they play, develop friendships and build communicative confidence. Campers hone decision making skills with chugim (electives) where they design their afternoon based around their interests. Our traditional camp combines all of the elements of great education and entertainment – sports, the arts, STEM, music & dance and the best collection of silly camp games around!