Find the Right Reform Jewish Camp for Your Child

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From regional camps to specialty camps that focus on sports, science and technology, and the arts, there’s a Reform Jewish overnight camp where every young person can connect, learn, grow, and have fun. Camp provides a nurturing, immersive Jewish experience that promotes community, spiritual growth, and lifelong friendships.

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URJ Crane Lake Camp

West Stockbridge, MA

Grades 2 - 12

Crane Lake Camp is rooted in a long history and rich traditions of excellence. A second home to 350 children each session, campers come together to experience the fun and magic of Jewish camping from across the Northeast. The Crane Lake Community (sometimes referred to as The Bubble) offers a fun, supportive environment where campers can explore, challenge themselves, and develop their passions. At camp, kids of all abilities and backgrounds strengthen their Jewish identities, all while surrounded by beautiful facilities and expert staff.



Our caring and committed staff members (many of whom were campers themselves) strive to enrich the campers’ experiences by helping them build lasting friendships. These relationships provide encouragement and support and offer the opportunity for every camper to realize their full potential.



URJ Eisner Camp

Great Barrington, MA

Grades 2 - 12

URJ Eisner Camp harnesses the transformative power of Jewish camping, to create meaningful relationships that lay the foundation for our community. Children and teens from across the Northeast join together each summer to experience the fun and magic of our kehillah kedoshah (sacred community).


Caring and committed staff strive to enrich the campers’ experiences by creating opportunities for them to build lasting friendships and become the best versions of themselves. Our staff cultivates curious minds and a creative spirit by providing encouragement and support as our campers embrace the challenges of learning new skills in athletics, aquatics, the arts, adventure, and nature programs. Grounded in Jewish values, the Eisner Camp community is immersed in a wide range of innovative educational pursuits and unique spiritual experiences.



URJ 6 Points Sports Academy

Asheville, NC

Grades 4 - 12

At 6 Points Sports Academy, young Jewish athletes from across +33 states and 7 countries participate in a unique camping experience that combines professional sports coaching and the beloved traditions of Reform Jewish camping. Our programs are open to athletes entering grades 4 through 12.


Campers feed their passion for sports at 6 Points and strengthen their identity as Jewish athletes! Our unique approach to Jewish education promotes Jewish identity building throughout the course of each day. Our campers not only improve their athletic abilities, they build self-confidence, strong connections to their peers and grow into proud Jewish athletes.



URJ 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy

Byfield, MA (East)

Grades 5 - 12

At 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy-East, our staff members create and use incredible curricula, created in partnership with education experts, to guide campers in bringing to life the questions that capture their imaginations. Using a hands-on, project-based approach, campers learn and create in a collaborative environment. Campers choose one primary track, or “Workshop,” where they spend a total of 2½ hours throughout each day, in addition to exploring the world through our amazing counselor-led chugim (electives) and outdoor recreational periods like Sababa and Kinesthetic Sciences.


Workshops are taught by our lead instructors, who are professionals in their field and/or professional educators (such as science teachers) who bring both a passion for the subject and experience working with children. They are supported by college-age counselors majoring in fields of science and technology and actively engaged in learning and research. These amazing counselors also develop and lead our incredible chugim (electives)!



URJ 6 Points Creative Arts Academy

West Chester, PA

Grades 4 - 12
We elevate the Arts and Judaism as interconnecting sparks, inspiring campers, faculty and staff to work toward transformational change in their lives and communities. Our campers experience all that the Creative Arts Academy has to offer in our 12-day sessions. From arts majors, chugim (electives), and kinesthetic arts (recreational activities) to all-camp programs that build community, a session of camp helps campers advance their skills, discover new passions and make friends that could last a lifetime, while also growing as individuals.
Our values: 

CREATIVITY, יְצִירָה (YETZIRAH)

Immerse ourselves in creation in diverse ways, recognizing and cultivating our unique gifts to continually contribute to the design of a world still in formation.

CURIOSITY, סַקרָנוּת (SAKRANUT)

Embrace the Jewish tradition of continuous learning and discovery.

GRIT, אֹמֶץ לֶב (OMETZ LEV)

Display courage and resolve, drawing on strength of character to journey beyond our comfort zones.

COLLABORATION, שִׁלּוּב (SHILUV)

Work together with others. We seek and value their contributions, while also offering our own insights and perspectives.

CRAFTSMANSHIP, מְלָאכָה (M'LACHA)

Concentrate on the quality of our efforts, holding process in balance with performance.



URJ 6 Points Specialty Camps West (Sci Tech, Arts)

Thousand Oaks, CA  

Grades 3 - 12
URJ 6 Points West Specialty Camps is the camp that curious and creative minds have been waiting for! Campers entering grades 3-12 spend 12 days on a college campus just outside Los Angeles, exploring their passions within two separate tracks: Sci-Tech and Arts.


6 Points West is a warm, Jewish setting where campers make friends who share their passions. Throughout their experience, campers explore what Judaism means to them and how it can be a doorway to connect to their interests. All the fun, friendship and identity building of Jewish summer camp with the focus and activities that these kids love the most.



URJ Camp Coleman

Cleveland, GA

Grades 3 - 12
From generation to generation enriching Jewish lives since 1962. Camp Coleman, a program of the Union for Reform Judaism, serves campers from the Southeast United States from Tennessee and the Carolinas through Georgia and Florida.


Our mission is to inspire campers and staff to be caring, committed, and connected to the Jewish community through an extraordinary camp experience.

Committed to core values of respect, peace, community and kindness, we build a warm and caring community where campers have fun and experience the excitement and warmth of belonging to a Reform Jewish community. We look with pride to the thousands of young people who have formed lasting friendships and called Camp Coleman home for more than 50 years. Our mission is to inspire campers and staff to become caring, committed, and connected to the Jewish community through an
extraordinary camp experience.

URJ Camp Coleman allows our children to live a wholly Jewish life while at camp. Campers can experience Jewish culture and tradition while in a safe, challenging and fun environment. In a natural setting, campers are given the opportunity to explore their Judaism. Coleman provides a creative setting for Jewish living and learning, through camp programming. At Camp Coleman campers and staff can develop lifelong friendships.



URJ Henry S. Jacobs Camp

Utica, MS

Grades 2 - 12
For over 45 years, Jacobs Camp has served a region that does not have a single large Jewish community. Many of its campers come from small cities and towns. For them, Jacobs Camp is a Jewish oasis. It provides a Jewish world that just does not exist for most campers during the rest of the year. And as the Jewish communities in the camp region have evolved over the years, with several small congregations closing, Jacobs Camp has remained a center of Jewish life in the Deep South.



URJ Greene Family Camp

Bruceville, TX

Grades 2 - 12

At GFC, we believe that everything we do is connected to four main values that are ever-present in Judaism and in life. We hope that by bringing these four values to the forefront of our minds as a full staff, we will be better able to create and maintain a safe, fun, and Jewish environment and community for our campers from summer to summer: 

  • Myself-Hineni-הנני, being an individual 
  • Friendship-Reut-רעות, making meaningful and worthwhile relationships 
  • Respect-Kavod-כבוד, respecting your peers and yourself 
  • Jewish People-Am Yisrael-עם ישראל, community of Jewish people



URJ Camp George
Seguin, ON
Grades 3 - 11
Camp George is the Reform Jewish Movement’s only Canadian camp. Since its inaugural season in 1999 Camp George has offered the best in Reform Jewish Camping blended with the rich history and tradition of the Ontario Residential Camp experience.

Through informal Jewish education, the Arts, a state-of-the-art Waterfront program, an intense Ropes Challenge Course, and great athletic facilities, Camp George offers campers an experience of a lifetime. Campers gain independence, develop fabulous friendships, and establish an identification with their Judaism and the Jewish values that weave their way through the entire camp program.



GUCI (Goldman Union Camp Institute)
Zionsville, IN
Grades 3 - 12
GUCI is more than just a summer camp! GUCI is a community. Our campers and staff create and live in an atmosphere where it is cool to be Jewish. Our Jewish heritage, history and values are integral parts of our program. Through activities designed to help build friendships within cabin groups and grade specific units, campers become a part of a greater Jewish community. That community lives on long after camp ends. Friends made at camp are friends all year long. The social and Jewish impact of camp can last a lifetime. Many campers return summer after summer. Many become staff members. The magic of GUCI is handed down from generation to generation.




OSRUI (Olin Sang Ruby Union Institute)


Oconomowoc, WI

Grades 2 - 12

OSRUI is rooted in a long history and rich traditions of excellence. A second home to more than 1000 campers and staff each summer, our community comes together to experience the fun and magic of Jewish camping. For seventy years, the OSRUI Community has created a fun, supportive environment where campers can explore, challenge themselves, and develop their passions. At camp, kids of all abilities and backgrounds strengthen their Jewish identities, all while surrounded by beautiful facilities and expert staff.



URJ Camp Newman

Santa Rosa, CA

Grades 3 - 12

Here at Camp Newman, we work together to build a community of acceptance, where we role model positive behaviors, and acknowledge that each and every member of the community is vital and important. We live by the value of b’tzelem Elohim, which reminds us that each of us are created in the image of God meaning that each person at camp has a specific set of needs, wants, feelings, hopes, and dreams.



URJ Camp Kalsman

Arlington, WA

Grades 3 - 12
Campers from across the Pacific Northwest - Oregon, British Columbia, Alaska, Montana, Idaho, and Washington - call Camp Kalsman home. We are committed to our six core values: friendship, kehilah kedoshah (sacred community), Reform Jewish identity, chesed (kindness), connection to Israel, and our relationship to teva (nature). Camp Kalsman’s 300 beautiful acres offer a great balance of education and recreation. We practice active Jewish education, which incorporates Judaism into many different activities. Our campers learn new skills and hone existing ones in athletic, aquatic, artistic, and nature programs. Camp Kalsman is the premiere Jewish camp in the Pacific Northwest. Join us for a summer of fun, friendships of a lifetime, and an unparalleled Jewish experience. We can’t wait to welcome you home this summer!



URJ Camp Harlam

Kunkletown, PA

Nestled in the foothills of the magnificent Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania, Camp Harlam provides the finest in Jewish Camping. Established in 1958, Camp Harlam has developed a strong tradition of success and excellence based on a highly skilled staff dedicated to the spiritual, physical, social and emotional well-being of each child, while building lifelong relationships between friends.


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