Looking for a warm and welcoming Jewish camp experience? Camp Young Judaea is an independent, non-profit camp for kids ages 8-15 from a variety of Jewish backgrounds. Our camper return rate is more than 90 percent every year and almost all of our counselors are former campers! We are excited to share the history, traditions, incredible spirit and culture that sets us apart.
Our second overnight session runs from July 22 through Aug. 15.
With a tremendous array of both classic and innovative activities and learning experiences in a beautiful natural setting, your child will have the opportunity to make real and lasting friendships, gain self-confidence, develop new skills and interests and ignite a lifelong connection to Israel and Judaism in a supportive (and digital-free!) community.
For more information on our rates and dates, please check our website.+ More... - Less...
9 Camp Rd
Amherst, NH 03031
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