Beber Camp Becky Altman, Director -

Jewish Summer Camp is one of the most important experiences a child can have and Beber Camp has been a leader in the field for 40 years.  At Beber Camp, kids learn new life skills, create Jewish identity and make friendships that last a lifetime.  Beber’s veteran staff works intimately with parents and campers to make sure that the Beber Experience is a good fit. Beber campers thrive in a fun, supportive community where they can learn, explore, and challenge themselves through world-class, choice-based programming. Exceptional counselors and supervisors are there for support and encouragement every step of the way. The lessons your children bring home from camp will last a lifetime, building strengths that will allow them to grow into strong Jewish leaders and people of great character. 


JCC Chicago Camp Chi Ron Levin, Director -

For over 95 years, there’s been no better place to spend the summer than JCC Camp Chi. The small camper to staff ratio ensures that campers in 4th-11th grades receive personalized attention, support and encouragement every day. Campers build their own schedules, choosing what they want to do from more than 40 activities. Our exceptional facilities include two heated pools, athletic fields, art center, air-conditioned gym, aerial adventure course, equestrian stables, a lakefront perfect for water sports and more. After a summer at JCC Camp Chi, campers return home with cherished memories, increased self-confidence, lifelong friends and a meaningful connection to the Jewish community. 


JCYS Camp Henry Horner Graham Little,

Located on 180 wooded acres with a sandy beach front on Wooster Lake, Camp Henry Horner offers a north woods experience in Illinois. Along with beach and lake activities, campers enjoy a high-ropes course and zip line, heated swimming pool, sports, arts & crafts, campfires – and friendships that last a lifetime.  Make your child’s next summer one to remember and join us at Camp Henry Horner!

One- to nine-week camp experiences, Day Camp and Overnight Camp options are available.


Steve and Shari Sadek Family Camp Interlaken JCC Toni Davison Levenberg, Director -

Located on 106 acres in Wisconsin’s north woods and nestled between two beautiful lakes, the Steve & Shari Sadek Family Camp Interlaken JCC is the resident camp of the Harry & Rose Samson Family JCC in Milwaukee and is home to over 400 campers each summer. Since 1966, Camp Interlaken has welcomed Jewish boys and girls entering 3rd grade through 10th grade from all over the world.

Interlaken offers two 4-week sessions with a 2-week option at the beginning of each for younger campers. Driven by Jewish values, Camp Interlaken celebrates a balance between instruction, competition and fun. Our priority every summer is to return each camper home a better version of him or herself. For 50 years, Interlaken Campers have thrived in their second home where “everybody is a star!”


Camp Moshava Wild Rose Josh Zwelling, Director -

Camp Moshava Wild Rose. which is located in Wild Rose, Wisconsin enters is 77th year in Jewish camping. The mission of Camp Moshava is to model the ideals of Modern Orthodox Judaism and Religious Zionism through a safe, engaging and nurturing co-educational summer sleep-away camp   experience. Camp Moshava inspires children and young adults to become future leaders and to     pursue extraordinary lives through a deep commitment to Torah, Avodah (Service) and Israel.Our Tochnit (program) interweaves the summer’s theme through reenactments held, songs learned, and stories told throughout all aspects of camp. Integrating Sichot (discussions and seminars) with a fullschedule of fun activities which include; sports, swimming, boating, arts and crafts, drama, hikes, archery, zumba, fishing and field trips to name a few which allow the campers to“live” in a period of Jewish history. The week culminates with the Machane (camp) celebrating an amazing and uplifting Shabbat together. 


Camp Nageela Midwest Ari Strulowitz, Director -

Welcome to the world of Camp Nageela Midwest! Situated on a beautiful 500+ acre pristine campus in Marshall, Indiana, Nageela has been providing the ultimate camping experience for kids and teens for 10 summers. As the only single gender Jewish camp in the Midwest, Camp Nageela proudly welcomes campers from all Jewish backgrounds and affiliations. Our program features a world of opportunities and unique experiences that give every camper the chance to discover new strengths and talents while making friends that last a lifetime. Our warm and nurturing staff create an unparalleled environment for every child to succeed and keep in touch with campers all year long! Check it out and see for yourself! We can’t wait to welcome you to the Nageela family!


URJ Olin-Sang-Ruby Union Institute Jerry Kaye, Director

In 1952, Union Institute was founded by the Reform Movement; today, URJ Olin-Sang-Ruby Union Institute serves more than 1,000 campers each summer from throughout North America and beyond.  Located 35 miles west of Milwaukee on the shores of beautiful Lac La Belle, OSRUI offers a unique environment for campers in grades 2-12.  We combine creative and innovative Jewish experiences with all the fun of summer camp – swimming, sports, drama, dance, archery, boating, horseback riding, visual arts, campfires, photography, waterskiing, high and low ropes, biking, camping trips, caring counselors, and, most importantly, lifelong friendships.


Camp Ramah in Wisconsin Jacob Cytryn, Director -

Camp Ramah in Wisconsin builds Jewish lives and Jewish leaders through the cultivation of lasting friendships, holistic Jewish living and the experiential fun of an immersive summer camp setting.  Activities include sports, swimming, high and low ropes courses, climbing wall, archery, sailing, kayaking, music, dance, nature, photography, radio, arts and drama. Meals are kosher and Shabbat is observed. The camp is located 15 miles north of Eagle River, Wisconsin, on beautiful Lake Buckatabon. Sessions include a four-day session for entering third graders, two-week sessions for entering fourth graders, four-week sessions for entering fifth- and sixth-graders, and an eight-week session for entering seventh- to 11th-graders. Scholarships are available.


Habonim Dror Camp Tavor Max Jensen, Outreach Administrator -

Camp Tavor is located just 30 minutes from Kalamazoo, MI and 2.5 hours from both Chicago, IL and Detroit, MI. Our private campsite on lovely Lake Kaiser includes a swimming pool, multiple sports fields, arts and crafts and music facilities, and numerous hiking trails. These amenities give us ample space to host stimulating, enriching, and varied daily activities. With a 4:1 camper-to-counselor ratio, a maximum of 200 campers per session, and activities that bridge the age gap, Camp Tavor's community is nurturing and inclusive. Its activities are individualized and aim to build self-confidence and youth empowerment.


Camp Young Judaea Midwest Robin Anderson, Director -

Located in Waupaca, Wisconsin (about 3 hours from Chicago), Camp Young Judaea Midwest has provided a Jewish camp experience for children in grades 2-9 for over 40 years. Our beautiful 80 acre lakefront property provides the opportunity to explore, take on new challenges and make friendships that last a lifetime. We offer a camp program that grows with our campers; they get to experience our wide range of land and water activities including waterskiing, tubing and sailing, arts and crafts, rock climbing, biking, digital photography, overnight camping and more. 

Camp Young Judaea Midwest is one of five Young Judaea camps in the United States. CYJ Midwest has a community of campers from across the spectrum of Jewish background and belief.  

Campers come from over 15 states around the country to join our small community, only 130 campers per session. CYJ is a kosher and Shomer Shabbat facility.