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Overnight Camps

Overnight Camps

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. Beber Camp is fully accredited by the American Camp Association.

Camp Moshava 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.

This co-ed overnight camp offers a 4-day session for 3rd graders, 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 vibrant Jewish living.  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.

Since 1970, CGI has provided thousands of children from all backgrounds and financial statuses 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.

Camp Tavor is an inclusive and nurturing community, where campers cultivate self-confidence, a strong sense of social and environmental responsibility, a connection with Israel, and a positive personal Jewish identity. Camp Tavor seeks to instill compassion, creativity and confidence in all of our campers. We seek to  nurture the next generation of Jewish leaders through experiential programming and education, timeless camp traditions, and enriching Jewish cultural programming.We are located in Three Rivers, Michigan, halfway between Detroit and Chicago, on 69 acres of lake-side rolling hills. We offer 1-7 week programs for children entering 3rd - 12th grades. We also offer a family camp for young families interested in learning more about our uniquely kibbutz-style camp!

Herzl Camp is a warm, welcoming Jewish community – big enough to offer a variety of activities but small enough for everyone to know one another. We are 65-year old independent, non-profit, transdenominational camp located on 120 acres at crystal-clear Devils Lake in Webster, Wisconsin. A summer at Herzl builds independence and self-reliance as well as Jewish identity and friendships that last a lifetime. Activities include sports, music, swimming, boating, rock climbing, Ultimate Frisbee, drama, dance, Israeli culture, organic gardening, wilderness skills, archery, photography and biking. One- through six-week sessions for children entering grades 3-11. ACA accredited.

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 about 500 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 Interlaken hosts a Teen Israel Trip for campers entering 11th grade. Directly following our campers’ K’far Noar (Teen Village) summer (10th grade) where they focus on Eretz Yisrael (love of the land of Israel) as their core Jewish value. Each year we send anywhere from 15-30 campers on this fabulous experience led by an Interlaken staff member and Israeli staff. The four-week program begins in Milwaukee with the Teen Mifgash partnership program with 12 Israeli teens from the Sovev Kinneret Region.

OSRUI is the Reform movement’s camp in Wisconsin 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, visual arts, horseback riding, photography, campfires, high ropes and low ropes, boating, biking, adventure camping and most importantly, lifelong friendships.

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