Jewish Camps in Massachusetts

Camp Bauercrest
A Pluralistic/Non-Denominational Jewish camp located in Amesbury, MA, for children from age 7 – 16

URJ Eisner Camp Institute
A Reform Jewish camp located in Great Barrington, MA, for children from age 7 – 16

Camp Avoda
A Pluralistic/Non-Denominational Jewish camp located in Middleboro, MA, for children from age 7 – 15

Camp Pembroke
A Pluralistic/Non-Denominational Jewish camp located in Pembroke, MA, for children from age 8 – 16

Camp Kinderland
A Secular Jewish camp located in Tolland, MA, for children from age 8 – 16

Camp Ramah New England
A Conservative Jewish camp located in Palmer, MA, for children from age 5 – 12

URJ Crane Lake Camp
A Reform Jewish camp located in Weststockbridge, MA, for children from age 8 – 15

Berkshire Institute of Music and Arts (BIMA)
A summer arts program located in Williamstown, MA, for children from age 14 – 18

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