Jewish Camps in Pennsylvania

Camp Dina
An Orthodox Jewish camp located in Dingman’s Ferry, PA, for girls from age 7 – 15

Camp Dora Golding for Boys
An Orthodox Jewish camp located in East Stroudsburg, PA, for boys from age 7 – 15

Camp Moshava
A Modern Orthodox Zionist Jewish camp located in Honesdale, PA, for children from age 8 – 16

Camp Ramah in the Poconos
A Conservative Jewish camp located in Jenkintown, PA, for children from age 9 – 16

URJ Camp Harlam
A Reform Jewish camp located in Kunkletown, PA, for children from age 9 – 16

B’nai B’rith Perlman Camp
A Pluralistic/Non-Denominational Jewish camp located in Lake Como, PA, for children from age 8 – 16

Camp Morasha
A Modern Orthodox Jewish camp located in Lakewood, PA, for children from age 9 – 15

Camp Nesher
A Modern Orthodox Jewish camp located in Lakewood, PA, for children from age 7 – 15

Round Lake Camp
A Pluralistic/Non-Denominational Jewish camp located in Lakewood, PA, for children from age 7 – 19

Camp Nah-Jee-Wah
A Pluralistic/Non-Denominational Jewish camp located in Milford, PA, for children from age 6 – 11

Cedar Lake Camp
A Pluralistic/Non-Denominational Jewish camp located in Milford, PA, for children from age 12 – 14

TeenAgeCamp – TAC
A Pluralistic/Non-Denominational Jewish camp located in Milford, PA, for children from age 15 – 16

Camp Galil
A Zionist Jewish camp located in Ottsville, PA, for children from age 9 – 16

Camp Poyntelle Lewis Village
A Pluralistic/Non-Denominational Jewish camp located in Poyntelle, PA, for children from age 6 – 16

Habonim-Dror Camp Naaleh
A Zionist Secular Jewish camp located in Shohola, PA, for children from age 8 – 16

Camp JRF: The Aaron and Marjorie Ziegelman Campus
A Reconstructionist Jewish camp located in South Sterling, PA, for children from age 8 – 17

Pinemere Camp
A Pluralistic/Non-Denominational Jewish camp located in Stroudsburg, PA, for children from age 6 – 14

Camp Stone
A Modern Orthodox Zionist Jewish camp located in Sugar Grove, PA, for children from age 8 – 15

Capital Camps
A Pluralistic/Non-Denominational Jewish camp located in Waynesboro, PA, for children from age 7 – 16

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