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Providing a superb day camp experience for Jewish children. Fun for children of all ages, promoting love for Judaism. No one puts more care into the care of your child.
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An Experience to Last a Lifetime!

A camp should provide fun and games. But it should also provide a lot more.

A camp should be a place where children learn the importance of caring, sharing, tolerance, patience and working with others.

A camp should bring out the best in each child's character and personality.

A Jewish camp should be a place where children can experience first-hand the richness, excitement and warmth of Judaism.

At Camp Gan Israel, we work hard with experienced staff that care about these principles. Your child is sure to walk away from camp with a safe, fun and life-enriching experience.

» Staff
Our counselors are hand-picked for their dedication to and love of children and Judaism. At Camp Gan Israel it's not enough to be experienced and professional. Our staff are brought from out of town to create the perfect camp environment. We also utilize local professional artists, instructors and teachers for special activities. Local junior counselors play a support role and parents volunteer for chaperoning, preparations and more.
» Trips
While we believe that the in-camp experience is a most rewarding and inspiring aspect of camp, we offer outings that combine fun, exploration and learning. Some past outings include the Fire Station, a petting farm and Wahooz.
Upcoming Events
There are no events posted at this time. Please contact us for more info about our events.
Camp Gan Israel was founded by the Lubavitcher Rebbe in 1956. Today Camp Gan Israel is the largest network of Jewish camps in the world, with hundreds of locations in over 50 countries.