For 50 years, Temple Akiba’s Resident Camp has provided a fun and safe environment for kids in 2nd through 11th grade. Camp Akiba celebrates Reform Judaism in creative and active ways through its camper led Shabbat and Havdalah Services, Israel awareness, cultural music, and education.
Established in 1953 Camp Alonim instilled its education philosophy to the community: To truly touch young people, they would have to experience Judaism through their senses—through art, music, Israeli folk dance and drama. In the nearly 60 years since, they have added sports, nature, and interactive learning to the repertoire of experiences for campers.
CAMP GESHER is the only overnight camp on the West Coast designed especially for campers aged 8-14 from Russian-speaking Jewish families. Gesher is part of the Tel Yehudah and Young Judaea family with over 68 years of excellence in Jewish camping.
Since 1936, Camp Gilboa has provided summer and winter camps, creative leadership training and year around programing. By nurturing a love of Israel and Jewish tradition, our youth strive for a better world- grounded in the values of social and economic justice, peaceful coexistence, environmental stewardship and mutual respect.
Havaya Arts is a joyful, welcoming, and progressive Jewish community where campers grow as intentional artists and amazing human beings. We have interfaith families; campers and staff of all sexual orientations and gender identities, as well as those from LGBTQ families; people of color; individuals with special needs; and families from all socio-economic situations.
For over 60 years Camp JCA Shalom has been the “Camp of All Seasons”. Camp JCA Shalom’s vision of Tikkun Olam is fulfilled through a positive Jewish living experience. In a warm and supportive community environment, campers are able to live, learn, and play in a group setting that encourages personal growth and self-discovery. Camp Ramah
At Camp Ramah, thousands of children, teens, and young adults come together each summer in communities that nurture social, educational, physical, and spiritual growth, creating lifelong friendships, a love for Israel, and a strong Jewish identity.
Kibbutz Bob Waldorf Camp Bob Waldorf is a nonprofit, non-denominational camp that is owned and operated by Jewish Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Los Angeles. Camp Bob Waldorf provides 1,500 underserved children each year with tolls, community, and support system requisite for success as they progress from elementary school to college. Moshava Alevy
Moshava Alevy is an exciting, warm, and inclusive overnight summer camp, guided by the Bnei Akiva values of Torah v'Avodah and dedicated to love of Israel and the Jewish people. Located in the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains, Moshava Alevy is the premier Modern Orthodox Zionist overnight summer camp serving the West Coast, offering exceptional programming in sports, arts, nature, and much more.
6 Points Sports - California is a sleepaway camp that offers intensive high quality sports instruction while providing individualized attention to each athlete. In fact, we've got a line-up of passionate sports camp coaches and counselors to help. Our programs are open to athletes entering grades 4 through 11.
Campers entering grades 5-10 explore robotics, video game design, environmental science, digital media, and a host of other fun activities in a friendly setting with those who share similar interests. Teens in grades 10-12 can invent and discover in Isreal or as a Machon CIT.
For more than 65 years, Camp Hess Kramer and Gindling Hilltop Camp have been providing a dynamic and engaging environment where campers and staff become part of a community. With the total destruction of both camps due to the Woolsey Fire and subsequent mudslides, Wilshire Boulevard Temple Camps will be at a temporary site at Cal State Channel Islands, however, the programming, ruach and people that make camp camp, will remain the same, helping our campers develop personal identity and self-esteem, build relationships, learn about Judaism, have fun, and increase their long-term commitment to their families, synagogues, and communities.
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