School’s out – and there’s no better place to spend the summer than camp. In Young Judaea, camp is a place where you can build memories and friendships that last a lifetime…where you can start to find your independence…where you can strengthen your connection to Judaism and Israel…and most of all, where you can have fun!
Young Judaea camps have everything you could ask for in a summer camp, from hiking, tennis, swimming, drama, sports, arts & crafts, and more – with a special focus on Jewish identity and Israeli culture.
With five programs across the country, thousands of young people join us every year for an unforgettable summer, enjoying everything from rikud (dance) to shira (song) to peulot (activities), while growing as individuals and committed Jews.
Camp Tel Yehudah, our National Senior Leadership Camp, brings high-school-aged members together from across the country for leadership training and development.
Young Judaea’s Regional Camps for children ages 8-13 each draw campers from specific Young Judaea regions.
To find the camp that’s right for you, click on one of the links below, or request more information (link to form).
If you are new to Young Judaea’s Camps, click here for more information on Young Judaea’s $1,000 grants for first time camper incentives made possible by the Foundation for Jewish Camp.
Regional Camps: Young Judaea’s regional camps, with locations throughout the US, offer campers entering grades 2-10 a full summer camping experience while building strong connections with Judaism and Israel.
Camp Tel Yehudah: Young Judaea’s national senior leadership camp is the culmination of the Young Judaea experience for campers entering grades 9-11. TY has everything a typical summer camp has to offer, from ropes course to swimming to drama and arts & crafts, with a special emphasis on laying the foundation for strong, vibrant Jewish leadership, Israeli and Jewish heritage through community building, cultural experiences, educational programs, and more. deepen their Jewish identity, Zionist values, and love for Israel.