Dates and Rates for Summer 2017:
|KALLAH ALEPH||Current School Grade (2016-17)||Dates||2017 Tuition||2017 Tuition URJ Member Discount||Availability - Boys||Availability - Girls|
|Bonim||1 & 2||June 25 – June 28||$520||$490||CLOSED||Almost Full|
|Coogarim||1 & 2||June 28 – July 5||$1390||$1290||Almost Full||CLOSED|
|Nitzotzot||3 & 4||June 25 – July 5||$1920||$1810||Open||CLOSED|
|Chalutzim||5||June 25 – July 5||$1920||$1810||Almost Full||CLOSED|
|Dubim||6 & 7||June 25 – July 5||$1920||$1810||CLOSED||Almost Full|
|Kesher||8, 9 & 10||June 25 – July 5||$1920||$1810||Open||Open|
|KALLAH BET||Current School Grade (2016-17)||Dates||2017 Tuition||2017 Tuition URJ Member Discount||Availability - Boys||Availability - Girls|
|Coogarim||1 & 2||July 9 – July 16||$1390||$1290||Almost Full||Open|
|Nitzotzot||3 & 4||July 9 – July 16||$1390||$1290||Open||Open|
|Goorim||2 & 3||July 16 – July 30||$2590||$2440||Open||CLOSED|
|Nemerim||4 & 5||July 16 – July 30||$2590||$2440||Almost Full||Open|
|Kochavim||4 & 5||July 9 – July 30||$3800||$3600||Almost Full||Almost Full|
|Tzofim||6 & 7||July 9 – July 30||$3800||$3600||Almost Full||CLOSED|
|Kesher||8, 9 & 10||July 9 – July 30||$3800||$3600||CLOSED||CLOSED|
|KALLAH GIMMEL||Current School Grade (2016-17)||Dates||2017 Tuition||2017 Tuition URJ Member Discount||Availability - Boys||Availability - Girls|
|Coogarim||1 & 2||Aug 2 – Aug 9||$1390||$1290||Open||CLOSED|
|Nitzotzot||3 & 4||Aug 9 – Aug 16||$1390||$1290||CLOSED||CLOSED|
|Nemerim||4 & 5||Aug 2 – Aug 16||$2590||$2440||CLOSED||CLOSED|
|Dubim||6 & 7||Aug 2 – Aug 16||$2590||$2440||CLOSED||Almost Full|
|Kesher||8, 9 & 10||Aug 2 – Aug 16||$2590||$2440||CLOSED||Almost Full|
|TEEN PROGRAMS||Current School Grade (2016-17)||Dates||2017 Tuition||2017 Tuition URJ Member Discount||Availability - Boys||Availability - Girls|
|Machon - Counselor In Training Program||11||June 25 – July 30||$4340||$4140||Open||Open|
|Kalsman in Israel||Four-week trip to Israel||Grade 11-12|
|URJ Kutz Camp||Teen leadership camp in Warwick, NY||Grades 10 to 12|
|URJ Mitzvah Corps||Social Justice Travel Programs in Israel, Central and North America||Grades 9 to 12|
A non-refundable deposit of $200 per session will be required for application processing. Balance is to be paid in full by May 1st, 2017. Cancellation after May 15th, 2017 will forfeit all fees. The all-inclusive Registration Fee includes: all camp activities, one camp t-shirt, trips, and canteen. NSF checks will incur an additional $25 administrative handling fee.
Camper applications will be accepted on the following basis:
- August 30, 2016: Returning camper families
- October 19, 2016: New URJ Congregation Member campers
- November 21, 2016: New campers from families not affiliated with a URJ Congregation
Applications will be processed in the order they are received on a space-availability basis.
The family health insurance is the primary payer. A copy of the insurance card must be on-file in the Camp office. For non-negligent accident occurrences, the Camp’s insurance will cover all costs above and beyond those reimbursements made by the family’s insurance plan, up to a maximum of $5,000. All non-accident health care requirements which are not Camp-related will be at the parent’s or guardian’s own expense. A copy of the insurance settlement must be submitted with all claims for reimbursement. Parent waives any and all claims for medical expenses for Camp’s non-negligent accident over and above that set forth in this paragraph.
Once your camper has been accepted for Summer 2016, their required Camper Health & Info forms will be available to complete on-line via your CampInTouch account. These forms must be completed no later than April 1st, 2017. For the Medical Examination Form, a physical exam is required within twelve months of the camper’s arrival at Camp. Families who have not completed all of their forms by June 1st, 2017 will incur a fee of $50 per camper unless an explicit exception has been made by the Camp in writing.
The URJ Camping system considers camp safety and public health as matters of utmost importance. The vaccination of all members of the camp community ranks as a key component in maintaining a safe environment and in decreasing the risk of transmission of contagious illness. Accordingly, the URJ Camping system requires that any member of the camp community in residence receive up-to-date, age-appropriate immunizations. The complete list of required immunizations and exemptions can be found on our website.
First-Time Camper Grants - One Happy Camper, through the Foundation for Jewish Camp, provides for up to $1,000 for a child's first summer at camp. Please note that many families live in an area where One Happy Camper grants are administered by a local federation or other organization.