2024 Luggage Requirements
Updated Information coming in February 2024.
Each camper is allowed two duffel bags, each not to exceed a total of 60 inches (L + W + H) and a weight of 50 lbs per bag, and a small backpack/carry-on.
Our goal is to have most campers’ luggage delivered to their cabins before arrival so they can immediately begin settling in when they arrive. This will also allow our counselors to focus entirely on welcoming your kids to Camp!
Here are more specific details for your area:
- Atlanta and surrounding suburbs: Atlanta-based families are required to drop off their luggage on Sunday, June 3 (Session Aleph) or Sunday, June 30 (Session Bet) between 1:00–2:00pm at Congregation B’nai Torah in Sandy Springs. At the end of each session, campers’ luggage will be loaded onto the coach buses back to Atlanta. Please note that Garinim campers do not need to use this service.
- Florida: We are excited to announce our new partnership with Door-va-Door Trucking, a luggage company well-versed in Jewish Camping and founded by a Ramah alum! This service is required for all campers flying from Florida (only one-way required for Nitzanim K’tzara and Ramah Bamah, strongly recommended for Ta’am and Garinim) and is strongly recommended for those who are driving or taking the bus. We will share additional details, including instructions for online registration in February 2024, but please reach out to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
- Other locations: While we welcome shipping your luggage in advance (discounted rates available through ShipCamps), campers may bring their luggage with them on arrival day. If you plan to ship baggage, please schedule the delivery to 70 Darom Lane, Clayton, GA 30525, for at least three days prior to the beginning of the session. Mark bags clearly by labeling them with the camper’s name and division and obtain return shipping labels. Please send copies of the labels to email@example.com so that we can attach the shipping tags at the end of the session. Families are responsible for the cost of shipping in both directions.