Summer 2022 Dates & Rates

Registration for Kayitz (Summer) 2022 is now closed! Please reach out to camp@ramahdarom.org with any questions and stay tuned for information about Summer 2023.

New for Kayitz 2022: In addition to 4 and 8-week Camp sessions for rising 4th-10th graders, Gesher Leadership Development Institute for rising 11th graders, a range of Tikvah Support for our campers and young adults with disabilities, Ramah Darom now offers three ways for younger campers to step up to a 4-week summer camp experience! Ta’am (Taste) of Ramah, a 5-night program for rising 2nd graders; Garinim, an 11-night program for rising 3rd graders; and Nitzanim K’tzara (short), an 18-night modified session for rising 4th graders.

However long campers spend at Ramah Darom, we promise Camp days and nights filled with adventure, community, friends and fun rooted in a strong foundation of Jewish learning. Check out our Camp activities.

We are here to answer all your questions and help you find the right program for your camper. Please reach out to Julia Weiss, Recruitment & Engagement Associate at 470.344.2191 or jweiss@ramahdarom.org. Make sure to ask about Tikvah inclusion support.

2022 Dates

Session Duration Rising Grade
(Fall 2022)
2022 Dates
Session Aleph 4 Weeks 4th-10th June 15-July 10 WAITLIST
Garinim REIMAGINED! 11 Nights 3rd June 22-July 3 WAITLIST
July 13-24
Ta’am (Taste) of Ramah NEW! 5 Nights 2nd June 15-20
Session Bet 4 Weeks 4th-10th July 13-Aug 8
Nitzanim K'tzara (short) NEW! 18 Nights 4th July 13-July 31
Full Summer* (Aleph + Bet) 8 Weeks 6th-10th June 15-July 10 +
July 13-Aug 8
Gesher 8 Weeks 11th June 15-Aug 8
Tikvah Vocational Program 4 Weeks 12th+ June 15-July 10
Ramah Israel Seminar 6 Weeks 12th Learn More
Summer Family Camp 5 Days June 29-July 3 | July 20-24 WAITLIST
Camp Yofi 5 Days Aug 10-14

* For Kayitz (Summer) 2022, our campus will be closed for a 3-night intersession between Session Aleph and Session Bet. Families will need to make arrangements for Full Summer campers to travel home during this time. Only Gesher campers and staff will remain at Camp during intersession. 

Please Note: Campers are accepted for enrollment based on a staff review of the completed application and the Camper Profile, an interview if necessary, and the availability of space within the child’s age group.

2022 Rates

Session Duration Rising Grade
(Fall 2022)
2022 Rates
Ta’am (Taste) of Ramah 5 Nights 2nd $1,000
Garinim 11 Nights 3rd $2,850
Nitzanim K'tzara 18 Nights 4th $4,650
Session Aleph
Session Bet
4 Weeks 4th-6th
Full Summer 8 Weeks 6th
Gesher 8 Weeks 11th $10,050
Tikvah Vocational Program 4 Weeks 12th+ $6,050
Ramah Israel Seminar 6 Weeks 12th Learn More
Summer Family Camp 5 Days More info.More Info
Camp Yofi 5 Days $900/family

Trip Protection Insurance

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First Time Camper Incentives

One Happy Camper

One Happy Camper This Way to an Unforgettable Summer. Onehappycamper.org. Get up to $1000 Off Camp.Your first-time camper may be eligible for a One Happy Camper grant of up to $1,000!

After reviewing the information here, feel free to reach out to Deanne Brown (dbrown@ramahdarom.org) with questions.


Financial Assistance

Ramah Darom is committed to ensuring that every parent has the opportunity to give their child the enriching benefits of a Jewish summer camp experience.

Your first step is to register for Camp. Once your child is registered, there are several sources that offer scholarships and financial assistance to families.

The majority of financial assistance comes from local sources. Please see our Financial Aid 1, 2, 3 for more information and for links to applications. We also encourage you to speak to your Rabbi, contact your local federation and ask community leaders about funding opportunities in your area.

For those needing additional assistance, Ramah Darom does provide limited scholarships – please see our Financial Aid 1, 2, 3 for more information.. We also offer payment plans. If the Ramah Darom application fees cause your family hardship, please contact Deanne Brown to discuss options.

Financial assistance and scholarships are available for Camp Ramah Darom and Ramah Israel Seminar

Enrollment Policies
Supporting Campers of All Abilities

Ramah Darom supports campers with neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, intellectual disabilities, communication disorders, ADHD, anxiety disorders and other disabilities. Learn more about the Henry and Annette Gibson Tikvah Support Program.


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“I sent my child to Camp Ramah Darom for the first time not knowing what to expect. My child had never been away from me for more than a couple of nights and he came home making his own bed, clearing his plate and brushing his own teeth — I don’t know what you did, but, THANK YOU!”


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