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Summer Family Camp

5-days of non-stop Camp fun, perfectly suited for families with children under 10 years old.

Summer Family Camp 2022 has been canceled. For information about other family programs at Ramah Darom click here and reach out to camp@ramahdarom.org.

Summer Family Camp at Ramah Darom

Ramah Darom’s Summer Family Camp is a chance to enjoy a meaningful family vacation and take Camp Ramah Darom for a test drive. Summer Family Camp is offered while Camp is in session, giving families the opportunity to see Camp Ramah Darom in action, meet our amazing staff and participate in fun Camp activities. Enjoy delicious meals, roast marshmallows while singing by the campfire, challenge yourself on the ropes course, jump in the lake, create a masterpiece and experience a true Ramah Darom Shabbat like a camper! This 5-day, 4-night fun-filled experience is perfect for families with children under 10 years old.

2022 Dates

Summer Family Camp Duration 2022 Dates
Aleph 5 Days June 29-July 3 WAITLIST
Bet 5 Days July 20-24 WAITLIST

2022 Rates

Guests Price
Adults & Children (4+) $400 per person
Children (ages 1-3) $150 per person
Children (under 1) FREE

Please email camp@ramahdarom.org for more information.

Here are more ways to experience Ramah Darom as a family:
Book It To Sukkot with PJ Libary, perfect for families with young children 8 and under and includes a PJ Our Way Track for older siblings; Winter Break Family Camp, a Camp experience for the whole family with counselor-led adventures, a magical Shabbat and a rockin’ New Year’s celebration; PJ’s Grand Getaway, a special weekend for grandparents & grandkids. Parents are welcome to join in on the fun too!; Camp Yofi for families with children with autism spectrum disorder between the ages of 6 and 13; Passover Retreat, a kosher for Passover all-inclusive vacation for all ages and stages.

“We live in a tiny Southern town and there are very few Jewish children. But, our children are so proud of who they are and welcome any and all discussion because they are so well-informed and so comfortable with who they are. All thanks to Ramah Darom!”