September 1-4, 2023
LimmudFest is a celebration of Jewish thought, arts, culture and learning over Labor Day Weekend in the North Georgia Mountains at Ramah Darom.
LimmudFest at Ramah Darom is a celebration and festival of Jewish thought, arts, culture, life, learning and teaching. Join us in the North Georgia mountains with hundreds of Jews from all backgrounds, lifestyles and ages for a full weekend of workshops, discussions, arts, music, performances, text-study sessions, yoga, hiking and more.
Review the LimmudFest 2022 Program Guide!
Check-in Friday, September 2, 2022: 2:00pm
Check out Monday, September 5, 2022: 1:00pm
A weekend to remember:
- Sessions exploring Jewish perspectives on culture, food, politics, history and more
- A magical Shabbat in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains
- Multiple prayer and spirituality options available
- Counselor-led youth programming for ages 6 months-teens
- Havdallah around the campfire
- Sunday night Gala musical performance
All-inclusive rates are per person and include comfortable accommodations, delicious kosher meals, snacks and beverages, and all activities.
Early Bird Discount: All adults registering by June 30 will receive $25 off their total. This discount will automatically be applied at registration checkout. Youth registrations, at any time, as well as adult registrations processed on or after July 1, 2022, will be charged the posted rates.
Scholarships are available through Limmud Atlanta & Southeast. Access to the scholarship application can be found in the event registration form.
|Accommodation||Per Person Rate||Upgrades by Registration|
|Shared Cabin||$375/adult||$150/Semi-Private Cabin
|Hotel (Double Occupancy)||$500/adult||$150/Additional Hotel Room
$150/Deluxe Private Cottage
- Due at Registration: A $50 non-refundable deposit for each adult will be processed when the registration application is submitted.
- August 2, 2022: Full payment due
For scholarship applicants, all payments and deposits made will be returned in the event that the awarded scholarship is insufficient to allow you to attend LimmudFest.
Cancellations made by August 8, 2022 are eligible for a 50% refund. No refunds will be made after August 8, 2022. This policy includes cancellation due to quarantine after exposure or the result of a positive COVID test. Therefore, we strongly encourage Trip Protection Insurance.
There is plenty of space to pitch your tent on our beautiful campus. Spend your days under a shady tree and your nights under a starry sky. Enjoy the great outdoors, knowing that a bathroom and shower are just a few steps away. Bathrooms and showers will be available for use in designated areas.
Linens are provided, but beds are not made up.
Cabins are spacious and nestled throughout the campus. Each cabin offers a dorm-style bunking area, one to two private rooms with two twin beds, shared stalls, showers and sinks. Rates are based on shared cabin space: multi-family, communal or gendered cabins. The private room within each shared cabin is available on a first-come basis.
Families with 3 or more individuals may upgrade to a semi-private cabin where each family has their own space separated by a pocket door and a private bathroom.
Hotel Rooms SOLD OUT
There are 4 hotels on Ramah Darom’s campus. All hotel rooms have a private bathroom, table and chairs, heating and air conditioning, complimentary toiletries, bed and bath linens, a mini fridge and a Keurig. Most hotel rooms have two queen-sized beds and four have a king-sized bed. Rates are based on double occupancy. Upgrades are available to a single occupancy hotel room or a deluxe private cottage. Some connecting rooms are available.
Deluxe Private Cottages SOLD OUT
There are 4 deluxe private cottages on Ramah Darom’s campus and they are our most luxurious accommodations! These beautiful studio-style cottages feature a kitchenette, private porch, bathroom with a walk-in shower, king-sized bed and full-sized pullout couch. Please note that cottages are not ADA accessible and have stair-only access. Rates are based on an upgrade from a double occupancy hotel room. Upgrades are also available to a single-occupancy cottage.
Ramah Darom requires that all guests and visitors, including children of all ages, follow the vaccination requirements recommended by the Center for Disease Control’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.
Note that not all states have the same requirements, but ALL vaccinations recommended by the ACIP are required at Ramah Darom Retreats.
Retreat registration forms will ask guests to certify that they, and all members of their immediate family attending a Retreat, meet all immunization requirements. We will not require guests to submit their medical records except in exceptional circumstances.
All attendees, staff and visitors eligible to be vaccinated against COVID-19 are required to be up to date on vaccinations according to CDC guidelines. This policy applies to all Camp and Retreat programs at Ramah Darom, and is consistent with the approach endorsed by the National Ramah Commission Medical Committee.
Please read our COVID-19 Prevention Protocols.
Contact: Adina Rudisch, Limmud Atlanta & Southeast Program Manager
70 Darom Lane
Clayton, GA 30525
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; 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.
Whitney Kweskin, GA
“Ramah Darom is a breath of calm in a busy, confusing world. It has also been a place of beginnings for me: Limmud was my first introduction to the Atlanta Jewish community, it was the birthplace of the chavura I’m a part of now, and Ramah Darom was where my husband and I were married and began our life together. I would say it’s pretty important to both of us, and we look forward to returning as often as possible as a family.”