Each day is a fun and dynamic adventure at camp. On a normal day at Camp Ramah in Northern California, campers spend the mornings in their specialty tracks (Ocean Exploration, Performing Arts, or Etgar (outdoor adventure) and the afternoons participating with their friends in exciting electives, including sports, swimming, dance, arts and crafts, and much, much more. Additionally, during each session all campers participate on a masa, an excursion away from camp organized by specialty track, and then reunite for a fun Shabbat as a camp community.
The dorm building, or bayit, is the camp “house.” Campers live in dorm rooms with bunkmates of similar age. There are communal bathrooms with separate shower areas on each floor, hang-out spaces, a large communal lounge and of course counselors!
You will never be bored at camp! Our sample schedule gives a glimpse of the joyful days you will experience with us.
|7:30am||Tefillah: Experience the wonders of the morning through prayer, meditation, and gratitude by the sea|
|8:30am||Breakfast and prepare for the day|
|9:45am||Specialty tracks: dive into the magic of ocean exploration, performing arts, and adventure sports|
|12:45pm||Lunch with shira (singing)|
|1:30pm||Sha’at Menucha: Chill time in the bunks|
|2:30pm||Elective activities (activities may include swimming, soccer, basketball, volleyball, horseback riding, art, photography, dance, frisbee golf, music, biking, climbing, tallit making, and cooking)|
|7:00pm||Ripples: come together as a bunk with counselors for reflection, ritual, and fun to positively impact the people and world beyond ourselves|
|7:30pm||Peulat Erev: Exciting Evening Activity|
|9:00pm||Lailah Tov: Bunk Time and Bedtime|
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Camp Ramah in Northern California operates under the educational guidance of the National Ramah Commission and is supported by an accelerator grant from the Foundation for Jewish Camp and the Avi Chai Foundation. Camp Ramah in Northern California also receives financial support from the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund. Camp Ramah in Northern California is a proud partner of the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies.