Day Camps



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Jack and Pat Kay Centre Camp


Welcome home! The Jack and Pat Kay Centre Camp, available at two close-to home campsites, has been creating memories that last a lifetime for over 30 years. Offering programs for campers ages 4 to 15 years, there is something for everyone. As the largest Jewish community day camp in Toronto and Vaughan, we provide adventure and fun for our campers every day. Through our caring and inspiring staff, creative and exciting programming, and our state-of-the-art facilities, we provide your children with life-changing experiences and a strong connection to the Jewish community. Through our exceptional programs and opportunities, campers celebrate and explore their Judaism and develop a love for Israel. We offer a variety of different programs for campers with all interests including our specialty camps: Basketball, General Sports, Hebrew Immersion, Leadership Development (LIT/CIT) and much more!


Contact Information
Sherri Ettedqui | Director of JCC Camping
E: | 416-636-22267 x 5 

General Information OR | P: 416-636-2267 

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Campers will grow with us as they engage in a variety of activities, exciting voyages, and new adventures!

Our youngest JSeeds will have their first summer camp experience, while our oldest JBlooms will learn new skills, forge meaningful friendships and discover all that the J has to offer! Our trained, enthusiastic staff will lead the way in creating a safe, memorable and above all, exciting summer. Weekly themes will add to the adventure




Contact Information
Anna Somers | Camp Director

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Moshava Ba’ir Toronto


In a safe, caring and ruach-filled environment, campers entering JK – grade 6 enjoy the very best camping experience— developing meaningful relationships, exploring their interests, and discovering their unique strengths and talents. Part of the national Bnei Akiva-Moshava Ba’ir network, our camp is geared with top of the line professionals in experiential Jewish education, chinuch, and camping. Basing ourselves on the principles of Torah v’Avodah, we encourage Aliyah, love of the Jewish people, and love of Israel.


Contact Information
Ariella Goldstein | Camp Director
E: | P: 905-370-0448

Camp Shoresh


Give your kids the gift of a meaningful Jewish experience…in the great outdoors!  As we frolic through urban wild spaces, our programming will be guided by campers' natural enthusiasm and curiosities. Campers will have fun, learn a ton, and experience deep moments of nature connection! We will explore Jewish holidays and cycles, mitzvot and rituals, and ethical teachings, while being active and building community.  Camp Shoresh is pluralistic and open to the many ways that our community members live and learn Jewishly.


Contact Information

Tiferet Nashman |Co-Director
E:| P: 416-805-8382

Overnight Camps




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Camp Agudah


Camp Agudah, located in Port Carling, Ontario,  is an Orthodox Jewish camp that is strictly based on the Torah's values and morals. A major focus of camp is on Middos, Character development.

Our typical day includes: Tefilla( Prayer), Torah study groups, Regular Land sports, with an intra league competition ( Baseball, Volleyball, Dodgeball, Basketball, Football etc.)and Water sports on our gorgeous Lake Henshaw. 

We offer a Ropes climbing course, Ceramics, Arts and crafts, Woodworking, Baking, Song, Dance and Drama ( that will lead to our Camp Plays and theatrical presentations). There are theme days, like Color War, paint runs, Olympics, special night activities. We also have trips to Algonquin Park and White water rafting besides our major trip to Niagara Falls.

We would love to have you come to our Camp and feel that  "Tangible Ruach"  that makes our camp unique.

Contact Information
Mrs. Sima Libersohn | Office Administrator
E: OR | P: 416-781-7101
Moishe and Risa Blaustein
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Camp Biluim


Camp Biluim is Canadian Young Judaea’s National Leadership Institute.  Each summer, a new group of over 100 sixteen-year-old campers join us from all across Canada for a transformative summer focused on personal growth, leadership development, and an exploration of their Jewish identity and connection to Israel.  It is our philosophy at Camp Biluim that everyone has the potential to become a great leader, and that each and every camper has something unique to bring to our  “chevra” (society).  Through a variety of both staff and camper-led programming, skill development activity periods, and “hadracha” (leadership) sessions, our goal is to ensure that every camper who takes part in Biluim has the proper skills and feels empowered to become a leader within their respective communities, while creating friendships that will last a lifetime.


Contact Information
Guy Korngold | Camp Director
E: | P: 416-781-5156 X221


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Camp B’nai Brith of Ottawa


Your child’s happiness and well-being are our primary considerations at CBB of Ottawa. With that in mind, we provide a safe, nurturing environment where each child can participate, learn and achieve at his/her own pace. We believe that through recreational group activities children learn to work and play cooperatively. Under the supervision and care of our highly qualified staff, our campers not only develop a broad range of personal, athletic, artistic and other skills, but also are encouraged to take on tasks which will enable them to become more responsible and self-confident.


Contact Information
Dov Bear Shapiro  | Camp Director
E: | P: 613-244-9210

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Camp Gan Israel

Camp Gan Israel was founded half a century ago by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson. The Rebbe envisioned a warm, welcoming summer camp that integrated learning with fun – a place where children could enjoy sports and artistic activities while experiencing the richness and excitement of their Jewish heritage. The Rebbe extolled the virtues of overnight camping and recognized the value of imbuing youth with a “high-octane” 24/7 energy boost that will remain for a lifetime.


Contact Information
Rabbi Itchy & Gold Grossbaum | Camp Directors

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Camp George


URJ Camp George is a Reform Jewish camp that nurtures Jewish identity, knowledge, and values through a fun and immersive summer camp experience that transforms lives, building community within and beyond its borders.


Contact Information
Jeff Rose | Camp Director
E: | P: 416-638-2635 X1

Lauren Grundland | Associate Director
P: 416-638-2635 X2

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Camp Gesher


Camp Gesher is a unique, truly youth-led community. Our staff and campers develop lifelong skills and become Jewish community leaders and activists. We create a space for campers to explore themselves on their own terms and engage with friends in unstructured free play – an incredibly important skill for today's children. We take pride in offering outstanding programs, which include waterfront, tiyul (travel), hiking, nature, sports, and arts all while building a vibrant and inclusive community. Camp Gesher has an international flair, welcoming campers from Israel, France, Mexico, the UK, Switzerland, the US, and across Canada.


Contact Information
Shoshana Lipschultz | Director
E: | P: 647-663-2511

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J. Academy Camp


J. Academy Camp is a 12-day specialty camp for kids and teens ages 8-16 from Jewish Russian-speaking families. Every day, we explore a Jewish topic in a way that is relevant and interesting to our campers, including discussions about Israel, Tikkun Olam, languages, Jewish culture, history, and tradition. We believe camp is an opportunity to develop and learn new skills through our chugim: art, theatre, media, science, robotics, and more. We enjoy time outdoors, taking part in hiking, swimming, tubing, and archery on the beautiful grounds of Camp Northland. Throughout the year, we continue engaging our campers through our year-round offering of programs, camp reunions, and volunteering events.


Contact Information
Kate Noam | Supervisor

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Camp Kadimah


Camp Philosophy: Camp Kadimah is a co-ed Jewish Zionist summer camp located in Barss Corner, Nova Scotia. Opened in 1943 as a community camp for the Canadian Maritime Jewish community, Kadimah is now a second home for campers across Canada, Israel, the U.S., and elsewhere. As a generalist camp, Kadimah has a wide range of activities for campers to take part in, from water ski and sail, to sports, to music and drama, and everything in between. Our camp is a six-week single-session camp (though new campers can opt to come for a two or four-week program). A strong emphasis is placed on Jewish and Zionist programming at camp, which includes various camp-wide programs and theme days. We are a Canadian Young Judaea camp.


Contact Information
Sarah Atkins | Director
E: | P: 416-634-8089

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BB Camp Kenora


BB Camp is a sleepaway Jewish summer camp in Lake of the Woods, Ontario, where youth learn and grow through wilderness-based experiences. Our campers gain lasting friendships, resilience, independence, and a sense of responsibility to care for the planet. 


Contact Information
General Contact
E: | P: 204-477-7512

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Camp Kinneret


Camp Kinneret is a co-ed Jewish Zionist summer camp located in Mont Tremblant Quebec. Camp Kinneret offers a wide range of activities in a state of the art facility. Camp Kinneret encourages individual achievement, heightened self-esteem, leadership skills, and enduring friendships which are created through an emphasis on teamwork. Camp Kinneret enjoys one of the highest camper retention rates and staff satisfaction rates in the industry and is the recipient of the Foundation for Jewish Camps' Excellence in Programming Awards for Jewish and Israel Education and is a proud member of the Canadian Young Judaea family of camps.


Contact Information
Guy Korngold | Camp Director
E: | P: 514-735-3167

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Machane Lev


Machane Lev means Camp Heart It’s a place where you can bring and be your whole heart. There are many ways to be Jewish. There are many ways to be family. There are many ways to be. Yours are valuable, and belong. Machane Lev was established in 2017 by Canadian Young Judaea as a place for young LGBTQ+ Jews to be their most authentic selves. Machane Lev furthers our commitment to providing an immersive Jewish experience to all members of Canada’s Jewish Community. While our existing CYJ summer camp network will continue to open its doors to any and all Jewish Campers, we know that the addition of Machane Lev will provide an open space for the affirmation and celebration of all sexual identities, gender identities, and gender expressions in a pluralistic Jewish setting.


Contact Information
Sheri Krell | Director
E: | P: 416-781-5156 x 225

Camp Massad


Our mission is to ensure that every camper enjoys a fun, safe, and nurturing summer through meaningful Jewish experiences rooted in a Shabbat observant and Zionist environment. Campers are embraced into our Massad family, all the while being enveloped by our רוח (spirit), and our מסד מסורת (traditions). Through our quality programs, our campers benefit from individualized attention, skill-development and take pride in their accomplishments. In our inclusive community, campers and staff form lifelong friendships, and are inspired to live a Jewish life.


Contact Information
Ilana Tock | Registrar/Adminstrator
E: | P: 514-488-6610


Brenda Lerman | Director

Camp Massad Manitoba 


Our mission is to create a dynamic summer camp experience that encourages the use of the Hebrew language, promotes pride in Jewish identity, and connects campers to their community and Israel in a safe, nurturing, inclusive, creative and fun-loving environment. Camp Massad, Manitoba is the only Hebrew immersion overnight camp in North America! We are committed to enhancing Jewish life and a love of Israel and Jewish culture through creative programming, strong leadership and use of the Hebrew language. (Although Hebrew is the working language of the camp, the ability to speak or understand Hebrew is not a prerequisite for attendance).


Contact Information
Ian Baruch | Director of Programming and Engagement


Danial Sprintz  | Executive Director

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Camp Moshava Ennismore


Our mission is to provide a Jewish overnight camp experience for campers and staff through informal education, personal and social development, outdoor physical activities, and the creation of lifelong friendships and community, while promoting the Bnei Akiva ideals of Am Yisrael b’Eretz Yisrael al pi Torat Yisrael, in a fun, memorable, safe, inclusive, and respectful environment.


Contact Information

Rabbi Aaron Katchen | Camp Director

E: | P: 416.630.7578


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Camp Northland


Camp Northland is a true interdenominational Jewish overnight camp embracing the entire Jewish community in a celebration of Jewish culture, traditional values, building Jewish identity, and inspiring connections to Judaism and Israel. Every camper and family will find their comfort and “summer family” at Camp Northland because we are inclusive, warm, and nurturing of all that join our community.


Contact Information
Simon Wolle | Director
E: |  905-881-0018

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Camp Ramah


Camp Ramah in Canada features outstanding programs on the waterfront, in sports and outdoor adventure, and in the arts – all within the context of a vibrant, fun, and caring Jewish community. By combining a love of camping with meaningful Jewish experiences, Ramah also instills in its campers a love of Judaism, the Jewish people, and the State of Israel.


Contact Information
Aviva Millstone | Associate Director
E: | P: 416-789-2193

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Camp Shalom


Camp Shalom welcomes Jewish campers aged 7-13 to a memorable and formative overnight camp experience in beautiful Muskoka. In a caring and supportive camp community, our dedicated staff creatively design an engaging and exciting slate of programming rooted in both a love for Israel and our community at large. Activities include waterski, sail, swim, arts, drama, ropes, sports and much more. There is a strong sense of Jewish identity in our daily programming, where kids continue to learn about their religion in all of its forms. Camp Shalom is a place of unparalleled RUACH (camp spirit) that is a significant part of daily camp life.


Contact Information
Rebecca Diamond | Director
E: | P: 416-781-3571

Camp Solelim


Camp Solelim is a sleepover camp designed for Jewish 14- and 15-year old campers. Through exceptional programming and fabulous sports, art, and waterfront activities, our dedicated staff provide campers with opportunities to celebrate what makes everyone unique and discover what it means to be a part of a community. At Solelim, our campers learn to be themselves, try new things, increase their independence, and grow as leaders. They also develop a love of Israel and the Jewish people.


Contact Information
Shauna Waltman | Director
E: | P: 416-781-5156