JTA’s special section examines the changing face of Jewish camping:
Jewish camps welcoming more children with disabilities: Initiatives aim to expand programs and accessibility for kids with special needs.
In Hebrew immersion day camps, summer fun augmented with learning: The growing trend of Hebrew-immersion day camps offer children a chance to learn Hebrew while engaging in summer fun.
New Reform camp combining science and Judaism: A Massachusetts-based camping experience lets kids with a love of science pursue their interest in a Jewish context.
Jewish camp trend-spotting: 10 ways a summer ritual is changing: Goodbye mother’s camping experience, goodbye father’s camping experience — the Jewish camping world is evolving.
Food-smuggling bubbes and smoking toilets: Stories from Jewish summer camp: Readers share their best camp stories with us.