Dates & Rates

Please visit our COVID-19 Planning page for our plan for operating a safe camp in 2021.

Summer 2021



Session Dates Tuition Family Capital Improvement Fee* Safety & Security Fee** Total for First Child Total for Each Additional Child
Full 7/1 -8/15 $9,650 $300 $100 $10,050 $9,750
First 7/1-7/25 $5,908 $300 $100 $6,308 $6,008

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*Family Capital Improvement Fee– This mandatory per family fee is an essential part of the physical facilities of Camp Ramah in the Poconos. Proceeds from this fee go to support the regular maintenance, repair, and renovation of our camp’s physical plant.

**Safety & Security Fee– This mandatory per child fee helps us to support, maintain, and regularly improve our safety and security infrastructure. Over the years we have made significant investments in our security infrastructure and personnel and this fee helps us keeps our campus safe and secure.

Miscellaneous: Luggage costs and Camp Meds charges are additional and are paid by families directly to the vendors.

Refund Policy

Due to the changes we have made to our summer sessions, and because we want to offer our families maximum flexibility, we will be offering full refunds to any family who wishes to withdraw before April 15th of 2021. Refunds can be requested through our registrar, Debbie Lacks

First Time Camper Incentives

One Happy Camper – Our friends at the Foundation for Jewish Camp are proud to offer the One Happy Camper Incentive Grant for first time overnight campers. Incentives are for $1,000 off tuition for your first summer at Camp Ramah. Click Here to Apply.

PJ Goes to Camp – our partners at the Harold Grinspoon Foundation and JCamp180 are happy to offer Incentive Grants for PJ Library subscribers or alumni who are looking for their first Jewish Summer Camping experience. Incentives of up to $1,000 are available. Click Here to Apply.

Please note that some incentives are on a first-come-first-served basis.

Scholarship Process

Please note that needs-based scholarship assistance is available to qualifying families. Please check with your local Jewish Federation about need-based camp scholarships. For more information on the scholarship process contact our registrar,  Debbie Lacks,  at

Ramah Israel Seminar

For information about Ramah Israel Seminar for rising 12th graders, please click here.