Taste of Ramah

Due to our protocols for operating a safe and successful camp in summer 2021, we will not be offering our “Taste” program. Please visit our COVID-19 Planning page for more information on how you can give your camper a Ramah Experience this summer.

The “Taste of Ramah” program  is open to current 2nd and 3rd graders. 3rd graders also have the option of attending for an entire session or season.

Daily activities will include sports (campers will select from a variety of choices), swimming (both instructional and recreational), water sports (on our beautiful lake), climbing, arts and crafts, woodworking, dance, music, Judaica and more! The beauty of a Ramah Shabbat crowns each week at camp.  taste-double

The campers live in bunks with two counselors and are supervised by their own Rosh Edah (Division Head). Meals take place in the Chadar Ochel (Dining Hall) with the rest of camp, where everyone experiences the Ramah Ruach (spirit), especially during Shabbat. Each evening campers have specially designed Peulot Erev (evening activities) and the day ends with Peulat Lilah Tov (bed time activity) where their counselors, and other camp staff, share a pre-bedtime story or song with the campers before lights-out.

The Taste of Ramah program includes bus transportation from the Philadelphia area on Monday, taking the children up to camp for twelve days of fun-filled activities, and conclude on Sunday with a “Taste of Visitors Day” for parents to see what their kids have accomplished. Parents are invited to come to camp from 12 noon to 3pm, participate in an orientation to camp, go on a tour, view a presentation by their children, and stay for lunch with the entire camp.

If you have any questions about our Taste of Ramah program, please contact Rachael Abrams, Director of Camper Care.