Please look over these guidelines for summer 2022.


COVID-19 Policies and Procedures

Our COVID-19 FAQ's with information on our procedures and precautions is available below. Please read to familiarize yourself with our procedures, and to see how we are planning to give your children a safe and healthy summer. Our parent handbook is subject to change throughout the coming weeks with additional information as it is ever changing. We will continue to be in contact with local and state health authorities throughout the summer, so that we will be up to date with any regulations and/or safeguards that we will need to have in place to have a safe summer season.    

Registration is open:

There is limited space left in camp this year. Acceptance to camp will be on a first come first-served basis, with priority given to children registered for more weeks.

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If you have any questions or concerns please reach out to us so we can get you the information you need.

Email: [email protected]  Phone Number:  919-847-8986. 


Read our parents handbook for a more comprehensive look at all that we are doing to stay safe.

Click here to read our Covid-19 supplemental parent handbook. 



Will my child/children have to socially distance from their peers?

Based on current guidance, campers within camp will be allowed to intermingle more closely than 6’-3'. 

Will my child/children have to wear a mask all day?

Campers will not have to wear masks . CGI will be providing disposable mask for those children that want / need.

Will there be swimming?

Based on current guidance from the CDC, there is no evidence that the virus can be spread through the water in pools. Additionally, the disinfection of the water with chlorine should inactivate the virus. We will therefore be swimming this summer.

What about food?

Parents can order hot lunches through this link here. Parent can choose to send along lunch and snacks.

Will camp have regular hours (9:00 - 3:30)?


  Will there be early / aftercare? 

Yes, we have confirmed early and after care for most of camp we will update you for the days which are not available.

What will drop-off and pick up look like?

You will drive in a single file line and one of our staff members will come escort your child/ren to their bunk area, you may choose to park and pick up your child after camp.

Will Camperships be available this year?

Our belief has always been that every Jewish child deserves a rich summer camp experience. This is true this year more than ever, with the children (and the parents) needing a safe and healthy summer break. If finances are an obstacle (especially if your income has been adversely affected by Covid) please contact us and we will do our best to assist. If, on the other hand, your situation allows, please consider contributing to our Campership fund, so we can help every child have a summer of a lifetime.

How did you come to the decisions made regarding camp & covid policies?

We spent countless hours combing through the information released by the

  • American Camp Association, including their ‘Camp Operations Guide Summer 2022’
  • Center for Disease Control;
  • The Wake County Health Department.

We consulted with:

  • An infectious disease specialist
  • A pediatrician 
  • A general practitioner
  • We participated in presentations made by a number of other epidemiologists, infectious disease doctors, healthcare consultants and more
  • We worked with local and national camps to identify some best practices to keep our campers and staff as safe as possible.

Please read the wake county guidelines for camps which can be found within the parents guidebook here.