Summer Camp for Members & Guests, Entering 1st-4th grade
8 weekly sessions
9 am - 4 pm M-F
Early Care: 7-9am | Late Care: 4-6 pm
A great Camp for kids that want to experience a little bit of everything at J Camp! Barney Goodman includes crafts, sports, science, songs, swimming, archery and life-long friendships. Trained Camp staff promote kindness, respect, and Jewish values.
Each Barney Goodman week also includes:
- Activities based on a theme. Some weeks will include a field trip and some weeks will include an Undernight.
- Red Cross Group Swim Lessons with Certified Swim Instructors. Generally, 1st and 2nd graders have lessons Monday through Thursday mornings and 3rd and 4th graders generally have lessons Monday and Wednesday mornings. More info available here
- Science and Art activities.
- Unique Jewish and Israeli cultural activities and Friday afternoon Shabbat.
Each week will include activities based on a theme. Some weeks will include a field trip, and some weeks will include an Undernight.
A special activity at J Camp where Campers can choose to attend the optional Undernight and stay at camp with their Barney Goodman friends on select Wednesday nights from 4-8 p.m. There is no extra charge for Undernights. The Undernight activities include:
- Special games & activities
- Extra swim
- Cook-out (Vaad supervised)
- Campfire, songs & s’mores
A Day in the Life
Every group is different, but here’s a great sampling of the schedule for Barney Goodman Campers. Generally, Campers are grouped by gender and in grade groups: 1st & 2nd, or 3rd & 4th grades.
9:00 – 12:00 Morning Activities
Circle Time! Songs and cheers and getting ready for the day.
Morning activities – such as crafts, games, science, archery, Shirim (music) or Kol Israel (Israeli Cultural activities)
Swim Lessons (1st & 2nd Grade: Monday – Thursday; 3rd & 4th Grade: Monday & Wednesday)
1:00 – 4:00 Afternoon Activities
Crafts, games, archery, special events and Chugim (electives)
Get ready to go home
Online enrollment will open mid-February! Check back for the link.