Beth El Day Camp is not your ordinary run-of-the-mill summer camp. Their programs span a wide range of guided activities to help young children develop new skills, make friends, build self-esteem, and develop a love for creativity and self-expression. Children participate in a multitude of sports and games, including soccer, softball and basketball. Music, dancing, karate concepts, magic, cooking and crafts are also offered, in addition to their creative nature program. Children swim twice a day in the large solar-heated pool as part of their American Red Cross Swim program. And theme days like Truck Day, the Olympics and the famous Carnival Day are just some of the summer highlights at Camp Beth El. Camp is in session on July 4th too!
The kids are sure to work up an appetite, and Camp Beth El does not fall short when it comes to food! Nutritious (kosher) lunches are served every day, including barbecues and snacks in the air-conditioned lunchroom. There is something for even the pickiest palate, and the entire camp is nut-free. There is even a gluten-free (worry-free!) menu available. Every Friday, campers are treated to grape juice and freshly baked challah to celebrate Shabbat.
There are customized half-day, extended-day and full-day programs available by age groups. The 2-year-old program meets three mornings a week from 9am to noon. The 3-year-old program runs Monday to Friday, 8:40am to 1pm, and includes lunch. The 4-year-old program runs Monday to Friday from 8:40am to either 2:15pm or 4pm. And children ages 5 to 7 will enjoy a full day of fun! Early drop-off and late pick-up options are available.
Did you know February 9 is National Pizza Day? Register for camp and enjoy pizza with the Beth El Day Camp family from 3-5pm on February 9. To participate, please R.S.V.P to email@example.com and bring your $500 deposit. Rates go up on February 10!