Since 1960, Camp Komaroff has been here to support children. We believe our camp helps foster meaningful relationships, uncover hidden talents, develop new skills, and help children become more independent. Our camp is a safe space for all campers to come and explore who they are, their connection to Judaism, and their community. We have welcomed over 20,000 campers since the start of Camp Komaroff, and we hope our child will be one of them this Summer.
At the Alpert Jewish Community Center, we encourage growth, inspire confidence, and provide framework for lasting memories and friendships. We provide quality programs that are age appropriate, fun, and safe. Our camp is filled with a sense of SIMCHA (joy), KEHILA (community), RUACH (spirit), and KEF (fun). Throughout all of our programs, we encourage discovery and self-exploration. The Alpert Jewish Community Center is a warm and welcoming environment for everyone, regardless of religious affiliation.
WHAT'S GOING ON WITH CAMP K?
Pods and Cohorts at Camp
The health and safety of our families is of utmost importance to us and we have made several changes to our Camp based on recommendations and guidelines from state and local officials. Due to this we have updated our Camp schedule to run in two-week cycles. Pods will consist of up to 14 children with two Camp Counselors. Our pods will remain consistent with the same children every two weeks & separate from other pods during indoor activities.
FUN & LIFE LONG FRIENDSHIPS
☆ Summer Camp attendance can lead to improved social and emotional competencies, including prosocial behavior, intrinsic motivation, better concentration efforts, and a higher sense of self-worth.
☆ Our program can support social, emotional, cognitive, and academic development, promote physical health, and provide a safe and supportive environment for children and youth.
☆ Camp friends are our best friends, one of the many, many benefits of the years a boy or girl spends at a summer camp.