Life at Beber Camp

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Beber Camp is so much more than our amazing facilities and tremendous variety of programs. The heart of the summer camp experience is in the cabin, where your child will make connections with campers from across the country. This is where our amazing staff create and facilitate meaningful relationships that last a lifetime. Cabin life at Beber is filled with bonding, conversation, games, music, drawing, reading, and some much needed rest at the end of the day! Many of the things your child likes to do at home before bed and in their free time can be brought to camp to share. We are screen-free however, so the video games and cell phones will have to remain at home.

Our cabins house 12-16 campers, as well as 3 to 4 staff. All of our cabins have their own bathrooms, sinks, and filtered water. Almost all of our cabins have showers in-bunk and we have a shower house with private stalls and changing areas. There’s always enough hot water for everyone, even while getting ready for Shabbat!

The beds at camp are wooden bunk beds and take standard twin sheets. Railings are attached for all top bunks. Each child gets their own “cubby,” with enough shelves and hanging space for everything on the packing list, plus some extra room for stuff that your child just can’t live without for the summer!

We believe in intentionally building community and starting everything off on a high note, so we wait for all campers to arrive on the first day before assigning beds and unpacking. Your child’s counselors will help them unpack and store their luggage, as well as help them sort their laundry when it is sent out twice each session. All of your child’s counselors live in bunk and at least one is present during all of the times your child is in their cabin — primarily during Cabin Cleanup (after breakfast), Rest Hour (after lunch), and bedtime. We call these times “Golden Hours” as they are opportunities for staff and campers to connect and build meaningful relationships.

Each cabin at camp will develop its own night-time ritual as everyone winds down from their busy day. People are given the opportunity to share their thoughts about how their day went, have “flashlight time” to read before bed, or listen to music on their headphones. Each one of our camper divisions has an age-appropriate lights-out and bedtime.

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The Food

Food and nutrition is an extremely important aspect of life at Beber Camp for two reasons: tradition and health.

Beber serves Kosher food and we ensure that the meals we offer are nutritious, balanced, and filling. Our two-week rotating menu provides enough variety so that our campers’ interest in their meals is kept alive throughout their stay at camp. Fruit is offered at every meal, a breakfast bar is available each morning, and a salad bar is available with every lunch and dinner. We are pleased to notice a trend towards healthier food choices from our campers in the past few years. We are also pleased to offer campers the chance to grow their own fruit and vegetables from our own biodynamic garden.

All cookies and cakes are made from scratch in our own pareve bakery, and every camper participates in the Challah baking program over the course of their camp session.

Many parents have questions about food allergies. We can accommodate many food allergies. We prepare meals that are nut free and our bakery is also nut/dairy free. The salad room serves sunbutter and jelly in individual servings. Our kitchen staff works hand in hand with the health center staff in dealing with individual camper and staff food allergies.

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Excellent supervision is a cornerstone of the Beber Camp experience. Our cabins house 12-16 campers and 3-4 counselors, depending on overall bunk numbers. The Beber philosophy of supervision is based on appropriate, full-time supervision at all times. This includes activities, meals, programs, out of camp trips, informal and free time activities. Our staff are the very best in the business, and our selection process is extremely competitive.

We demand trustworthiness, enthusiasm, creativity, responsibility, and dependability from our staff. The ability to adapt to a variety of situations, function under pressure, work well with others, and care for children are important characteristics for all of our camp staff. We look for individuals with a strong self-image, outgoing personality, fun nature, and demonstrated leadership capabilities.

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