At Camp JRF, we have a full high and low ropes challenge course. Our challenge course director is highly trained in helping you to safely push your limits and try new things – giving you many opportunities to climb to new heights. Complete with wire bridges, swinging tires, repelling stations, a zip-line over the lake, and much, much more, the challenges are endless.
In our arts center, you can try your hand at arts and crafts, pottery, tie dye, industrial arts, and much more. In addition, we also have a full theater with a two-level stage, sound and lighting equipment, and seating for the entire camp. Coupled with practice rooms, music studios, and a dance pavilion, the arts play a major role at Camp JRF.
Whether it be soccer, volleyball, softball, basketball, ultimate Frisbee, street hockey, tennis, or ga-ga, sports are a major part of the program at Camp JRF. For expert players and for those who want to try something for the first time, there is always something new to learn from our sports program. This is all done in an environment that encourages healthy competition and great team spirit.
Ilanot and Nehalim campers experience an exciting overnight camping trip to our own private campsite. Campers go camping for a night to experience the joy of cookouts, s’mores, and sleeping in tents – followed by a morning of deep connection with the natural world. Harim and Bonim campers spend a night off-camp, hiking and camping out in one of the area’s numerous state parks. These trips are a time for you to bond with your friends and experience a different side of camping.
Campers can participate in all sorts of special programs during the course of the summer – from 4th of July celebrations to an inter-camp Ultimate Frisbee tournament, from concerts with artists like Rick Recht and Dan Nichols to the fun of Yom Yisrael (Israel Day), there is always sure to be an exciting program just a couple of days away.