mainstages partners with hundreds of camps nationwide. Here is a listing of mainstages recommended camps.
Every day at Camp JCC is packed full of activities, friendship, ruach (spirit) and adventure. While our campers rave that Camp JCC is “the best place ever” we know that spending a summer at Camp JCC provides opportunities to gain valuable skills.
Crane Lake Camp is a second home to many that offers fun and immersive experiences that empower children, teens and adults to better themselves, their communities and the world.
This child-centered environment is for campers' ages 7 to 16 with an emphasis on Jewish values, informal education, and premiere programming & activities.
Through activities designed to help build friendships within cabin groups and grade specific units, campers ranging in grades from elementary school through college become a part of a greater Jewish community through a myriad of activities and electives.
Campers from ages 3-14 participate in a purposefully-designed program of dynamic and exciting activities guided by an extraordinary Leadership Team and a well-trained, dedicated staff. The cutting-edge facilities help to develop skills over a wide variety of venues.
A day camp that creates an atmosphere that encourages individual exploration, fosters personal development, and enables children to establish life-long friendships including social action projects that help others while educating about our responsibility to the earth.
Over the last 20 years, Camp Kehilla has continued to initiate new opportunities and experiences for Special Needs campers while maintaining a trademark integrity and passion in a day camp setting.
A day camp for ages 3-6 at the JCC of Manhattan fostering personal growth and development through music, art, yoga, and theater in addition to science, cooking, and more!
Through a wide array of activities such as sports, arts, outdoor adventure and aquatics, campers build life-long friendships, independence and self worth along with establishing an atmosphere of knowledge and love for Jewish culture, traditions and religion.
New Country Day Camp of the 14th Street Y is located in New York City. Swimming pools, hiking trails and open meadows provide the setting for an idyllic camp on the 75-acre Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds on Staten Island.
With strong traditions, a beautiful facility and dedicated staff, Camp Poyntelle offers campers the opportunity to learn and grow in a nurturing and compassionate environment with a wide variety of activities all designed to build confidence and help children feel good about themselves.
A nurturing place where kids can be themselves, Samuel Field Y offers a day camp rooted in the belief that every child deserves an environment where all campers can live and play side by side with one another, regardless of ability or disability.
Since 1902, Surprise Lake Camp has provided a haven for children in the beautiful mountains of Cold Spring, NY. What makes SLC wonderful is the beauty of the site, the richness of the people and the program, the sense of history and tradition, and the magic when the whole thing comes together.
Trail's End provides campers with an environment where they feel comfortable and confident in who they are as a person. Athletes and artists alike are given the ability to succeed, grow, be carefree and enjoy the endless fun-filled days of summer.
A summer at Vacation Village Day Camp includes indoor and outdoor pools, renovated baseball fields, tennis courts, basketball and handball courts, as well as a playground fit for kids of all ages!
Since 1922, Waukeela has been a summer camp where girls can be a part of something larger than themselves. The traditions of our camp are ones that our campers and alumnae remember for the rest of their lives!
When you register for one of these amazing camps, make sure to tell them that mainstages sent you!