Camp Keshet Activities:
- Modern Playgrounds
- Reggio Inspired Arts & Crafts
- Theme Days
- Water Park
- Swim Instruction (Pre-K and up)
What is the camp phone # and email? Camp office # is (561) 750-9665 and email address is Debbie.Fried@bnai-torah.org.
What are the hours of operation? Camp is open from 8 am until 5 pm daily. “Early Care” is from 8:00 – 9:00 am in Room 14. “After Care” is from 3:00 – 5:00 pm in Room 14. Morning carpool begins each day at 8:45 am and ends at about 9:05 am. Afternoon carpools take place at 1:30 pm & 3:00 pm.
What happens if I am late for pick up? Never worry if you are late for carpool, your child is in good hands. We just ask that you call us as soon as you know that you will be late. If you are late for carpool, we will take your child to after care. There is a fee for late pick up.
What if my child is sick? If your child is unwell, please keep them home until they are 100% better. If your child becomes unwell at camp, we will call you asap to come pick them up. If your child is sent home by our staff we require a 48 hour (minimum) recovery period before they may come back to camp. Please refer to our sick policy for further questions.
My daughters have loved their summers at Camp Keshet! They were all smiles each day when I dropped them off and picked them up. All of the activities and themed days kept them looking forward to each new day at camp. As a parent, I loved knowing that they were building friendships and close relationships with counselors and getting that true summer camp experience even at the toddler level.
All three of my sons have enjoyed years of fun at Camp Keshet! As a parent, the experience is completely professional and all aspects of safety, security, and communication are top notch. For my kids, the camp staff is warm, joyful, loving, and nurturing. From a camp perspective, you could not ask for a better program! There are so many amazing activities. My kids get to learn through play and discover SO much. I am so happy to have found a summer camp that allows my kids to gain a great learning experience, to enhance their skill building, and to gain lifelong friendships from such an amazing place.
My daughter has had three fantastic summers at Camp Keshet. The staff goes above and beyond to create a warm, happy, safe, loving environment for children to grow and learn while having fun. We always look forward to different events that happen each week: pony rides, color war, face painting, western day and so much more! Miss Debbie and her staff make it a point to make Camp Keshet our home away from home – always welcoming, smiling and happy to see us. This, in my opinion, is the best place for young children to start building their summer memories – memories they won’t forget.
My two boys love Camp Keshet! They have so much fun making friends and participating in all of the fun activities and special events. The counsellors are energetic and caring and I love the fact that many of them were once little Camp Keshet campers themselves! I also love that the Pre-K children get swim lessons twice a week.
A fun/loving atmosphere with the right ingredients!! You’ll see a difference after only a few weeks! My girls learned new skills and made tons of new friends. Camp Keshet provided an encouraging environment for my twins and gave them confidence and independence. They couldn’t wait to get to camp everyday with activities such as dance, sports, swimming, arts & crafts, cooking and their favorite, karate and lots more! The staff is amazing – very loving, caring and fun. Lots of adventure for everyone. I wish I was a kid again!
We offer a CIT/Madrichim program for leaders, ages 13-15.
Tuition Includes: CPR Training, Late Night Adventures, Community Service Hours, USY Membership (for B’nai Torah members, 1/2 price for non-members)
For an application, click here. For more information, call Camp Keshet at The Ruth and Edward Taubman Early Childhood Center at (561) 750-9665 ext. 302.
* Carpool is available for campers from 8:45 – 9:05 each morning for your convenience. If you arrive after 9:10, please visit the office and we will bring your camper to his or her group.
* Remember to LABEL all items sent to camp
* Lunches must be kosher dairy (and “nut free” if your cabin is “nut free”)
* Only Sneakers should be worn for camp activities.
* Please remember the following items daily: A backpack (with provided communication folder), daily change of clothing, plastic bag (for wet items), towel, bathing suit, water shoes (no crocs or open toe)
* Sunscreen should be left at camp (to be applied daily)
Debbie Fried, Camp Director