Camp Directory


One Happy Camper
The Jewish Federation of Greater Portland has teamed up with the Foundation for Jewish Camp to offer first-time campers a discount. Apply online today and you could save up to $1,000 off your child’s first summer at camp.

B’nai B’rith Camp
Incentive Grants
Variety of grants ranging from $500 to $2,500 for first-time campers not eligible for One Happy Camper. Including younger campers at one-week camp, campers from small or rural communities, and PJ Library alumni.


Camp Seed 
Ages 3-12
Mail: 6688 SW Capitol Hwy.
Portland, OR 97219
Camp: Fulton Park Community Center
Earlycare and aftercare options, field trips, swimming, and Jewish and Israel oriented programs. Electives include basketball techniques, cupcake decorating, choir, tai kwon do, cooking and baking, drama, art-clay monsters, Lego, Jewish cooking, Israeli dancing, scrapbooking, hair styling, paper airplanes and more.

MJCC Summer Day Camp
Ages 3-11
Mail and camp: 6651 SW Capitol Hwy.
Portland, OR 97219
MJCC Day Camp offers full day fun all summer long with options from 7:30 am to 6 pm. Great for working parents and tons of options for your kids from traditional day camp to specialty camps including gymnastics, cooking, soccer and more. Open to everyone! Swim lessons included.

PJA Summer Discovery
Ages 4-14
Mail and camp: 6651 SW Capitol Hwy.Portland, OR 97219

PJA Summer Discovery offers exceptional classes taught by professional, experienced, passionate teachers. Exercise your brain in a fun way with junior engineering, cooking, comic book writing, dog training and more. Create, build or test a new idea. Challenge yourself to learn something new! Full day options available. Open to everyone.

Portland Parks & Recreation Summer Camps
14 camp sites throughout the city

We offer a variety of camps including sports, arts, dance, nature and more. We offer camp programs at more than a dozen community centers throughout the city. Join us for fun summer camps this summer.

Steve and Kate’s Camp
Ages 4-12; apprentices: 8th/9th-graders
Mail: 2420 NE Sandy Blvd.
Portland, OR 97232
Camp: All Saints School, 601 NE Cesar Chavez Blvd., Portland

Campers choose activities such as stop motion animation, outdoor sports, breadmaking, knitting, jewelry making, music recording and robotics. Two ways to play: Day Passes – Buy any number of days and drop in anytime. Membership – One fee covers the entire summer. Lunch, snacks and all materials included in both plans.

Willowbrook Arts Camp
Ages 3-18
Mail: PO Box 3546 Tualatin, OR 97062
Camp: Browns Ferry Park, Tualatin
Creativity flourishes in a beautiful outdoor setting! Children 3-18 explore hands-on experiences in world arts and crafts, nature, writing, ceramics, basketry, filmmaking, theater, music, dance and much more. Beginners and advanced students sample freely or hone favorite skills. No previous experience is necessary. Theater productions are open to all ages.



B’nai B’rith Camp
2nd-11th grade
Mail: 9400 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy. #147
Beaverton, OR 97005

Camp: Devil’s Lake, Oregon Coast
BB Camp offers arts and crafts, dance, Jewish enrichment, Israeli culture, Shabbat celebrations, high-ropes course, climbing tower and zip line, out-of-camp trips, wakeboarding, kayaking and hydrotubing. Specialty programs include Outdoor Jewish Adventure for 11th graders and Kehila, inclusion for children with special needs. JCC affiliated and American Camp Association accredited.

Camp Miriam
Finishing 2nd-9th; LIT: finishing 11th
Mail: 950 W 41st Ave. #303, Vancouver, BC V5Z 2N7
Camp: Gabriola Island
Habonim Dror Camp Miriam, on beautiful Gabriola Island, BC, offers a diverse Jewish camp experience for children completing grades 2-11.  Emphasis is on building a Jewish youth community based on values of equality and inclusion.

Camp Nageela West
Grades 3-10
Mail and Camp: 3511 Verde Valley School Road

Sedona, AZ 86351

Camp Nageela West is a small camp offering industry high staff/camper ratio. We focus on activity diversity, encouraging campers to “try new stuff.” High energy level, intense Jewish pride, crafts, sports, water sports, extreme outdoors program, drama and music.

Camp Solomon Schechter
2nd-12th grade
Mail: 117 East Louisa St., #110, Seattle, WA 98102-3203
Camp: near Olympia, WA

Enjoy fun, friendship and Jewish education at our spectacular 180-acre facility featuring our private lake and hiking in the untouched beauty of our forests and protected wetlands. We create a unique, welcoming and spiritual Jewish environment for youth of all denominations. At Schechter, Judaism and joy are truly one!

URJ Camp Kalsman
1st-11th grades
Mail: 3805 108th Ave. NE, Suite 100, Bellevue, WA 98004
Camp: Arlington, WA
425-284-4484 (winter) | 360-435-9302 (summer)

Camp Kalsman’s 300 beautiful acres offer a balance of education and recreation. Our core values are friendship, kehilah kedoshah (sacred community), Reform Jewish identity, chesed (kindness), connection to Israel and our relationship to teva (nature). Campers learn new skills and hone existing ones in athletic, aquatic, artistic and nature programs.

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