Swimming in our 25 yard heated pool is the highlight of every camp day! Whether our campers are getting comfortable putting their head underwater, learning different swimming strokes, or mastering their diving skills, they look forward to swimming with their group and counselor each day.
Swimming at Camp Kinneret is a safe and meaningful experience:
Many campers start camp as non-swimmers and advance their swimming skills and confidence in our fun, safe, encouraging swim environment.
I feel that Camp Kinneret works very hard finding the best people to work at the camp and then training them very closely so they can handle any situation. They also have always given my kids a counselor that was just right for them at the age they were. The counselors also helped my kids to learn how to deal with other kids in group situations - they'd come home and tell me how they had learned they had to take turns doing things so everyone had a chance and that it was important to be kind and helpful to the other kids.- Camp Kinneret Parent
The exceptional way that counselors and staff treat all children with respect and understanding. Also, the engaged involvement of group counselors and bus counselors helps parents feel safe to have children ride the bus, and especially to feel comfortable having kids at the beach, and other off-site spots. Positive behavior standards and conduct are not [...]- Camp Kinneret Parent
Camp shows me that there are things inside me I didn’t know were there.- Sarah, Camp Kinneret Camper, Age 8
The buses are wonderful and getting to interact with some of the counselors every morning was great. Hearing all his stories and listening to all his crazy songs made me feel like a kid again...- Camp Kinneret Parent
Our kids started with Camp Kinneret because of my fond memories as a camper from when I was a child. They have been going to Camp Kinneret for years now and it’s made their summers so special and memorable. Camp Kinneret’s incredible staff is so attentive and of such high caliber that it truly makes [...]- Yael R., Camp Kinneret Parent