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.
As a first-year CIT last summer, our daughter has started to see the value in looking for and being a role model to others. She adores her counselor, who, we are told, greets campers with a sweet and caring "Hi, my friend!" Only an 8th grader, our daughter has already begun to consider her own catch phrase so that she, too, can inspire campers.- Naomi A., Camp Kinneret Parent
I got to come to camp each and every day, knowing that I would try something new and make a new friend or two. Camp is the highlight of my summer and it is the only time when I get to see my camp friends, past and present.- Camp Kinneret Camper, Age 11
The counselors are placed very specifically depending on which age group they work best with. They are with the same counselor every day and get to build a relationship with them as well as see their counselors from the past. Having the same people year after year, Camp Kinneret has become like family for them.- 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
My son gained so much from camp, it’s hard to put it into words. Camp increased his confidence, helped him feel competent participating in large and small groups and awakened a love of music and art that we are all still benefitting from. I was really surprised at how excited he got about art projects [...]- Camp Kinneret Parent