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Weekly Summer Newsletters: “Highlights” of Camp Kinneret!

Important camp Information, upcoming special events, and all sorts of happenings!

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Countdown to Camp!

Session I : June 19 - July 21, 2017

Session II: July 24 - August 18, 2017

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Camp Kinneret is a safe and warm environment for a child to explore new activities and friendships.  The administration has a very high standard for safety and their staffing and the kids have a blast and learn how to be a more spirited version of themselves.  It's a joy to watch them light up inside -- and they don't even notice how filthy they are at the end of a good, hard day at camp!

Melissa M., Camp Kinneret Parent

My daughter has spent the last 8 summers at Camp Kinneret. She always has a blast and I know she is safe and being watched by fabulous, caring leaders!

Stacy M., Camp Kinneret Parent

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What Parents & Campers Are Saying

What I see now is the cumulative effect of what Camp Kinneret has done for my kids all of these years. We are so grateful they have had this opportunity. Camp Kinneret has given them these experiences that we haven’t been able to as parents. They’ve had what we had as kids, but better, with this group of amazing people.


Camp Kinneret Parent

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

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