Credit: Camp Grossman
Camp Grossman provides opportunities for kids aged 4.5 – 15 to explore nature, make lifelong friends, and develop new skills in a positive Jewish camping community. All campers receive Red Cross approved swim instruction and have an option to participate in supervised free swim.
Grossman promotes informal Jewish education. Campers learn traditions, customs and values of Judaism. Younger campers will have a period of Jewish culture once a week. Orthodox-integrated bunks offer a full camp experience with the option for daily morning prayer. Kabbalat Sabbat every Friday.
A minimum of two weeks is required for enrollment. However, families can enroll consecutively or as they choose for two weeks to nine weeks.
Senior staff average 20 years of camp experience and 75% of counselors are former campers.
Bus transportation is available to/from many communities across the Greater Boston area. There are more than 100 bus stops available for morning pick-up and afternoon drop-off. An additional fee applies.