Tu B’Shevat Family Camp
January 19-21, 2024

In partnership with Congregation Beth Israel

A weekend of community, relaxation, and nature! Experience Tu B’Shevat and appreciate what nature has to offer on the beautiful Oregon coast! Families can also try out arts & crafts, canoeing, kayaking, sports, and so much more! Open to all families!

Spring Family Camp
May 3-5, 2024

Get outside and explore BB Camp with your family and friends! Come for the weekend and enjoy various programming for families of all ages. Perhaps your family is up for a thrilling adventure down our zip line? Maybe you want to relax and go swimming at the pool? Families can also do arts & crafts, games, canoeing, and kayaking all while building friendships for life!



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All families are welcome to join our Family Camps! Perfect for families who are new, considering sending a child, or are returning families who want to spend a weekend at BB Camp!

Family Camp starts around 4:30PM on Friday and ends at 1pm on Sunday.

Families will have the option to participate in many of our favorite BB Camp activities (weather dependant!)

These include:

  • Shabbat celebration
  • Canoeing, kayaking, or inner tubing on beautiful Devils Lake
  • Arts & crafts projects
  • Boat rides
  • Camp games
  • The famous annual Family Camp Talent Show
  • and much more!

Adults: $175
Kids over age 2: $150
Kids under age 2: Free!

Includes six meals, boarding, and activities!

Vaccinations: All eligible participants must be fully up to date with COVID-19 vaccinations. Any families who received a medical exemption should upload a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours of the program’s start.

Masks & Spaces: Throughout the weekend, masks will be optional, and we will have outdoor dining spaces available for families who prefer them.

Cabins: In the registration, families can request another family to bunk with. If a family would like to bunk alone due to COVID-19, this can be indicated in the registration. When families are outside of their cabins and within the same area as families outside of their cabin group, they will be required to be masked and distanced from each other.

Cabin Pods: Families will be split into pods (3-4 families) for scheduled activities and meals. All pod activities follow masking and distancing protocols. Families can request to pod with each other!

Meals: Meals served throughout the weekend will have both outdoor and indoor dining options. All eating areas will allow families to maintain 6 feet of distance from each other.

Screening Upon Entry: When we welcome you to Family Camp, we will conduct our COVID-19 screening, including taking temperatures and verbally checking for symptoms relating to COVID-19.