August 26th-28th

LAST DAY OF CAMP is an all-inclusive weekend, at BB Camp on beautiful Devil’s Lake in Lincoln City. Whether you got to experience Jewish summer camp as a kid or not, now’s your chance. All you have to do is show up ready to kick back, relax and enjoy an incredible weekend with friends old and new.

Are you excited for classic summer camp activities like boating, campfires, and capture the flag? We’ve got those. What about all the stuff you couldn’t do as a kid, like sunbathing on the dock with a cocktail in hand or throwing a huge dance party after “lights-out”? We’ve got that too. If you are 21 or older, save the date, tell your friends and start packing your bags for an unforgettable weekend.

We’ve got everything you’ll need ready to go on site including activities, meals, cabins and even beer and wine. Join us at 5:00pm on Friday night for the kickoff happy hour and help us get the party started.


LAST DAY OF CAMP is open to all young adults ages 21-35. Whether you grew up at BB Camp or have never been to a sleep-away Camp, Last Day of Camp is for you. Each year we have new Campers join the Last Day of Camp community, so invite your friends! For each new Camper you recruit, you get $25 off your registration!

Camp is yours for the weekend, which means Campers will have access to all the beauty and fun camp has to offer. This includes the ball field, basketball court, hot tub, lake views, as well as pool and lake activities when lifeguards are on duty. Other programs and areas of Camp will be available throughout the weekend, depending on the schedule. Communal cabins for up to 18 people. Our modern cabins are heated, air-conditioned, and have bathrooms and showers. All of your favorite Camp meals with an adult twist! With multiple options to choose from at each meal, plenty of snacks and yummy desserts, you are sure to leave the weekend satisfied.

Last Day of Camp is a weekend where you choose your own adventure: Canoeing/Kayaking/Stand-Up Paddle Boarding, Maccabiah Color War, Dance Parties, Happy Hours, Pool and Hot Tub, Lawn Games, Campy Shabbat, Arts and Crafts, Movies, Chill on the Hill, Pub Trivia, Board Games, and so much more…

Your entire Last Day of Camp weekend is $150! This includes all meals, drinks, lodging, and activities! Early Bird Discount: Register by July 1st and receive $25 off your registration fee.
Referral Discount: for each new Camper you recruit, you get $25 off your registration! That’s right- if you bring 6 new Campers, you come for FREE! Just make sure they list you as a referral on their application.
Staff Discount: Are you working at Camp this summer? You get an additional $25 off your registration fee!
Deposit Now, Balance Later: Submit your $50 deposit now, and your remaining balance will be charged on August 15th.
*STAFF ONLY* Take your registration fees out of your paycheck: If you would prefer you pay for your Last Day of Camp registration fees from your summer pay, let us know, and we can take care of that for you.
Need another option? If there is something we can do to make Last Day of Camp more accessible for you, please let us know, we will do our best to help.


Last Day of Camp FAQ’s

Absolutely not. Being Jewish is not a requirement in any way. There will be a very casual Shabbat dinner on Friday night and an optional Shabbat service on Saturday morning. You are welcome to participate, but it is certainly not required. We welcome anyone and everyone who wants a chance to enjoy camp!

Yes, wi-fi is available. BB Camp also has excellent cell coverage.

Yes, please include any cabin-mate requests on your registration form. Requests are not guaranteed but we will do our best.

Unfortunately, animals are not allowed.

Absolutely not. All activities are optional. We hope that you plan to join in as many activities as you can, but attendance is never required. Feel free to participate as much or as little as you are comfortable with.

Children are not allowed. Last Day of Camp is meant for young adults ages 21 and older.

We will have everything that you need for the weekend on-site, and we strongly encourage you to stay for the full experience. If you want to head into town or stop at the beach, you’re welcome to do so after letting a staff member know. We recommend waiting until Sunday afternoon so you don’t miss any of the fun.

We recommend that you plan accordingly and leave early on Friday to join us for dinner as it will be your first chance to get to know everyone. But, we understand that some people have time restrictions and we will welcome you warmly whenever you arrive.

We recommend that you plan accordingly and leave early on Friday to join us for dinner as it will be your first chance to get to know everyone. But, we understand that some people have time restrictions and we will welcome you warmly whenever you arrive.

Yes, not to worry. In fact, many campers will arrive alone. Last Day of Camp is the perfect place to make new friends!

QUESTIONS? Contact info@bbcamp.orgfor more information

COVID-19 Mitigating Protocols, updated August 2, 2022

The health and safety of our camp community are our highest priority.  BB Camp continues to follow guidelines provided by the Oregon Health Authority and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

  • All participants, staff, and providers are required to be fully up-to-date vaccinated against COVID-19 and may be required to attest to or show proof of vaccination. 
  • Anyone seeking a medical exemption must contact for a Medical Exemption Request Form.  The Form must be submitted with a signed letter by an allopathic or osteopathic physician, advanced practice registered nurse (e.g., nurse practitioner), or physician’s assistant supporting the request.  Requests for medical exemption will be reviewed by the BB Camp Chief Executive Officer, or designee, and a representative from the BB Camp Wellness Committee
  • A COVID-19 test (rapid antigen or PCR) may be required prior to and/ or upon arrival at Camp.  Testing protocols will be distributed prior to the event.  If participants, staff, or providers test positive or presumptive positive prior to the event, they will not be allowed to come to the event.  If participants, staff, or providers test positive or presumptive positive during the event, they will be asked to leave immediately.
  • All participants, staff, and providers may be required to wear masks outside of their cabin/ living quarters groups.

Thank you for helping us keep our community safe!