Apachi Day Camps offer a breathtaking array of activities, field trips and special days. We can go old school with songs, swimming, theater and arts and crafts. We can go new school with rock climbing, yoga and STEM.
We go where our campers can discover new experiences in a safe environment giving them the freedom to explore who they really are, play in a bully-free zone, and find out what it means to be a friend…
And we always go to a place where campers are embraced by the spirit and values of our Jewish community.
Shabbat Fridays bring campers a little closer together as they celebrate Apachi style. Maccabi games give our campers the chance to compete in this uniquely Jewish sporting event. An Israeli Shuk can turn a camp into Jerusalem – if only for a day.
But it’s our staff, (so many who were campers themselves) – cultivating cooperation, kindness and friendship – who build the foundation of a Jewish community. As a team, our staff continues to challenge itself: how can we make each day unforgettable? How can we bring our campers closer together?
We know we’ve done our job if our campers never want the day to end, never want the summer to be over, never want to lose the feeling they belong – just the way they are.