Join us at camp this August to reminisce and enjoy the Beber Magic with your fellow alumni!
The weekend will kick off with a Shabbat celebration, followed by singing and Israeli dancing. Saturday's activities will include time to reconnect with camp friends while enjoying the beautiful surroundings and participating in camp activities - arts & crafts, waterskiing, basketball, campfires, and more!
Save the date on your calendar for a weekend of reconnecting with old friends and enjoying camp activities for all ages.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is included in the listed rates?
Lodging for the weekend, food (6 meals, snacks, oneg, etc), programming, activities — and decades of camp fun!
What is the weekend schedule?
The Beber Camp Alumni Association will be working through programming specifics throughout the Spring and Summer. If you have any requests for specific activities, or would like to help plan a specific program, please contact us. In general:
Friday will include activities during the afternoon, Shabbat festivities in the evening, and Oneg at night.
Saturday will include all of your favorite camp activities.
Sunday will include activities throughout the morning, and the weekend will wrap up after lunch.
What ages are allowed to attend the weekend?
All ages are welcome to join us for an amazing weekend at camp!
Guests 21+ can register for the weekend on their own or in a group.
Guests 18 - 20 can register on their own for a day-pass, but may not register to stay on camp without a parent.
Guests under 18 must be accompanied by a parent.
Guests 3 and under are free.
I’m attending the weekend with my family. What babysitting or other child supervision services are available?
Babysitting services and teen programming will be provided at specified times during the evenings, and might be offered at other times based on scheduling, staffing, and other on-site logistics. Beyond those times, parents are responsible for the safety and well-being of their children throughout the weekend.
Will cribs or pack-n-plays be available for toddlers and babies?
Camp does not have a supply of baby-friendly sleeping options. We will be happy to connect you with a local rental service to make sure your family has the bedding it needs.
What is a Bunk Host?
A Bunk Host is similar to a table host at a traditional fundraiser: the Bunk Host will pay to reserve a full cabin, and can then work to fill the cabin with the people they want to share it with. So a 4-person family could have a whole cabin to themselves, a group of friends could make sure they all bunk together, or an extended group of families could register together.
I’m part of a Bunk Host group, but not the host. How do I register and pay?
You can select the “Bunk Host Guest” option when you register. You will need to identify your Bunk Host in the registration form, and coordinate payment directly with them.
How do I make sure I can share a cabin with my friends if I’m not part of a Bunk Host group?
If you aren’t part of a Bunk Host group, you can list your friends' names in the roommate request field and we will do our best to accommodate your request.
Is There Handicap Accessible Housing?
Have questions about handicap accessibility at camp (and accomodations for any special needs)? Contact us!
Is There a Discount for Out-of-Town Alumni?
The BCAA is committed to financial inclusivity. Email Elli for information on pricing options for families attending the weekend from out-of-town and any other questions related to affordability of the weekend.
Have further questions about housing and accomodations?
Please contact Elli with any and all question! The BCAA is committed to inclusion and ensuring that all alumni who want to attend can find accomodations that work for them.
|Ticket Information ||Ticket Price |
| Cabin - Individual || USD 180|
| Bunk Host || USD 1,800|
| Bunk Host Guest || Free |
| Camping || USD 100|
| Off-Site - One Day || USD 100|
| Retreat Center Housing || USD 600|