Camp Pinebrook is a special place where campers are encouraged to play, create, and explore in a loving, nurturing, and compassionate environment.
Our exciting variety of age-appropriate daily sports, arts, science, and nature activities are designed to be non-competitive and inclusive to all. Our Red Cross swim program, taught in our state-of-the-art heated pool complex, teaches campers confidence and safety in the water. Weekly special events further instill Pinebrook’s whimsical culture of fun and silliness. We incorporate Jewish values of social responsibility, respect, caring, fairness, and community in all our activities and events, and our campers quickly realize that Pinebrook is not just a camp, it’s a family.
Our staff of group leaders, junior counselors, and specialists are trained by the camp administration to ensure that each child receives all the necessary tools for a safe and exciting summer filled with confidence, positive self-esteem, fun, friendship, social and emotional growth.
Camp Pinebrook is an inclusive community, welcoming all. We welcome other faiths, interfaith families, families with no religious affiliation, and families still exploring their connection to synagogue life and the Jewish community.