June 14 – 19, 2020
2nd – 7th
This is a great introduction to sleep-away camp! Most campers joining A Taste of Camp are new to Tawonga, and many are new to overnight camp. Our counselors are prepared to support campers through this transition.
Campers participate in traditional camp activities led by trained specialists. Activities include arts and crafts, cooking in the garden, swimming, campfires, day hikes into Yosemite or the Stanislaus National Forest and festive banquets. We set the schedule for each bunk to ensure that campers have an opportunity to rotate through our most popular program areas.
An all-gender cabin is being offered for rising 3rd and 4th graders during A Taste of Camp. Click here to learn more.
June 21 – July 3, 2020
3rd – 8th
Situated perfectly in the middle of the summer, Session 2 includes all the great activities of “A Taste of Camp” plus Shabbat, an overnight backpacking trip that includes sleeping under the stars and a day on the adventure challenge course.
On their first full day of Camp, campers participate in a tour of all our program offerings before determining a shared schedule of activities for the session with their bunkmates and counselors. This means that all children have the opportunity to participate in their favorite activities, as well as try those they may otherwise never have tried.
July 5 – 24, 2020
Our longest session features all opportunities from Session 2, plus a second Shabbat, one and two-night backpacking trips, optional day hikes, a day on the adventure challenge course and additional elective activities. Three weeks at Camp is the perfect blend of fun, friendship and independence for our oldest session of campers.
July 26 – August 11, 2020
3rd – 10th
Session 4 offers the same program as Session 3 and concludes just in time for the start of school. With two Shabbats, a backpacking trip, a day on the adventure challenge course as well as elective activities, Session 4 is packed with fun!
All-gender cabins are being offered during Session 4 for rising 5th through 9th graders. Click here to learn more.