At the far ends of Eisner Camp – way up the hill past the A-frames, through the woods past the soccer fields and past the tennis courts – lie some of the coolest programs that we offer. Most Eisner alumni and even recent campers won’t even recognize Eisner’s Outdoor Education programs. Our campers don’t just learn about the outdoors, they experience it firsthand. And once they do, they come back to camp with renewed excitement and go home with all sorts of new skills.
on July 16, 2011
After spending a few days at Kibbutz Yahel, the first Reform kibbutz in Israel, we set out on a 4 day excursion into the Negev desert. It was extremely difficult but it brought us together as a community. Sleeping under the stars and learning about the plight of the Israelites thousands of years ago helped us connect with our Jewish heritage.
on July 3, 2011
During the Tzofim year, all of the boys in Tzofim have their Teva overnight together, rather than by bunk, like the rest of camp. This “all boys” campout gave us a day to bond and become brothers. Before the overnight, the people in both bunks were friends but had much less communication, because we were not living together. The hours we spent together allowed everyone to have at least two conversations with everyone in the other bunk.
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Countdown to Camp
- Summer 2013 at Eisner Camp starts:
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