Everyone in the family – not just campers and staff – can participate in a Ramah experience! Learn more about these amazing opportunities: family camps, adult camps and retreats, programs for teens and young adults, travel with Ramah Israel Institute and Reshet Ramah, and programs for families who have children with disabilities.
Travel with Ramah Israel Institute (RII) and Reshet Ramah
Ramah Israel Bike Ride & Hiking Trip | April 20–27, 2021
Poland Journey for Adults | July 5–11, 2021 and October 4–10, 2021
Ramah Morocco Experience | October 25–November 4, 2021
Bar/Bat Mitzvah Family Adventure in Israel | December 20–29, 2021
Ramah Sephardic Heritage Experience: Spain, Gibraltar & Portugal | May 23–June 2, 2022
Ramah Eastern Europe: Budapest, Vienna, Prague | Summer 2021 and 2022 dates to be announced soon
Adult Camps & Retreats
Yom Iyun at Ramah Darom | 2021 dates to be announced soon (partnership with Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies)
Shabbat Plus at Ramah Poconos | 2021 dates to be announced soon
Family Camps & Retreats
Mishpachah B’Ramah at Ramah Darom (physically-distanced family getaways)| Sept. 3–7, 2020 and Sept. 10–13, 2020
Ramah Darom Winter Break Family Camp | Dec. 29, 2020–Jan. 3, 2021
Camp Ramah at Limmud NY (Ramah Nyack/Berkshires partnership) | February 2021 dates to be announced
Ramah Darom Passover Retreat | March 26–April 5, 2021
Ramah California Passover Camp | 2021 dates to be announced soon
Ramah Darom Summer Family Camp | 2021 dates to be announced soon
Ramah Wisconsin Family Camp | August 11–15, 2021
Ramah Berkshires Outdoor Adventure Family Camp | August 2021 dates to be announced soon
Families with Children with Disabilities
(2021 dates to be announced soon)
Programs for Teens and Young Adults
Tichon Ramah Yerushalayim (TRY) | Jan. 25 – May 31, 2021
TRY, the Ramah Jerusalem High School, is a transformative program that offers 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students a fully accredited academic program within a Ramah setting based in Jerusalem. Students from day schools and public schools continue their required and elective courses, participate in an outstanding program in Jewish history and thought, and immerse themselves in Israeli life and culture.
BaMidbar Wilderness Therapy (a program of Ramah in the Rockies) | ongoing programs
- Mifne BaMidbar
This four-week, wilderness-based, therapeutic program supports Jewish young adults ages 18-28 struggling with depression and anxiety.
- Etgar BaMidbar
This four-week summer program, designed to support Jewish teens ages 15-17, focuses on building resilience through increased self-confidence, skill-building, and healthy relationships.