Hours of Operation
Pool opens 30 minutes after facility opening and closes 30 minutes prior to facility closing.
The foundational piece of our camps is safety. Staff are carefully selected, background checked, and trained in how to keep all campers physically, mentally, and emotionally safe. All staff are CPR and First Aid certified, and professional security is on site at both Camp Hilbert and the Weinstein JCC during the camp day.
LUNCH & SNACKS
Your child should pack a dairy (meat and shellfish free) lunch, and a water bottle as well. Camp Hilbert and Specialty Camp campers are provided a kosher afternoon snack. Parents can send a morning snack if they choose. Snacks and lunches at Camp Hilbert are refrigerated prior to eating. Ganim camper lunches are not refrigerated and should be sent in an insulated pack with an ice block. Camp Ganim offers a healthy, kosher snack mid-morning and mid-afternoon. Although meals are not required to be nut-free, children with nut allergies will be seated in nut-free areas. Camp Ganim will notify parents if their child is in a nut-free room, in which case the child’s lunch must adhere to the nut-free policy.
Member only registration opens January 30 and registration will then open to the public on February 6.
This option is available week by week for children enrolled in Camp Hilbert and
Specialty Camps. Registration for this option will be available for all 10 weeks of camp.
Aftercare is held at the Weinstein JCC from 4:30 PM-6:00 PM Monday through Friday.
$60 member | 75 nonmember (per week)
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