Our Activities

Every day is an opportunity

to do something amazing. Or several somethings.

At Ramah Day Camp,

there’s something for everyone.

Campers enjoy a variety of fun activities designed to teach new skills, build abilities and increase self-esteem. Our talented staff guide campers as they make new discoveries about themselves and the world around them.

Every camper will have the opportunity to participate in all of our camp activities, in an age-appropriate context. Check out all of our great activities below!

A young camper smiling.

New Activities

We’re excited about Messy Mondays and Pizza Wednesdays + new field trips, under-nighters, theme days and electives with professional artists, musicians and coaches!

Two young campers swimming with pool noodles.


Campers receive Red Cross swim instruction from our fabulous lifeguard-certified swim staff in the morning and enjoy free swim in the afternoon. Our two heated outdoor pools range in depth from 2-9 feet. Campers have free swim each afternoon.

A camper holding a ball.


Campers practice good sportsmanship, encourage each other to do their best, and build confidence as they participate in our fun-filled sports and games. Baseball, basketball, tennis, lacrosse, volleyball, gaga and floor hockey are just some of the fun sports we play in addition to games such as noodle tag, capture the flag, knock hockey and human “hungry, hungry hippos,” along with many other fun ones!

A camper painting.

Creative Arts

Art is all around us at Ramah Day Camp! Our younger campers are exposed to a variety of different media throughout the summer while our older campers can choose to specialize in one area. Some of the media we learn include printmaking, weaving, and pottery. Jewish-themed art projects also enhance the overall Judaic content of our camp.

Boys watering flowers.

Garden and Cooking

Campers enjoy tending our vegetable garden and use their plant knowledge to make delicious treats.

Boys doing an outdoor hike.

Outdoor Adventures

Our nature activities at camp create a sense of joy and appreciation for nature and the natural spaces around us.

A girl holding a basketball with a red shirt.

All Camp Events

Purim in July? A camel on the kikar (field)? Olympic Games? You never know what might happen on Yom Meyuchad at Ramah Day Camp.

What makes this such a special place?

Pay us a visit—either virtually or in person—and see it for yourself.