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Your child’s well-being is our most important consideration. We make sure that each camper is safe, happy and secure and that summer will be a time of joyful play, discovery of new interests and appreciation for our beautiful outdoor setting.

Our camper care team, made up of a full-time registered nurse and mental health professionals, ensures that our campers have an enjoyable, successful summer.  Members of the camper care team spend time leading staff training sessions, speaking with parents, as well as consulting with staff members as needed.

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Regarding allergies: Ramah Day Camp is a nut-aware campus. We do not serve any snacks or food that contain nuts or are processed in a facility with nuts. Campers may bring nut products in their lunches. Counselors are made aware of all allergies and ensure that no campers are sharing food during lunch.

If you have allergy related questions or concerns, please contact

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) published a study in October 2021 finding that camp during COVID-19 can be safe. Its proof: Camp Ramah!  We’re very grateful to our Medical Director Dr. Mark Drexler for spearheading the collection of data included in this report and so grateful to camp families and staff members for their meaningful partnership in creating a safe and fun 2021 experience for our campers.  The joy our campers shared in spending a complete summer at camp amid COVID-19 will surely last a lifetime!

Ramah Day Camp is an American Camp Association (ACA) accredited institution. The ACA establishes strict guidelines for administration, camp operation, policies and procedures, program quality and the health and safety of campers and staff. We are proud to have met their standards of excellence.

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