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The Fun Never Stops at the JCC!

Summer is Amazing at JCC Camps

Each summer, hundreds of campers enjoy extraordinary experiences of fun, friendship and learning at JCC day and overnight camps.

JCC Camps support children and teens on a journey of self-discovery as they develop new skills and confidence.

JAMES & RACHEL LEVINSON DAY CAMP

J&R’s traditional day camp setting provides the opportunity for children to experience emotional growth and independence and gain self-confidence.

Located on a beautiful 100-acre site, J&R creates opportunities for each child to grow through adventurous, safe and fun experiences while becoming part of the inclusive, welcoming J&R Day Camp community.

Before-and after-camp care is available for all of our day camps. Our flexible Pre-and Post-Camp J Days bridge schedules so the fun lasts all summer!

Transportation to and from Monroeville site, lunch and snacks provided.

South Hills

Fun All Summer!

Traditional Day Camps–Sabra for children entering K-grade 2 and Chalutzim for grades 3-6 provide children with an enriching summer filled with fun activities.

For teens, we offer pre-counselor-in-training, Camp Ozrim for grades 7-8, and CIT Leadership for grades 9-10.
Specialized day camps include Performing Arts Camp, Adventure and Mini-Adventure Camp Specialty Camps.
Before- and after-camp care is available for all of our day camps. Our flexible Pre- and Post-Camp Fun Days bridge schedules so the fun lasts all summer!

Learn more about South Hills Day Camps on our JCC Day Camps Website

To Register visit JCC Day Camps Website

EMMA Kaufmann Overnight Camp

We Are Family

Nestled on 200 acres along Cheat Lake near Morgantown, West Virginia, campers age 8-16 can enjoy exciting and challenging activities with our (7) 3-4 -week sessions, or a 1-week option for first-time or specialty campers. Children participate in outdoor sports arts & crafts and adventure activities.

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