Camp Ramah in Wisconsin is 150 acres of magical space, tucked away in the heart of Wisconsin’s Northwoods.

Within this space, campers and staff from throughout the Midwest and Israel unite each summer to form a very special Jewish community… read more

Kochavim for Entering 4th Graders

Two 12-day sessions for entering 4th graders


Garinim for Entering 5th Graders

A 4-week session for entering 5th graders


Halutzim for Entering 6th Graders

A 4-week session for entering 6th graders


Full Season Program (7th - 11th)

Campers entering grades 7th - 11th participate in a full 8-week session



4-week and 8-week sessions for campers with special needs


Family Camp

A fun way for the whole family to experience camp!


HaMirpeset Shelanu 283: From Golda Kaplan

Posted on April 21, 2017

Please enjoy a D’var Torah this week from Golda Kaplan, Rosh Shoafim 2017. Originally from Chicago, Golda spent six years as a camper at Ramah and this will be her fourth summer on staff. She is graduating next month from the University of Pennsylvania where she studies Sociology. In August, she will begin a year of Continue Reading »

HaMirpeset Shelanu 282: From Jared Skoff

Posted on April 7, 2017

Please enjoy a D’var Torah this week from Jared Skoff, Rosh Tikvah 2017. Originally from Cleveland, Jared spent the past three summers at Ramah Wisconsin, after working at Ramah Canada for three summers. This is Jared’s second year working year-round for Camp Ramah, last year as a Ramah Service Corps Fellow in Detroit, and this Continue Reading »

HaMirpeset Shelanu 281: From Daniella Elyashar

Posted on March 31, 2017

Please enjoy a d’var Torah this week from Rosh Machon 2017 (entering 10th grade) Daniella Elyashar. Daniella studies Education, History of Israel and Contemporary Judaism at Hebrew University in Jerusalem. This summer will be her fourth summer at camp as a member of the Mishlachat. Reflections on Parashat Vayikra by Daniella Elyashar Physical spaces can sometimes mean Continue Reading »

Days Until Camp

2017 Promotional Video


“I love camp because it connects me with my Jewish identity, allows me to be with my closest friends all the time, has fun activities, and is a place I feel comfortable 100% of the time.”  From a camper

"Our daughter had an amazing time at camp. When she got home she couldn’t stop smiling and shared lots of fun stories about dancing, the great food, the hikes, Shabbat experiences, swimming and especially her new friends."  From a camper parent

"Thank you for the wonderful experience you give my grandsons while promoting Jewish life and love of Israel."  From a camper grandparent

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