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Event Category: Sports

  • Every day at Camp Maas our campers, ages 7-14, participate in a wonderful variety of programming on our 1,500-forested acres and two private wooded lakes. Campers enjoy our four athletic fields, three incredible horseback riding trails and innumerable hiking trails through our expanse of land. We also have a beautiful and secluded forest area for our cookouts and sleepovers. For our older campers we also have an exciting high ropes challenge course. Through programming, campers learn vital team-building skills. We also have various initiatives and low ropes programs for all of our campers to challenge themselves and to build a cohesive group dynamic.
    Camp Maas has four villages on our junior side of camp for campers enter 2nd-5th grade. In each cabin there are usually eight campers living with up to three staff members. We also have seven villages on mid-side and senior side of camp, which houses campers entering grades 6 through 9. Our mid-side and senior side campers starting with entering 7th graders live in cabins separate from their counselors to promote peer learning. Their counselors live in adjacent cabins for supervisory purposes.
    Each village has its own lodge, which includes toilets, showers, an office and a meeting area for the village to have indoor programs. Also each village has its own fire pit in order to have village cookout dinners and other bonding activities.
    Activities and Facilities
    Camp Maas, with its 1,500 forested acres and two sparkling lakes, is uniquely designed for both children and teens entering 2nd – 9th grades. Superb recreational facilities and equipment – softball, basketball, tennis, go-carts, rock climbing, horseback riding, video, photography, R.O.P.E.S. course, water-skiing, sailing, kayaking, canoeing and gymnastics – offer unforgettable recreational opportunities for all ages.
    Combining wonderful activities with outdoor adventure, Jewish culture and good old-fashioned fun, Camp Maas provides an exceptional experience to children.
    All campers eat at a centralized dining room with a gorgeous view of Lake Radin. The food service is kosher.
    Parents may choose the best length of time to guarantee the finest summer experience possible for their child.

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