212 Days Until 1st Session

241 Days Until 2nd Session

Enroll Now

Shoshana's Story

Music, and particularly Jewish music, is so important to me at camp because it has been through this music that I have discovered and developed my own Jewish identity. As a songleader, I love that I now have the ability and responsibility to encourage this love for Jewish music in my campers.

Read More

Ariana's Story

The counselors that I have had that I looked up to the most are the ones who made me feel confident in myself and who cared and appreciated me for who I am and that’s what I want to show my campers. I want them to know that it’s ok to be yourself and not ...
Read More

Latest News from Camp

From the Director’s Desk – November 2017

Posted November 3, 2017

At the beginning of the most recent, “This American Life” radio show, Ira Glass (host), recounts an impressive experience he had on a cross-country flight. He tells the story of Anne, the pilot, who captivated the passengers’ attention with her comedic routine and whimsical approach to the pre-flight announcements. At the core of her remarks ...

Read More

Alumni Spotlight: A Capital Camps Love Story

Posted October 27, 2017

We checked in with Rachel Sonenthal and Daniel Strauss, a Capital Camps couple

When did you attend Capital Camps?
We’ve almost lost count of all of the years we’ve spent at camp! Daniel went for 11 years starting in 1995, and I went for 13 years (I think!) starting in 1996 with a few ...

Read More

From the Director’s Desk: Fall Foliage

Posted October 26, 2017

I don’t usually like driving. The traffic, the waiting, the stop lights. Not for me. But, every so often, I have the privilege of driving from Washington D.C. to camp. Weaving through the beautiful Catoctin mountains is such a treat at any time of year, but especially this one. As I headed up US-15 just ...

Read More
News Archive

11300 Rockville Pike
Suite 407
Rockville, MD 20852


12750 Buchanan Trail E
Waynesboro, PA 17268


Get Directions

site by sparkexperience.com