Camp Be’chol Lashon 2022

We are very excited for CBL 2022

Unfortunately, our longtime camp site at Walker Creek Ranch, a Marin County outdoor education facility and our site for Family and Summer Camp since 2004, is closed again this summer for a third year in a row due to Covid.

We are delighted to announce that Camp Be’chol Lashon 2022 will be hosted at Rusted Spurs Ranch near Lodi, in California Gold County!

 

 

Rusty Spurs Ranch (5059 Carol Lane, Valley Springs, CA 95252) is located in Calaveras County,  where Mark Twain set his story “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County“.

The location this year is closer to Sacramento,  1.5 hours from San Francisco. And therefore, the closest airport is Sacramento. Please let us know your travel schedule so we can help arrange transportation.

Camp Be’chol Lashon will be held for two weeks in July. The dates are:

  • Session 1: Tuesday, July 12 – 19

  • Session 2:  Tuesday, July 19 – 26

  • Sessions 1 & 2: Tuesday, July 12 – 26

 

 

The Cabins each hold 12 campers/counselors with memory foam mattresses, air conditioning, a fridge, and a bathroom.

There is a lake with kayaks, paddle boats and a waterslide. More outdoor activities include archery, a climbing wall, volleyball, soccer, and basketball. There is a lovely multipurpose building where we will do art, music, dance and cooking.

And finally, there is a dining hall called Miss Kitty’s with fantastic food. This is in addition to our usual Shabbat, campfires, and everything else that makes Camp Be’chol Lashon so special.

Please feel free to reach out with any questions to Camp@BecholLashon.org.

We look forward to seeing everyone this summer!

 

Check out our new B’Mitzvah program!   —>

“Camp Be’chol Lashon Is a Safe Haven for Jews of Color Like Me”

“These kids deserve camp. They deserve a space to try new things and make discoveries about themselves. They deserve to feel safe, nurtured and loved.”

New! B’Mitzvah

Celebrate coming of age with other JOCs

For the growing population of families with mixed racial, ethnic, religious, and other backgrounds, the B’Mitzvah provides a valuable opportunity to celebrate and honor the multiple elements of a child’s identity.

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