* Listings with an asterisk are part of the JUF/JF partnership of agencies serving the Chicago and worldwide Jewish community.

B'nai B'rith Beber Camp *

8833 Gross Point Road, Suite 312
Skokie, IL 60077
Phone: (847) 677-7130
Fax: (847) 677-7132
Email: info@bebercamp.com
Web: http://www.bebercamp.com
Contact: Becky Altman, Director

Beber Camp is a co-ed, residential Jewish camp located in Mukwonago, Wisconsin, only 90 minutes northwest of Chicago. We offer two, four and eight week sessions, as well as a trial weekend for prospective campers. We have beautiful facilities, including a state of the art health center, air-conditioned dining hall and full kosher kitchen. Campers can choose from more than 80 activities, including waterskiing, sailing, sports, rock band, organic farming, arts and crafts and challenge course. We pride ourselves on our intimate size and professional staff-with only about 330 campers per session and a low camper-to-counselor ratio. Come and experience the magic of Beber Camp!

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