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JCC Chicago Camp Chi *

Business Office
23280 N. Old McHenry Road
Lake Zurich, IL 60047
Phone: 847-763-3551
Fax: 847-763-3680
Email: info@campchi.com
Web: www.campchi.com
Contact: Brad Finkel, Director, Camp Chi/Regional Vice President, South Central WI

An enriching, Jewish, overnight camp experience for kids in 3rd-11th grades. JCC Chicago's Camp Chi has been the summer home away from home for generations of campers. Located on 600 wooded acres on a private lake in Lake Delton, WI, the camp features two heated pools, waterfront activities, air-conditioned gym, equestrian center, high ropes challenge courses, zipline, climbing wall, arts center, lighted sports fields and more! Teen leadership and adventure trip programs available. Accredited by the American Camp Association and recognized as the #1 overnight camp in the Midwest. Summer Address: P.O. Box 104, Lake Delton, WI 53940.

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