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JCC Perlstein Retreat Center *

Summer Address
P.O. Box 104
Lake Delton, WI 53940
Phone: 847-763-3605
Fax: 847-763-3680
Email: retreats@jccchicago.org
Web: http://www.campchi.com
Contact: Contact Name: Ari

Host your next gathering on our 20 wooded, lakeside acres, right next door to the Wisconsin Dells. Serene and spacious facilities offer your group a real retreat from the hustle and bustle of every day. We are the perfect location whether you are celebrating, working or playing. Our professional staff help coordinate your special events and meetings. Every event at Perlstein Retreat Center is unique. We will customize our services to meet your needs so that your next gathering will be unforgettable.

Winter Address: 3050 Woodridge Lane Northbrook, IL 60062

 

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