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Destination Mitzvah: Sleepaway Camp

Destination Mitzvah: Sleepaway Camp

Families are always looking for interesting and different venues for their child’s Bar or Bat Mitzvah party. This is why so many have celebrated over the years at day camps and sleepaway camps. These venues provide something unique and fun for both the young and adult guests. Some can even accommodate for your child’s service too!

We have featured many destination “camp” celebrations. When holding your event at this type of facility, the special touches come easy! 

Take a look at how these families celebrated away from home:

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The Korn family celebrated at Morgan’s favorite place…Camp Towanda!

 The Golden family celebrated at Camp Trail’s End with a celebration called, Camp Ally. Ally’s cake was a replica of an actual bunk!


 The Silverman family celebrated daughter Jillian Bat Mitzvah at her sleep away camp, Pontiac. Her bed looked quite different than it did all summer!

The Salem family celebrated daughter Samantha’s Bat Mitzvah during a fun-filled Labor Day weekend at Indian Head camp.  For the adult guests, private cabins were made up with linens and coffee mugs

The Francombe family celebrated their son Joshua’s Bar Mitzvah during a fun-filled weekend. Mom Stacie thought of everything, even a packing list!

 The Siegel family owns Tyler Hill Camp and celebrated their daughter’s B’not Mitzvah at camp. The weekend was filled with a lakeside Havdallah service, Color War breakout and competition, lots of dancing plus a bonfire and fireworks

Camp Mitchell was the name used for the Abes family celebration at Camp Barney Medintz in Cleveland, Georgia

The Golden family went back to Camp Trail’s End for younger daughter’s Dani’s celebration which included smores and a surprise fireworks display at the end of the party

The Beinhaker Mitzvah Family celebrated at Camp Kinder Ring and included many special touches like this signage hanging from a tree

S’mores was the theme at this Bat Mitzvah held Indian Head Camp during a fun-filled weekend

The Silvert family decided to have a very casual outdoor celebration which took place the week before day camp began at the JCC Camps. Their entire service and celebration took place in one location with full use of the camp’s fantastic facilities including swimming, boating, volleyball, water trampoline & other fun floating activities

 Did you hold your child’s Bar Bat Mitzvah at a camp, let us know at [email protected].






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