In the City Camp offers unique and age-appropriate programs for campers and young adults from kindergarten through college and beyond!
Kid Campers (entering Kindergarten-5th grade) participate in a variety of activities they get to choose themselves! Our enthusiastic Jewish counselors encourage campers to try new things while they strengthen and form new friendships with Jewish kids from all over Atlanta. This program is limited to 120 campers each week. Read more about Kid Camp.
Tween Campers (entering grades 6-8) spend the week as a small group of 20 campers and a dedicated Jewish staff. They create tight bonds and form strong group memories while participating in a variety of activities, volunteering in the community, and going on weekly overnight field trips. Read more about Tween Camp.
Counselors in Training (entering 10th grade) strengthen 21st century skills as they preview the hard work and big rewards that go along with being an In the City Camp counselor. This program is limited to 10 participants each week. Read more about our Counselor-in-Training program.
Junior Counselors (entering 11th grade) and Counselors (entering 12th grade or older) make sure campers have fun and stay safe each and every day. They accompany campers to activities, make sure they eat and drink enough throughout the day, and serve as positive Jewish role models. Our counselors return year after year for an experience that is challenging, creative, and fun. Read more about our Counselors and Junior Counselors.