Tradition is also a key part of the Avoda experience. Camp Avoda prides itself in its history, housing a small archive museum on camp. According to the Camp Avoda website, the daily schedule of activities at Camp Avoda has changed very little since the 1930s. Most counselors at Camp Avoda are former campers—carrying on the traditions and experiences they once had as campers.
We had a great visit at Camp Avoda! Big thanks to Ken Shifman, the director at Camp Avoda, for such a fantastic and friendly tour. For more information about Camp Avoda, check out their website. As always, for information about Jewish camping, please contact Hannah Richman or Brett Lubarsky!