Camp L'man Achai
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Welcome to what could be the most enlightening,
enriching and exciting summer of your life.
Who We Are
Camp L’man Achai, founded over 40 years ago, is an overnight camp for Jewish boys that runs for 8 weeks every summer. It is a branch of the Camp Gan Israel network of day camps, the largest network of Jewish Camps in the world.
Camp L’man Achai is a Jewish overnight camp that provides its campers with an enriched Jewish experience along with a variety of fun-filled recreational programs. Learn More
At Camp L’man Achai, our mission is to provide more than fun and games.
It is our mission to provide children the opportunity to learn the importance of caring, sharing, tolerance, patience and working with others, as we aim to bring out the best in each child.
Camp L’man Achai is a place where Jewish boys will experience first-hand the richness, excitement & warmth of Judaism. Learn More
Our camp’s grounds offer a breathtaking panoramic view of the Pepacton Reservoir Valley and the surrounding Catskill Mountains in Upstate NY.
We have on our grounds a full array of sports fields, an indoor gym, and a private lake for swimming and many other water activities. Learn More
Teen Division, Ages 14 -16
What I love about
Camp L'man Achai
“Camp is and will always be my childhood, it’s where I made my best friends…”
"I love the sports, it teaches me how to be a leader and a team player!"
"My favorite thing about camp is the lifelong friends and memories you make, they last a lifetime"
“Shabbat in L’man Achai was a new experience for me, and it was really fun…”
“After camp, I'm more independent, brave and able to do many things, I overcame many fears, and it showed me that Judaism is just all-around amazing.”
“The staff in camp are probably the best people you will ever meet. They care for you and they take care of everything you need"
"From camp I gained a renewed positive Jewish attitude that I didn’t have going into the camp"
A Summer Of Fun
A Life Time of Memories