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Tuition: $4250

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We offer a variety of creative STEM activities and projects for campers. Examples include robotics, model rocketry, coding, physics, Rube Goldberg machines, and more. This activity area is always evolving.


Our aquatics program is a great way for campers to enjoy swimming, splashing, and safely playing in the water. Water safety always comes first and includes an instructional swim program. Activities include swim instruction, free swim, aquapark, water aerobics, canoeing, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, fishing, and more. 

Arts, Crafts, & Culinary Arts

We combine skill instruction with the freedom and support to experiment and be expressive. Some examples include cooking, painting, ceramics, pottery, bracelet making, jewelry making, tie dye, beading, drawing, crafting, origami, and much, much more.

Imagination & Gaming

Our campers and staff love unleashing their imaginations and putting their minds to work while gaming. We offer role playing games like Dungeons and Dragons and Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Always popular: strategy games like Settlers of Catan, Magic The Gathering, Pokemon, and more. We also offer classic board games like chess, which experienced a surge of popularity in 2020. Like our other activity areas, we are always developing more activities for this program and welcome suggestions!

Outdoor Adventure

One of our core values is “creating immersive experiences” and we love to make the most out of our natural surroundings and help campers foster a relationship with the environment. Programs include high ropes, climbing, teams course, hiking, camping, outdoor cooking, survival skills, archery, fire building, scouting, and more.

Performing Arts, Music, & Media

Camp is one of the best places to unleash your imagination in a safe and supportive environment. Whether embracing your creativity or getting a standing ovation during a performance, here are some example activities that campers can choose from: acting, improv, musical theater, dance, book club, creative writing, comic books, camp newspaper, guitar, ukulele, singing, rock band, song writing, percussion, music appreciation, songleading, and much more.


We love sports at CBF! Our programs combine a focus on teambuilding, skill-building, sportsmanship and respect led by skilled role models. Campers can choose from basketball, baseball, softball, personal fitness, yoga, meditation, martial arts, ping pong, spike ball, Dude Perfect, cross country, ultimate frisbee, tennis, volleyball, soccer, frisbee golf, football, relay races, capture the flag, and much, much more.

Daily Schedule


7:00 – Boker Tov (Wake up)

8:00 – Haramat Degel (Flag Raising)

8:10 – T’fila Options (Morning Services)

8:30 – Aruchat Boker (Breakfast)

9:30 – Limud (Judaic Elective)

10:00 – Pe'ulah (Cabin Activity)

11:20 - Chug Aleph (Camper Choice Activity #1)


6:40 – Aruchat Erev (Dinner)

7:30 – Horadat Degel (Flag Lowering)

7:40 – Evening Program

9:00 - Evening Snack

9:15 – Medura (campfire) and Friendship Circle

9:45 – Chalutzim Laila Tov (Lights out for grades 2-6)

10:00 – Giborim Laila Tov (Lights out for grades 7-10)

10:30 – CIT Laila Tov (Lights out for grade 11)


12:45 – Aruchat Tzohorayim (Lunch)

1:25 – M’nucha and Mail (Rest Hour)

2:35 - Chug Bet (Camper Choice Activity #2)

3:45 - Afternoon Snack

3:55 – Chug Gimel (Camper Choice Activity #3)

5:10 - Pe'ulah (Afternoon Cabin Activity)

5:50 - Shower Time

Living Jewishly at CBF


CBF is a pluralist Jewish community. That means we provide opportunities for each camper, from any Jewish background, to create meaningful Jewish experiences to ensure they feel positively connected with Judaism, tikkun olam, and Israel. 


We celebrate Shabbat, have a kosher kitchen, and partner with the Foundation for Jewish Camp and MASA Israel to infuse our activities with the latest best practices in Jewish informal education. Example Jewish activities include art in prayer, tikkun olam, Hebrew (basic, intermediate, conversational), Jewish values in nature, Israeli culture, history of Israel, bar/bat mitzvah tutoring, Jewish identity discussion, Jewish storytelling, torah/haftorah reading, Sedra scenes (skits based upon the torah portion), Mussar, and more. 

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