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See Beber Camp for summer fun!

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Hey, Camp Fans!

If there’s one thing we love talking about, here at Everything Summer Camp, it’s about ourselves—Everything Summer Camp. I could go on and on about our awesome camping gear, our solid customer service, or our awesome team. But insteab'nai b'rith beber campers!d, I’ll talk about a deserving summer camp, B’nai B’rith Beber Camp. Read on to see this beautiful, Jewish camp in the Everything Summer Camp spotlight.

Sitting on 380 acres of gorgeous Mukwonago, Wisconsin woodland, Beber Camp proudly boasts some of the best-preserved kettles and moraines around as well as the shoreline of Lake Beulah which offers a handful of water activities like skiing, sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, and more.

Kids have been discovering and returning to Beber Camp for the last 40 years. Check out all the fun activities and excellent facilities they have waiting for you at this place! If you’re into sports, Beber’s your place!

They’ve got a baseball diamond, a couple of lighted basketball courts, three tennis courts, and enclosed and lighted roller hockey rink, a sand volleyball court, an indoor gym, a soccer field, bike trail, and—everyone’s favorite—the Ga-Ga Pit (Beber’s arena for their own take on Dodgeball…in a pit).

They also have an excellent fine arts program for kids interested in arts and crafts, music, and dance. And they also have an excellent venue at Crown Hall, their large indoor performance stage on the campgrounds.

But more than their facilities, once-in-a-lifetime opportunities, and beautiful surroundings, Beber Camp is about the individual growth of their campers and helping them to understand their role in a community. Kids don’t just make friends at Beber, they reunite there. They keep coming back because of the fun they had and the friends they made.

Check out Beber Camp for yourself right here and, as always, thanks for reading.


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