Tel Yehudah offers an array of experiences and adventures that take our campers out of camp and across the Eastern Seaboard from Washington, DC to Niagara Falls!
Overnight Nature Site (Machaneh Gimmel)
Campers in our Yachad, Bonim, Hadracha and Hamamah program will spend a night hiking through our 80-acre wilderness and outdoor camping sight to to explore nature first-hand, learn about environmental issues, set up camp, cook their own food, enjoy the campfire and bond as a group over a communal bonfire.
Rafting on the Delaware River
Camp Tel Yehudah is located directly on the Northern/Eastern bank of the Delaware River, separating New York and Pennsylvania. Campers in our Alumim program as well as in Hadracha and Hamamah will spend either a half or full day rafting in teams down a scenic stretch of one of the Eastern Seaboard’s most significant sources of water and ecological diversity!
Alumim Tiyul & Kfir Road Trip
Teens in our Alumim and Kfir programs explore the depths wilderness and the centers of culture throughout the Northeast by heading out on a “trip sampler” that gives participants a taster of hiking through state and national parks, touring major cities and cultural sites.
Yachad Special Interest Week
Teens in Yachad will have the choice between five different four-day trips which include biking around upstate New York, backpacking through Harriman State Park, kayaking down the Delaware River, exploring New York through a photography expedition and performing community service in the greater New York metropolitan area. (Trips are subject to change.)
Learn more about Yachad’s trip options!
Hadracha DC Activism Mission
Teens in Hadracha will embark on a 4 day trip to Washington, DC to see the sights and sounds of our nation’s capital, live in a college dormitory, and learn about today’s most pressing issues through direct dialogue with the US Congress, advocacy organizations and Young Judaea alumni on the forefront of US policy.
Learn more about the Hadracha DC Activism Mission!