Hoover is located on a beautiful wooded 30-acre campsite bordering
Hoover Reservoir.

It boasts beautiful woods, waterfront with canoes and kayaks, a high ropes course with a zip line, swimming pool, a pavilion, basketball court, athletic fields, an archery range, community garden, an art area, nature trails and outdoor sanctuary. Hoover offers traditional camp activities, specialized programming, and hands-on experiences with an emphasis on community.

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Day Options Rate/week
3 DAYS $290 per week
5 DAYS $360 per week

Choose from › ropes, boating, archery, zip-line, climbing wall, sports, fishing, art, music, cooking, biking, water sports, gaga, hiking, frog hunting, card games, song writing and much more!

Each activity is infused with our core Jewish values of Kehillah (building community), Klal Yisrael (inspiring a connection to the Jewish people, Hacnasat Orchim (welcoming guest), Gemilut Chasadim (bestowing kindness and Shermirat Haguf Vehanefsh (promoting a healthy spirit in a healthy body). Every Friday we celebrate Shabbat with Israeli dance, Shabbat Activities that incorporate Jewish values. This summer we will focus on Brachot. (blessing)

4th and 5th Graders field trips include:
Columbus Zoo, Five Rivers Metro Park in Dayton, Ohio, Hocking Hills and Kings Island.

6th graders field trips include:
Zoombezi Bay, Five Rivers Metro Park in Dayton, Ohio, Hocking Hills Zip Zone Tours and Kings Island.

Young Leaders (7th & 8th Grade)

Young Leaders will have fun venturing through Camp Hoover three times per week. The other two days will be spent on weekly field trips and volunteering within our community.

7th and 8th grade field trips include: Zoombezi Bay, Zip Zone Tours, and Kings Island. Spend the day at The Newport Aquarium with a sleepover at the Cincinnati JCC. The next day will be spent at Dart Rush an indoor foam dart arena. White Water Rafting at ACE in West Virginia. The two day trip includes white water rafting and water park. Campers will sleep in cabins.

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