The devoted team at Camp Laurelwood is currently exploring different options to safely open camp this summer to the community. One of the ideas currently being considered is "Family Camp."
The vision for Family Camp is to have families come up to camp for 5 days during the summer (Wednesday - Sunday) and enjoy CL’s beautiful 140+ acre campus. CL would offer meals, classic summer camp activities, and of course, on-campus accommodations.
Questions about what to pack your camper for a summer of fun at sleepaway camp!? Check out our Suggested Packing List!
Join Rabbi James and his daughters in a lesson on Challah Braiding!
"As parents ask questions about this upcoming season, we will admit that we don’t yet have all the answers. That being said, we are committed to being transparent, thoughtful, and to do what is right for our community. At this time, we have not made any changes to the dates of our Summer 2020 sessions and all programs are moving forward as planned. We know that you look forward to the summer and the important role camp plays in the lives of our campers. We appreciate the trust you place in us when sending your campers to Laurelwood."
A healthy camp really does start at home. Here are some things you can do to help your child have a great camp experience!
"As news about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, we want to assure you that the safety, security, and well-being of your children and our wider Connecticut community remain our primary concern here at CL."
Check out our recent blog post to read more!
The Laurelwood community is excited to welcome Rabbi James Greene and his family to the CLW family!
Riley, a 9 year old second year camper from CT, recently sent us this AMAZING letter that we wanted to share with you all! Thank you Riley for putting a smile on our face and for your sweet words. We agree with you, we think CL is the best camp ever!!
Check out her awesome letter below!
Read all about our innovating and exciting Robotics Program from our very own Digital Media Specialist: Sol Wozniak-Bendremer!
Working at a summer camp can be rewarding in ways you've never even realized. Molly Wernick shared how her experience as a counselor at a Jewish summer camp shaped her as a person and professional and we could not have said it better ourselves.