Jewish Summer Camp...for Adults!
Choose Your Own Adventure
It’s Camp Nai Nai Nai! The newest and most exhilarating experience on the Jewish calendar. Follow your curiosity and re-live the passion of your youth, where what you do for a living doesn’t define you, and spontaneous adventures await.
Camp Nai Nai Nai is a state-of-the-art Jewish summer camp for adults, nestled among 300 sprawling acres in the lush greenery of the Catoctin Mountains. Make the most of your getaway weekend with creative playshops (there is no “work” at Camp Nai Nai Nai), refreshing dips in the lake, spirited song sessions, color war, cozy all-camp meals, and more.
Recharge your city-worn spirit and tap into the exuberant energy only found at camp. As an inclusive and pluralistic Jewish space, Camp Nai Nai Nai offers you the Shabbat experience of a lifetime– amongst free-spirited friends (new and old) from around the country, against a picturesque backdrop of the campfire, lake, and a sprawling night sky full of stars.
Rediscover yourself at Camp Nai Nai Nai, where the world is yours to imagine.
It’s the ultimate Jewish summer camp experience…without all the rules!
There are two types of accommodations options for the weekend -- Traditional Camp Cabins or our Tent Village:
- Cabins sleep between 4-20 campers and include spacious bunk beds, modern bathrooms, and ample storage space.
- Campers will be assigned to a village based on gender, or have the option to stay in a co-ed "genderful" cabin.
- The Tent Village is great for couples, individuals or groups who want to be a part of a close-knit community while embracing their own space outdoors.
- Tent Village campers are responsible for bringing their own tent or renting a tent, but have access to nearby bathrooms.
- The tents will be pitched on wooden platforms that include electricity outlets.
This won’t be your typical camp food. Our camp chefs work hard to create menus that are filled with healthy, diverse menus that are super tasty to boot! We’ll have meals that are a twist on old camp classics, but with upgrades for our adult palettes.
Our culinary team will work with each camper to ensure that any dietary restrictions are accounted for. Gluten-free? No problem. Not so great with dairy? You’ll be great with the options at camp! You’ll have the opportunity to indicate your dietary restrictions when completing your registration form and if we have any questions for you, we’ll be in touch ahead of camp so we can make sure you’re well taken care of during the weekend.
All meals are included and are Glatt Kosher.
- Capture the flag
- 6-way soccer
- Human foosball
- Israeli dance
- Team sports
- Terrarium making
- Flower-crown making
- Creative writing
- Mud obstacle course
- Alpine tower
- Rock wall
- Dueling ziplines
- Meditation & Mindfulness
- Giant heated pool
- Waterslides + splash buckets
- Exploding Chug
- Camp pranks
- Bubbe’s Board games
- A Capella
- Camp Happiness Team
- Tea time in the forest
- Spontaneous dance party
- Interactive art installations
One of the highlights is a camp-wide festival, where we’ll dance, chill, eat, drink, and celebrate. Explore the featured carnival activities with your friends such as live music, a 3D photo booth, lawn games, face-painting, glow in the dark things, inflatables, and plenty of drinks and snacks.
LODGING (CABINS & TENTS)
Roundtrip from NYC, Washington DC,
and Baltimore (BWI)
PARKING PASS (PER CAR)
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT
Discount has expired
Register with a group of 4 or more and each person will save $25 off registration.
*One person must register for the group by selecting “Cabin Lodging for Groups 4+” to receive the discounted group rate.
GETTING TO CAMP
Camp Nai Nai Nai is based at Capital Camps & Retreat Center in Waynesboro, PA, just 80 miles from Washington DC and Baltimore. Though you’re close to the outside world, the rolling Catoctin Mountains, sprawling open fields, and starry skies will fool you otherwise.
Whether you’re driving yourself to camp or jumping on one of our camp buses, make sure you plan accordingly! Arrival and check-in at camp is on Friday, May 26th between 1:30-3:30pm. Don’t be late – once everyone arrives, we’ll be closing the camp gate for the weekend! On Monday, May 29th, campers can expect to depart from camp on buses and by car around noon. But, let’s not think about that just yet…
Ride to camp in style with one of the camp buses departing from NYC, DC, Baltimore (BWI Airport). Kick back and relax for a stress-free ride to camp, or start the party early and get to know your fellow campers en route to camp.
Below, find times for bus departure and arrival, so you can plan your journey to camp! Confirmation of all meeting points and specific instructions will be sent directly to travelers in advance of camp. Times and locations are subject to change.
Manhattan Location TBD
Depart Friday @ 10:00am
Return Monday @ 5:00pm
Sixth & I – 600 I St NW
Depart Friday @ 12:30pm
Return Monday @ 2:30pm
BWI Terminal TBD
Depart Friday @ 1:30pm
Return Monday @ 2:00pm
**For those making flight arrangements to get to camp, please plan to fly in/out of Baltimore Airport (BWI). Flights should land on Friday no later than 12:30pm and can depart on Monday after 4:00pm.
Extra cost: $50 per roundtrip ticket. May be added on any time until May 12, 2017.
If you prefer to drive with friends or want flexibility in timing, grab yourself a parking pass! Parking is limited, so all parking passes must be purchased prior to camp. If you do not purchase your parking pass and show up to camp without one, we cannot guarantee parking will be available or you will have to pay an additional fee for last minute parking. Please do not drive to camp without purchasing a parking pass for your car.
Extra cost: $10 (per car). May be added on any time until May 12, 2017.
Need a ride or have a few empty seats in your car? We’ll send out a ride-sharing document prior to camp to help campers share the journey. Plus, you’ll help contribute to an environmentally friendly experience by limiting the number of cars on the road and lessening our carbon-footprint.
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CAMP NAI NAI NAI IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY
Founded in 2006, Moishe House started when four Jewish 20-somethings began hosting Shabbat dinners in Oakland, California, for their friends and networks. Through the support of several early funders and a snowballing interest from Jewish communities, we have become a global leader of Jewish life for young adults. Our model trains, supports and empowers these leaders as they create meaningful experiences in their local communities for themselves and their peers by engaging 43,000+ unique participants through 7,400+ unique programs in 20 countries on an annual basis.