Lazy day - Camp Zeke

Feeling lazy?

Pajamas to breakfast are mandatory!

Lazy day is a camp classic that happens once a session. Everyone knows the drill — sleep in, wear pajamas, lay on the lawn, take a dip in the pool and just chillax. Well, until Shabbat! Because then we use all the energy saved up from our relaxing day to bring our A-game. Also, an infamous Lazy Day tradition is our twins competition after lunch. Campers dress up like twins, triplets, quadruplets, and more, and the campers who match the best win!

 

Group of female campers relaxing on the grass, photo taken from above

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Our campers have made thousands of friendships, millions of memories, and lifelong skills in athletics, cooking, and joyful Judaism. We are proudly supported by:

  • Jewish Camp
  • Jim Joseph Foundation
  • Avi Chai
  • UJA Federation
  • The Jewish Education Project

We are fully accredited by the American Camp Association