We strive to create a community from which young people derive a greater sense of self-esteem & an enhanced pride in their Jewish identity. Spending time with friends, cabin-mates and counselors & learning about our rich heritage give our campers an experience they will never forget. Even more than a community, Camp Stein is a family. 

Inspiring Jewish Exploration 

At Camp Daisy and Harry Stein, campers are immersed in a Jewish environment with peers. Here, seeds are planted and roots strengthened for lifelong Jewish learning. The moment their camp experiences begin, campers and staff know that they are forever a part of something bigger. 

Under the direction of Congregation Beth Israel’s Rabbi Stephen Kahn, and with input from clergy throughout the region, we work all year to develop cutting-edge curricula, focused on active participation. We aim to provide everyone at Camp Stein with memorable moments and a true sense of connection to Judaism. Through our Judaic programming the four walls of the classroom disappear and are replaced with creative, hands-on learning that is never average and always fun! Every Shabbat, our majestic outdoor chapel provides the ideal backdrop for spiritual exploration unique to the Camp Stein experience. 

Connect, learn, grow… be a part of something bigger. 

We create a Kehilah Kedoshah, a holy community, by instilling Jewish identity-building experiences for our Camp Daisy and Harry Stein family through: 

– Encouraging meaningful lifelong Jewish relationships 

– Fostering a safe, inclusive, welcoming environment 

– Strengthening a connection to G-d, Torah, and Israel 

Providing the southwest Jewish community a camp to call home 

Camp Daisy and Harry Stein’s Core Values 

B’tzelem Elohim – In the Image of God 

T’filah – Prayer 

Tikkun Olam – Repairing the World 

Klal Israel –The Whole of the Jewish People 

Talmud Torah – Study of Torah 

Ahavat Tzion – Love of Israel 

Kehilah – Community