Below you will find details about the facilities and housing areas at Camp Yavneh that our campers rave about every year! The Ben Zvi was completely rebuilt in 2012 and more renovations around camp are planned so check back soon! Click on the picture or the facility title for more information. For retreats, besides the bunks, adult housing options include: Ben Zakai, Carmel, Jeff's House, Marp and the White House.
There’s always action on the Migrash Sport (Sports Field). Redesigned in 2005, it has two softball fields, two basketball courts, a brand new (2009) human foosball court, four tennis courts and much more.
Music Room - Where Campers can practice and enjoy music while at camp.
Our Omanut (Art) center has three separate rooms for general art, ceramics, and woodworking. Art projects have included silk painting, stained glass, rubber stampmaking and more.
Sukkot Bogrim is a nice screened in out door area for smaller bunk activities.
The White House (no, not the one in Washington) is Yavneh’s little piece of history. Built pre-1800s and since then renovated, it contains 8 rooms for housing in a quaint New England country home.
Home to camp’s Orthodox service, Weizmann is a multi-purpose programming space that contains a movable mechitza (divider) to accommodate different prayer styles. It seats a capacity of 60.
White Sukkah is a common meeting area at camp, used for hanging out and for services.