Living Judaism, Summer of Fun, Lifetime of Memories
Camp Daisy and Harry Stein, owned and operated by Congregation Beth Israel in Scottsdale, is a unique and exciting place. A Jewish overnight summer camp nestled in the majestic Bradshaw Forest of Prescott, Arizona, it is a place where campers discover more about themselves, their abilities, & their Judaism. A summer of fun, a lifetime of memories!
Camp Stein, previously known as Camp Charles Pearlstein, has devoted more than three magical decades to Jewish youth. We invite you to explore our website to learn more.
Thanks to a generous grant from the Foundation for Jewish Camp, this week we had the absolute pleasure of hosting Avram Mandell from Tzedek America to teach our Kadimah and LTP campers about the connection between Judaism and Pickles! Among the fun facts that they learned are: Pickles are mentioned in the Talmud Cucumbers are mentioned in the Torah Jews created the pickle industry
Adin Warner, a note from a Camp Stein counselor
We asked one of our counselors, Adin Warner, to write something about why he works at Camp Stein and this is what he said: Even if you never attended an overnight summer camp as a kid, a job as a camp counselor can be an incredible summer job experience. Being a camp counselor gives you the chance to have experiences and work on skills
Eco Tech/Teva Tech is the newest addition to the activity schedule here at Camp Stein! In this activity our campers are learning to mix up local soil and sand with some leftover straw from our old archery targets to make a building plaster similar to adobe. Our counselor, Gabi Silver, learned the adobe building techniques at the IMPJ Kibbutz, Lotan on their Green Apprenticeship