Nestled in the beautiful Berkshire Mountains in Great Barrington, MA, URJ Eisner Camp is set on 200 acres of our 600-acre property. Our private campus boasts a picturesque lakefront, streams, a waterfall, beautiful hiking trails on East Mountain and star-filled evening skies.
Our beautiful fields and state of the art facilities provide the ideal environment for skill development, improvement and community building. With two swimming pools; a high & low ropes course, Alpine tower, Carolina climbing wall, zip-line, and swing; a garden and animal farm; a state-of-the-art field house; expanded arts village and expansive sports fields and pavilions, campers are surrounded by never-ending exciting experiences.
Our historic property is a mix of restored original buildings, recently built bunks and new activity spaces that provide both a comfortable and rustic camp-like feel for all. Conveniently located between New York City and Boston, Great Barrington is the vibrant heart of the southern Berkshires creating the perfect backdrop for new adventures and welcoming campfires.
Merkaz HaSport (Sports Center) Our fully equipped gym features a weight room, aerobics rooms, and a full-length basketball court, convertible to volleyball or tennis court.
Beit AmOur air-conditioned, full-scale theater with professional sound and lighting is used for camp theatrical productions, camp-wide programming, and special events including concerts and visiting performers.
Tilles Arts Village Our incredible arts village is home to our Art Shack, Recording Studio, Radio Station, Dance Studio, Fine Arts Studio, and Tzofim Beit Am Theater.
Fine Arts BuildingOur beautiful state of the art fine arts facility offers pottery wheels, drawing and painting, creative writing, and model airplane design. Campers can find inspiration in the magnificent view of the Berkshire Mountains from the balconies of this incredible converted barn.
Art Shack Campers can choose craft activities including beading, tye-dying, lanyards, silk screening, wire sculpture, paper mache, various forms of jewelry making, and so much more.
Manor HouseIn our magnificent, turn of the century Berkshire Estate Manor built in 1904, campers use the indoor space for unique programming, such as life-sized versions of the Game of Clue, Night at the Museum, Etiquette Balls, and other creative activities.
Beit Knesset This former greenhouse is an indoor home for our Limud (Jewish education) program, as well as many evening programs.
Ropes CourseOur challenge-by-choice program features a Carolina climbing wall, Alpine Tower, and swing-by-choice. Camp also offers a 12-element high ropes course and zip line, as well as a circuit of team-building initiative activities.