Your Camp Pembroke journey begins here! The Northeast's only inclusively-Jewish overnight camp for girls

2024 Countdown



until 2nd session!

Visiting Day

Sunday, July 21

Second Session​

Monday, July 22

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From Amy + Becca, Co-Directors

Welcome to Camp Pembroke, a Jewish summer sisterhood where girls ages 7-16 grow, laugh, cheer, listen, hug, discover, and flourish, with cherished Jewish values and friendships that last a lifetime. Check out all the activities and electives and meet our excellent staff. Are you a first-time camper? Or thinking ahead to our capstone Israel teen travel experience? Find out all about Camp Pembroke here!

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Start Your Camp Pembroke Adventure

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See how Jewish culture and values infuse every day with spirited community and personal meaning.
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Say hi!

Meet the Pembroke Directors and staff who will care for your child and help her grow.

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Dive in!

The best way to get to know any summer camp is in person. Plan a tour or request more info.

Select your Session

Camp Pembroke offers 3.5 week and 7 week sessions, along with a 2-week option for first-time campers. Financial aid is available, including first-time camper grants and sibling discounts.

All the Fun, all Summer

Have fun and adventures every day!

Swim and paddle the lake, play tennis, do yoga, get creative with arts and dance. At Pembroke, girls get lots of choices, from electives to mealtime, to nurture each young woman’s growth, skills, independence, and confidence.

Work Here

A summer job at Camp Pembroke is as fulfilling and valuable for our counselors and staff as it is for our campers: a great first or next step in your career.
“She made friendships that will last a lifetime. She gained confidence and independence while away at camp. She took risks and gave things a try that she may not have tried at home. She loved Shabbat and the experience you gave her each Friday night and Saturday morning.”
Pembroke parent

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