Jewish Camp for Young Adults Expands into Southeast with Registration Now Open for 2020
Trybal Gatherings, which runs four-day, three-night all-inclusive getaways at Jewish summer camps across the county for young Jewish adults in their 20s and 30s, today announced expanding their program into the Southeast. The Gatherings are also open to non-Jewish partners and friends who want to explore Jewish community. Registration for Gatherings is now open, with a discounted Early Bird special available until March 31. Trybal Gatherings’ Southeast weekend is May 14-17 at URJ Camp Coleman, Georgia.
Each camp weekend includes both classic and reimagined camp activities for adults, such as color war, silent disco, archery, kombucha brewing, campfire storytelling, and inclusive and informal Shabbat experiences. All meals, lodging, and an open bar are included.
More than 500 young adults have “gone back to camp” with Trybal Gatherings in Los Angeles, the Berkshires, and Wisconsin. The top five camp experiences, as ranked by campers, are Campfire Storytelling; Color War; Shabbat; the Bar Mitzvah Dance Party, and Havdalah. In a recent survey, 95% of campers said they would recommend Trybal to a friend.
For many, Trybal Gatherings is an entry point for other Jewish life experiences.
Early Bird registration for young adult camps is $525 and up. Regular registration is $599 and up. Trybal Gatherings encourages early sign up to secure your spot as many of our programs do sell out.
Trybal Gatherings community partners include JCC Manhattan, JUF, The Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Los Angeles, Atlanta Federation, HUC-JIR and OneTable.