Beth Am Camping Trip 2019 | Congregation Beth Am

Beth Am Camping Trip 2019

Sign up soon -- spots still available!

Find out how much fun camping can be at the 17th annual Beth Am camping trip. This year we will be back at Portola Redwoods State Park, the site of many wonderful Beth Am camping trips in past years. Get ready for lots of fun with a chance to enjoy Jewish community and the spiritual beauty of nature.

For many, the Beth Am camping trip is their favorite activity of the year. We'll have short and long hikes, campfires, a fabulous kids’ talent show, plenty to eat and songs around the campfire, led by congregant musicians of all talent levels.

The trip has the group campsite for Friday and Saturday nights. You can participate for both or just one night, or you can even just come for the day. Beth Am will provide the campsites, breakfasts and of course, s’mores! First-time campers are welcome. There are bathrooms with running water and drinking water available at multiple places around the campground.

To ensure your spot, sign up soon – priority will be determined by when your registration fee is received. The cost is $15 per person per night. For example, a family of four will cost $60 per night which includes campsite registration, Saturday and Sunday breakfast foods, and hot dogs for the Saturday night potluck (more information and signups for the potluck will follow).

This popular event fills up fast, so reserve your spot soon! Space is limited and registration is first-come, first-served. To register, please access the online registration form at (You will need to log in to your ShulCloud member account in order to access the form and complete the registration process.)

Portola Redwoods State park is about an hour's drive from Beth Am. For driving directions and more information, visit the park website.

For more information, contact

Congregation Beth Am
  • 26790 Arastradero Rd., Los Altos Hills, CA 94022
  • (650) 493-4661 Contact Us

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