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What makes Camp Pembroke, the Jewish overnight camp just for girls, such a special, warm, empowering sisterhood? Meet the leadership, counselors, and campers in this video to find out! Then click through the photos to sample more of life at Camp Pembroke.

Of course, the best way to find out about any camp is to experience it in person. Camp Pembroke welcomes tours all year, plus hosts information sessions throughout the Northeast to introduce prospective families to our ‘Brokie sisterhood.

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Take the Photo Tour

Explore the facilities and special spaces at Pembroke.

  • Welcome to Pembroke

  • Make your bunk your own!

  • Cabins have electricity and bathrooms with hot water and showers

  • Our updated Rec Hall, one of the original buildings

  • Dive into the swimming pool

  • Splash, swim and canoe on Lake Oldham

  • Take a turn in a sparkly pedal-boat

  • Learn to waterski

  • Sing with your sisters in our Pine Grove for Shabbat services

  • Campers take the lead in services

  • Enjoy delicious food in our Kosher dining hall

  • A salad bar at every meal

  • Play in the gymnasium/performance center

  • Shine on stage

  • You’ve got game on our tennis courts

  • Have a ball with basketball and volleyball

  • Play soccer and much more on our athletic fields

  • Get creative in our beautiful, airy Arts Studio

  • Ceramics, Fun with Fabric, jewelry making and more

  • Bring your bike

  • Specialty elective: horseback riding at a nearby facility

  • Specialty electives: golf and ice skating at nearby facilities

  • See you in The Horseshoe!

  • 24 spacious and airy cabins situated in a horseshoe around a central Flag Pole, each with electricity and bathrooms with hot water and showers
  • Modern Health Center staffed 24 hours/day by licensed nurses
  • New Indoor gymnasium and performance center
  • Airy Arts & Crafts Building with lots of light and space to spark creativity
  • Pool that is large and heated for swim instruction
  • Lakefront equipped for swimming, boating, pedal boating (thank you, alumnae!), paddle boarding, windsurfing and waterskiing
  • Eight beautiful new tennis courts
  • Dance Studio
  • Softball field
  • New soccer field
  • Archery range
  • Outdoor basketball courts
  • Low ropes course
  • Pine Grove chapel adjacent to the waterfront
  • “The Lodge:” the original Farm House building built by David Oldham, newly renovated office space
  • Leafy paths to connect it all

“The camp is physically beautiful, well maintained, and nestled by fertile land and a quiet lake. Also off the beaten track, away from traffic and cosmopolis, making camp feel the escape it should be.”  ~ Pembroke parent