Welcome to Moshava Ba’ir Long Island!
A wonderful day camp experience along with entry to the lifelong values of Moshava Ba’ir and Bnei Akiva.
At Moshava Ba’ir Long Island, conveniently located on the beautiful Hebrew Academy of Nassau County campus in Uniondale, NY, we offer a wonderful day camp experience along with entry to the lifelong values of Moshava and Bnei Akiva.
In a safe, caring and ruach-filled environment, campers entering Kindergarten – 7th grade
enjoy the very best camping experience— they develop meaningful relationships, explore their interests, and discover their unique strengths. Our top-of-the-line and well-rounded programming balances the importance of learning to be part of a kvutza (bunk) and community, excitement, love of Israel & Judaism, learning and lots of fun!
At Moshava Ba’ir, days are filled with a wide range of exciting activities – peulot & programs with top-of-the-line well-trained staff. From woodworking, mad science and dance to a full sports program and outdoor activities such as swimming and gardening – there is something for everyone.
Safe & Exciting Environment
Ruach, daily dance parties and music fill the air, all while creating a safe and caring environment for all of our youth and teen staff. From our very youngest campers to our adult staff, everyone is taken care of with tailor-made programming and support.
Learn, Grow & Have Fun!
Through our fun and experiential chinuch/educational program which infuses itself into much of our daily programming, our youth walk away with lifelong values and dedication to Am Yisrael, Eretz Yisrael and Torat Yisrael. Campers learn to be part of a kvutza (bunk) and community with the opportunity to develop individual skills, talents, and abilities.
Camp is situated on the beautiful HANC Uniondale campus with a large air conditioned indoor space. There are 3 outdoor swimming pools, sports fields, a gaga pit, and a huge gymnasium. In addition, there are many spaces on campus that support a sports-alternative program, including STEM, engineering, technology, nature—and a kiln for ceramics!