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Palmer, MA Conservative

Camp Ramah in New England

Elevate your Summer

Built around a picturesque lake in the small town of Palmer, Massachusetts, Camp Ramah has been providing inspiring summer experiences for sixty years. Camp Ramah is situated on over 90 acres of land and features clean, comfortable bunks, a kosher kitchen and dining hall, an infirmary, a hotel-style guest house, a state-of-the-art education complex and a brand-new gymnasium, theater, and fitness center. In addition to a beautiful lake at the center of camp, we offer a wide range of recreational facilities from volleyball, basketball and tennis courts, soccer fields and softball diamonds, to an arts studio, climbing wall, fifty-foot high Alpine Tower, and so much more.

*We welcome transgender, intersex, non-binary and gender-non conforming campers



Palmer, 01069



Norwood, 02062

Campers per Session

Large (400-999 campers)

Staff to Camper Ratio



Coed, Non-binary

Dietary Needs

Allergy accommodations, Gluten-free accommodations, Kosher, Kosher (with supervision), Vegetarian

Disabilities / Inclusion

Camp within a Camp, Facilities for Mobility Challenges, Full Inclusion, Partial Inclusion, Vocational Programs

Meet The Director

Rabbi Ed Gelb

Rabbi Ed Gelb has served as director of Camp Ramah in New England since September of 2005, and C.E.O. since October of 2018. Ed received his ordination from the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies at the University of Judaism and graduated from UCLA with a BA in History. He lives in Sharon, Massachusetts with his wife, Tami, and their four children.