Created: February 20, 2020 | by Camp Galil
What are the tzrifim (cabins) like? How are they chosen?
Our cabins are modern, but rustic. All cabins have electricity and bathrooms are either in the cabin (for our younger campers) or in a nearby bathhouse. Each camper gets a cubby for his or her belongings and can use his or her trunk to store anything else.
Counselors sleep in the cubby located in the center of each cabin to ensure maximum supervision.
Campers are always grouped by grade. For example, if your child is completing 5th grade in June, s/he will be in Chotrim/Chotrot with the other campers of the same grade. All the campers of the same grade will be bunked together.