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Dates & Rates 2024

To join us for Summer 2024: registration for returning families will open on September 19th, 2023, and for new families, registration will be available on September 26th, 2023.  If you have any questions about our camp program, please don’t hesitate to reach out at 416-638-2635 or email

All prices are in Canadian Dollars

Canadian Tax Benefit: Canadian families can take advantage of the Canadian Tax Benefit; charitable receipts for the education portion of the camp tuition can be issued upon request to the business office.



SESSION 1Opening DayClosing DayURJ Member
Nitzotzot 7 Day (Grades 2-3)June 30July 7$2000
Nitzotzot 14 Day (Grades 2-3)June 30July 14$3985
Lehavot 14 Day (Grades 4-5)June 30July 14$3985
Complete First Session
(Grades 2-9)
June 30July 24$6600
SESSION 2Opening DayClosing DayURJ Member
Mini Mensch (Grades 1-3)Aug 2Aug 5$620
Nitzotzot 10 Day
(Grades 2-3)
July 25August 4$2720
Nitzotzot 17 Day
(Grades 2-3)
July 25August 11$4500
Lehavot 17 Day
(Grades 4-5)
July 25August 11$4500
Kochavim 17 Day
(Grades 6-7)
July 25August 11$4500
Complete Second Session
(Grades 2-9)
July 25August 18$6360
FULL SUMMEROpening DayClosing DayURJ Member
First and Second Session
(Grades 2-9)
June 30August 18$11000
Six Week Session
(Grades 2-9)
June 30August 11$10000
Counselor in Training
(Grade 10 by application)
June 30August 18$10810
NFTY in IsraelNFTY in Israel - Four week trip to IsraelGrade 10-11
URJ Mitzvah CorpsSocial Justice Travel Programs in Israel and North America Grades 9-12
Registration Terms + Conditions

Deposit: A $600 per camper non-refundable deposit is due upon enrollment.

Sibling Discount:  A $200 discount will be applied for each additional child enrolled.

The base fee includes:

  1. Laundry
  2. Round-trip transportation from Toronto
  3. Any baggage handling prior to camp
  4. Camper activity fee (tuck, cabin photo, camper t-shirt)

The base fee does NOT include:

  1. Harmonized sales tax (13%)
  2. Medical expenses (including prescriptions) not covered by OHIP and dental/orthodontic expenses
  3. Any special travel arrangements
  4. Non-affiliate fee: If not affiliated with a URJ (Reform) congregation, please add $200 per camper.

A portion of paid camper fees are eligible for charitable donation receipting.

For information on financial assistance opportunities please visit our fee assistance page.

Payment Schedule: After the initial deposit is paid, families can choose to pay their tuition in full or schedule a payment plan. 150 days prior to camp (February 1, 2024) 25% of tuition is due; 90 days prior to camp (April 1, 2024) an additional 50% of tuition is due, and 60 days prior to camp (May 1, 2024) the final payment is due.

Payment Plans: Families can choose to pay in full at the time of registration, pay in three installments (January, March and April) or pay monthly between November and April.

Additional Information:

  • The CIT Program is open to campers currently in grade 10. Space is limited. Please contact the camp office for details and registration requirements.
  • Nitzotzot/Lehavot 7, 14, 10, 17 Day and Six Week campers have the option of extending their stay (upon payment of the balance of the session fee).
  • Return transportation is not provided for Nitzotzot/Lehavot 7, 14, 10, 17 Day and Six Week campers on their respective departure dates from camp.
  • We ask that campers traveling from out-of-town by train or by plane arrange to arrive in Toronto in enough time to ride on the camper bus to camp and arrange their return travel with enough time to ride on the camper bus back to Toronto.

As a final step of the registration process, families will need to indicate their agreement with our Application Policies. Please review these detailed Terms and Conditions: Here


To join us for Summer 2024: registration for returning families will open on September 19th, 2023, and for new families, registration will be available on September 26th, 2023.

Summer 2024

 Have questions? Read below for the answers to a few commonly-asked questions

financial assistance

We are committed to ensuring that no child is denied a Jewish summer experience at Camp George.

Additional Fees and Discounts

CIT Program: CIT is a full-summer Counselor-in-Training program for campers who have completed Grade 10. Entry is competitive and requires an application, and letters of recommendation.

Canadian Tax Benefit: Canadian families can take advantage of the Canadian Tax Benefit. You are able to use a portion of your camp tuition as a charitable donation when you file your income tax, based on the educational component of our camp program. Receipts can be requested from our business office.

Consecration Certificate Program: Participating URJ congregations are eligible to join the Camp George Consecration Certificate Program and receive certificates redeemable for a $200 discount off a child’s first-time overnight camp experience. These certificates are distributed during the congregations’ Consecration Ceremonies each year. For more information, speak with your congregation’s Rabbi or Educator.

Sibling Discount: The first camper in the family pays full tuition, any subsequent campers receives $200 off.

Non-URJ Surcharge: Families who are not members of a URJ Congregation will be assessed a surcharge. The fee is $200 per camper.

Base Fee: The base fee includes laundry, round trip transportation from Toronto for full session campers (shorter sessions do not include transportation home), baggage handling prior ot camp, camper ativity fee (tuck, cabin photo, camper tshirt). The base fee does not include Harmonized Sales Tax (13%), medical or dental expenses not covered by OHIP, special travel arrangements including the Windsor Bus, or the non affiliate fee.