JCC Maccabi Sports Camp


Atherton, CA


1, 2 , 4, OR 6 weeks





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Building Strong Character and
Jewish Community Through Sports

JCC Maccabi Sports Camp is an overnight Jewish sports camp located just outside of San Francisco in Atherton, California. Our camp welcomes athletes in grades 3-11 from around the United States, Canada, and the world. During our one, two, or four-week camp sessions, campers develop skills in the sport of their choice – baseball, basketball, soccer, tennis, volleyball, dance, flag football, or running and fitness. Their daily routine also includes plenty of other sports and camp activities mixed in with the core values of a Jewish summer camp experience.   Upon registration, each camper selects a core sport on which to focus for the duration of the session. Camp staff of experienced coaches, from the high school and collegiate level, provide individual instruction to young athletes seeking to advance their skills in a supportive and relationship-driven Jewish community. Community, culture, and character are at the heart of a unique Jewish camp experience that combines high-level specialized sports instruction with the fun, friendship, values, and community of Jewish overnight camp.


JCC Maccabi Sports operates 3 two-week sessions for grades 4-11 and 3 one-week sessions (Rookie Camp) for grades 3-7. Rookie Camp is folded into the longer session, giving campers the opportunity to extend their stay for the full two weeks. JCC Maccabi Sports Camp is also proud to offer three weeks of Day Camp for families in the nearby area.


Our summer home is the gorgeous Menlo College. The campus of this cozy, intimate private school is nestled within the safe, quiet residential neighborhood of Atherton, California located in the Bay Area, just thirty minutes south of San Francisco.

Maccabi Cup

The Maccabi Cup is not simply an athletic competition; it’s an epic event that emphasizes teamwork, spirit, leadership, and strong character. During this multiple day competition, the entire camp is divided into two teams to compete for the honor of having their team name engraved on the esteemed Maccabi Cup which is displayed for future generations of campers.

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