Where is Camp Sabra?
Camp Sabra is located in the Lake of the Ozarks, MO., halfway between Kansas City and St Louis. Sabra sits on a 361 acre undeveloped peninsula with 3.5 miles of private shoreline.
How does my child get to camp?
You are always welcome to drop off your camper at Camp Sabra. We do have transportation available from most cities; you will receive specific information with your parent manual after you register for camp.
Where are Camp Sabra campers from?
We have a large number of campers from St. Louis, MO, Dallas, TX, Kansas City, MO/KS, Memphis, TN, Omaha, NE and Houston, TX. We also have campers from Arizona, Arkansas, California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Israel, Maryland, Mexico, Nevada, Ohio, Oklahoma, Utah and many other places
What will my child do all day?
A daily schedule and a description of our activity areas will give you an idea of all the amazing activities your child will have to choose from. Our staff will always encourage your child to try each activity, but never force a child to do so.
Why doesn't my child write back to me?
Usually, this is a sign that your child is having a fabulous time. We know this is hard for you, so check our website for photos and newsletters. If you are concerned, please call our office @ (573) 365-1591 and we will get back to you within 24 hours.
How does the laundry service work?
Camper's laundry is done by a service outside of camp. Laundry will be done 3 times for four week campers and 2 times for two week campers. One week campers will not have laundry service. Laundry is returned to your campers two days after it is sent out.
Can I call or visit my child?
No, but we will make sure you have plenty of information via our website. We will post photos and on facebook, twitter and our blog to keep you up to date. If you have specific concerns, please call our office @ (573) 365-1591 and we will get back to you within 24 hours.
Will my child see her/his sibling?
Our camp family eats all meals together in our dining hall, and there are all camp programs offered each week. On Shabbat, campers can sit at any table they choose, and often siblings will sit together for this festive meal.
What is Shabbat like at camp?
At Sabra, we braid Judaism into each day. Shabbat includes a festive evening meal followed by Israeli dancing and creative services. In the morning, services are followed by special activities that promote Jewish learning and celebration.
My child has special needs - who do I talk to about that?
If your child has special nutritional or behavioral needs, please contact the camp director prior to the start of camp.