Located in northern Wisconsin, Camp Moshava Wild Rose is the only Jewish Modern Orthodox Overnight camp in the US Midwest and sits on 242 acres of expansive and beautiful grounds and private lakes. What has always made Moshava Wild Rose is the “homey” atmosphere staff and campers experience each summer. Our campers enjoy many activities while at camp, including swimming in our large inground pool, jumping on the water inflatables and boating in the Agam (lake), playing basketball both in our indoor gymnasium and our outdoor basketball courts, tennis, baseball, soccer, floor hockey on our outdoor rink, creating in our Melechet Yad (arts and crafts) room, rock climbing and challenging themselves on our ropes course, gardening in our Teva (nature) program, bike riding through one of our 7 trails in our Geerz program, and cooking and baking in our Bishul kitchen. Our camp community also enjoys the programming and educational emphasis on Jewish traditions, a very spiritual Shabbat and lots of singing and dancing throughout the summer.
Located in the scenic, central region of Wisconsin, Camp Moshava is a Religious Zionist camp affiliated with Bnei Akiva, the Religious Zionist youth movement.
Here you can find a collection of 100+ words from the Moshava jargon that everyone spending a summer in Wild Rose should know.
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