Dates & Fees


Dates, Fees & Information

Mini Mosh2 & 3Sun – Aug 2ndWed – Aug 5th$450

(Discounts not applicable)

Mini Mosh Extended2 & 3Sun – Aug 2ndTues – Aug 11th$1,000

(Discounts not applicable)

1st Session3-8Wed – June 24thMon – July 20th  $3950
2nd Session3-8    Tues – July 21st  

Tues– Aug 11th

Both sessions3-8Wed – June 24thTues– Aug 11th$6650
Machal 9Wed – June 24th

Mon – July 20th  

Machal- Avodah I9  Wed – June 24th

Tues– Aug 11th





EARLY BIRD PROMOTION: register by September 15, 2019 and receive a 10% discount (up to $400)

EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Families who register by November 1st, 2019 will receive $200 off per camper (discount applied after Sept 15th)

NEW CAMPER DISCOUNT: New Families who register by December 15th, 2019 will receive $150 off per camper (discount applied after Sept 15th)


  • Families who pay in full by Jan 1st, 2020 will receive an additional $100 off per family
  • Families who pay in full by March 1st, 2020 will receive an additional $75 off per family


SIBLING DISCOUNT: Families sending two or more children to camp will receive $100 off per each additional camper.

OPEN HOUSE DISCOUNT: Families who attend an Open House will receive an additional $50 off per family

Incentives and discounts can be combined where applicable. Scholarship recipients are eligible for discounts and are encouraged to apply as many as are applicable; scholarship funding is awarded based on total financial need and funds available on a first come, first serve basis.

Other ways to save

Did you know your first-time camper may be eligible for a Summer Camp Grant of up to $1000!

One Happy Camper: Please click here to check your eligibility for the One Happy Camper program. One Happy Camper is not a scholarship program and grants are not based on financial need. There is no official deadline, but a limited number of grants are available and once they’re gone, they’re gone!

PJ Goes to Camp: Please click here to check your eligibility for the PJ Goes To Camp grant. Please note that for students who attend a Jewish day school grants are done by lottery and there are a limited number of PJ Goes to Camp incentives for 2020. Requests to enter the lottery will be accepted beginning October 1, 2019.


Scholarships are awarded based upon financial need and will be given first come first serve. Our first review of scholarship papers begins on November 1st, 2019. We encourage you to register for camp and fill out the scholarship application, returning it in a timely manner so you can be in this round of the review process.  Scholarship dollars are limited and will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. Scholarship applicants are required to apply to their local Jewish Federation for scholarship opportunities as well.


Payments & Fees



There is a $500 registration fee per child for all programs, of which $100 is non-refundable. This fee must accompany the registration/application.

CAMPING TUITION PAYMENT DEADLINE: All camping tuition and fees are due by May 15, 2020. Campers will not be permitted to attend until all camping tuition and fees have been paid and a completed medical form has been returned to the office.

ADDITIONAL FEES: The camping tuition includes medical services provided in camp, as well as laundry, however, prescriptions, doctor visits outside camp, and canteen fees are not included.


NEW CAMPERS: First-time attendees of Camp Moshava of Wild Rose, WI, may be contacted by the camp for an interview to establish that the camp is suitable for the child, and the child for the camp.

HIGH SCHOOL CAMPERS: High school campers attending Camp Moshava of Wild Rose, WI, for the first time must submit a letter of recommendation from a teacher or principal and may also be contacted for an interview.

Cancellations, Changes, & Refunds


PARTIAL ATTENDANCE: Camp Moshava cannot pro-rate camping fees for late arrivals or early departures. 

CAMPER DISMISSAL: Campers sent home for disciplinary reasons will NOT receive a refund.

CANCELLATIONS: Refunds follow the schedule below.


Refund for full cancellation
Before March 1     100% of tuition, minus non-refundable
portion of registration fee
March 1 – March 31100% of tuition, minus full registration fee
April 1 – April 3050% of tuition, minus full registration fee
May 1 and afterNo Refund

Mini Mosh (Regular and Extended)

For first-time Moshava campers completing 2nd and 3rd grades.

Mini Mosh gives campers an opportunity to experience many of the activities and programs enjoyed by full-session campers in a 3-night stay.

Mini Mosh Extended gives campers a real taste of Moshava in a 10-night stay at camp, with the opportunity for them to experience a Moshava Wild Rose Shabbat.   Campers arrive with our Mini Mosh campers, and return home on our final day of camp with our second session campers.


Regular Campers – 1st, 2nd or both sessions

Primary camping for campers completing 3rd – 8th grades.

These campers enjoy a full range of camp activities, including sports, swimming, arts & crafts, and more. Each day campers attend daily shiurim and sichot (study and discussion groups), along with hobby groups of their choice. Each evening features a unique program. Downstairs campers also leave camp for special day trips and a 2-day, 1-night camp-out.



For campers completing 9th grade.

This program is tailored for the high school chanich completing 9th grade. These chanichim enjoy their own campsite, known as “The Hill”, separate from the rest of camp. Machal helps bring these campers closer together by challenging them to find that inner, pioneering spirit demonstrated by early Zionist settlers. The site includes its own chadar ochel (dining hall), beit knesset, and sports facilities, while at the same time being in close proximity to the main grounds of the camp, enabling chanichim of “The Hill” to take full advantage of all of our amenities. Adult staff members reside at this campsite to provide additional supervision and educational enrichment. Machal is designed to create a cohesive shevet (age group), through programs in camp and on trips out of camp. One of the special Machal trips that chanichim enjoy is a 3-day canoe/bike/horseback riding trip.


Machal/ Avodah I

For campers completing 9th grade.

Enjoy all of the excitement of our Machal program (see above for details) and our Avodah program.  The Machaneh Torah V’Avodah program offers an opportunity to live the ideals of Torah V’Avodah. Along with the traditional tafkidim (jobs) of the “Avodah” program, such as working in the Chadar Ochel (dining hall) and general jobs around the Machaneh, chanichim (campers) will participate in daily peulot (activities) such as sports, swimming and zipline, along with unique once in a lifetime tiyulim (trips). While in camp, members of the program will participate in seminars and shiurim led by professional staff.