Moshava Meyuchad

Moshava Meyuchad is riding the success of summer 2023, and looking ahead to what will surely be an even better 2024 (if that’s even possible)!! As in previous summers, all our chanichim (campers) will choose one of our Meyuchads (specialties), and enjoy an all-encompassing, specialty experience that will have them returning home with new memories, friends, and talents! Our specialty offerings are Hoops (Basketball), Trek (Biking), Spiced (Culinary), Innovate (STEAM) or Links (Golf). All of our specialties will be staffed by a professional leader that will guide and inspire our chanichim for two weeks of Moshava Meyuchad. Meyuchad is open to campers currently in 4th-9th grade. 

Whether you are coming for the first time, or returning, get ready for revamped, new general daily programming, and brand-new events and trips for all of our Meyuchads. Our countdown to Moshava Meyuchad 2024 has begun! See you there!!

July 24th – August 7th 


Hoops (Basketball)

Our Meyuchad Mayhem Hoops team wants you as the newest (or returning) Hooper!! Meyuchad Hoops chanichim get the chance to develop and hone their basketball skills in our state of the art, fully air conditioned gym. Our camp also has outdoor basketball facilities that are used when groups need to be divided. Hoops chanichim enjoy their days in skill drills, competition, and games that will be both challenging and fun. Our Meyuchad Mayhem hoopers take their skills out of camp too, as they represent Camp Moshava in a three game round robin tournament in the Wisconsin Dells. Meyuchad Hoops 2024 will continue to build on the successes of our previous summers and create new ones for this coming one. Chanichim will be trained by a college level coach, highly skilled at teaching skills and gameplay. If basketball is your game, Meyuchad Hoops is where you need to be! See you on the court!

Trek (Biking)

Get on your bike and ride!! Meyuchad Trek is a unique experience that you can only get on the grounds of Camp Moshava Wild Rose. Our biking program was launched in the summer of 2019 and we have been building trails and bike parks ever since! Endless trails through the vast surrounding forests, challenging obstacle courses, and hands-on professional guidance are just some of the things that make Meyuchad Trek an experience that cannot be missed! Meyuchad Trek is all about biking but it offers so much more than peddling and braking. With trips on and off campus, a Trekkers day is jam packed with physically demanding yet unbelievably rewarding activities. Are you ready to put rubber to the dirt road and start Trekking?! Ready, Set, Let’s Go!!!!! See you on the trails!

Spiced (Culinary)

Turn up the heat and grab a pan!! Meyuchad Spiced is the place for future chefs and food enthusiasts alike! With generous support  by the Foundation of Jewish Camp and The Gottesman Fund, our culinary arts kitchen was finished in the summer of 2022. Guided by a seasoned (pun intended) chef, Spicers will learn to chop, sauté, bake, and prep in their very own culinary kitchen! With culinary activities in and out of the kitchen, Spiced chanichim gain new found confidence in the kitchen, and a whole new appreciation for food culture. Our Spiced chanichim enjoy picking vegetables and spices out of our fresh garden and enjoy different culinary challenges like the popular Chopped competition, which has become a staple in our Spiced kitchen.  Meyuchad Spiced will take your senses on the adventure of a lifetime! Can you handle the heat?? We sure can!! See you in the kitchen!


This summer join us as Meyuchad Innovate takes on STEAM. Innovate is a completely reinspired program where science, technology and visual art meet to create something truly inspiring! This hands-on program will give chaninchim a chance to explore and create.  Innovate will also have the opportunity to learn from pros in the field and interact with like-minded STEAM students in Wisconsin.

Take part in brand-new activities including: 

  • Mobile 3D lab in collaboration with the Einstein Institute 
  • Box Car Building and Racing!
  • Starry Nights: Painting Under the Stars
  • Flavor Creators: Adventures in Food Science
  • Sculpture Park Creation
  • Wreck Lab
  • Pottery/Glass blowing field trip

Links  (Golf)

Fore!! Did you know Camp Moshava neighbors some of the best golfing in the Wisconsin area?! Meyuchad Links will give chanichim the opportunity to hone their swing, and increase their drive as they challenge themselves in camp and out of camp golf activities. Our golf pro will give chanichim the tips and mechanics needed to enhance their game to the next level. Links is the perfect summer program for the young golf enthusiast or golf curious! Bring your clubs, and get ready for a golf experience of a lifetime! See you on the Links!!

*We strongly encourage Links chanichim to provide their own clubs, but if this is not possible, clubs will be provided each day.

Typical Camp Day, Grades 4-6

  • 8:00am : Wake up + Shacharit
  • 9:00am: Breakfast
  • 9:30am: Shiur (learning)
  • 10:00am: Chug (elective)
  • 11:00am: Swim
  • 12:30pm: Lunch
  • 12:30pm: Mincha + Menucha
  • 1:30pm: Moshava Meyuchad Time! ** Hoops, Spiced, or Trek**
  • 5:00pm: Camp-wide Shekem (canteen)
  • 5:45pm: Shower
  • 7:00pm: Mifkad + Dinner
  • 7:45pm: Maariv
  • 8:00pm: Night Tochnit (night activity) or Meyuchad After Dark (track specific activity)
  • Lights out!

Typical Camp Day, Grades 7-9

  • 8:00am : Wake up + Shacharit
  • 9:00am: Breakfast
  • 9:30am: Moshava Meyuchad Time! ** Hoops, Spiced, or Trek** 
  • 12:30pm: Lunch
  • 1:00pm: Mincha + Menucha
  • 2:00pm: Shiur (learning)
  • 2:30pm: Chug (elective)
  • 3:30pm Swim
  • 5:00pm: Camp wide Shekem (canteen)
  • 5:45pm: Shower
  • 7:00pm: Mifkad + Dinner
  • 7:45pm: Maariv
  • 8:00pm: Night Tochnit (night evening activity) or Meyuchad After Dark (track specific activity)
  • Lights out!

Examples of our elective options include activities such as or similar to:  

  • Teva (nature)
  • Fishing
  • Jewelry making
  • Conversational Hebrew
  • Volleyball
  • Soccer
  • Boating
  • Painting
  • Dance
  • Yoga
  • And more!

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How does Moshava Meyuchad differ from Moshava Classic?

A. The wonderful Bnei Akiva traditions, learning, fun and Wild Rose ruach will continue throughout the entire experience. In addition, Moshava Meyuchad allows chanichim to choose their own adventure and tailor camp to their individual interests! Meyuchad chanichim get to experience camp by exploring an interest or passion throughout the entire session. In these two weeks chanichim will focus heavily on their chosen track and also have the Wild Rose experience of Shabbat, mifkad, and building lifetime friendships. Choose your passion – and let the adventure begin!

Q. Can I choose more than one track?

A. Meyuchad chanichim will choose one specialty track as their focus. By participating in the full two-week program, chanichim will get the most out of the full arc of the program. While they will be on this focused track, Moshava Meyuchad is all about CHOICE.  When chanichim are not focusing on their track, they will have the opportunity to select from a range of other peulot (activities) to complete  their day.  This opportunity to select an elective (chug) rather than be sent to a particular activity continues the differentiation from our Moshava Classic programming.

Q. What are the 2024 Meyuchad dates?

A. Moshava Meyuchad runs from July 24th – August 7th. If your child was enrolled in Moshava Classic and is staying for Moshava Meyuchad, where we will be offering inter-camp programming during the July 25/26 turnover days between the two sessions.

Q. What options are available for chanichim younger than 4th grade?

A. During these weeks, we are excited to offer Mini Mosh, our two-week program for chanichim in grades 2-3! Please note that if you are in 4th grade, you have the option to join Moshava Meyuchad or Mini Mosh.