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During Fall Camp we play, build, sing, work, and get to know life on a Jewish urban farm. Through group-building challenges and project-based learning, we learn about the natural world and explore community, teamwork, and the interconnectedness of all things. Fall Camp is for children ages 7 – 9 years old.

What Happens At FALL Camp?

Campers enjoy their day in project-based explorations that integrate the natural elements on the farm from shomrei adamah (keepers of the earth), farm activities while exploring what it means to be part of a kehillah (community). 

This fall, we will get to know the farm during this transitional time of year as we prepare garden beds for winter, process and enjoy the last of the Autumn harvest, and spruce up the children’s garden with art and building projects. Through song, play, and creation, campers will foster friendships with one another and relationship to the land.

2021 FALL Camp Dates

Fall Camp runs from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM. Campers may arrive beginning at 8:30 AM. The After-Camp Program runs from 3:00 – 5:30 PM, Monday – Wednesday, and is available for an additional fee.

November 22 – 24

3 days

Ages 7 – 9

$370: Early Bird (Register by November 5)
$395: Regular


8:30 AM    Welcome &  Chaverah                              (Group) Time

10:00 AM  Opening Circle

10:20 AM  Chaverah (Group)                                      Time & Snack
10:45 AM  Shomrei Adamah – Farm                        Activities

11:30 AM    Lunch

12:00 PM   Children’s Garden &                                   Orchard Time

1:00 PM     Specialty Activities /                                   Relaxation

1:45 PM     Snack

2:00 PM               Camp Game

2:45 PM               Closing Circle

3:00 PM               Departure

3:00 – 5:30 PM   After Camp

Rates & Registration

Fall Camp 2021





To be added to our waitlist for a closed camp session, please follow the registration prompts and add yourself to the waitlist for your desired session.

Urban Adamah is committed to ensuring your camper the magic of camp. Urban Adamah has a pool of scholarship money generously provided by the San Francisco Jewish Community Federation. All financial aid applications are due by April 15 and are anonymously distributed on a needs-basis.

* If you wish to apply for Financial Aid, follow the prompts in the registration process and ensure to click the box that says I want to apply for Financial Aid.

We understand that life circumstances sometimes change and that you may need to cancel your child’s registration. Cancellation fees apply to all sessions including sessions with a waitlist.

Cancellations Through November 5: Full Refund (minus the cost of the processing fee)

Cancellations on November 6 and After: No Refunds


There are no refunds available starting November 6 except in the event of a medical or family emergency that makes attendance impossible. All cancellations must be received in writing by email to

* There is a 3% non-refundable credit card processing fee

After Camp Program


Urban Adamah offers an After-Camp Program extended day option (3:00 – 5:30 PM), Monday – Wednesday. Staffed by our Urban Adamah Camp counselors, After-Camp offers a relaxed farm experience at the end of the camp day. Each day, campers will have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities, including arts and crafts, games, creative farm projects, and quiet-time activities.

Questions? View Youth Camp FAQ’s


All campers and staff are required to wear masks, and will hand-sanitize and wash hands frequently! We ask kiddos to bring all their own snacks and lunch for health and safety reasons. Our cleaning practices will include regular bathroom cleanings, equipment sanitized and disinfected before use each day, individual places to store camper belongings, and plenty of hand sanitizer, hand washing, and self-applied sunscreen!

Camp activities will remain outdoors or in an open outdoor tent. On the occasion of extreme cold or rainy weather, camp groups may spend short periods of time indoors with open windows — each chauvrah will be separated into a different indoor area.

We will ask staff and program participants to complete a symptom questionnaire to identify any potential health concerns upon arrival each day. Additionally, we will take all staff and campers’ temperatures upon arrival to the farm. Staff and campers will be required to wear a mask at all times during the day, except for when eating or drinking or as contraindicated per CDC recommendations.

Please send your camper in a comfortable, breathable mask each day with an extra mask in their backpack.

Failed Health Check:
If any staff or program participant fails a daily health check by answering yes to any of the questions on the symptom checklist, or with a temperature reading of over 100ºF, they will be sent home for a minimum of 72 hours.

* If a temperature reads over 100 degrees we will ensure a correct reading, we by retaking the temperature one more time, after 5 minutes, for confirmation.

If symptoms resolve within 72 hours, the staff member or participant will be admitted back to camp upon a successful health check and negative COVID-19 test. If a child or staff member develops symptoms while at camp, they will be sent home.

Positive COVID-19 Result:
If any staff member, child, or anyone within their social bubble, tests positive for COVID-19 or comes in contact with someone who tests positive for COVID-19, they will not be able to return to camp for 2 weeks, and until providing a negative COVID-19 test result for them and infected person, per the CDC guidelines.

Additionally, the program pod this person was in will move from in-person to remote programming for 2 weeks, and until every returning member provides a negative COVID-19 test result. The exception to this rule is if a positive COVID-19 result was obtained prior to contact with anyone else in the pod.

Review our entire COVID-19 protocol here.

We will be closely monitoring air quality each day camp is in session. We ask that you provide your child with an N-95, or other smoke filtering mask for each day of camp, in the event that smoke begins to impact air quality during camp time. In the event of poor air quality, we will restrict activities in the following ways:

  • Air Quality Is Moderate (AQI 51 – 100)
    No restrictions on activities. Counselors monitor kids with asthma or other respiratory problems, as gathered from Camper Forms.
  • Air Quality Is Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups (AQI 101 – 150+)
    Given that our programming will take place exclusively outdoors due to COVID-19 precautions, we have no option to bring the campers indoors should the AQI reach this level. We will contact parents and ask for pickup within 2 hours. During these days of poor air quality, please have your phones on and stay close by to the farm, so that you are able to pick up your child if need be.

We apologize for any inconvenience this policy may cause. The safety of your children is our highest priority.

FALL Camp Staff

Camp Urban Adamah is led by an extraordinary group of outdoor educators. These experienced and talented individuals create loving, inspiring, memorable, and transformative experiences for our campers.