The farm will be closed for Passover on April 23, 24, 29 & 30. Chag sameach!


Camp Urban Adamah

Each camp session is unique in its own way. Families love sending their children to multiple sessions of camp. We find that more time on the farm nourishes the connections children make here.

All eligible campers must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 at least two weeks prior to the start of camp. All campers age 12+ and all camp staff must have received a booster in addition to initial vaccination. 

Additionally, campers must be in compliance with the State of California’s immunization requirements for schools and childcare facilities. Vaccination requirements and resources can be found here.

Campers must be dropped off and picked up at the farm. We encourage carpooling! We offer limited 10-minute parking on our site, and street parking is available. One of the Camp Urban Adamah staff will supervise sign-in and sign-out by parents / guardians each day.

No. We ask that each camper bring their own labeled nut-free lunch, two nut-free snacks, and a reusable water bottle. If your child is staying for After-Camp, we ask that you send an extra snack for that time as well. Some of our programming may include cooking or baking food, which the campers will be invited to eat and share. We do our best to accommodate campers with particular food allergies. All food we make in camp is vegetarian and certified kosher.

Yes! Urban Adamah is committed to ensuring your camper the magic of camp. Urban Adamah sets aside a small pool of scholarship money, which is distributed on a needs-basis. All financial aid applications are due by April 15.

* 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.

Yes, there are bathrooms on the farm, some of which are designated and reserved for camper use during summer and winter camps.

A small backpack containing:
 a nut-free lunch, two (or three) nut-free snacks, a reusable water bottle, a sun hat, sunscreen, a sweatshirt, and close-toed shoes (on their feet!). We ask that your camper come every morning with sunscreen on.

For Sprouts campers, we also ask you to send a change of clothes labeled with the child’s name, a nap roll or small blanket and pillow, and a relaxation item such as a stuffed animal (if your child would like one) for our cozy relaxation time.

Camp Urban Adamah is welcoming and accommodating for a wide variety of Jewish backgrounds (including campers who aren’t Jewish!). All ingredients for food prepared and served at camp are certified kosher. Jewish content at camp is thoughtfully incorporated and no prior Jewish background or knowledge is assumed or required. Please check out Jewish Tradition at Camp Urban Adamah and feel free to be in touch with any further questions.

Yes. To add your child to the waitlist, register as usual using the waitlist option.

Please contact our Youth & Family team at