Situated in the Pocono Mountains, Camp Harlam is nestled in a beautiful environment for campers to live and learn. The breathtaking surroundings including fields, courts, and elements that are sure to enrich the lives of every camper, making Camp Harlam an unforgettable experience. With more than 300 acres of land, great sports and arts facilities, three pools, eight climbing elements, Lake Joshua, plentiful indoor program space, and many other outstanding facilities, there is a place for everyone at Camp Harlam.
There are three pools at Camp Harlam. The L pool and the Z pool are located within the main camp area while the I pool is located in our Chavurah village (for teens entering 10th grade). Campers are scheduled to be in the pool at least once nearly every day during the summer. In addition to three pools, we have a private lake with a beachfront for paddle boarding, swimming, climbing on our lake toys, and fishing.
Beit Hatarboot: The Beit Hatarboot is the main rec hall at Camp Harlam. It has a stage and a complete sound/lighting system. This space fits the entire camp community. It is great for concerts, plays, talent shows, and other fun all-camp or unit programs. It is also air-conditioned to keep cool in the summer and heated for winter use.
Mercaz: The Mercaz is another air-conditioned building which provides great space for more intimate programming, typically for an entire age group at once. It consists of a main room, three classrooms, and a library room with more comfortable seating. This building is heated for winter use.
New Beit (seen right): The New Beit, built after the Beit Hatarboot, is an air-conditioned building which has a stage and a sound/lighting system installed. This building is also perfect for unit programs such as talent shows and other fun activities.