Frequently Asked Questions
What are Camp Ilan’s sessional dates?
For summer 2018, Camp Ilan will be offering 2 sessions:
Tuesday, June 26 – Friday, July 13 (3 Weeks)
Monday, July 16 – Friday, August 3 (3 Weeks)
What is the price per session?
Session #1: $700 | Session #2: $750
Will the camp be taking any day trips?
We will be taking all of our campers on a weekly day trip. The camp will provide transportation to the location. If you order lunch with the camp, you will receive lunch on the trip.
What lunch will be offered at camp?
Camp Ilan will be offering a lunch program for $35 / week (this is extra to the cost of enrollment). You may order for the week or per day (though per day will be more costly). The menu is not finalized yet, but the meat/dairy schedule is as follows: milk on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, and meat on Monday and Wednesday.
What are Camp Ilan times?
Daily schedule: 9:00am – 4:00pm
- Optional Early Drop-Off: 8:15am
- Optional Late Pick-up: 4:45pm
Friday schedule: 9:00am – 3:00pm
- Fridays optional Early Drop-off: 8:15am
- Fridays optional Late Pick-up at 3:30pm
What type of daily programming will be in the camp?
For its core programs, Camp Ilan will be offering a high-level sports, arts, drama, music, swimming and informal Jewish education curriculum. In addition to these, Camp Ilan will also offer a variety of fun and educational complimentary programs throughout all sessions. These include (but are not limited to) colour war, theme days, cake baking and decorating, zumba, karate, special entertainers, and Shabbat challah baking.
What safety measures will Camp Ilan take to provide a safe environment for my child?
1. Camp Ilan will be a completely nut-free and sesame seed free environment. We will have epi-pens and first-aid kits placed strategically all over the premises, as well as taken on the bus to and from swimming.
2. All of our head staff and general staff will be CPR trained.
3. Our staff to camper ratio is 1:5. For each bunk we will also always have two counselors (even in the event that there are less than 10 kids per bunk) to ensure the safest environment.
We have had our son in camp since the first day it opened. Camp Ilan is an incredible camp, filled with amazing programs, and highly energetic, and responsible staff! Zack , the camp director makes everyone feel at home at Camp Ilan. He gives personalized attention and pays attention to detail in every aspect of running the camp. We couldn’t be more happy with the quality of camp offered, and most of all with the Jewish and Zionist ruach that inspires our kids all throughout the summer!
I had so much fun, I love the dancing, swimming and the outings. Each day is filled with new surprises and activities, I particularly liked the dance on Fridays. My counsellors were so nice ,I can’t wait to see them again and have another great summer at Camp Ilan.
It was great knowing how well organized Camp Ilan was. We also saw how much fun our daughter had with the wonderful end of the day ceremony and occasional flashmob! She can’t wait to go back!
So, where is all the fun happening?
Camp Ilan 5700 Kellert Avenue Cote Saint-Luc, QC