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Camp Stein

3400 W Camp Pearlstein Rd · Prescott, AZ

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27th Annual International Jewish Outdoor Escape

Hosted by Mosaic Outdoor Clubs of America

It’s Summer Camp for Grown-ups

August 31 – September 4, 2017

Held in Prescott, AZ

Day Trips to Sedona ( Tour) and Grand Canyon ( Canyon Tour)

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Whether you love hiking through large stands of ponderosa pines or appreciate historic places, Prescott offers things to do and places to see for everyone. Mild seasons make it an appealing destination year-round. A mile-high city, Prescott is nestled in the Ponderosa Pines of Prescott National Forest. Your home for the Labor Day weekend will be a camp next to Prescott National Forest. This year's Jewish Outdoor Escape will be held at a camp outside of Prescott and at the edge of Prescott National Forest. From this venue we will be leading numerous activities. Possible activities include hiking, kayaking, biking, paddling, nature walks, arts & crafts, dancing, workshops, swimming, campfires, field games, photography, swimming, and cultural events. Included this year will be the option of doing a day trip to either the Grand Canyon or Sedona.

What is the Jewish Outdoor Escape?

The Mosaic's Jewish Outdoor Escape is held every year during an extended Labor Day Weekend. It gives Jewish outdoor enthusiasts from all over the world the opportunity to spend time with each other in a Jewish setting, and enjoy out-of-doors activities. We stay at a summer camp and the activities vary each year depending on the locale. Over 100 like-minded Jewish adventurers attend this event each year.

What is Mosaic?

Mosaic Outdoor Clubs of America is a volunteer-run organization that allows Jewish adults with a love of the outdoors to get “back to nature” and has some fun. With 12 clubs located throughout the United States, Canada, and Israel, our international non-profit, volunteer-run organization promotes appreciation of the outdoors, nature, outdoor skills and conservation, while building Jewish community and continuity.

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