Camp Hilbert has been the home of happy campers for the past 75 years. Nestled in the heart of Goochland County, Hilbert’s beautiful 110-acre site is the ideal camp setting for exploring the outdoors, building and developing skills, and forging lifelong friendships.
Camp Hilbert offers campers entering grades K-8 the classic summer camp experience. Campers enjoy Athletics, Performing Arts, Boating and Fishing, Art, and Israeli Culture.
All campers swim twice a day, a morning instructional period and an afternoon free swim period. Late stays, overnights, and special events throughout the summer help make lifelong
Free transportation is offered to Hilbert from the Weinstein JCC and one other Henrico location with sessions running from June 12 to August 18.
Specialty Camps, for campers grades K-8, is a 10-week program of pure fun and excitement. Does your child ever dream of creating LEGO block masterpieces, becoming a star athlete, or building robots? Specialty Camps has all those interests and more! Our camps provide professional and focused instruction which result in fun with learning mixed in.
Our goal is to provide an interactive and safe environment that ensures every camper’s physical, mental, and social development needs are met. Every week brings new adventures! Sessions run from June 12 to August 17.
Voices Together is a safe and structured day camp for children grades K-8 on the autism spectrum. Campers participate in both indoor and outdoor activities that keep them engaged and entertained, including art, music, swimming, science and classroom and gym games.
The professional staff and teen volunteers make this an experience your child will not forget! Voices Together sessions run from June 17 to August 11.
Weinstein JCC Camps also have excellent opportunities available all summer long for rising 9th graders who want to take the first step toward working as a Camp Hilbert counselor. Our Counselor in Training (CIT) opportunity is designed to help participants meet their schools’ community service requirements while still having an exciting, fun, and meaningful summer experience. CITs will learn from camp staff, perform community service, and learn new skills.
With the Weinstein JCC’s state-of-the-art Aquatics Center at Camp Hilbert and the Center’s recreational pool used for Camp Ganim, their Instructional Swim Program features everything to ensure all campers gain swimming competence to last a lifetime.
As the summer progresses, the campers attain new skills and move up to the next level to gain confidence in all areas of swimming.
Check out the Weinstein JCC’s 2023 Camps Magazine at weinsteinjcc.org for information about each of the exciting camp options and start to plan your child’s best summer ever!