8. What is your policy on bringing food to camp?

We provide nutritious and well-balanced meals, nightly snacks, and two weekly tucks. Therefore, campers do not need to bring food to camp. Having food in the cabin has campers substituting less nutritious food for proper meals; attracts insects and animals, which are a health and safety threat; and causes safety concerns for campers with life-threatening allergies. Therefore, food and drinks are not allowed to be brought into camp.

Camp Northland-B’nai Brith is a “nut aware” facility. That is to say that everything that we serve is nut-free. We will work with families who may have a child that needs to bring special food to camp for medical reasons.