Camper Phone Calls
Campers will call home on two scheduled phone days. Campers will be provided with a camp cell phone to call home to talk to parents for a few minutes. From past experience, phone calls are typically made in the late afternoon or early evening. Because campers will not have their own 9 personal cell phones, we encourage parents to write down important phone numbers (cell, home, etc.) for the campers to keep with them.
As previously noted, campers are not permitted to bring cell phones on the trip.
If you need information, have concerns or would like to relay an important message to your child at a time other than during the phone call days, please call the Camp Maas office and leave a message with one of our office staff. They will forward the message to Jason Charnas, Director of Teen & Family Programs. Jason is in regular contact with the trip supervisors, checking in on the campers, staff and trip, and is also able to pass important messages to the group and their campers.
Camp Summer Office Information
Office Hours: Sunday through Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: Closed in observance of Shabbat
Mail and Packages
Please write to your child 1-2 times per mail pickup. It means a great deal to campers to hear from home and mail is always a fun time on the trip. No packages may be sent to your camper. UPS, FedEx and other carriers are NOT accepted by General Delivery. Please only send mail through the United States Postal Service.
Please consult the specific trip itinerary for mail address and pick up dates. Mail can take up to one week for delivery, so please mail letters early. Email and Fax It is not possible for emails or faxes to be sent to the travel trips – only traditional USPS mail is available.
Email and Fax
It is not possible for emails or faxes to be sent to the travel trips – only traditional USPS mail is available.