Gorgeous Serene Campground Available For Elul Zman

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Is your Yeshiva looking for the perfect location during these trying times? A quiet getaway where bochurim can shteig in an idyll setting, away from the outside world? 

How about a beautiful 50-acre lakefront campground with an air conditioned Bais Medrash and a beautiful set of bungalows and bunkhouses, large enough to accommodate dozens of bochurim and staff. 

The Mayan Campgrounds in Cassopolis, Michigan may just be the perfect place. Located just a bus ride away from the Tri state area, this tranquil property, stocked and ready to host a large group of bochurim for this upcoming Elul Zman, could be the right fit for your Yeshiva.


Here is an overview of the facilities:


Family Housing

11 Gorgeous Brand New Bungalows – Each has 2 Bedrooms (1: 2 Full Beds, 2: 2 Twin Beds), a Full Bathroom and a Full Kitchen/Living Room with a Sleeper Couch


Camper/Bochurim Housing

– 19 Bunkhouses that each sleep 10-12 campers plus a private room for 1-2 counselors. Each state-of-the-art bunkhouse comes with 2 Showers and a large bathroom.


– Dormitory style sleeping for 50 people across 10 rooms in the main ‘Lodge’ building, with sinks in each room and two large communal bathrooms


Public Spaces

– Beautiful Dining Room in the ‘Lodge’ with a glass wall overlooking the large ‘Little Fish Lake’, and massive wraparound outdoor deck.


– Attached kosher kitchen with Milchig and Fleishig sections and a Pareve baking area.


– Full court insulated Gym with stage, professional basketball nets


– Two attached brand new  Batei Medrashim that can each seat 125+


– Multiple one room and two room programming space buildings.


– Sand volleyball court


– Outdoor asphalt basketball court

– Open field sports areas, one with baseball backstop


– Lakefront with sand beach, floating trampoline, multiple non-motorized watercrafts



For more information please contact [email protected]



  1. “Located just a bus ride away from the Tri state area”

    Huh? What? On Google Maps it’s a 12 hour trip. Let’s not insinuate that it’s just a hop skip & jump away from Brooklyn.


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