Many buildings throughout the camp have been used for multiple purposes throughout the years and moved around (for full list, see notes put up in the "Museum")
Camp Gesher was formally a Dror camp before the merger of Habonim and Dror in the late eighties, unlike the other six Habonim Dror camps throughout North America, which were Habonim camps. The foundation of summers at Gesher are based on the five pillars of Habonim Dror North America. Habonim Dror's semel (emblem) comprises a wheat sheaf in a Star of David, symbolising the roots of the organisation in Labour Zionism and in building the Kibbutz movement.
The novel "The Program" by Hal Niedzviecki takes place in part at Camp Gesher.
The groups (kvutsas) of Gesher are: