Programs & facilities
Summer campSession dates, session fees, and availability.
Five week-long sessions are available for girls who have finished grades 2–11.
Activity classes are:
- Chosen by each camper upon arrival
- Skill-based instruction
- Intentionally integrated faith and fun
- Nationally recognized programs of instruction
- Beginning each day with time set aside for Bible reading and prayer
- Small group Bible study
- All-camp and divisional evening programs including songs around a campfire and a devotional message.
- Voyagers (finished grade 2)
- Pathfinders (finished grades 3–4)
- Trailblazers (finished grades 5–6)
- Challengers (finished grades 7–8)
- Explorers (finished grades 9–11)
When your daughter is staying for more than one week, there is a program for Saturday afternoon through Sunday noon. Supervised activities are planned. Camper's laundry is done for them.
Parent/Daughter sessions are:
- For girls ages 6-17
- For parents and grandparents of all ages are welcome
- Spiritually encouraging
- Full of fellowship with other parents and daughters
- Packed with a variety of activities that parents and daughters choose together
Mothers and DaughtersWe have one weekend especially designed for mothers and daughters to enjoy the quiet atmosphere of the forest, study God's Word, and experience a fun-filled program. Mothers and daughters are housed together with other participants. Sample Schedule
Fathers and DaughtersWe have one weekend designed for fathers to spend time with their daughters enjoying the outdoors. Daughters sleep in supervised cabins with other girls. Dads sleep in tents with other Dads. Sample Schedule
Arrival and registration begins the first night at 7:00 PM. Departure is on the last day after lunch.
Parent/Daughter SessionsCheck availability
|June 28-June 30, 2013||Mother/Daughter WeekendTD>|
|Aug 9-11, 2013||Father/Daughter Weekend|
Ready for a family vacation that really lets you unplug from modern life?
Ready to be a camper again?
How Many Days? You Decide! Stay just one night or up to seven nights and enjoy a full program and three meals a day. Come with your family, arrange a reunion with camp friends or family, or just escape everyday life with a neighbor!
- Choose from our camp activities every day
- Study God’s Word in age appropriate groups
- Build family relationships and make new friends too
- Relax in the beauty of God’s creation- hike our trails, enjoy evening campfires, breathe in the fresh air every day
- Share fun and fellowship during special evening programs
- Enjoy three full meals daily and special cookout opportunities
- June 30 - July 7, 2013
- Choose 1-7 days that work best for you during this week
- Check-in after 2:00 on your day of arrival
- Check-out by 1:00 on your departure day
- Sample Schedule
- Adult (age 17+)- $55 per day
- Child (age 4-16)- $35 per day
- Children under age 4 FREE
- Non-refundable registration deposit of $15 per person, per day due at time of registration
- Housing will be in cabins and tents. There is no electricity in the cabins and tents. Washhouse facilities are located in a separate building.
- For special housing needs, please contact our registrar.
- Childcare is not provided except during occasional designated times.
- Custom daily schedule- you choose your activities and other special events each day
- A full range of camp activities will be offered each day. Click here for a list of possible activity offerings. (Some activities have minimum age requirements.)
- Families choose to do activities together or separately (some activities have supervision requirements based on age).
- Bible Exploration in age appropriate groups each day (children in small groups, adults with guest speakers in large group)
- Build-A-Cookout: with the help of a staff member, plan and go on a cookout for any meal (plan your own lunch hikes also available)
- Different evening programs each night based on a theme. Themes may include: Country Hoedown, Family Fued, Beach Party, BUNCO Night, Fourth of July Picnic and Minute to Win It
- Special events and activities offered each day.
Each day you stay includes one night lodging, three meals and all programming.
You'll be interested in learning more about these weekends for your groups.
Each group is housed together with their leaders. Times throughout the day are provided for leaders to spend with their groups. Spiritual encouragement happens through Morning Watch and the evening program. A variety of activities are available for campers. Leadership Training Seminars to help equip leaders as they minister to children are offered while girls attend activity sessions led by our staff
Dates & TimesJune 7-9, 2013
Arrival is after 7PM on Friday and departure is after the noon meal on Sunday.
Age GroupsActivities are planned for Voyagers (finished grade 1) through Challengers (finished grade 8).
Girls finished grades 9-12 are welcome to register with their church club group and come as High School helpers at NO COST.
FeesThe fee is $110 for each club member and leader participant. This covers meals, housing, activities, and adult seminars.
Tuck Shop (camp store) will be open during free time on Saturday. The participants can bring spending money to purchase snacks, souvenirs, and camp clothing.
RegistrationEach church registers as a group. Individual registrations are not accepted. To download a registration packet, click here for camporee registration packet. To request registration materials for your group or to learn more, please contact:
Work weekendsFind out how you can be a part of the work that goes on to open and close camp and keep it in good repair.
FacilitiesAll the facilities at Camp Cedarbrook in the Adirondacks are designed for safety, quality, and maximum participation and with the outdoor experience in mind. Our 500+ acres of Adirondack forest land provide the perfect setting for hiking, orienteering, cooking out over an open fire, and sleeping under the stars or in an Adirondack lean-to. Our beautiful 45-acre Davignon Pond is home to our swimming, sailing, kayaking, and canoeing activities. Even our indoor facilities give the feeling of being outdoors.
HousingCampers are housed in cabins and platform tents. This rustic housing protects campers from the elements, but doesn’t isolate them from the sights, sounds, and atmosphere of the forest. All camper groups have a resident counselor (staff) who live with the campers. Washhouses in each living area provide sinks, toilets, and hot showers.
The staff members not assigned to camper groups are housed in a variety of buildings, two to four staff members per room with a shared bath nearby.
DiningThe entire camp enjoys its meals together in our roomy dining hall, where large windows provide plenty of light and views of the forest. Meals are prepared in our well-equipped kitchen.
ActivitiesSeparate buildings for crafts, nature study, and outdoor living skills enhance our activity program. Our multi-purpose activity building has a large fireplace and is big enough for the whole camp to gather for evening campfires worship services. Horsemanship classes are held at the stable and riding ring. Our spacious stable houses 8-9 horses each summer. We also have a riflery range, an archery field, several playing fields, a ropes course with both high and low elements, and separate areas on the lake for swimming and boating activities.
- New steel roof on riflery platform
- New floor under Daisy (the dishwasher)
- Remodeled Pathfinder/Challenger Washhouse
- New steel roofs on several buildings
- Family & Friends Camp
IN THE PAST 5 YEARS:
- Prayer Gazebo by the lake
- New, enlarged riding ring at horse stable
- New classroom at horse stable for barn lessons
- Used Backhoe donated
- New Bathroom in Health Hut
- New window shutters in Chipmunk