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Greetings Parents!

When the sun rises, it speaks of the glory of the Lord.  When the stars begin to twinkle in the night sky, they proclaim God’s power and give voice to the majesty of our Great Creator!  

We are looking forward to an incredible time at Cedarbrook Camp this summer with campers from all over Southern California.  Our theme will be “20/20 Focus: Seeing the World through God’s Eyes.”  Each day will be loaded with fun, amazing food, breath-taking beauty in God’s creation, music, laughter and chances to see Christ in every aspect of our lives.  We can’t wait to see you at camp! 

Below you will find information regarding camp.  Please read the following information carefully, and if you have any questions feel free to contact us.  



Camp Director

For a printable version of the following information:

Parent Information

Arrival and Departure Times


  • Register your camper (includes Health Form).
  • A $50 deposit per week is due at registration
  • Pick a payment plan. 
  • Print off the Packing List Below and begin labeling your camper’s belongings.

What to Bring to Camp

Common sense is the best guide for choosing clothes for camp. Nights are cool; days may be warm. Legs and feet need protection on hikes. So, bring closed-toe shoes with laces, i.e. tennis shoes/sneakers, and socks to protect the feet. You may also want to bring old clothes you don’t mind getting dirty.

Use the following suggestion list as you pack for camp. Write down how many of each item you pack. When you are packing to go home from camp, check to see that the number you brought is the number you take home. Careful packing and labeling of all your belongings will cut down on the number of articles left at camp. We are not liable for lost articles, but do try to return them if they are labeled.

___Medications in ORIGINAL containers (turn in to Nurse at Registration)

___Swimsuit (needed on Sunday.)


___Long pants (3+ pair)



___Warm Pajamas



___Sweater, jacket, sweatshirt

___Laundry bag (plastic bag for dirty clothes)

___Old sneakers for creek walk (no water walkers, must be sturdy with closed toes)

___Sandals for use to pool and showers only

___Hat, scarf

___Towel, washcloth




___Warm OUTDOOR sleeping bag, plus an extra blanket




___Small notebook

___Water bottle


___Insect Repellant


___Flashlight/new batteries

___Eye glasses/Sunglasses

___Great attitude, ready to learn and have a lot of fun


___Stuffed animal/warm fuzzy, if needed to help get to sleep

___Stamped, addressed Postcards if you want your camper to write to you


___Rain gear/poncho

___Costume items for fun theme

___Camera (Separate from cell phone as campers will not be using cell phones while at camp.)

Items in bold should be readily available during check-in.


Parent-Child Tips for Success

  1. Have Confidence - If you are anxious, they will be anxious. If you are excited, they will be excited. We follow ACA guidelines when hiring and training our staff. We have an RN on campus at all times. We are trained professionals and want your camper to have the best camping experience possible. Please reach out if you have questions.
  2. Play Camp with your child - Let them sleep for a night in a sleeping bag, practice putting on bug spray, and get their clothes out of a suitcase. Encourage them to drink a whole glass of water at each meal, as it helps prevent headaches and tummy aches at camp. Camp will be a fun experience for your child if you practice it first, because it won’t be completely new to them.
  3. Find out what we do...and get your camper excited. Go over the daily schedule with your child. The campers will have opportunities to choose various activities which may include Outdoor Skills, Archery (age limited), Crafts, Mountain Biking, Swimming, and Hiking.
  4. Homelonely vs. Homesick - The counselors are your “fill-in” parents. Don’t make deals to pick up your camper early. Plan on and encourage your child to have a wonderful time at camp.
  5. Put your child’s name on everything. Your camper’s clothing will be mixed up with another camper’s, so be sure to label everything. We will have a better chance of returning their items to them if everything has a label.

Typical Schedule at Camp

8:00 Rise and Shine

8:30 Morning Watch

9:00 Breakfast, Flag Raising

10:00 Bible Exploration

11:10 Activity #1

12:20 Activity #2

1:30 Lunch

2:30 Kick Back and Relax; Cabin Time

3:45 Free Time 

5:15 Divisional Activities

6:45 Dinner

7:45 Evening Activity 

Lights Out varies depending on the age of the campers. 

Camper Mail

You are welcome to send your camper an encouraging letter or postcard by mail:

Camper Mail Example:

Johnny Doe

Cedarbrook Camp c/o Camp Sky Meadows

3191 Radford Camp Road

Angelus Oaks, CA 92305

Insider Tip: You are welcome to bring letters with you on Sunday and turn them in at registration. You will save money on postage and make sure your letters “arrive.” Please address your camper’s mail with their name and address, and the day you would like them to receive it.

If you want your camper to write a note home, we strongly suggest you send pre-addressed envelopes/postcards, including postage, with your camper so they can send letters home.

Camp Photos

During the camp session, pictures will be posted on Facebook and Instagram.

After camp, a link will be emailed with access to all camp pictures.

Phone Policy

We want our campers and staff to be 100% focused on their week at camp. Campers’ phones will be collected at registration and locked up. If we have an emergency or concern about your child, we will call you immediately. If you do not hear from us, you can assume that your child is having a great time and is safe!  

Tuck Shop

All campers will have the opportunity to purchase camp gear as well as other fun items from our camp store, the Tuck Shop, during Free Time. We offer Cedarbrook water bottles, t-shirts, hoodies, stuffed animals, candy, ice cream, and other fun items. You can add money to your camper’s ultracamp account before or during camp. We recommend a $25 amount for most campers. All money still left in a camper’s account at the end of the week will be considered a donation to Cedarbrook Camp. 

Cancellation and Refund Policies

All cancellations must be received by email at If you cancel before May 1st, Cedarbrook Camp will refund all payments except the $50 deposit. Refunds after May 1st will be determined on an individual basis.  

Address: Camp Sky Meadows 3191 Radford Camp Road, Angelus Oaks, CA 92305


Directions to Summer Camp Location

Driving Information: 

  1. Follow Lugonia several miles through the city of Mentone.  Stay on Hwy 38.  You have about 30 minutes more of travel to do on this highway. 
  2. At Mill Creek Ranger Station, set your odometer here! (You will now go 17.5 miles farther on Hwy 38, until you eventually turn off at Glass Road);   
  3. Continue on Hwy 38, and about 6 miles farther, the highway bends sharply to the left and continues uphill (do not take the Forest Home turn off);
  4. Pass through Angelus Oaks:  The uphill will continue for five more miles and you will go through the town of Angelus Oaks on Hwy 38.  You will now go another 6.5 miles past Angelus Oaks until you get to your turnoff onto Glass Road.  
  5. Turn left onto Glass Road (this road is 6.5 miles after Angelus Oaks, and is 17.5 miles on your odometer that you set above at the Mill Creek Ranger Station)
    1. (Note in case you are lost:  Glass Road is at the official 26.5-mile-road-marker of Hwy 38.  If you get to the Barton Flats Visitors Center you have gone a little bit too far.)
  6. Go downhill on Glass Road for 2.3 miles.
  7. Turn right at the junction of River Road where there is a group of mailboxes.
  8. Turn left onto Radford Camp Road
  9. Go over the bridge and continue on about 1 mile
  10. Turn right into Camp Sky Meadows


Parent Information Letter (pdf)