Summer Camp 2020

Session 1 – July 12 – 17

Grades 3-10 and CILT

Session 2 – July 19 – 24

Grades 3-10 and CILT

All sessions will be at Camp Sky Meadows

Map and Directions to Sky Meadows

Arrive: 3:00 pm – Pick Up: 10:00 am

Camp Info & Registration PDF’s:



Have a Summer Camp Brochure sent to you.

FAQs about summer camp!
Cedarbrook Camp Southern California is a non-denominational Christian camp located just off Highway 38, in the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains. It is a member of the Association of Cedarbrook Camps with 12 other Cedarbrook camps across the nation. All of the Cedarbrook Camps are committed to providing a high quality, fun-filled, Christ-centered camping experience for your child.

This year Cedarbrook Camp Southern California offers two weeks of camp. Check the registration information carefully for ages of campers for each camp.

Our daily schedule provides a variety of fun-filled activities, led by trained Christian staff members who enable campers to develop new skills and improve on skills they already have. Each camper chooses activities for the week and will participate in a period of daily Bible Study with his/her cabin mates. During free time each camper will have the opportunity to purchase snack items and souvenirs from the Tuck Shop (camp store). Evenings offer a variety of division and all-camp programs, which can often end around the campfire for a time of singing and a lesson from God’s Word. Every cabin group enjoys a mid-week cookout and many choose to sleep out under the stars.

Safety is our primary concern. A healthy, injury free experience is our goal for the week. There is a nursing station, which your camper will visit on opening day during registration. A Registered Nurse is in camp and available for any arising needs 24 hours a day. We are equipped to give first aid care and administer prescribed medications with emergency care less than 30 minutes away. Parent(s)/guardian(s) will be contacted when the Healthcare Provider believes an injury is severe enough to require transport to a hospital or the Healthcare Provider believes an illness is such that the Camper needs to be isolated from other Campers or sent home.

It is our desire that your child will not only develop new skills, but will also learn the important lessons of responsibility, independence, and resourcefulness. Camp is an excellent place to make new friends. Many friendships made at camp last for a lifetime. Every consideration is given to requests for specific cabin mates.

Cedarbrook Camp Southern California is a member of the American Camp Association, Christian Camp and Conference Association and the Association of Cedarbrook Camps.


Most asked questions:

Do you have a camp store?
Yes, we call it the Tuck Shop. We offer camp t-shirts, small stuffed animals, candy, ice cream and a lot more! Any monies left in the camper’s Tuck Shop account at the end of the camp session will be considered a donation to Cedarbrook Camp Southern California.

Do you require a physical examination?
A physical exam by a physician is recommended, but not required. Parents are required to fill out a medical health form during online registration. It is very important to be honest and open about any special needs your child might have.

My child is on medications. How will he/she receive them?
Each camp has a camp nurse who dispenses any required medications. Parents will have an opportunity to review any medications and procedures with the camp nurse on the first day of camp.

What is the camp’s philosophy and program emphasis?
Cedarbrook camp exists to help bring everyone into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Our program utilizes the natural beauty of the mountains to show off God’s handiwork. It is easier for campers to understand God’s magnificence when they are out in nature every day. We encourage campers to learn new skills and become more proficient in ones they already have. We also encourage the development of leadership skills among the campers and staff. Our CILT (Camper in Leadership Training) program is used as a natural progression from camper to leader.

What training do counselors receive?
We follow the American Camping Association guidelines of training for our staff. Every counselor and staff person is required to attend the Pre-Camp training. This training is usually scheduled about six weeks before camp starts.

What is the counselor-to-camper ratio?
We follow the American Camp Association guidelines and keep our cabin groups small. ACA standards require different ratios for varying ages and special needs. Generally, the ratios at resident camps range from: One staff member for every five campers ages 4 and 5; one staff member for every six campers ages 6 to 8; one staff member for every eight campers ages 9 to 14; and one staff member for every 10 campers ages 15 to 17. At day camps the ratios range from: one staff member for every six campers ages 4 and 5; eight campers ages 6 to 8; one staff member for every 10 campers ages 9 to 14; and one staff member for every 12 campers ages 15 to 17.

What are the ages of the counselors?
We require our counselors to be at least 18 years old. The only exception to this rule are the campers that have gone through the CILT program, which is a two-year training program.

How are behavioral and disciplinary problems handled?
There is a planned procedure we follow when a camper is a disciplinary problem. We sit down with the camper (or campers) to hear their side of the event. We talk about what happened, what went wrong, and then look at ways to make better decisions. Then we let them choose what they are going to do to correct their behavior. If this doesn’t resolve the problem, we meet with the Director to help with other ideas. Rarely do we need to call home; however, we will if the behavior problem continues.

• Campers are required during registration, to sign a policy agreeing to refrain from the use of tobacco, alcohol, illegal drugs, profanity and abusive language or actions while at camp.
• The camper further agrees to respect the authority of the camp staff and the rights of others.
• Permission to be photographed with photos being used for camp promotions is provided during registration.
• A parent’s signature is required stating that they give permission for the camper to participate in camp activities and to receive emergency treatment if necessary.

For additional information, contact us:
Phone: (909) 866-9366

Cedarbrook Camp Southern California (mailing address)
P.O. Box 400610
Hesperia, CA 92340

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