Typical Day in Camp

In the morning, campers experience:

  • Morning Watch – A special time set aside each day for a quiet time alone with God.
  • Breakfast – a nutritious menu, which meets various dietary needs.
  • Flag Raising – A vital part of camp is learning to show respect and allegiance to our flag and country. We raise the flag, repeat the pledge of allegiance and sing a favorite patriotic song before venturing off to our different activities
  • Skill Building Activities – Each camper chooses an age appropriate activity that will help them increase in their skills as the week progresses.
    • Hiking – Our new site offers a great challenge hike for all ages! Learn about nature and the trail. How about a hike to the Creek or the Heliport?
    • Swimming – Take swimming lessons, learn safety, and become a better swimmer.
    • Archery – Learn how to handle and shoot a bow and arrow. By the end of the week, you may hit the bull’s eye and earn an achievement pin!
    • Mountain Bikes – Ride some amazing trails with our instructors.
    • Nature – Find the tree that smells like vanilla. What do nettles look like? Learn about our amazing Creator and His creation.
    • Crafts – Get inspired and have fun while learning important skills.
    And plenty more!
  • Bible Exploration – A time of exploring the Word of God with your cabin group. Campers experience memorizing Scripture, reading the Bible, putting together a skit about the lesson, or playing a game–all of which help bring the Bible lesson to life and give the camper an understanding of how much God loves them!

Afternoon includes:

  • Lunch – a nutritious menu, which meets various dietary needs.
  • Kickback/Relax Time – a chance for campers to rest their minds and bodies for an exciting afternoon
  • Cabin Time – A special time of activities with just your cabin group and counselor. A great time to develop closer friendships.
  • Capers – Even at camp there are chores to do! Cabin clean up is used to keep our camp site clean and orderly. A fun and safe environment to play in is vital to campers learning to appreciate their environment.
  • Free Time – Explore camp, relax with friends, or just hang out.
    • Go swimming.
    • Tuck Shop has supplies if you forgot something. Buy a Cedarbrook water bottle, hat, flashlight, T-shirt, or a special stuffed animal to sleep with at night. Buy a candy bar, a camp T-shirt or something to take home!
    • Write home and tell your parents about your wonderful week at camp!
    • Shower time
    • Various staff-led activities offered each day
  • Dinner – a nutritious menu, which meets various dietary needs.

After dinner activities include:

  • Unified Evening Program (UEP)  – A special time where divisions have fun and develop relationships. Listen to a special message, admire the night sky, wrap up in your pajamas, and wind down from a busy day.
  • All-Camp – The first and last evening is a special activity and campfire with the whole camp and a message from the Director.

Songfests are interspersed at various times throughout the day – Sing worship songs to honor the God who created you and the great outdoors. Sing fun and crazy songs that remind us how fun life can be and make us laugh!

 

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