Camp Info

Camp 2021
June 20-26, 2021

Theme - Fearless

Oregon Camp Cedarbrook has many fun and exciting activities for campers ages 8-18. Canoeing, archery, drama, nature craft, outdoor cooking, and fishing are just some of the daily activities offered.

Enjoy free-time every day by swimming or canoeing. You could grab a treat at the camp store, or play basketball with friends! You can also play mini-golf, take a trip down the water slide, hang out with friends or make crafts. The possibilities are endless!

Campouts for Grades 3-6

Campers grades 3-6 get to have a camp out where they cook meals over the campfire, sleep out under the stars, and have fun with counselors and friends. They also get to participate in our Adventures Activities, which they will sign up for when they come to camp! These activities are designed especially for them!

😢 Do to Covid-19 restrictions, there will be no Campouts this year.

Out Trip for Grades 7 – 12

During the week campers (grades 7-12) get to go offsite for a camp-out as well as a fun activity of their choosing.

  • White Water Rafting – Cost $
    This overnight will be led by Youth Dynamics, a Christian professional organization whose leaders are trained in white water rafting and instruction. For more information about their organization; check out their website www.yd.org. If you have any questions contact Marjie “Tweety” Randall at director@oregoncampcedarbrook.com. You will need to bring sunglasses, sunscreen, swimsuit. hat, water shoes good for rafting/getting wet.

  • Geocaching– Cost $
    First night with YD Adventures at fair grounds, then day of Geocaching. Check out more about them at www.yd.org. If you have any questions contact Marjie “Tweety” Randall at director@oregoncampcedarbrook.com. Campers will need to bring sunscreen, a water bottle, good walking closed toe shoes and ready for a day of fun!

😢 Do to Covid-19 restrictions, there will be no Campouts this year.

Parents

How to Prepare Your Child for Camp

Download our CLUE after May 1st to find out all the necessary details about camp, such as what to bring, forms you need to have filled out, our special dress up dinner, and so much more!

Need directions? Or want to know what the campground looks like? Visit our forms page and scroll to the bottom.

Oregon Camp Cedarbrook Scholarships
Oregon Camp Cedarbrook offers scholarships to campers with financial need.
Scholarship Information:

– Please return by May 15th to:

Oregon Camp Cedarbrook
Scholarship Committee
7425 SW Varns Street
Tigard, Oregon 97223

Or Email to by May 15th to: scholarshipcommittee@oregoncampcedarbrook.com

Our Scholarship Process:

–  Camper (or parent, for younger campers) must complete the Scholarship Application located on the forms page.

– One Reference Form must be completed by a person who knows you well, other than a family member.( i.e. your pastor, church youth group, club leader, Sunday School teacher, or youth pastor)

– Scholarship Guidelines

  • All forms must be received by the Scholarship Committee by the deadline

  • Incomplete forms will not be considered (this includes the Reference Form)

  • The amount of the scholarship is dependent upon the resources available and the number of applicants.

  • Application deadline is May 15th

  • Applicants must have paid the $65 non-refundable registration fee in order to be considered

  • Scholarships are not transferable
    Scholarships can be awarded for up to 50% of the remaining cost of camp, excluding the non-refundable Registration fee per applicant

  • Award letters will be sent out to every applicant by the end of May