We understand that parents have many questions and concerns when sending their child to camp, especially for the first time. We have answered our most common questions below. If there is a question we have not addressed, please feel free to send us a message.
We recommend that you make every effort to allow your camper to be at camp from the opening activity to the closing. Assimilation to the cabin group and camp life, and saying goodbyes are most easily done at the same time as the other campers. We can accommodate requests for alternate arrival or departure time, but we would like to know in advance. This gives our staff time to prepare your child and the campers in their cabin, making this transition as smooth as possible. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oregon Camp Cedarbrook is located at Camp Morrow Conference Center, 37 miles SW of The Dalles, Oregon on the eastern slope of Mt Hood. 79551 N Morrow Rd, Tygh Valley, OR 97063. A map is located on our forms page.
The non-refundable deposit is non-transferrable. Other registration fees are always transferable, prior to the camp, to a previously unregistered guest. To transfer a registration, contact our director at email@example.com
Registrations canceled on or before June 5th will not be assessed a cancellation fee, and you will be refunded all but the non-refundable deposit. Registrations canceled from June 6th thru June 10th will be assessed a $150 cancellation fee, on top of the non-refundable deposit.
Registrations canceled after June 10th are non-refundable.
All cancellation and refund requests must be in writing (email firstname.lastname@example.org, postal service or fax) and received by OCC no later than June 10th of the current camp year.
This is a required activity for all Shikari and Explorer (Jr. High & High School) campers and staff in which they take a trip off the camp grounds. These trips require an additional fee to cover the expense related to these activities.
The 2024 Out Trips are:
- White Water Rafting
All campers are assigned lodging and may request one cabin mate, requests will be taken under consideration of cabin capacity and age. All cabins are grouped by sex at birth and age group. Age groups are as follows
Divisions arePathfinder (those going into 3rd and 4th grades) Trailblazer (those going into 5th and 6th grades) Shikari (those going into 7th and 8th grades) Explorer (those going into 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grades)
These Divisions plan activities & evening campfires which are age appropriate and allow for the developmental characteristic of the campers in that division.
We believe that small group settings are the best for campers. Our cabins groups have a camper/counselor ratio of no more than 8 to 1. Our Camp Staff (including Program and Support Staff) to Camper ratio is often as low as 2 to 1. Activity class sizes are small (8-12) to allow for individual instruction and personal connections with campers.
If you have further questions about OCC and its program please email email@example.com
The cabins, simple enclosed structures with minimal electricity, have 4-5 sets of sturdy bunk beds, with mattress. Campers need to bring their own bedding.
Food is not allowed in the cabins. We have found that food in the cabins invites unwanted guests… from insects to rodents (i.e. ants – skunks) If we keep food out of the cabins we have no problems with these visitors. Please refrain from sending food with your child, or in the mail. Our kitchen staff provides wonderful meals and snacks for our campers, and snacks are available in the dining hall between meals.
Cell phones and other personal electronic devices are not allowed at camp. We believe that youth today need a break from perpetual electronic connection. Oregon Camp Cedarbrook’s program is designed to connect our campers -through all five senses- with the natural world around them and develop meaningful relationship skills, by interacting with campers and staff, while at camp. Electronic devices create a barrier to these important facets of our program. Furthermore, there is no reliable cell service at camp.
A Camp Nurse is on duty at all times providing first aid, medication administration, and lots of TLC. You will be contacted by the Camp Nurse if your child becomes ill or injured to the point where outside medical intervention appears necessary.
Over-the-counter medicines will be administered as needed based on the Camp Physician’s standing orders and the nurse’s assessment of the situation. Please send only vitamins and/or prescription medications in original labeled containers with your camper.
Our staff are trained to recognize the symptoms and are always watching for a homesick camper. We have found that engaging campers in a wide variety of activities quickly alleviates most cases of homesickness. Our program provides many structured and unstructured activities to keep the camper busy. If, however, after the intervention of staff, it becomes apparent that a camper is unable to make the necessary adjustments to camp life we will contact the parent to determine the best course of action.
We have established a phone tree. In the event of an emergency in which you need to be contacted the Camp Director will call the designated callers; they will in turn call you with the necessary information. Please do not call the camp, but instead wait for instruction. We need to keep the phone line open for emergency personnel.
Contact Marjie “Tweety” Randall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our postal address is 51711 Johnson Road, Athena, OR 97813
We can be reached via email at email@example.com
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