For Parents


From age seven to seventeen, your daughter will have eleven summers. If you’re not deliberate about it, those summers can fly by in a flurry of sleeping in, Netflix, family vacations, and summer reading. Consider investing in your daughter’s character and spiritual growth by sending her to Camp Cedarbrook. The intentional, concentrated time of discipleship at Cedarbrook combined with being away from home creates an environment where girls can truly thrive.

Let Us Help You Prepare for the Summer

Sending your daughter off for the summer can feel a little overwhelming. We want to make it as easy for you as we can. Here you can find answers to any questions you may have, including information on safety, health policies, packing, nutrition, pick up/drop off times and more.

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Keep in Touch

We encourage families and campers to communicate frequently through letter-writing and our email system.

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Arrival and Departure

Pick-Up Hours:
Saturdays 9:30am-11:30pm

Drop-Off Hours:
Sundays: 12:00pm-2:00pm

Check in at the Activity Building! A barbecue lunch is available

We have a very special Family Farewell and Saturday Send-Off for parents on arrival and departure days. Don't miss this very unique experience for both you and your daughter!

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Directions and Travel

Find out driving directions, plane and train travel info, camp bus locations, and places to stay.

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Nutrition and Food Allergies

We provide a variety of healthy food options to keep girls active and excited throughout the entire day.

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The Parent Handbook

This handbook includes all the information a parent needs to know to prepare, enjoy and reflect on your daughter's week at camp.

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Health and Safety

Camp Cedarbrook’s primary concern is the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of each camper.

Note to Parents

We do not regularly allow parents to stay overnight at Camp Cedarbrook. If you're nervous about sending your daughter away to an overnight camp for the first time, many parents will volunteer for the week that their daughter is at camp or they will do a parent/daughter session to get a feel for Cedarbrook before their daughter attends alone. If you have more questions about parent's visiting Cedarbrook, please contact our office.

"My daughter loves Camp Cedarbrook. The counselors care and they go above and beyond exhibiting the love of Christ in how they make our daughters feel welcomed and loved by God. She kept all the encouraging notes and letters she received. She has made lifelong friendships and she loves to share with others about her Camp Cedarbrook summer experiences!"

Camper Mom

A Special Note on Photos at Camp

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