Join us on Saturday, July 14, 2018 from 9 AM – 4:30 PM!
The annual Friends and Neighbors Day is our celebration of Clearwater Forest and the communities of supporters that make it great!
On this day, we open the doors to showcase our beautiful, historic buildings, our exciting programming, and God’s amazing woods and waters. Come and experience the energy, excitement, beauty and activities that Clearwater Forest offers! We begin the day with our annual Lake 2 Lake bike ride, raising dollars for our scholarship fund. Throughout the day there will be tours of the grounds and buildings, games and activities on the main lawn and community tables, where you can learn more about our programs and partnerships. If you are feeling adventurous you may try some of the many activities we offer on land and water, including sailing, paddle boarding, our high ropes course, and the bouldering wall. A picnic lunch, a celebration program, and campfire singing will round out the day.
This event is free and open to the public, but an RSVP is strongly encouraged to aid our planning. To register, please RSVP to our Facebook event by clicking here.
If you are not able to RSPV on Facebook, please send an email or call the office with the number of people planning to attend the picnic lunch.
- Office: (218) 678-2325
Camping at Loon Point and Grouse circle is FREE on Saturday night on a first come first serve basis.
Announcing the oldest camp t-shirt contest!!
Rep your Clearwater camp swag for Friends & Neighbors Day… We will be looking for the camper and the alumni staff member with the oldest Clearwater t-shirt to win prizes from the camp store!
Schedule of Events:
7:00 Breakfast for bike riders, group photo, maps, route
7:30 Bike ride begins for 30/50 milers
8:00 Bike ride begins for family ride
9:00 Registration opens
10:00 *Free time for activities, **tours and socializing
12:00 Picnic lunch
1:30 Free time for activities, tours and socializing
3:30 Campfire sing along – led by alumni and current staff
*Activities available: face painting, lawn games, water sports, sailing, pontoon rides, orienteering, high ropes and bouldering wall
**Walking tours of the grounds will be lead at 10:00, 10:30, 11:00, 1:30 and 2:00
***High ropes is available on first-come, first-served basis for adults and youth beyond 7th grade. Younger children (entering grades 4 and up) may participate on the vertical playpen or the bouldering wall.