General Info & Faqs
To register for summer camp you’ll need to set up an account in CampBrain, our secure online database, by clicking the ‘Register Now’ button to the right under Quick Links. This account is for your whole family and can be used year after year. All forms, permissions, and waivers for any camp or retreat will be completed within your account. A confirmation receipt followed by detailed communication will be emailed to the primary account holder.
Fees are due paid in full 10 days before any camp session begins. If registration occurs within 10 days prior to the start. If the session, all fees are due with registration.
Summer registration is now open! Click here to register
The camp store will be open during check-in and check-out. Campers and their families can purchase Clearwater Forest merchandise at these times.
Opening Day Schedule
Check-in begins at 3:00: Campers and parents will be greeted by our staff on the Clearwater Forest driveway as they enter and given information about cabin assignments, unloading, parking and other information. The Opening Assembly begins at 4:00 p.m. Parents are welcome! Please note that our staff is not ready to receive campers prior to 3:00 p.m.
Closing Day Schedule
Please join us for our Closing Program on Friday! Parents are encouraged to attend. We suggest that vehicles are loaded after this program to allow the campers to participate.
If your child needs to leave at a time other than Friday, please contact the office so proper arrangements can be made.
Behavioral Issues & Concerns
While a wide range of behavior is to be anticipated, not all behavior is acceptable. Clearwater Forest does not allow campers, who purposefully or consistently, negatively affect others’ experiences, stay at camp. Here is a list of behaviors that are not acceptable and may result in disciplinary consequences, parent contact and even expulsion from camp:
- Violent behavior of any kind causing harm to other campers, staff, the natural environment, or camp property
- Use of threats or intimidation
- Consistent use of profanity
- Sexual harassment
- Use/possession of tobacco products, alcohol, illegal drugs, firearms, knives or other weapons, fireworks, or pornography
- Consistent disrespect of camp staff and rules
At Clearwater Forest, bullying is inexcusable, and we have a firm policy against all types of bullying. Our camp philosophy is based on our mission statement which ensures that every camper has the opportunity to engage in a positive faith-building community, build meaningful relationships and acquire valuable life skills. We work together as a team to ensure that campers gain self-confidence, make new friends, and go home with great memories.