Corona Virus Updates

We realize there are many questions surrounding how Cedarbrook will keep campers safe as Ohio is relaxing guidelines for vaccinated individuals.  

The purpose of this page is to explain what some of our camper protocols will be at camp this summer to prevent the spread of COVID. Please realize these protocols could change based on state health department guidelines, CDC, and the trajectory of the virus. We will continue to update this page as we know more. 

10 Days Before Camp 

  • ALL campers and staff must complete the pre-screening form for ten days prior to camp.  This will assist you in making sure that your child is healthy and able to enjoy their camp week fully.  Track your child’s health symptoms using this form.
  • If a camper has symptoms, exposure, or a positive COVID test in the 10 days before camp, they will be asked to move to a different session (if applicable) or a refund will be issued.

Arrival/Pick Up

  • Sunday arrival will be a drive through event.  One parent may walk camper to the cabin, but may not enter the cabin.  The registrar will send out the time you should arrive to camp to drop off your child.
  • Saturday pick up will also be a drive through event.  The registrar will send out the time you should plan to arrive at camp to pick up your child in main camp (not at the cabins).

At camp

  • Masking will be a choice.  
  • Campers will be required to practice good personal hygiene.
  • Cleaning and sanitizing will be increased throughout camp.
  • Campers will participate in their activities and free time based on their divisions (pilgrims/settlers and colonists/explorers). 
  • Weather permitting, the majority of our activities will take place outdoors.

During/After camp

  • We will notify all parents if any campers or staff in their child’s session test positive for COVID.

Will you require all campers to be vaccinated?

  • No, we will not require campers to be vaccinated.

Why should I send my child to camp in 2021?

  • We know a lot more about COVID than we did leading up to last summer and there are ample resources and examples from camps that ran successfully in 2020. Cedarbrook may look a little different, but our mission to provide an outdoor living experience where campers discover the joy of living the Christian life 24/7 will continue to be our focus. 

Will I get a refund if  I change my mind about sending my child to camp?

  • If you decide to cancel your registration in light of these guidelines, we will issue a full refund. We ask that you cancel at least 2 weeks before the session start date.