Cedar Lake Ministries’ Winter Camp

The experience of getting away from it all for a weekend gives the opportunity for students to evaluate their relationship with Christ. It allows them to see the importance of “simply” seeking Jesus before conquering the fears and worries of the world. At Cedar Lake Ministries we want to be a part of the powerful work that Jesus does and in doing so we present to you our Winter Camps overnight this February 11-13, February 18-20 and Elementary Day camp February 26th. 

High School/Middle School Winter Camp | February 11-13, 2022 

Middle School Winter Camp | February 18-20,2022

Worship Leader:TBD

Elementary Winter Day Camp | February 26, 2022|

8:30 am to 5:00 pm





Weekend Student Rate
$135.00/student, includes all activities and sessions, comfortable lodging, great food, and a t-shirt.
Day Camp Student Rate
$40.00/student, includes all activities and sessions, great food, and a t-shirt.
Leader Rate
$60/Leader. Leaders must have either graduated from high school or be over 20 years old. Groups must have a minimum leader-to-student ratio of 1 to 10. A ratio of 1 to 7 is recommended. Leader rate includes all activities and sessions, comfortable lodging, great food, and a t-shirt.




  • Tubing
  • Climbing Wall
  • Human Foosball
  • Rocket Wars
  • Laser Combat
  • Black Hole Slide
  • Dodgeball
  • Rec Room
  • 9-Square-In-The-Air
  • Tomahawk Throwing
  • 9-Square-In-The-Air
  • Tomahawk Throwing
  • Gorilla Ball
  • Kandy Kabin

Refund Policy: Winter Camp (Overnight & Day) All registrations must be paid in full 14 days prior to the event. 

A $50.00 Non-Refundable deposit is due per registration. Any cancellations will forfeit the deposit.

Cancelling a registration(s) within 45 days of an event, you are obligated to 60% of your event fee.

Cancelling a registration(s) within 14 days of an event, you are obligated to the full event fee.

In the event that Cedar Lake Ministries is not permitted to host an event due to legal reasons or restrictions imposed through Executive Order, Local Health Department Order, or any similar legal restriction or circumstance of similar effect, Cedar Lake Ministries will retain the deposit. The deposit may be transferred toward ANY future Cedar Lake Ministries Program event or guest. Additional fees paid may be requested as a refund. In all other circumstances, Cedar Lake Ministries’ cancellation policy outlined above will apply. 


Group Registration

To make reservations for your groups, submit the group reservation form and a non-refundable deposit of $35 per attendee.
Submit Forms and Final Payment
Registration forms and final payments are due two weeks in advance of the weekend your group is attending.
  • High School/Middle School Winter Camp – Forms and final payment due on or before January 29, 2022
  • Middle School Winter Camp – Forms and final payment due on or before February 4, 2022
  • Elementary Winter Day Camp – Forms and final payment due on or before February 12, 2022
It is our desire that no one misses an opportunity to meet with God at camp due to financial restraints. Full or partial scholarships are available through our scholarship program. Parents or youth leaders may complete a scholarship application on behalf of a student in need for consideration.

 Weekend Schedule (subject to change)

6:30-8:00 PM Check-in (Central Time)
8:00 PM Leaders Meeting
9:00 PM Session
10:00 PM Small Groups
8:00 AM Breakfast
9:00 AM TAG (Time Alone with God)
9:30 AM Session
11:00 AM Small Groups
12:00 PM Lunch
1:00-5:00 PM Free Time Activities
Saturday (continued)
5:30 PM Dinner
6:30 PM Session
8:30 PM Small Groups
9:00 PM Activities
8:00 AM Breakfast
9:00 AM TAG (Time Alone with God)
9:30 AM Session
11:00 AM Small Groups
12:00 PM Lunch
1:00 PM Departure

 Day Camp Schedule (subject to change)

8:30 AM Registration begins
9:00 PM Worship/Speaking session
10:00-12:00 PM Snow games/Adventure activities
12:00 PM Lunch
Saturday (continued)
1:00-4:00 PM Snow games/Adventure activities/Kandy Kabin
4:00 PM Worship/Speaking session
5:00-5:30 PM Dismissal


Weekend Groups should plan to arrive and check in at the office between 6:30-8 p.m. CT on Friday evening.  Day Campers should plan to arrive and check in between 8:30-9 a.m. on Saturday morning.


Weekend programs end after lunch on Sunday. Groups usually depart between 1-1:30 p.m. CT after eating and packing up.  Day camp departure is between 5-5:30 p.m.

What to Bring

  • Bible
  • Modest, warm clothes (long pants, long-sleeved shirts, sweatshirts, pajamas)
  • Winter gear (gloves/mittens, winter coat, hat, boots)
  • Extra shoes and socks
  • Flashlight
  • Toiletries (toothbrush and paste, deodorant, shampoo, soaps, etc. [Weekend Camps Only])
  • Money for the Kandy Kabin*
  • Water bottle with owner’s name
  • Regular or emergency use prescription medications (e.g. inhalers, EpiPen®, solid or liquid meds [all medications, including over-the-counter, should be in possession of a leader throughout the weekend]).

What NOT to Bring

  • iPods/iPads, laptops, cell phones**, video games, or similar electronics
  • Clothing with questionable slogans or products
  • Non-prescription drugs, tobacco, alcohol, fireworks, weapons (knives, guns, tasers, lighters, or any other items that may cause harm)
**Part of what makes camp unique is the ability to limit distractions. Therefore, we ask that campers leave their cell phones, music-playing devices, and other electronics at home. We understand that many people use their devices as their Bible, but for this event, please encourage your camper to bring his or her paper version of the Bible. This is not a punishment but an opportunity to limit distractions and open up opportunities for quality conversations and time with God. Plus, expensive devices can get broken or lost at camp.
*The Kandy Kabin is open at designated times for campers to purchase candy, pop, or a souvenir. Prices for items range from approximately $0.50 for candy to $35 for merchandise. For Winter Camp, students keep their money in their possession. We encourage students to bring $10-$50 for the camp store and to leave other valuables at home.
Cedar Lake Ministries is not responsible for any lost, damaged, or stolen items. Please be aware that this is not a comprehensive list of what your camper shouldn’t bring to camp but some of the obvious things to avoid bringing to camp. Also, remember that Cedar Lake Ministries reserves the right to confiscate any inappropriate items on this list, to be returned to a responsible adult to distribute to the camper upon arrival home.

Health and Safety

Medical Conditions
We are used to working with campers who may have food allergies or other medical conditions (food intolerances, asthma, behavioral issues, diabetes, etc.). To best care for your child, please inform us on the registration form of any allergies or medical conditions so we can effectively prepare to provide great care for your child. If after reviewing your registration form we have further questions, our Program Coordinator, Food Service Director, or Health Officer may contact you prior to camp to ensure proper care will be provided.
Health Care
 In case of injury or emergency, the Health Officer will be available for basic care and to administer over-the-counter medications. However, the Health Officer will not administer prescription medications to campers. Youth leaders and parents should discuss each student’s health needs and plan how to oversee proper administration of prescription medications while at camp.
All medications, including over-the-counter, should be kept by a leader.