Our Purpose

Camp Cedarbrook Texas is a Christ-centered, Bible-based, outdoor program that provides a camping experience for girls and boys (separate camps) having finished 1st grade through high school.

Our Mission

Camp Cedarbrook Texas is a camping ministry dedicated to developing God-centered relationships to equip individuals for Christ-like service and Christian leadership.

Our Location

Our camp is nestled in the woods near Rosebud, Texas. To find us easily, please click for directions.

Our History

We have served in this ministry since 1960 .




AM Activities

PM Activities

• Morning Watch • Free Time
• Breakfast • 2nd Activity
• Cabin Bible Study • Cabin Time
• 1st Activity • Dinner
• Lunch • Divisional Evening Program
• Rest Hour • Cabin Devotions


Available Activities

Our focus with activities through out the week and from year to year is on skill-building.  The activities below are not available for all ages, and are age/skill appropriate.

• Kayaking • Woodworking
• Canoeing • Leathercraft
• Sailing • Variety of crafts
• Fishing • Knife Safety
• Riflery • Drama
• Archery • High/Low Ropes Course
 • Nature  • Outdoor Living Skills

We also have a few options in Horsemanship and Trailriding.



We enjoy 300 acres of beautiful central Texas with wooded, rolling hills. The 15 acre lake offers opportunities for swimming and many boating activities. Campers are housed in AC cabins. We have a covered basketball court, firing ranges, high ropes course, AC meeting rooms. Our dining hall over looks the lake and is a wonderful place for singing.

Our Location

Our camp is nestled in the woods near Rosebud, Texas. To find us easily, please click for directions.

Health and Safety

  • Staff members are trained in safety awareness, child abuse prevention, emergency procedures.   We have staff that are First Aid and CPR certified. Safety is stressed with campers in each activity area, as well.
  • At least one staff member with medical training and a physician is always on call.
  • The daily schedule is planned to allow adequate rest for both campers and staff.
  • Hot nutritious meals are prepared and served in our Dining Hall. Fresh fruit and salads are available at every meal.
  • Camper to counselor ratio is 7 to 1; additional support staff bring the camper to staff ratio to 4 to 1.
  • The Texas State Health Department requires that the camper’s and staff’s medical form issued upon acceptance be properly filled out, including immunization records, and signed by a doctor or parent or guardian. Campers without this completed form will not be accepted into camp. Downloading of this form is available.


Meet the Staff

One of the unique aspects of our program is high-quality, dedicated, mature adult volunteer staff.
They are all enthusiastic, loving people who give their time and talents to serve God through their work as Board of Directors, Operation Committees, and in camp staff.

Many of our staff return year after year and are parents of campers, pastors, teachers, and CILT graduates.