Please see below for parent and camper comments about Camp Cedarbrook Texas, and at the bottom of the page, please share your story so we can share with all.
Randina Sullivan – Parent
All my daughter has talked about since she left camp last summer is going back. She has developed a pen pal relationship with some of her cabin mates. We are very excited about her coming back.
Stacy Rogers – Parent
I was very impressed with the staff at Cedarbrook as I dropped my child off for his very first camping experience. EVERYONE was so kind and loving, willing to help, and go an extra mile for a new camper and his single mom. Although the butterflies in my stomach felt as if they were made of lead, I left my last greatest gift in their hands as I was repeatedly assured with warmth, sincerity, and open hearts of the staff who were willing and ready to serve and teach those God had gathered together there. May He move in tremendous ways and each camper and staff reap His bounty of blessings! You are all in my prayers for a wonderful spirit lead week! God Bless!
I picked my son up today and he had a fabulous time! I did not hear one complaint! This opportunity for him was a true blessing! I am very thankful forall the staff and those that made it possible for him to attend!
Lilia VanderWal – Parent
I just wanted to share our experience with Camp Cedarbrook. We registered and dropped of our 15 yr old daughter to attend despite her misgivings that she would not like it. When we picked her up she told us how awesome everything was. She absolutely loved the counselors and the other campers. She is already begging to go back next year! She explained how amazing it was and said it was the best week of her life. Most importantly she explained how much closer to God she became and we are just sooo grateful for that. Thank you Camp Cedarbrook for a wonderful week.
John and Patty Schofield (Contact: 940-479-2940)
About 20 years ago we sent our daughter Joy to Piney Woods Camp, which was, at the time, in East Texas. The camp was highly recommended by our pastor’s wife, Linda Heidler. Joy had a fantastic time doing crafts, water activities, and she also received soul-reaching teaching on living for Christ.
Joy continued to attend each year all through her high school years, as did Jacob and Jenny. Our family grew to love the volunteer counselors, each one with a bird name. We appreciated that there was a week just for boys, and a week just for girls. Our kids had such a blast rope climbing, kayaking, riding horses, and learning archery and riflery.
Lone Star Camp is now located south of Waco, and the name has changed to Camp Cedarbrook Texas. Our three girls still at home will attend this year again. We know that when we pick them up, the counselors will tell us how they did. They will relate to us not only physical and social events, but especially the spiritual hurdles that our girls faced.
We recommend this camp! Call us with your questions!
Brian Hughes – Caw
Hi I am Brian Hughes, aka CAW … I have been on camp staff at Lone Star (TX) Camp Cedarbrook for 10+ years, and on camp staff at Saguaro (AZ) Camp Cedarbrook for 3+ years. With all of my BC (before Cedarbrook) experience with Christian Service Brigade and Child Evangelism Fellowship’s Camp Good News, I’m not sure if I have had 20 years of camp ministry experience, or 1 year of experience 20 times. One thing that I do know … Since I became associated with Camp Cedarbrook I have grown in my own walk as a Christ-follower, in my perspective as a mentor to young men, and in my philosophy for camp ministry as Cedarbrook has taken root in my heart.