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For Campers & Parents

Recovering from shaving-cream whiffle ball.
Recovering from shaving-cream whiffle ball.

Hello, Campers and Parents!

We are so delighted that you'll be spending part of your summer with us at Camp Carew. It's going to be a great summer and we're really excited that you're going to be a part of it. Camp Carew is a very special place, and we can't wait for another amazing summer.

This year, we've planned all of your favorite activities: horseback riding, canoeing/kayaking, swimming, games, crafts, Bible study (this summer’s theme is "Join the Party!") ... and more! We're also working on new things all the time as we build on past summers. We want this year to be the best year ever at Camp Carew!

Because there are so many exciting things to do at Camp Carew, there are a few things that we ask campers to leave at home. Please do not bring computers, electronic organizers, radios, TVs, CD players, iPods, mobile phones, electronic games, fireworks, knives, weapons, water guns, candy, food or drinks with you to camp. If any of these things accidentally make it to camp, you can send them home with your parents at registration, or we can keep them securely in the camp office until it's time to head home. For a printable list of what to bring and not bring, click here.

Director Dan Kingery
Director Dan Kingery
Please note: the health profile section of the online registration process contains a download of a document that needs to filled out by your physician. You may then scan and upload this form to the website or bring it with you to camp. You may also make your payment securely through the CampDoc website.

Here are the answers to the most frequently asked questions about registering online. If you have further questions, You may call the CampDoc office at 734-636-1000.

Here are several other pages that campers and their parents might find useful.

Camp Carew welcomes campers from all religious traditions.

The Camp Carew logo.
For a printable version of the Camp Carew brochure, click here.

Camp Carew is a drug- and alcohol-free environment.

Campers in the outdoor sanctuary at Camp Carew.
Campers in the outdoor sanctuary at Camp Carew.
Being silly with friends at Camp Carew.
Shaving-cream whiffle ball at Camp Carew.
Shaving-cream whiffle ball at Camp Carew.
Horseback riding at Camp Carew.
Blowing bubbles at Camp Carew.
Blowing bubbles at Camp Carew.