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These are some of the people who made the traditions we love and enjoy today.

Dick Ryman and Phil Mendenhall
Richard Ryman and Phil Mendenhall
Sheri and Donny Moberley
Sheri and Donny Moberley
Recently, Camp Carew lost a true leader and supporter. Dennis Bartlow loved the children of this Presbytery. We will miss his words of wisdom and kind smile.

The Camp Carew logo.
Camp Carew welcomes campers from all religious traditions.

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

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

The long-gone sign directing campers to the beach.
The long-gone sign directing campers to the beach.
The long-gone T-shaped dock.
The long-gone T-shaped dock
Turtles sunning themselves at Camp Carew. Photo courtesy of Cameron Jarrell.
Turtles sunning themselves at Camp Carew. Photo courtesy of Cameron Jarrell.
The old Camp Carew bridge.
The old Camp Carew bridge.
The camp bell. Photo courtesy of Cameron Jarrell.
The camp bell. Photo courtesy of Cameron Jarrell.
A vulture nest with two eggs in the old water tower. Photo courtesy of Cameron Jarrell.
A vulture nest with two eggs in the old water tower. Photo courtesy of Cameron Jarrell.
The Rev. David McNabb Worship Center (also known as the outdoor sanctuary).
The Rev. David McNabb Worship Center (also known as the outdoor sanctuary).