For Campers and Parents
We're 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, field trips, Bible study, and more!
Our theme for Camp Carew 2021 is Peace Talks.
- Aloha: Genesis 18:1-8
(Sarah and Abraham)
- Shalom: Genesis 1:1- 2:3
- Be Still: Mark 4:35-41
(Jesus Calms the Storm)
- Agape: Luke 6:27-36
(Jesus Teaches about Enemies)
- Ubuntu: Acts 2:41-47
(The New Christian Church)
- Heiwa: Luke 4:16-21
(Jesus Goes Home to Nazareth)
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!
Please note: The registration for each camper includes a section for your physician to complete and sign. This section must be scanned and posted into each camper's registration.
Your camp registration payment must be made through the CampDoc website before the camper arrives at camp. Please email Camp Director, Dan Kingery for scholarship information.
Camp Carew Cabins
Knox and Witherspoon are traditional year-round cabins. These are both dormitory style. Knox sleeps 10, and Witherspoon sleeps 15. Both of these cabins have heating and air-conditioning.
Camp Carew Hogans
Camp Carew has several hogans that sleep four each. The newer hogans have screened windows and doors. The older, more rustic, hogans offer protection from the elements with a shingled roof and canvas sides.
Camp Carew welcomes campers from all religious traditions.
Camp Carew is a drug- and alcohol-free environment.
Camp Carew complies with the American Camp Association and the CDC guidelines as they pertain to Camp Carew.