Frequently asked questions

Q. Who Is The Camp For?

Everything we do at Clearview Christian Camp is intended to be focused on Christ.  We welcome all those who would like to attend our camp and are willing to follow the guidelines the camp board has set in place.  Come with your friends and enjoy a great week or weekend of Christ centered fun.

Q. Can I Get A Refund If My Child Can’t Come To Camp?

If a camper is unable to attend because of sickness or other satisfactory reasons, the following refund policy will apply.  If notice is given before the week begins, there will be a full refund.  During the week, a balance will be calculated based on the time the camper spent at camp.  If the camper is dismissed from camp, no refund will be given.  All refunds must be requested in writing to the treasurer within 30 days of withdrawal.

Q. What Activities Are Available At The Camp?

Each week of camp will consist of daily Bible classes and worship times, as well as campfire devotionals in the evenings.  These classes will help the campers to keep their focus while doing other activities such as swimming, canoeing, archery, volleyball, baseball, soccer, football, capture the flag and many other games. Each week includes waterslides.  If the waterslides are unavailable, then we will also have the option to offer mini-golf. These activities can be a lot of fun but they require campers participation.  That is why it is expected of every camper to participate in all of the activities.

Q. When Should I Drop Off or Pick Up My Child?

Weekly campers should plan to arrive at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday and plan to leave between 3:00 & 4:00 p.m. on Friday.  However, different weeks could have a different schedule do please check with the week's director to see when pick-up should be.  Weekend campers should plan to arrive at 7:00 p.m. on Friday and leave at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday. Note : In the event that you are unable to pick up your camper by the designated time, please make arrangements with the director at the beginning of the week or weekend.

Q. What Should I Bring/Not Bring With Me To Camp?

Campers will be spending the week or weekend with an assigned counselor in a 12 person cabin.Please make sure to bring...
  1. A warm sleeping bag and pillow.
  2. A Bible, note book, and a pen or pencil.
  3. Towels, hygiene supplies, etc.
  4. Money (if desired) for the camp canteen.
  5. Warm clothes for night time and some clothes that the camper can get dirty
  6. Extra socks etc., for wet weather
  7. Rubber Boots
  8. Rain Coat or poncho at minimum
  9. A swim suit (one piece or tankini)
Please do not bring...
  1. Any food (including sunflower seeds.)
  2. Inappropriate or revealing clothing.
  3. Weapons of any kind.
  4. Electronics. If you choose to bring them, Clearview Christian Camp will not be held liable for loss, damage, or theft.

Q. What Is Your Duty Of Care Policy?

We realize that sending children to a camp involves a high level of trust in the camp and it's staff.  The Board Of Directors want to do everything possible to ensure that all campers have a safe, healthy and spiritual experience at Clearview.  Therefore, the board has established a Duty of Care Policy.  It includes 1.) The careful screening and interviewing of hired staff, and 2.) requiring criminal record checks for all hired staff. To find out more about the camp's Duty Of Care Policy, contact Ryan Fowler by phone at 306-842-4299 or by emailing him at