Cedar Mountain Retreat and Bible Camp
At 8,700 feet on the beautiful Kolob plateau several local Bible Churches provide a Christian Bible Camp Ministry each year to help introduce campers to Jesus, and challenge them to become dedicated believers in Christ. To accomplish this, CMR provides Facilities and Quality programs of Biblical instruction, Recreation, Chapel, Worship and Fellowship. Come and experience the Lord’s work for yourself. Many kids have great memories of camp that form into lasting Christ centered relationships. The staff for each camp consists of pastors, youth counselors and dedicated members from surrounding Bible Churches. The caring staff presents sound Biblical teaching in varied settings to help each camper understand the Word of God and how to grow and live by it. CMR maintains a high standard of discipline for both staff and campers, to ensure every camper has a safe and enjoyable stay.
CMR was founded in 1988 through a united step of faith by Fellowship Bible Church in Lindon, Valley bible Church in Cedar City, Southland Bible Church in St. George, and Richfield Bible Church. CMR is located at 8,700 feet elevation on the beautiful Kolob plateau, It is situated on 20 aspen covered acres, twenty-two miles southeast of Cedar city. Camp facilities include 8 cabins, dining hall, shower house and restroom facility plus our ‘Snack Shack’. Sports and recreational opportunities available include our double volleyball court, 9-hole Frisbee golf course, basketball, zip line, archery range, shooting range (BB guns), plus hiking and special activities. A dedication to the practical teaching of the Word of God remains the hallmark of the CMR ministry. Whether on hikes in chapel, or around the campfire, we want every camper to deepen their walk with the Lord, and better understand His love for them.
Go East out of Cedar City on S.R. 14 for 5 miles. Turn right on the Kolob Reservoir Road (A Utah Scenic Back way). You will follow the road (always bearing to the right) for approximately 12 miles. Turn left on the road to the Miners Peak Girls Camp. In one half mile, that road bears to the right, and after that you will go four miles where you will see the camp sign, and a road on your left. Turn left and follow the road a quarter mile to the camp.
What to Bring
Sleeping bag, extra blanket, warm clothes for evenings, modest shorts are ok during the day, extra pair of shoes, Bible, notebook and pen, good flashlight, spending money for ‘Snack Shack’, crafts and extra water.
What Not to Bring
Radios, iPods, iPads, Computers, Cell phones, CD or cassette players, fireworks, matches or lighters, knives and firearms.