Cedar Hills BYC

contains 160 acres, 9 dormitories, a tabernacle , cafeteria, retreat house, an RV Park, recreation fields, basketball courts, small group pavilions, and a lake surrounded by several miles of hiking trails.

The Cedar Hills Tabernacle seats approximately 450 and is equipped with central heat and air. Add your own sound and visual effects to create a life-changing worship experience.

With five dormitories on the North and four on the South, Cedar Hills provides sleeping facilities for approximately 450 campers.
Each dorm is climate controlled and divided into two rooms (each side contains 24 bunks, restrooms and showers). Three of the dorms contain a bonus room with  4 additional bunks.

Basketball Court
Campers have many recreation options at Cedar Hills: playground, mini-golf, sand volleyball court, giant slip-n-slide, 2 basketball courts, 2 softball fields, and 2 swimming pools. Some groups choose to bring or rent their own inflatables, paintball guns, obstacle courses, etc.

The lake at Cedar Hills covers approximately 10 acres and is surrounded by miles of hiking trails. The lake is available to campers for fishing, tent camping, and bonfires in designated areas.
Swimming is prohibited!


Come away by yourselves to a secluded place and rest a while…” (Mark 6:31).
The Cedar Hills retreat house serves multiple purposes throughout the year:
1.) Housing for the camp pastor/speaker for each week of summer camp.
2.) Small group retreats during the fall, winter, and spring.
3.) A tranquil place for ministerial staff and their families to rest, study, and pray.

The RV Park contains 3 full service sites, including 30 and 50 amp outlets. The RV Park is located between the retreat house and the front gate. During summer camp, these sites will be available only to campers associated with the church or association that has reserved the camp. During the off-season, the sites are available for group or family retreats, family reunions, etc. Sites must be reserved ahead of time.

CONCESSION/GIFT SHOP:Gift ShopDuring spring break and all summer long, campers enjoy concession items and souvenirs from the gift shop. Cold drinks, sno cones, snacks, nachos, hot dogs, cheese pretzels, and ice creams are on the menu. T-shirts, mugs, water bottles, frisbees, and notebooks are all on the shelf. In addition to souvenirs, campers will find a variety of hygiene and various other products.