Plan Your Retreat

8 Simple Steps to Plan Your Next Retreat

1. When is your retreat?

Check our availability to see what dates we have open for you to stay at Camp Cedar Glen. [We do our best to keep our online calendar updated, but if you are set on a certain weekend make sure to call us as well.]

2. How many people are you expecting on your retreat?

10-22: Curly Wells Cabin
21-36: Griffin Lodge
49-64: Assembly Village
45-66: Wyatt Village

Feel free to mix and match! For example, if you have a 90 person group you can use Griffen Lodge and Assembly Village OR Griffen Lodge and Wyatt Village. Lowest rates prevail.

 3. How many nights would you like to stay?

Once you choose your cabins, consider how many nights your group would like to stay. Camp Cedar Glen charges per person per night. Your group arrives after 4pm on your first night (dinner included!) and leaves before 11am on your last day (breakfast included!). All days in between includes 3 meals (breakfast 8am, lunch 12pm, dinner 5:30pm). Please let us right away know if you need any accommodations to our schedule.

4. What FREE programs would you like on your retreat?

Every group that stays two or more nights is offered three hours of free program. This is offered between 1 and 4pm and can be split between our pool, our climbing tower and archery range. You may choose one activity for the first 1.5 hours and another for the second 1.5 hours. If you would like more than three hours or all three programs (if you can’t just pick two!), that can be easily arranged for a fee.

5. Team Building

Think about if your group would like to do any team building activities on your retreat. We offer three different programs. All three options are planned and led by our trained staff.

  • Team building and low ropes. $15 per person. 3 hours.

  • High ropes course. $40 per person. 4 hours.

  • Team building and high ropes. $60 per person. 8 hours.

*Please note that there is a 8 person minimum for high ropes and all participants must be 12 years or older.

6. What other activities would you like to plan?

Camp Cedar Glen also offer nature hikes! You can either explore one of our trails as a group or schedule a specific educational hike. We also have a basketball court, volleyball net, a backstop for kickball/baseball, and a playground for young children. Please let us know if you anticipate using any of these program spaces or if you need any equipment.

7. Let us know what else you need.

Once you have your retreat planned make sure you let us know any equipment you may need. We offer tables, chairs, AV equipment, etc. We are able to set up meeting spaces and AV equipment. Let us know what you are planning so that we can help you set up and ensure a smooth retreat.

8. Contact Us!

We hope this information is helpful in planning your retreat! If you need any more information or are ready to reserve your retreat please contact us.

 

NOTE: All groups staying five or more days, with participants under 18 years old are required to provide Camp Cedar Glen with the following; per San Diego County Organized Camp Code of Regulations Title 17 Sections 39.30700-46 & 47. 30750 “HEALTH SUPERVISION”

Camp Cedar Glen is accredited by the American Camp Association and have meet all outlined requirements for our summer camp programs.  We have all the necessary forms, log books, materials, etc, we would love to share them with you, or you can use/create your own.  All paperwork has to be reviewed by Cedar Glen staff and onsite for the duration of your stay here at Camp Cedar Glen. The camps office will be in contact with you, if the following applies.

  • 39.30700(f) “Health Supervisor” means a person who is either a physician, registered nurse, licensed vocational nurse who is licensed pursuant to Division 2 of the Business and professions Code or a person who is trained in accordance with section 1596.866 of the Health and Safety Code.
  • 40. & 41.30750 (a) Every camper and each staff member entering camp shall furnish a health history of his or her health status that is completed and signed by the individual camper or staff member, or by the parent or guardian if the camper or staff member is under the age of 18.
  • 42. 30750 (b) A signed statement by a parent or guardian to seek emergency medical treatment shall be provided for each staff member or camper, except those minors accompanied in camp by a parent or guardian.
  • 43. 30750 (f) A medical logbook shall be maintained by the Health Supervisor. (h) (3) A medications stored in a locked container when unattended by the Health Supervisor.
  • 44. 30750 (i) A written health care plan developed and maintained by the Health Supervisor shall be used at the camp.
  • 45. 30750 (g) The Health Supervisors or the site operator shall report all occurrences of food borne illness, suspected food borne illness, or any other reportable disease as required by California Code of Regulations Title 17, section 2500(b) promptly to the local health officer for the camp location.
  • 46. & 47. 30750 (e) If a physician is not on site when campers are present, arrangements shall be made for a physician to be available on an on-call basis.  An infirmary (tentage or shelter), with provision for isolating patients shall be provided. Advanced arrangements shall be made for the immediate removal of seriously sick or injured campers or staff members to a point of adequate medical care, on recommendation of a physician.
  • Arrangements can be made if you choose to use our on call physician.
  • General Safety and Supervision: Counselors need to be 18 years or older, trained in First Aid and CPR.  A minimum ratio of 1:10 is the county requirement. Certifications are required to be onsite and verified by Cedar Glen Staff.
  • General Safety and Supervision: A written statement documenting background check for director and staff.