Camp Cedar Point - Information, Reviews, Ratings
Camp Cedar Point
Avg. Customer Review (5.0 Stars): 5 Stars
Number of Reviews: 3

Description
Resource id #12

Camp Website

Camp Location

Makanda Illinois 62958
Camp Details
Ages: 7-17
Gender: Female
Camp type: Overnight
Session dates: 6 week-long sessions June 8- July 18
Cost (range): $80/3 days, $150-300/wk
Contact Information
Lennette Holden, Camp Director
campcedarpoint@yahoo.com
Phone: 1-888-317-6353
Fax:
Mailing Address:
4102 S. Water Tower Place
Mount VernonIllinois 62864
Location(s):


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:

Camp Cedar Point, Apr 20, 2007
reviewer: Flame from IL
I have gone to camp for 10 years and have enjoyed it so much. The people are great and the site is awesome. Go Fern Gully Trail! Go Tall Timbers! Camp is a great place to spend a summer. I cannot wait to help campers enjoy their time and become return campers.


2 of 3 people found the following review helpful:

Camp Cedar Point- a wonderful and fulfilling experience, Mar 15, 2007
reviewer: 8th year camper from Southern Illinois
Camp Cedar Point is a beautiful camp, and it truly feels like home. I've been going to summer camp sessions for 8 years, plus family camp, numerous Me and My Gal weekends, several fun days and open houses, and many more. But even though I have been there many times, the overwhelming free spirit and beauty of the camp always takes over me each time I enter the pines and cabins. Camp has always been fun, with caring and understanding counselors, amazing activities, Girl Scout values, and just the whole thought of the freedom a girl can get out there. I am always proud to mention Camp Cedar Point to my curious friends, and I love to talk to my camp friends I have met over the years. Cedar Point is also a haven for lasting friendships. Every year, when Girl Scout Week rolls by, my mother and I proudly wear one of our Camp Cedar Point shirts- whether it be the 50 year anniversary yellow or the fun tye-dye! (usually, i go for the tye-dye!!!) I am going to camp this summer as well, hopefully for two sessions because I cannot pick between the Canoe Adventure or the Native American History session. Camp is all about meeting new challanges and facing new adventures. I hope to work as a counselor there someday, and I will always feel at home in the lodges of the pine forest, in a shiny canoe headed toward the Jumping Rocks, or under the star-studded sky hearing the stories of Perseus, Cignus, and Apollo. I LOVE CAMP CEDAR POINT!!!!!


1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:

Greatest Experience!, Jan 23, 2007
reviewer: Camper from So. Illinois
I went to Cedar Point when I was a girl. It was the best experience of my life. I learned to become independant and I can't even begin to tell you what it did for my self esteem. I will be sending my girls to Cedar Point in a couple of years when they are old enough. I am so glad that the camp experience is there for my girls.


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