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Conference Contact
Bob Wong, Camp Director
Southern California Conference
PO Box 969
Glendale, CA  91209-0969
Phone: (818) 546-8442
Fax: (818) 546-8430
e-mail: bwong@sccsda.org
 
  Camp Contact
Jim Oliver, Manager
39850 State Highway 38
Angelus Oaks, CA  92305
Phone: (909) 794-2911
Fax: (909) 389-9241
e-mail: campcedarfalls@sbcglobal.net
web: www.campcedarfalls.net
 

Camp History
Camp Cedar Falls' first summer camp was in 1941. The camp property was purchased as a working fish hatchery and subsequently redeveloped as a youth camp.

Information on Property and Camp Facilities
Camp Cedar Falls is situated on 145 acres near the 6,000-ft. elevation in the San Bernardino National Forest. The grounds include the new Cliffside Lodge which opened in 1996 with 30 luxurious rooms accommodating 150 guests, plus youth cabins and apartments which give a total facility sleeping capacity of 713. The Cafeteria seats 300 and Heohn Auditorium seats 400. The Lindegren Museum and Breitagam Library provide a nature-oriented environment for meetings, study or relaxation. We have an open sports complex with basketball, volleyball, tennis courts, a swimming pool and a centrally located grass ball field. All playing areas have good lighting for evening activites.

Camp Programs and Special Features
The camp mascot is TABU, a live Black Bear born in captivity at a zoo in 1983. Hiking trails with out-post camps, a suspension bridge over Forcee Creek, a three-story tree house that sleeps about 35 campers, a large redwood swing-playset and an 18-hole frisbee-golf course help to entertain our guests.

Camp Mission
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Directions to Camp
Going East from Los Angeles basin: Use San Bernardino Freeway (I-10 EAST). As you approach Redlands, exit Alabama. Turn left over freeway and North to Lugonia Ave. (approx. 2 blocks), turn right on Lugonia. It becomes State Route 38. Stay on Hwy 38 through Mentone and Angelus Oaks. Entrance is three miles past Angelus Oaks, on the left.

Going West from Desert basin: Use San Bernardino freeway (I-10 WEST). As you approach Calimesa/Yucaipa area, exit County Line Road. Turn right, follow County Line Road North to Bryant Street. Left on Bryant, approximately 4 miles where Bryant dead-ends on State Hwy 38. Right on Hwy 38 to Angelus Oaks. Entrance is three miles past Angelus Oaks, on the left.
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