Crestview Camps Information
What is there to do at the Camp?

Camp Crestview has an outdoor pool, a 100-foot waterslide called the “Black Hole,” a rock wall, a zip line, a gymnasium for basketball or volleyball, a Candy Cabin for souvenirs and snacks, and a fireside Victory Circle overlooking the Columbia River.

What kind of activities will there be?

During the day there will be group games, free time in the afternoon, cool crafts, cabin times, and amazing Chapel times with praise and worship and inspiring speakers.

What are the rooms like?

The rooms are dorm-style, with bunk beds and mattresses and common bathrooms. There is an adult leader in each room, and boys and girls are in separate buildings. You will need to bring your own sleeping bag and pillow or other bedding.

Will I be with my friends?

We do our best to keep churches together and you can request a roommate or cabin leader when you register. Keep in mind, cabins and church groups come in all different sizes, so you may have someone from another church in your room, or your group may be in more than one cabin next to each other, but you will have plenty of time to be with your friends throughout the day.

How will I get to camp?

The camp coordinator at your church will help you organize transportation. All vehicles will come directly to the camp, so we encourage everyone to carpool or use a bus or van whenever possible to cut down on traffic into the camp.

What time should I arrive and be picked up?

All campers should arrive at 2 pm the first day of camp (not sooner). Camp will be over at 11 am on the last day, and you will be free to get lunch on the way home.

What do I need to bring?

Casual clothes, sweatshirt (for morning/evening), sneakers, flip flops (for pool and Black Hole), modest swimsuit (one piece for girls), two towels (for pool and shower), toiletries (soap, shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant), bug spray, sunscreen, flashlight, water bottle, bible, pen, camera (no phones or tablets), money for the Candy Cabin (snacks and souvenirs) and for lunch on the ride home.

What should I not bring?

Cell phones, electronic devices, books, magazines, weapons, tobacco, alcohol, marijuana, or other controlled substances.

What if I have medications to take?

All prescription and non-prescription medications must be given to the camp nurse at the time of check-in, and they will administer them at the appropriate times during the week. Medications must be in their original container with the prescription dosage on the original label.

What if I get hurt?

There will be a qualified nurse on site at all times to administer first aid, distribute medications, and call for emergency services if needed. After you register, your parents will be sent a link to the Medical Questionnaire and Release form to provide the necessary information.

What if I have food allergies?

The camp is not equipped to provide special meals, so if you have allergies or special dietary needs you will need to bring food and snacks that will meet your needs.

What if I need a refund?

All registration fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. However, in the event of a medical or other emergency, special refunds may be requested, but are not guaranteed.

Who is running the camp?

The camp facility is still owned by the North Pacific District of Foursquare Churches, and is currently listed for sale. "Crestview Camps" is a program sponsored by Columbia River Foursquare Church in St. Helens, Oregon, who rents the camp from the district and coordinates the program with 26 other Foursquare Churches from Washington and Oregon. If you would like to add your church to the list of participants, please contact us below.

Who can I contact if I have questions?

For all registration questions contact Executive Director Mike Cooke .
For questions about Kid's Camp contact Pastor Abby Olson .
For questions about Youth Camp contact Pastor Darrin Hausler .