Cedar Springs Outdoor Adventure Day Camp is located on 38 beautiful acres on the property of Cedar Springs Church in Slinger, Wisconsin..

Each year over 1000 kids from southeastern Wisconsin get to experience a week of fun and adventure in the great outdoors surrounded by all of God's creation and a loving and caring staff!

Cedar Springs Outdoor Adventure Camp is designed for children entering grades K-5 next school year.

Our staff of counselors, station leaders and volunteers is trained to keep our campers safe and supported throughout their week of camp.

Camp runs Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  

Advanced Registration is required and space fills up quickly so sign your kids up today!

Meet the Director!

Paige Quinn has been the Director of Cedar Springs Outdoor Adventure Day Camp for over five years!  In this position she is in charge of all camp events, programming, sponsorships and staffing.  With a Degree in Business from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and three seasons of experience working with the Milwaukee Brewers, Paige brings a wealth of experience to this position.  Due to her leadership our camp has grown by over 40% each of the past two years and has become one of the fastest growing camps in the state!

Get Ready for an

Outdoor Adventure!

Questions?     Call us at 262-229-9131

or email us:   CedarSpringsOutdoorAdventure@gmail.com

Frequently Asked Questions

What should campers wear?

Campers should dress for the weather.  Camp is held rain or shine.  Campers should wear close-toed shoes.  If campers wear sandals for flip-flops on Thursday they will not be able to participate in horseback riding.

What food is served?

We provide lunch, snacks and drinks throughout the day. 

‚ÄčLunch is always subject to change based on availability, but here is what we expect to serve:

-- Monday: Hot Dogs, Potato Chips and Fruit Snacks

-- Tuesday: Hamburgers/Cheeseburgers, Pretzels and Apple Slices

-- Wednesday: Ham Sandwiches or Uncrustable PBJ, Goldfish and Apple Slices

-- Thursday: Hot Dogs, Potato Chips and Fruit Snacks

Water is also provided throughout the day.  No need to send food or drinks.   We also serve morning and afternoon snacks to the campers.   We serve lunch to nearly 300 people each day on site and can accommodate any allergy we are aware of.

What time is camp?

If you are bringing your child to camp, you should arrive at 9:00 a.m.  You must come in to sign your child in to camp.  When you pick up your child you must park and come in to sign out your child.  Pickup time is 2:00.

If your child is attending with a group and riding a bus to camp, please contact the group organization for dropoff and pickup time and location.

Additional Information

Camp is outside!  Your kids will be outside most of the day.  Feel free to apply sunscreen in the morning before you arrive.  It is a good idea to check your child for ticks when they get home.