Uniquely Cedar Springs

 
 

Be Our Guest!

In my 21 years as a pastor, I visited many Christian camps and retreat centers.  But in all those years, I never encountered a place of such unique beauty and strong sense of God's presence.  As one guest commented, "The veil between heaven and earth is very thin at Cedar Springs."  Thousands of people come here each year and experience God, while growing closer with one another on our grounds.  On this page you will see some of the special features that make Cedar Springs a unique place for your next retreat.

Dave Lindner - Executive Director 
                                            Dave and Dawn Lindner

                                          Dave and Dawn Lindner


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Lodge Rooms with Everything You Need

No more midnight runs to an outdoor restroom, or cramming a dozen people into a room!  Cedar Springs offers 67 beautiful lodge rooms with private restrooms and showers.  Each room sleeps 2-4 guests, and all bedding and towels are provided .  Book your retreats at Cedar Springs and never bring a sleeping bag again!


 

 

High Quality Food Served Family-Style

Our head chef prides herself on serving delicious foods, and uses a wide variety of unique recipes.  Meals are served in our Lakeside Dining Hall with large windows to take in the beauty of the ponds and gardens.  Cedar Springs serves all meals family-style--no buffet lines!  Gluten free, dairy free, vegitarian, and vegan options are available upon request.

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Gardens, Hiking Trails, and Train Trestles

One of the most appreciated features of Cedar Springs is the natural beauty of the gardens, ponds, and hiking trails.  In the 5 acres of gardens and ponds, you will find many quiet places to listen for God's voice in the beauty of His creation.  Up for a hike?  Adventure out onto the 4 miles of hiking trails through wooded forests, along Saar Creek, over old train trestles, or up to the top of Haystack peak to take in an amazing view of the Fraser Valley.