Think you might get bored this summer and want to do something really exciting besides just sitting at home watching TV and playing video games?
Would you like to get away for a while where you could have some fun, meet new friends, and learn about God? Plan to spend a week this summer at Clydehurst Christian Ranch!
At Clydehurst, it’s easy to have fun: ride the zip line, go hiking or fishing, ride horses, try archery or riflery, shoot hoops and much more. Don’t forget about the awesome food, heated pool and great games! Do all this while hanging out with your friends and making new ones. But more importantly, you’ll be building relationships and learning more about yourself.
Counselors plan one-on-one time with each of their campers and will listen to your life story and will help you with your questions and concerns. The counselors and speakers will encourage you and help you understand that God always has a plan, and they’ll challenge you to live to higher standards. Our speakers know young people and teach God’s Word with humor and impact so you’ll remember it later.
You’ll take home wonderful memories and gain deeper insight about God and how special you are. So pack a suitcase, grab a pillow and sleeping bag and come to a week at CCR. You’ll have a blast!
***Registration is back online! Please click the link above to register your camper electronically!!
To the Parents
Clydehurst Youth Camps are planned to provide an awesome opportunity for youth to get out and enjoy the beauty of the mountains in a safe environment. All the activities are closely monitored by well-trained and experienced college-age adults who desire to see your children mature in character, come to know Christ personally, and grow with Him. Clydehurst is a great place for your child to meet new friends, gain new skills, and grow in their understanding of God’s word.
Clydehurst runs a counselor-led program with a small camper-to-counselor ratio. Our staff is carefully selected to focus on children. Give your kids an opportunity to experience a week they will never forget. A limited number of scholarships are available to those families with financial need, however, we ask that you first seek help from your home church.
Registration & Transportation
We encourage all campers to register as early as possible because several camps ﬁll up and we are forced to turn down late registrations.
You can register online or download the Youth Camp registration and health forms and mail it with the pre-registration fee of $50 (3rd and 4th Camp is $170 while the other Youth Camps are $340 this year). All fees must be paid in full by June 1st.
Register online is quick and convenient, but if you'd like to register by mail, you can download a registration form.
Registrations after June 1st will still be accepted if openings are available. Early registration helps avoid disappointment. All Fees must be paid in U.S. currency
Free Transportation is available to and from Clydehurst from both Billings and Bozeman during Youth Camp. On your registration form, we will need to let us know your transportation plans. Parents who want to drive their child to camp must check-in on Sunday between 3 - 5pm (Wednesday for 3rd and 4th Camp). All campers not riding on buses need to be picked up Saturday, promptly at 8:45am.
- Billings bus(es)
Sunday: leaves the Scheels parking lot 2:15pm
Saturday: returns to Scheels approximately 11:30am - 12:00 noon.
- Bozeman bus(es)
Sunday: leaves the Famous Dave's (old K-Mart) parking lot at 2:30pm (will stop in Livingston at Albertson’s at 3:00pm)
Saturday: returns to the parking lot behind Famous Dave's (old K-Mart) approximately 11:15am - 11:45am.
Other Things to Know
Parents please mark all items you can. Our lost and found articles have a two week holding limit. There is a $7.50 minimum charge to ship lost articles.
Parents send your letters to:
Clydehurst Christian Ranch,
3319 Boulder Rd.,
McLeod, MT 59052
Telephone calls to campers are allowed for emergency purposes only.
Money brought to camp by third – sixth graders is deposited in the camp bank for camper’s use as needed. Any unused amount is returned at the end of the week.
Things to bring
- Sleeping Bag & Pillow
- Towels and Washcloths
- Shoes for Hiking
- Sweatshirt, Warm Jacket
- Shorts, Jeans, and Shirts
- Socks and Underclothes
- Toilet Articles
- Swimsuit (Modest one piece)
- Pen and Notebook
- Laundry Bag
- Spending Money (usually $40-$80)
- Water Bottle