The views are spectacular, the air is fresh and clean, the stars are bright, and the staff is friendly and helpful. Being accredited by the American Camp Association assures Camp Conrad Chinnock attendees will receive the highest standards and outstanding service.

 

Whether you have family, a church group, youth or adult programs, or a wedding, become part of the Camp Conrad Chinnock family by bringing your group to camp.

 

CABINS

Camp Conrad Chinnock offers 12 winterized cabins each with a toilet and sink along with nearby shower facilities.  The cabins have a capacity of 12 people and are conveniently located near the showers and bathrooms.  The heavy-duty wood bunk beds have twin-sized mattresses suitable for bringing your own linens or sleeping bag.

 

RISNER CONFERENCE CENTER

The Risner Conference Center provides ideal accommodations for small to medium size groups. Its spacious meeting areas can hold up to 100 people for presentations, conferences, and recreational purposes. The conference room has a large fireplace, tables, and chairs to use as needed. This facility is fully equipped with an oven, stove, refrigerator, and sink. The Center has sleeping accommodation for 38 people. The sleeping facilities at Camp Conrad Chinnock are dormitory style; bunk beds with mattresses are provided. Three sleeping dorms have their own attached bathroom facility, complete with shower stalls and washing facilities. There is also an administrator's room with a private bath, double bed, and bunk bed. This facility is perfect for church retreats, scout troops, family reunions, and educational retreats.

 

DINING FACILITY

Camp Conrad Chinnock’s large dining hall is capable of holding up to 220 people per meal.  The beautiful stone fireplace served as a gathering place for announcements and such.  All package prices include delicious, nutritious meals prepared by camp's Food Service Manager.  Special requests for meals and dietary needs can be arranged prior to your group arrival. However, fees can vary with special food requests.  Dish washing services can also be provided and are included in packages unless otherwise noted.

 

GAME LODGE

The Game Lodge is a large meeting/recreational room where a group may sit in front of a blazing fire with a cup of hot chocolate and relax, watch a movie, or listen to music. There are couches, benches, pool table, ping-pong, foosball, and air hockey.

 

ACTIVITIES

During the fall, spring, and summer, our clear, heated pool provides respite from the warm days. The winter brings snow to the hills, creating natural sledding areas around camp.  A short hike from camp is Jenks Lake, which is a popular fishing spot and day hike when weather permits. Canoeing is available during the summer for groups with qualified lifeguards. For hiking enthusiasts, San Gorgonio's "Old Grey Back", with an elevation of 11,500 feet, provides a day long challenge. The area around camp is covered with trails great for hiking, walking, and mountain biking.  

 

Activities available to groups include swimming, basketball, snow play, cross country skiing, fishing, and a large outdoor amphitheater complete with a stage for skits and songs along side the roaring fire.  Downhill skiing, snow boarding, water skiing, and mountain biking is available 40 minutes away in Big Bear Lake. The 35-foot Activity Adventure Tower features rock climbing, rappelling, a ‘vertical playground’, and high-ropes for developing team work, communication, and fun.

 

RATES

Package rates (includes lodging, meals, and snacks) require a minimum of 35 paid persons depending upon the season. With a variety of activities and services available, please complete the form below for a quote.

 

A non-refundable deposit of $500 or 25% of the total fee, whichever is greater, is required for each reservation.

Camp Conrad Chinnock is operated under a special use permit with the San Bernardino National Forest. In accordance with federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, Camp Conrad Chinnock is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) To file a complaint of discrimination: write to USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call (202) 720-5964 (voice and TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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