Cedar Ridge Camp is an outdoor camp, retreat and educational center located on 64 wooded acres just 4 miles from the Jeffersontown/Taylorsville exit off the Gene Snyder Freeway in Louisville, Kentucky. The grounds and facilities include a 2-acre lake for canoeing and fishing, many hiking trails, a swimming pool, and several creek beds where fossils are plentiful, a High Ropes Course and Teams Course. We offer such recreational activities as hayrides, areas for volleyball, horseshoes and softball. The grounds also include; a lighted outdoor stage, 2 picnic pavilions with grills, space for tent camping with fire circles, 10 rustic cabins, 3 unit houses, 2 air-conditioned retreat facilities comfortable for 20, and a large dining hall/meeting space complete with a commercial kitchen.
Cedar Ridge Camp was started in the summer of 1957 when 64 acres of rolling Kentucky woodland were donated to the Presbytery for the purpose of a camping ministry. Over the years, buildings, cabins, and a pool have been built in order to accommodate nearly 200 people at a time. The camp has lodged generations of Presbyterians and folks from all over the United States on its beautiful setting as a ministry that changes lives. It is now the only year-round residential camp in Jefferson County. Cedar Ridge is also an accredited camp by the American Camping Association.
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