Facility rental

Clearwater College is blessed each year to be able to host a variety of Christian ministries that run summer  camps, family reunions, church camps, etc. We seek to host ministries with similar values and as such have certain guidelines that apply to all groups renting the facilities. The Clearwater College campus is not like a normal rental camp that is mostly disinterested in the content and conduct of the renting group. 

Clearwater College seeks to provide a quiet, peaceful atmosphere that is conducive to a positive Christian  experience. We require that camps adhere to the moral rules given to us in the Bible, as well as some community rules that are in place not for moral reasons, but for a practical purpose to enable community living both for the campers and the full time residents of campus. Please read through this entire document in order to understand the various policies and expectations that we have for rental groups. For more information download our guides below.

campus & facilities

The beautifully forested 78 acre campus of Clearwater College is nestled in the picturesque Clearwater Valley in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies. Enhanced by crystal streams, freshwater springs, and bordered by the Clearwater river, the campus provides a virtual paradise for outdoor recreational activities and a serene wilderness setting for meeting with God amidst His creation. 


The college is housed in three main buildings.  The administration building is comprised of the office, chapel, cafeteria and guest dorms. The academic building hosts several classrooms, the library, two student lounges, a games room, and the girls dorm. The gymnasium building host a gym, the men's dorm, and a lounge. In addition, a variety of housing options are available for resident staff and married students.


Wildlife such as deer, squirrels, and birds of all varieties are abundant on campus - not to mention the occasional moose or bear. The scenic trail to the Clearwater River crosses both Aford Creek and Kerry Creek. This short walk is frequented often by students and is a peaceful way to spend time in prayer and reflection.