We are A Bay Area Christian Camp and Conference Center located in the Santa Cruz Mountains of San Mateo County, situated centrally on the Peninsula and a close drive from anywhere in the San Francisco Bay Area. Whether you are looking for a place to attend camp or for a place to hold your group’s retreat, we think you will find us as a good match. Continue below to find out about the latest news at Redwood Glen or navigate our menu system above to find the information you are looking for. We hope to see you soon!
Almost There! Last month, having successfully completed all permitting requirements related to construction, we dedicated the new water treatment facility at our 60th Anniversary Celebration (you can find more information on the Celebration here). Now we are simply awaiting an inspection from the State Water Resources Control Board which is […]
2019 Clergy and Spouse Retreat: January 6-8, 2019 Sponsored jointly by the Ministers Council of the Greater Bay Area and Redwood Glen Holy Ground, Holy Fire, Holy Name Torah Spirituality for the Pastoral Soul Speaker: Rev. Dr. James Brenneman In thirsting for “deeper communion,” as the old hymn puts it, […]
A couple things occurred this past month: Use Permit: The appeals period expired September 20th at 5pm, and we received confirmation from our County Planner that there were no appeals, so we have been officially granted the Use and Resource Management Permit to move forward with completion of the Water […]
Come Celebrate! 60th Anniversary Redwood Glen Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018 2:00PM – Registration 2-4PM – Festivities 4:00PM – Dedication of the new Water Treatment Facility 5:30PM – Dinner & Program 7:00PM – Close Festivities Include: Swimming Pool Tour of Water Treatment Facility Jumphouse Horseshoes Tire Swing Plus much more To […]
Thank You! Thank you to the almost 1500 persons who added your names to the list of Redwood Glen supporters. Just this morning, the San Mateo County Zoning Officer approved Redwood Glen’s project, pending expiration of the two week appeals period. If no appeals are filed within that period (and […]
The Reason Why With all the challenges regarding water these past few years, it has not been easy to keep our focus on why there is a Redwood Glen. While becoming water independent has become a necessary priority, we’d like to share some stories of children and youth who have […]
Public Hearing with San Mateo County Will You Help Out? It’s been over four years, but Redwood Glen is finally on the threshold of becoming water independent. Our environmental review documentation was accepted yesterday (Aug. 10) allowing us to move on to the next important step: the Public Hearing for […]