Forest Lake Safety Camp

Dear Friends of Safety Camp,

After much thought and discussion, we have made the difficult decision to CANCEL the 2020 Forest Lake Safety Camp. Given the growing concerns around the COVID-19 pandemic and these unpredictable times, we don’t feel we can continue on with our planning efforts.

Safety Camp has been an incredibly important event to our community for many years and is one of our favorites, but we need to prioritize the health and safety of our attendees, volunteers, and community partners who help make this camp a success.

We look forward to Safety Camp 2021!

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2020 Forest Lake Safety Camp - Cancelled for 2020 due to COVID-19

 2019 Forest Lake Safety Camp
 What 26th Annual "Summer Fun In the Sun" Safety Camp
 Who Children entering 3rd-5th grades
 Where Forest Lake City Center (1408 Lake Street South)
 Cost $25.00 per child

Forest Lake Safety Camp is a 2-day program designed with children's safety in mind. At camp, children have the opportunity to experience and learn about a variety of safety issues, such as first aid from trained Emergency Medical Services personnel, bike maintenance, trail safety and laws relating to bike riding, fire safety, and electrical safety. Other issues relating to safe streets and personal safety will also be addressed.

Forest Lake Safety Camp came together as a vision of three community-minded individuals who, after a very tragic bicycle accident, were particularly concerned about the health and safety of the children in our community. As Safety Camp took shape, they soon realized that there were many aspects of safety to be addressed with kids in a fun and exciting way.

Pre-registration is required. Space is limited to the first 75 kids! We look forward to seeing your kids this year at Safety Camp.

Mission Statement

The Forest Lake Safety Camp mission is to provide a wide range of safety instruction in a two day mini camp designed to heighten daily awareness and practices for community children.


To coordinate and facilitate collaboration between departments of community safety, public service organizations, and area businesses, with the express goal of promoting safety awareness to children through meaningful instruction and community involvement.