Our camp offers a unique week-long stay in the beautiful Texas Hill Country for elementary, junior high, and high school boys and girls. Campers arrive Sunday at 6pm and are picked up Friday at 7pm. The week is filled with activities such as canoeing, high ropes course. horseback riding, archery, riflery, and more! 

We take seriously our commitment to the Lord to lead them to Jesus through daily chapel and devotions times. While the days are filled with various activities, the nights are geared toward cabin bonding as cabins learn together from God's Word and create memories and relationships that last. 

We would love to have your camper here this summer. 

Don't hesitate to give us a call with any questions you may have!


  • Elementary, junior high, or high school weeks
  • 7 to 1 camper to counselor ratio
  • Two daily cabin Bible devotion times
  • Two daily chapels with music, teaching, and memory verses
  • Request 6 of our 8 scheduled activities
  • Daily snack & swim time
  • Camp wide games every evening
  • Weekly themes
  • Screened in cabins sleeping 8-12


chapel & Devotions


Every day campers have the opportunity to sing, discover, and learn together of Christ in our chapel times both in the morning and the evening. Counselors and summer staff lead our campers in song praising the Lord for His goodness and faithfulness is fun filled and revenant worship songs. At His Hill Ranch Camp our desire is to lead all campers to Christ as the source of eternal life and the means for the Christian life through verse by verse teaching by our resident staff team.

During our chapel times we specifically want to devote time to memorizing God’s word, as the Psalmist writes, “I have hidden your word in my heart that I might not sin against you.” (Psalm 119:11). These verses are prayerfully chosen, not to be another “good thing” we do, but that His word would remind us of that truth in all our day by day activities. 


Every morning and evening each cabin will open God’s word together and learn of Christ through counselor led devotions. The purpose of these times is to know Christ in His word in a deeper way while giving an opportunity to the campers to share their joys and struggles in their personal lives. Each counselor is encouraged to also share truth through God’s word that has been specifically transformative in their personal lives.

Sample DAY

7:30am — Rise and Shine

8:00am — Breakfast

8:30am Devotions as a Cabin

9:10am Chapel Time

10:05am Activity 1

11:20am Activity 2

12:30pm Lunch

1:15pm Quiet Time as a Cabin

2:45pm Snack and Swim

4:10pm Activity 3

5:30pm Supper

6:15pm Chapel Time

7:15pm Special Activity

8:30pm Snack Bar and Cabin Time

9:10am Devotions as a Cabin / Shower

10:15pm Lights Out

For more information,  visit our General Information Page

health & safety

Camp Health Officer

Our Camp Health Officer (CHO) must be a physician, RN, LVN, or a person with an American Red Cross EMR certificate or its equivalent. The CHO is on call 24 hours a day for all medical needs: first aid or medicinal. As campers may be discouraged due to injury, sickness, or homesickness, the CHO will spend significant time encouraging campers to trust Christ in where He has them.

Medication collection and distribution

Med distribution schedule must be specified during the online registration. The camp health officer will be available to collect all medications during Sunday’s registration.

  • coming to camp

    We are excited to welcome your family to His Hill Ranch camp for what we pray will be a transformative week for your camper! Registration begins promptly at 6:00pm and upon arrival you will be greeted by our enthusiastic staff that will assist you with you luggage, finding the registration line that is right for you, and orienting you to your camper's cabin where our counselors will be waiting to meet you.

  • being at camp

    Sunday night through Friday evening the week is packed, learning of Christ through His Word, experiencing the joy of life through activities, coming together as a team playing fun-filled “wide games”, and much more! We pray that campers will see Christ in everything we do—from the devotions and chapel times, to the conversations with your camper.

  • leaving camp

    Closing Ceremonies are held in our gym at promptly at 7:00pm on Friday. Our staff will help you park and find a seat. The program is usually 25-30 minutes long which is followed by warm goodbyes and a trip up to camp to pick up the luggage. Souvenirs will be available for purchase before and after the program. Please check the lost and found and pick up any medications before you head home! 

2020 camp dates

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