Your children will have the opportunity to participate in six of the eight scheduled activities that we offer. In addition to cabin devotions and chapel, campers also get to learn about the character of Christ Jesus while enjoying exciting activities.

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Campers can participate in the adventurous activity of archery where they learn the parts of the bow and practice their aim by shooting at targets. Archery brings a sense of adventure in a well monitored and safe environment that teaches kids bow safety and wilderness terrain safety.



Our waterfront-First Aid & CPR certified lifeguards lead canoers down the Guadalupe under the shade of towering cypress trees. After canoeing down the river, campers can jump off the “giant”, skip rocks, build dams, and catch minnows. This camper favorite activity is both fun and relaxing. Campers leave with a better understanding of water safety, canoe technique, and an appreciation for the beauty of God’s creation.



Campers will learn horsemanship as they participate in trail rides through the meadow. Campers also learn basic vaulting by first practicing on “Big Red,” our stationary “horse.” Then they are able to perform these tricks in our horse arena while being assisted by our wranglers. Our head wrangler is CHA certified (Certified Horsemanship Association) and provides a safe and fun opportunity for the beginner and experienced horseman alike.



Our 40-foot tower is an exhilarating activity that includes rappelling, wall climbing, zip-lines, “The Screamer” and “The Leap of Faith.” Our instructors are rope course certified and all of our equipment is carefully inspected. Campers once afraid of heights have learned what trust looks like in a practical way and have come to find that Christ can be trusted in all things.



Our pool provides a fun activity to cool down during the sunny days of summer. Whether campers would like to lounge poolside or complete various challenges such as “Race the Lifeguard”, our swimming activity is a great place to learn new swimming skills under the supervision of our Waterfront- First Aid & CPR Certified lifeguards.



A highly supervised, non-competitive environment where campers learn to shoot .22 single shot rifles, enabling them to learn gun safety while fostering discipline and coordination. Trained counselors instruct participants as they aim for paper targets, which they can bring home as a memento and exhibit of their riflery skills.



Low Elements is a fun mix of team building activities in the shade of the canyon that promotes teamwork, creativity, problem solving, and patience. On the first day campers work together to accomplish challenging tasks while encouraging one another in these endeavors. Challenges like The Wall, Trust Fall, Whale Watch, Tornado Tube, Invisible Map, and the Telephone Pole Shuffle are a few of the challenges our low elements course offers.



Campers are able to participate in various crafting projects under the cool shade of our craft shack, which overlooks the gorgeous canyon. Crafts provides a great opportunity for your camper to realize their creativity.



Mallow consists of various group game activities around camp. During these two days campers may participate in marshmallow gun shooters, trail hikes, organized GaGa ball times, and more! The Mallow activity is a great way to experience different activities with other campers during the week.