Frequently Asked Questions
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How much does camp cost?
Overnight Camp – $575
High School Week – $595
Day Camp – $275
What discounts are available?
Early Bird Discount – Receive $25 off when you register for camp before March 1st
Bring a Friend Discount – $50 off for each friend you invite to camp for their first time. This discount is applied during the week of camp when the invited friend attends (discount is applied the day after camp begins).
Sibling Discount – $50 off each additional sibling (does not apply for Day Camp)
Multi-Week Discount – Receive $50 off when you register your child for multiple weeks of camp during the summer.
How do I register?
Register online or print and fill out an application and mail in a $100 deposit. Applications can be downloaded from the website and emailed or mailed in.
Can I pay with a credit card?
Yes! You can pay with credit card through the Online Registration Form
*No credit cards will be accepted on registration night*
What ages are allowed to come to camp?
Overnight Camp: 8-18 years old, but there are a few exceptions. If the camper will turn the minimal age (of the week they desire to come) by November 1st of the same year, they may register for that week. For example: If a camper is 7 years old and will turn 8 before November 1st, they can come to camp!
Day Camp: Ages 6-10
When is drop off/pick up?
Check in is on Sunday at 6:00 PM. Dinner will not be provided.
Closing Ceremonies is in the gym (across from the horse barn) on Friday at 7:00 PM.
Can my child request a roommate? How many requests can be made?
Yes, campers can request a roommate as long as the request is mutual. You may request up to two roommates. We do not guarantee roommate requests although we try our best to put friends together.
* Please contact us at [email protected] or 830-995-3388 if you would like to make a change in your child’s cabin roommate request. One of the great benefits of having a camp experience involves meeting and making new friends from different places!
What are the cabins like?
Rustic, screened in cabins with 4-5 bunk beds. There is no air conditioning so we encourage you to bring a fan for your camper. Since the cabins have shutters with screens the nights are normally cool.
How many campers/counselors are in a cabin?
Cabins and our “Ark” will house 7-10 campers. There will never be more than 7 campers with one counselor in a cabin.
How can I get in touch with my child while they're in camp?
You may email your children at [email protected] ($5 is deducted from their snack bar accounts). If there is an emergency, please call the office.
What activities are available for the campers?
During registration you’ll see a list of 8 activities for your child to choose from, in order of preference. You may also note during registration if there is a particular activity the camper does not wish to participate in. Activities are given on a first come – first serve basis.
Activities include: Tower Challenge, Swimming, Canoeing, Horseback riding, Crafts, Low Elements, Riflery, Archery.
Does His Hill accommodate food allergies and/or dietary needs?
The His Hill kitchen is not a gluten free kitchen. We are unable to personally provide food to accommodate dietary needs such as lactose/gluten intolerance. We do, however, allow parents to provide pre-cooked, clearly labeled food and our Kitchen Manager will gladly reheat the food to serve your child. We appreciate your cooperation! Please contact us with specific questions or requests.
How much money for snack bar?
$20-$30 is the average amount parents give their camper for snack bar. Any remaining balance is available to claim at closing ceremonies or donate to our summer staff volunteer fund
How long has His Hill been a camp?
1976 was our first summer!
Where are you located? (delete?)
Two miles off of I-10 in Comfort—about 35 minutes West of The Rim in San Antonio.
Should my child eat dinner before coming to Sunday's registration?
Yes. We will not provide a dinner Sunday evening. There will be a snack time later on in the evening. Some dinner options in Comfort include McDonalds, Subway, Chicken Express, and Dairy Queen.
Will my child eat dinner on Friday?
Yes! We provide dinner for all campers before our closing ceremony.