Hello, Camp Kids!
With the camp season kicked into full gear, perhaps you’ll come across the summer camp that you’ll be heading to as we continue to add to our Summer Camp Spotlight category of Blog posts. Today, we’re fixing our camp spotlight down South to the heart of Texas.
There, we find El Tesoro summer camp which has been showing kids an awesome summer experience since it was first founded in 1934! Camp Fire Camp El Tesoro is a 223-acre located in Granbury, Texas, on the bend of the Brazos River at Fall Creek.
There’s lots of fun activities offered at El Tesoro including Archery, Arts & Crafts, Astronomy, Canoeing, Drama, GaGa Ball, Group Games, Hiking, Horsemanship, Kayaking, Low Challenge Course, Outdoor Cooking, Outdoor Living Skills, Singing & Music, Sports & Games, Swim & Water Games. You’re bound to enjoy your jam-packed summer days at camp.
Their campgrounds boast a 12,500 square foot covered riding area, a 35’ climbing tower that leads up to a 300’ zip line, the Brazos River, Mt. Loma, two huge pools, archery ranges, multi-sports court to play basketball, volleyball, and tennis, a Frisbee Golf Course, the Chapel, The Wohelo Lodge Dining Hall that seats 300 campers, and so much more.
20 new cabins are able to accommodate 12 people including the trained cabin leaders. Each bunk area is provided with some privacy and more than enough space for each camper’s gear and belongings. The cabins are equipped with electricity and full restrooms for convenience in maintaining hygiene at summer camp.
If you’re not already going to Camp El Tesoro, check out this summer camp for the next summer season. You’re sure to love your time there. Have a look around at this Texas camp and, as always, thanks for reading, Camp Fans!