Hey, Camp People!
Working with more than 270 summer camps, we here at Everything Summer Camp love to sing the praises of camps all across the nation. This Blog makes an effort to frequently shine our spotlight on the next camp. Today we’re swinging our Summer Camp Spotlight to the renowned Texas Hill Country down South.
There we find Camp Stewart.
Stewart spreads over 500 acres of rugged Texas Hill Country, and include both sides of over a mile of the Guadalupe River—a spring-fed, crystal-clear river. Camp Stewart is situated on both sides of the river in a valley between both hills and limestone bluffs. Natural cedar, giant cypress, and various oaks are abundant, as well as all of the native wildlife around the area.
Stewart has a plethora of fun things to do such as Archery, Arts & Crafts, Camp Craft, Canoeing, Ceramics, Climbing Wall, Fencing, Golf, Horseback. Outdoor Cooking, Riflery, Sports, Tennis, and more! Or cool off at the waterfront with awesome ways to have fun like their Double Slide, Billy Bob Sled, Basic Water Rescue, Blob, Tarzan Rope, Water Skiing, Tubing, Zipline, as well as regular-ol’ Swimming.
Among a plethora of other attractions, Camp Stewart features Tennis Courts, Soccer Fields, a Football Field, Baseball Diamonds, Golf Greens, Riflery and Archery Ranges, Horse Stables for more than 100 beautiful beasts. And there’s also the Crafts Lodge where campers are provided a relaxing, open-air, breezy atmosphere where they can work on cool, creative projects!
Another frequented facility is the Camp Stewart Dining Hall—a comfortable environment with tables and benches to seat each and every Stewart camper for breakfast, lunch, and dinner unless it happens to be one of the weekly cookouts.
Lastly, the 23 cabins with indoor plumbing are of native rock and cedar are built in the same, familiar ‘Texas style’ to complement the beautiful facilities and majestic, natural surroundings. So how does bonding with friends, nature, and yourself sound? Get the opportunity at Camp Stewart; take a closer look by clicking here and, as always, thanks for reading!