Growth doesn't just happen, it's inspired.
There's a reason Camp Travis fills up so fast.
Actually, there are 115 of them. And they don't include the water--skiing, the wrangling, the wild theme nights or the ropes-courses (though those are major contenders). No, the biggest thing that brings Travis campers back year after year is the Camp Travis coaches.
Our coaches are carefully vetted over months of off-season interviews, chosen for their skills as listeners and encouragers, and as models of what it looks like to be a strong, young Christian. We're big believers in the power of fun, definitely (look no further than archery tag or our ZeroShock stunt bag). But at Camp Travis fun always has a purpose. When a middle-schooler or high--schooler spends a week at Camp Travis, it's not just another summer camp. It's a seriously transformative experience.
Book your week now, to make sure you don't lose a spot in the best week of summer.
Lake Level Notice
For camper safety, we closely monitor water levels on Lake Travis due to the Texas Hill Country drought. Should lake levels drop below safe levels, we will shuttle campers to deeper waters to continue skiing activities.
Camp Travis Snapshot
- Grades 7-11 (completed the 7th grade through the 11th grade)
- 4 to 1 camper to staff ratio
- Cabins with bunk beds and electricity
- Daily Bible studies
- Land and lake activities
- Theme parties and praise & worship every night
- High Ropes Course adventure for all
At night, camp gets transformed. From a military battle field to a country hoe-down, each night takes campers to an entirely new, world. New theme nights will be posted in the spring of 2015.
Tenacious Clean Up - Campers clean their cabins and have them graded. Winner of the week has a party.
First Fruits is when campers use their Trail Guide (camp devotional) and have a personal bible study/quiet time with God.
Brush Teeth / Get Ready
Feet On Bunk or Flat On Back is rest time in cabin.
|5:35pm||Free Time / Showers|
Free Time before dinner is usually used to swim, take showers, or shop at the camp store.
|7:15pm||Free Time / Showers|
Free Time after dinner is usually used to take showers, shop at the camp store, and prepare for the Theme Night.
Theme Night is are crazy fun time of dress up and cool themed games.
We sing songs, play up front games, have skits, videos and a teaching from the Bible. This is one of the best times of the day at camp.
PJ Time is when campers get ready for bed.
This when campers, their cabin mates and coaches discuss the message, First Fruits time and any other spiritual focused conversation just before lights out.