Walkabout 2019 Dates & Rates

January 5th - May 11th, 2019

4 Month Tuition: $5000

August 17th 2019 - May 9th, 2020

9 Month Tuition: $10,800

  • $1,000 non-refundable deposit is due upon acceptance into the program.
  • $9,800 in total is due upon arrival.
  • Walkabout fees include all meals, lodging, trips, education, staff shirts, a Red Cross lifeguard/CPR certification, and all program related expenses.


Other Costs Not Included in Tuition

Outdoor Gear: $50 - $600

Adequate gear is required for our wilderness trips. Students will be required to have a good sleeping bag, rain jacket, rain pants and hiking boots. Some incoming students will already have these things, for some students this will mean purchasing these things. Please make sure you purchase quality and light gear. If you are unsure on what to purchase give us a call for advice. It is possible to shop around for deals and purchase all the gear for under $300.

Medical Insurance: Walkabout students are not provided medical insurance through Camp Eagle. If a student needs to go to the doctor, they can drive into Kerrville or San Antonio

Other: Spending on personal items is not included. Examples include spending money on trips, personal recreation, personal health insurance, toiletries, bedding, laundry, etc.

College Credit Through Colorado Christian: TBD

Camp Eagle Walkabout Staff

Hayley Prine

Hayley Prine
Wilderness Director

Seth Fry

Discipleship Guide

Ashley Fry

Discipleship Guide


Located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, Camp Eagle is the ultimate adventure destination. Large, rollings hills provide an excellent place to mountain bike and hike while the cliffs on the side are a great place to rock climb and rappel. The headwaters of the Nueces River is located just one quarter-mile up river from the entrance to Camp Eagle, which contributes to a beautiful shoreline and waterfront.

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Walkabout students stay at the Wilderness Campus at Camp Eagle. They are provided their own meeting space, Mi Casa, which also serves as a classroom and dining hall. The stone Bathhouse is where all of the bathrooms and showers are for the students as well as a washer and dryer. The cabins for Walkabout students have the capability to house ten people, but will only have up to five for the duration of the program. There is electric in the cabins as well as heated floors and a large vent fan.