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Who We Are

Who We Are

Adventure under the wide open spaces and starry skies of the Texas Hill Country. Connect with Christ, build friendships, and create unforgettable memories.

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Facilities & Safety

Facilities & Safety

By day you'll zip line, mountain bike, and swim in natural springs. By night you'll bed down in a cabin, hotel room, or yurt. And the moments between give you space to breathe.

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Lives Changed

Lives Changed

At Camp Eagle we want you to grow in your faith and fall deeper in love with the Creator of the universe. We see lives changed by time away, outdoors, and life unplugged.

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Financial Aid

Financial Aid

Some families need help due to job loss or other circumstances. We can help. We offer tuition matching, military discounts, and individual aid for all programming.

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Retreat

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REFUEL - Spring Break Retreat

March 14-17, 2022 REFUEL, our Spring Break Retreat is an opportunity for youth pastors and leaders to bring their students out for four days of adventure and fun.

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Retreat

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Father Son Retreat

March 25-27, 2022 Our Father Son retreat lets you leave distractions and worries behind so that you can grow closer to the Lord and your son. Adventure awaits!

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Retreat

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Minister's Escape

March 28-30, 2022 We invite ministers and their families to come spend 3-days on an outdoor adventure getaway. Take some time away from home and the everyday stresses of serving in church ministry, for spiritual refreshment, decompression and a chance to get deeper with God.

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Custom

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Custom Retreats

Church groups, businesses, and other organizations have enjoyed the outdoor adventure and beauty of Camp Eagle. Contact our Retreats staff to see how we can serve you and your group so you can grow relationships with others or refresh in the stillness of the rugged hill country.

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Camp Name Length Lodging Seasons Ideal For Ages
Summer Camp 7 Days Dorm-Style Summer Individuals 1st-12th graders
Group Camp 4-7 Days Dorm-Style Summer Groups 6th-12th graders
Retreats 3-Days Dorm-Style, RV, Hotel, Screen Shelter Fall, Winter, & Spring Families, Groups, Schools All
Races 1-3 Days Dorm-Style, RV, Tent, Hotel, Screen Shelter Fall, Winter, & Spring Individuals, Families, Groups All
Custom Experiences Dorm-Style, RV, Tent, Hotel, Screen Shelter Fall, Winter, & Spring All All

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"I enjoyed seeing the kids come together and bond as a team during the camp."

-Group Camp

"The staff is absolutely incredible and a main reason that I continue to bring our students to Camp Eagle. "

-Youth Leader

"A perfect mix of Jesus’ message and silliness wrapped up for every kid to stay focused and engaged."

-Summer Camp Parent

"I could go on forever about all of the good things Walkabout did for me. Whatever your circumstances, this program is meant for all kinds of people."

-Walkabout Attendee

"You create new relationships, face fears, and see the beautifyof nature almost undisturbed. At night, thousands of stars are visible."

-Summer Camp Attendee

"They were welcoming and supportive of a group of female veterans. We couldn't have done what we did without them!"

-Wounded Warrior Project Retreat Attendee

Preparing Your Camper

We want your camper (and you) to enjoy Camp Eagle. So, here's our advice on how to prep your camper for adventure at camp!


How to Get Here

Our address:

6424 Hackberry Rd

Rocksprings, TX 78880


Your adventure begins when you turn off the pavement at HWY 41 and Hackberry Road, where you will travel eight miles down our dirt road.


We offer a one-way camper pick up service for some summer camps. Contact us for more information!

What to pack

Attending a camp or retreat? This is our basic packing list:

  • Twin size bedding or sleeping bag 
  • Pillow
  • Towel & washcloth
  • Comfy clothes—plan for warmer days + cooler evenings & mornings
  • Swimsuit 
  • Comfy shoes—closed-toe preferred—you can hike in
  • Spending money for the camp store & coffee shop
  • Personal toiletries, medications, & first aid supplies
  • Flashlight
  • Bible, notebook, & pen
  • Refillable water bottle
  • Sunscreen & bug spray


If you're helping a camper pack for camp check out our full packing list here.

What to leave at home
  • You’ll need your cell phones for the trip but once you’re here, we suggest you leave it in your room.
  • Walkie­ Talkies
  • Knives, weapons, or anything sharp
  • Pets – not even little cute pets.
  • Alcohol or drugs
  • MP3 players
  • Electronic Devices
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