It's Time for an Adventure

Big, exciting adventures make an impact. At Camp Eagle, our goal is to remove the distractions of digital devices and give your child the gift of real adventure. They'll rappel off of ledges, climb rock faces, walk along the side of a cliff, and swim in the Nueces River every day. We make the Bible come alive with interactive experiences that feel like a whole other kind of adventure, but leave your child changed. It is just one way we seek to inspire Christ-like change.


FAQs

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!

Start Talking Now

If your camper has never been away overnight, try a weekend at a friend's house. This will also give you time to talk through any concerns or anxiety you or your camper may have about camp.

Get Active!

If your camper is unaccustomed to lots of physical activity, prepare for camp adventures by slowly increasing their activities in the weeks leading up to camp.

What to Pack & What to Leave at Home

Download our full packing list and parent packet here! It includes all the information on what to bring for your camper to be fully prepared for a Camp Eagle summer experience.


Here is a quick look at what NOT to pack:

  • 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
  • Your Own Harness / Helmet
  • MP3 players
  • Electronic Devices


Food Allergies & Picky Eaters

Campers need a lot of fuel to power them through their adventure activities each day. Our Director of Food Services plans a diverse menu to meet the cravings of all of our campers. The dining hall provides 3 meals a day plus dessert. A special diets room is available for campers to store food allergy-friendly meals and snacks when necessary. Fruit is available at all meals and a salad bar is open during lunch and dinner. Gluten and dairy-free meal alternatives will be made available for campers upon request.


Campers get a chance each day to stop by The Nest to purchase snacks, smoothies, and treats.

Squirrel Bags & Camper Credit

Squirrel Bags

Check your account for this fun add-on feature. Upon arrival to camp, your camper will receive a swag bag with Camp Eagle gear that you've picked out to help get them right into the theme of the summer from day one. Camp Eagle gear options include:

  • backpack
  • hat
  • water bottle
  • sweatshirt
  • summer theme shirt
  • journal


Camper Credit

Help your camper get the most out of their time at The Nest and protect your wallet from overcharges by buying your camper Camper Credit. This is a set amount of credit that your camper will get to use at The Nest over the course of their week at Camp Eagle. Once the credit is used up, your camper won't be able to make any additional purchases unless you decide to add more $ to their Camper Credit. Click here to apply this add-on to your Headwaters registration.



Writing to Your Camper

Camper Mail

We encourage you to email your child daily. We provide a “Camper Mail” service for $10 that you can find on the registration portal under “Purchasable Add Ons”. Instructions for using this service will be emailed to you just before your camper arrives. The one-way email service will be active the day your camper arrives at camp. Messages are delivered every day at lunch. We find that the best messages are ones where you tell your camper how proud of them you are and how you are looking forward to hearing about their time at camp. Refrain from telling your camper how much you miss them, or other phrases that might make them homesick. It’s always good to close with, “See you on Saturday!” Remember, campers do not have access to computers at camp and won’t respond to your email (unless they write a letter home).

Getting to Camp Eagle + Bus Info

Getting 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. 


Rides to Summer Camp

Parents can meet our staff at the following locations for Rides to Camp. All times are subject to change. Rides to Camp are a one-way trip to Camp Eagle, except for Session #6, which will have the option to purchase a return trip. Parents MUST pick up their campers at Camp Eagle on Closing Day for all other sessions. The cost is in addition to normal Summer Camp fees. All registration and payments must be completed before the child’s week of camp. No refunds will be available. Rides will not be available for Session 1. Rides to Camp must be purchased the Thursday before your session starts.

Contact us for more info!


Houston

Bass Pro Shop – Katy Mills

5000 Katy Mills Cir Suite 415

Katy, TX 77494

9:00 am Pick Up

Cost $160/camper (includes lunch)


San Antonio

Bass Pro Shop – The Rim

17907 I-10

San Antonio, TX 78257

1:00 pm Pick Up

Please feed campers before they arrive

Cost $75/camper



FAQs

Summer Camp at Headwaters for 1st - 5th Grade

Session 1

Location:

Camp Eagle

Length:

5-Day

June 4th - June 8th, 2024

$600/Camper

Session 2

Location:

Camp Eagle

Length:

7-Day

June 9th - June 15th, 2024

$900/Camper

Session 3

Location:

Camp Eagle

Length:

7-Day

June 16th - June 22nd, 2024

$950/Camper

Session 4

Location:

Camp Eagle

Length:

7-Day

June 23rd - June 29th, 2024

$1,000/Camper

Session 5

Location:

Camp Eagle

Length:

7-Day

June 30th - July 6th, 2024

Reserved

Session 6

Location:

Camp Eagle

Length:

7-Day

July 7th - July 13th, 2024

$1,100/Camper

Session 7

Location:

Camp Eagle

Length:

7-Day

July 14th - July 20th, 2024

Reserved

Session 8

Location:

Camp Eagle

Length:

7-Day

July 21st - July 27th, 2024

$950/Camper

Session 9

Location:

Camp Eagle

Length:

7-Day

July 28th - August 3rd, 2024

Reserved

Not ready for a solo adventure?

Check out our Family Camp!