Just off the Caprock, east of Crosbyton, TX, Camp Rio Blanco was established in 1959 and has 118 acres. Camp Rio Blanco has approximately 50 – 75 campers per week ages 6-17. Hiking, swimming, crafts, archery, drama, puppetry and nature studies are just a few of the program activities campers have to choose from.
Camp Rio Blanco offers “mini sessions” for girls going into 1st - 3rd grade so they try out summer camp and aren’t quite ready for a full week. Week long sessions are offered for girls going into 3rd grade and up. Each week has a special "theme". Campers are grouped in units by age and the entire camp takes part in themed activties and meals!
While at camp, girls learn something about themselves, broaden new skills and even show their parents they can survive a few days away from home! Late night talks, plenty of new friends, a safe environment where girls rule and a place to cool off when the summer sun gets hot. These are just a few of the reasons many girls come to Camp Rio Blanco.