Heart O’ the Hills Camp for Girls 6-16, located on Guadalupe River’s beautiful South Fork. Character-building atmosphere, worldwide, limited enrollment, personable! Personal growth through intangibles—self-confidence, teamwork, leadership, individual identity, dealing with challenges. Camp population small enough to be friendly, large enough to do many fun activities. "Tepees" and dining room are fully air-conditioned. Family style dining, tradition of etiquette.
Fun and instruction-oriented, offering more than 40 activities—traditional, plus unusual, typically including English and western horseback riding, Red Cross swimming instruction, fishin’, war canoe, canoeing, diving, competitive swimming, synchronized swimming, field sports, tennis, volleyball, softball, fencing, soccer, basketball, field hockey, cheerleading, drama, dance, "Just For Fun", archery, riflery, climbing and rappelling, sign language, "Smoke Signals" and yearbook, pioneering (camp craft, nature, and ecology), quilting, calligraphy and papermaking, leather work, ceramics, cooking, painting and sketching, jewelry making and beading, nature crafts, weaving.
Heart O’ the Hills was built originally to be a resort inn, and in 1953 was converted into a summer camp for girls.
Free family fun days Saturday, March 22, 2014.
Ragsdale family owned and operated. Role model counselors. Four-week and two-week sessions for girls 6-16; 7-day short term for girls 5-11. For brochure only 1-800-RAGSDALe; call 830-238-4650 for detailed information.