OVER 60 ACTIVITIES TO CHOOSE FROM
With more than 60 activities offered, there is a little something for everyone here at Lonehollow. From athletic to artistic, team-oriented to individually motivated, backpacker to bookworm, we offer opportunities to both perfect those skills campers already know as well as venture out into new territory.
Lonehollow offers a variety of activities, giving campers the ability to choose their summer's adventure. Long term campers (two and four weekers) choose a total of 12 activities. Each camper recieves his or her own unique schedule, custom built and designed for your camper.
Ceramics / Pottery
Sketching and Painting
Hip Hop Dance
Skits and Props
Radio Station DJ
GLOBAL (this and that)
Junior Zoo Keeper
Natural horsemanship training
Polocrosse / Mounted Games
Western Trail Riding
Canoeing / Kayaking
Lonehollow campers are empowered to create their own camp experience from day one. On arrival day, each camper chooses his/her own individual schedule of classes. Some campers will choose a class based on the staff member teaching it, some are looking for a never-experienced activity, and some just want to be in class with friends. No matter what the reason, we aim to accommodate each child’s wish list of activities as best as we can. And then after classes start, if a camper finds something to not be what he/she was hoping, we have an “adds/drops” period where schedule changes can be made.
Campers choose up to 12 activities in which to participate. We follow a Monday/Wednesday/Friday (MWF) schedule and a Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday schedule (TTS) each broken into six 50-minute class periods with 10 minutes between classes.
Days are action-packed and begin at 7:45 a.m. with a reveille bugle. After breakfast, there are two class periods, then “refuel” (snack time at Lonehollow), two more classes, lunch, a rest period/quiet time in the cabins, another “refuel” and then two final classes. After a short break, campers attend dinner and then go to the evening’s activity. Lights will go out around 10 p.m. each night.
Just after lunch each cabin will also have what is called a "value session." These are specially designed opportunities for cabins to bond as a unit and get to know each other better. Activities vary by age and gender but all have been carefully crafted to help campers develop and strengthen their character, their viewpoints, and their support of each other.
"What we have noticed over the years is that our kids come back as much more independent and thoroughly happy individuals because they were given so many opportunities to discover their talents along with making new friends. This allows them to mature."
- Zach and Isabell's Mom
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CAMP LONEHOLLOW | PO BOX 826 HUNT, TEXAS 78024 | (830) 966 - 6600 | INFO@LONEHOLLOW.COM