activities and program

daily schedule

We follow this fun-filled schedule Monday through Saturday. On Sundays, we like to relax and take it a bit slower. Campers sleep later, have more free time, and participate in special Sunday-only activities.

Arts and crafts at Lonehollow, a Texas summer camp




















Reveille (Wake Up)



First Activity Period

Second Activity Period

Refuel (Snack)

Third Activity Period

Fourth Activity Period


Value Sessions

Rest Period

Refuel (Snack)

Fifth Activity Period

Sixth Activity Period


Evening Program

Cabin Time, Showers, Etc.

Taps (Lights Out)
Lights out for oldest campers

camp activities

Summer camp dance activity practice

Each two- or four-week camper grades 5th – 11th will make his/her individual schedule upon arrival at Lonehollow by using their on-line activity selections.  If an activity wasn’t selected online, your camper may not have an option to take the class due to popularity.  After an introduction assembly to the activities and staff in each department, campers walk through a registration process similar to how college classes were once scheduled in the pre-Internet era. Some campers will choose classes based on the staff member teaching it, some will choose based on a desired skill they have never tried before, and some will choose a class because it is what a friend is taking. Whatever the reason, we want it to be just that…each camper’s individual choice. Once campers attend their first classes, they have an opportunity to take part in “adds & drops” should they find the class isn’t as expected.


Two- and four-week campers (4th grade and younger) will receive their schedule upon arrival built for them using their on-line activity preferences. They will have plenty of time to change their schedules as well. We’ve found it is less confusing for our younger campers if we pre-register them ahead of time, preventing them from running to Horseback in a still-soaked swimsuit. By completing the online activity preference, your camper will be guaranteed a spot in their top choices. Otherwise, scheduling favorite classes will be challenging.


Short Term campers will have a pre-determined schedule that will circulate through each camp department so, completing preferences in advance is not required.



NOTE: Some classes are fee-based. Those with nominal fees,such as ceramics, woodworking, and leatherworks, will be expensed through the camp store account. Those with a more expensive fee,such as Scuba, will be paid in advance of camp after being identified on the camper activity preference form.

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Camp Lonehollow's lead climber teen program on an overnight camping trip in the Davis Mountains in Texas

At Lonehollow, the goal behind everything we do is for our campers to have an unforgettable experience, and to discover, empower, and inspire their greatest selves while finding adventure. We have designed our Leadership Programs with these key components in mind to enhance our campers’ experiences and complete their full-circle journeys.


Lead Climber (10th Grade)

At its core, the Lead Climber program is a two-night out-of-camp trip designed to promote campers’ potential by taking them out of their comfort zone and pushing them to create an environment supportive of teamwork and perseverance. Lead Climbers also participate in leadership training throughout each two-week session and have the unique opportunity to speak at Closing Ceremony.


Leader-in-Training (11th Grade)

As our oldest campers, LITs spend their last year at camp still active participants in the full crew experience, with more activity customization, classes designed to develop and improve their leadership skills, and the opportunity to earn 35+ service hours over the course of each two-week session. In keeping with our full-circle concept, we want campers who complete the LIT program to become Lonehollow’s next generation of leaders.


Counselor-in-Training (12th grade)

The CIT program at Lonehollow is designed for students entering their senior year of high school. Through the CIT program we allow former campers to complete the transition from camper to counselor that began in the LIT program. CIT are held to the same standard as Lonehollow Guides, participating in the complete application and interview process. While at camp, CITs live in a cabin with campers and teach activities during the day. All CIT positions are paid positions.





June 2 - July 1

June 2 – June 16

June 17 – July 1

July 7 – August 5

July 7 – July 21

July 22 – August 5

First Term

Term 1A

Term 1B

Second Term

Term 2A

Term 2B


(830) 966 - 6600

PO BOX 826 HUNT, TEXAS 78024

Arts and crafts at Lonehollow, a Texas summer camp
Summer camp dance activity practice
Camp Lonehollow's lead climber teen program on an overnight camping trip in the Davis Mountains in Texas

activities and program

Summer camp dance activity practice
Arts and crafts at Lonehollow, a Texas summer camp
Camp Lonehollow's lead climber teen program on an overnight camping trip in the Davis Mountains in Texas