Camp For All is located in Texas between Houston and Austin near the scenic country town of Burton in Washington County. The camp property, purchased in 1996, was once part of a working ranch. The tranquil setting, lush landscape and rolling hills that encompass the property provide a perfect setting for enjoyment, recreation and healing.
|The 206-acre camp site features more than 100,000 square feet of facilities, two lakes, nature trails, wooded areas and cleared areas for activities such as horseback riding and field sports. The facility is fully accessible and designed to foster campers' independence, and features wide, gently sloping concrete walkways linking facilities and maximizing mobility for campers in wheelchairs.
The main lodge includes a Dining Hall, Health Center, Gathering Hall and administrative offices. The kitchen and Dining Hall serve cafeteria style meals to approximately 300 people. The Health Center has treatment rooms, semi-private bedrooms for volunteer medical staff, an education den and medical support areas. Meetings and special functions for up to 200 people are held in the Gathering Hall. The Camp For All full-time, on site staff, includes a camp director and managers and staff in charge of programs, housekeeping, maintenance, food services and volunteers.
The Retreat Center includes four cabins and a Clubhouse. In the summer, the Retreat Center is reserved for staff, but in the fall and spring it is available to retreat groups and can accomodate up to 40 people. Each Retreat Center cabin has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a small living area with a kitchenette. The Clubhouse has a meeting/gathering space, two fireplaces, catering kitchen, laundry room and a large porch.
Cabins at Camp For All sleep 14 to 16 people and are equipped with accessible showers, commodes, sinks, and a sitting area. The 18 cabins can accommodate approximately 250 people.
Camp For All provides free tours of the camp site and facilities. To schedule a tour, please email Kurt Podeszwa or call 979-289-3752