Summer camps in texas

Camp Olympia campers also parents agree, Camp Olympia is the greatest Texas Summer Camp or the place to be in 2017! We have campers coming back year-after-year also now have three generations of campers. If you are looking for THE kid’s summer camp in Texas, check us out.

Camp Olympia is not only a premier, authorized Texas summer camp, but one of the outstanding summer camps in the US. Our lovely summer camp is on Lake Livingston in Trinity, Texas- the East Texas pines are the excellent setting for an American Summer Camp experience filled with fun, the sun, and adventure.

The enjoyment IS ON at Camp Olympia for boys also girls from age 6 to 16! Camp Olympia offers two or three week overnight camp sessions, as thoroughly as a one-week camp for current campers age 6 to 9.
Olympia gives 40+ popular summer camp activities, so there is everything for everyone! Plus, every camper decides their activities! Camp Olympia gives an individualized camp activity schedule that combines the activities he or she is interested. Learn to ride a horse, waterski or wakeboard, tee it up at golf… it’s your option! All of these excellent camp activities are in addition to our Spartan or Athenian competitions also themed nightly programs.

Very importantly, Camp Olympia is known as “The Positive Zone” wherever campers develop character and values. The boys camp also girls camp learn responsibility and collaboration while gaining independence and confidence. Our dynamic group of college mentors serves as positive role models for your child, camp instructors that campers can look up to and who will assist and care for each camper. We strive to keep a counselor to camper ratio of 1:4 in each cabin because we need each camper to receive individualized attention.

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