Camp Capers is an Episcopal camp located in the Texas Hill Country in the Diocese of West Texas.
An atmosphere of caring and acceptance pervades the camp programs of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas. Children, youth and adults work, play and grow together as they develop a community of trust, openness and sharing. Participants are challenged to grow spiritually, physically, emotionally and socially. Opportunities abound for making new friends, meeting people from across the state, learning new skills, taking responsibility for oneself, others and God's world, and having lots and lots of fun! The Episcopal Diocese of West Texas seeks to provide opportunities for people of all ages to encounter transforming relationships with Jesus Christ. Every participant and staff member is nurtured and cared for as a valued member of the Body of Christ.
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Camp Capers is located in Waring, TX, just North of Boerne off IH-10. During the summer season please use Camp Capers' main entrance, marked by a large wooden sign on the right, before the gate. For service gate access, please contact the office.
418 FM 1621
Waring, TX 78074
If you are arriving after dark, there are red reflectors on the road and a red reflective C at the entrance. Once you arrive, you will turn in and drive past the chapel to the office area.
Mailing Address: P.O Box 9, Waring, TX 78074
Physical Address: 418 FM 1621, Waring, TX 78074
Phone Number: 830-995-3966 ext. 10
Fax Number: 830-995-2393
Camp Capers Year Round Staff (On Site):
David Griffin, Camp Capers Director
Meredith Rogers, Program Director
Shelly Agee, Office Manager/Registrar
Graham McKim, Director of Food Services
Sensitive information such as credit card or checking account information submitted via the website is automatically encrypted. Camp Capers personnel are not able to retrieve this information. This information is not shared with any other party.
We do everything in our power to protect off-line user information in our offices. Only authorized employees trained to handle information properly are permitted access to personal information. These employees are subject to Diocese of West Texas guidelines in the handling of personal information.
For purposes of camp management, we may disclose general information within the camp community such as the name, phone number, email address, and address of campers. This allows our camp community to remain in contact with one another, continuing the relationships built at camp.
We may be required to disclose information during the investigation of fraud or illegal activity. For example, we may disclose personal information in response to a subpoena, warrant, court order, or other legal process.