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July 10, 2020

Announcing Upcoming Family Retreat Opportunities

New Camp Capers Family Retreats

Beginning Thursday, July 16 Camp Capers will host seven brand-new Family Retreats for any family needing time to disconnect from the stresses of the world and reconnect with one another. These Family Retreats will be marked by time spent enjoying the beauty of the Texas Hill Country, morning and evening worship, and plenty of traditional Camp Capers activities for the whole family to enjoy.

Family groups may reserve a cabin or lodge room, then choose the activities they would like to participate in together, including kayaking and tubing on the Guadalupe River, the Big Swing and Climbing Wall on the Ropes Course, arts and crafts, Disc Golf, fishing, pool time, family campfires, and more.

Throughout the retreat, comprehensive health and safety guidelines will be in place to protect our guests and camp staff. Wearing fabric masks will be required inside all buildings - except family's accommodations, only members of the same household will share lodging, physical distancing will be observed, as well as proper hand hygiene, respiratory etiquette, and sanitization of shared spaces.

Registration for a family of four staying in the Lodge costs $825 and includes lodging, meals (dinner on first day through breakfast on last day), and activities; staying in the Cabins costs $765 for a family of four. The complete list of rates, full schedule, and more information is located on the Family Retreat flyer, linked below.

Online registration will be available at, beginning Friday, July 10 at 5:00 p.m. For more information, contact Camp Capers, at

Spend a Long Weekend at your Island Home: Sign up for Mustang Island Family Camp

Mustang Island Conference Center invites you to come enjoy a Family Camp session, through Labor Day weekend. Make time for sandcastles, boogie boarding, reading under a shade canopy, playing in the surf, and S'mores on the beach while the staff take care of the details. Families enjoy delicious meals, private boardwalk access to the beach, fun activities, family-friendly worship, and time to unwind.

Throughout the summer, the conference center has implemented precautions to ensure the ongoing health and safety of its guests and staff, including modified activities, increased cleaning in shared spaces, physical distancing, and gathering outdoors for worship and programming.

Online registration is available online, at If you have questions, contact Kevin Spaeth, Mustang Island Conference Center Director, at or Lynn Corby, Office Manager and Registrar, at

  • Click here to read the Summer 2020 Family Camp Guidelines from Mustang Island Conference Center.
Visit Duncan Park for a Family Vacation in the Mountains

Relax, play, and explore the Colorado Rocky Mountains at Duncan Park. Stay in a comfortable, private cabin surrounded gorgeous sub-alpine forest with easy access to well-maintained trails in a National Forest, the Brainard Lake Recreation Area, and private fishing spots along the St. Vrain River. Whether savoring a slow morning on the porch or seeking adventure in nature, Duncan Park guests will be refreshed and renewed by time spent with loved ones, unplugging from the stress of daily life and feeding body, mind, and spirit in the midst of God's beautiful creation.

Duncan Park is open for individual or family reservations through the end of September. All private, family reservations are subject to newly implemented facility guidelines for physical distancing and sanitization, including a requirement that all guests bring their own linens.

Interested families may contact Katie Young, Duncan Park Director, at, or Lisa Wray, at, for calendar availability and rates.

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