There’s nothing like coming to camp! Whether it’s your first time or you’ve never missed a summer, we are here to help make it go smoothly!
Below you will find the answers for many frequently asked questions. If you have any questions throughout the registration process or leading up to camp, call the Camp office at (979) 968-1657 or email Katherine.

  • Week-long Check-In is from 3:30-4:30pm on Sundays. 
  • Weekend Check-In is from 3:30-4:30pm on Fridays. 
  • Drop-off for Day Campers (Monday – Friday) is 7:30am on Mondays and 7:45am Tuesday – Friday. 
  • For Week Long Programs (Alpha, Omega, Pioneer, Alliance, Night Owl, Discovery) Closing Program begins at 10:45am on Fridays. Campers will be able to be checked out after the Closing Program ends.
  • For Day Campers Closing Program begins at 4:15pm on Fridays. Campers will be able to be checked out after the Closing Program ends.
  • For Weekend Camp Closing Program is at 10:45am on Sundays. After the Closing Program is when you can pick up your camper.
  • For Midweek Expedition (Week Nine) Closing Program is at 
  • More than 14 days: Cancellation’s occurring 14+ days prior to your camper’s session will result in a refund of all payments minus a $100 cancellation fee for each overnight week-long session ($50 for each two-night or Day Camp session).
  • Less than 14 days: Cancellations occurring within 14 days of your camper’s session will result in a forfeiture of all payments.
  • Transfer to another session: Registration funds may be transferred to another session during the same summer if the request is made 14+ days in advance of the session you are transferring from. If the request to transfer is within 14 days of the session you wish to transfer from, it will result in a $100 cancellation fee for each overnight week-long session ($50 for each two-night or Day Camp session).
  • Less than 24 hours: For requests made less than twenty-four hours before check-in, there will be no refund or transfer of registration funds.

Cabin mates can be updated/added using the Optional Items section in your camper’s CampWise account. The campers requesting each other must be no more than ONE grade/year apart. Each cabin mate request must be reciprocal. While we do our best to honor cabin mate requests, we cannot guarantee that your request will be granted.

  • Each day campers go to the Trading Post to purchase a snack and drink. On the last full day of Camp, campers are then able to purchase souvenirs to take home with them. Camp Lone Star’s Trading Post has a wide variety of drinks, snacks, shirts, hats, water bottles, stuffed animals, sunglasses, and much more! All our items range from $1 – $45. The Trading Post store opens after the Closing Program for families to purchase any snacks or other souvenirs to take home.
  • Trading Post Accounts: All Trading Post money should be deposited two weeks before your camper’s session. Money can also be deposited into their account the day of Check-In by bringing cash, check, or credit card payment, however, prepaying will speed up the Check-In process.
  • Refunds: Purchases at the Trading Post are deducted from your camper’s account, and any remaining balance may be picked up after the Closing Program. 
  • Camp Lone Star partners Waldo to provide photos of your camper! This facial recognition app allows photos to be delivered straight to your phone during your camper’s session. By signing up for Waldo, 50% of the proceeds go toward camper scholarships!
  • More Info for Summer 2024 will be available soon! 
  • Clearly label all your camper’s items, especially towels, shirts, shorts, and Bible!

    • BED LINENS: twin size sheet set and blanket, or sleeping bag & twin size fitted sheet
    • PILLOW
    • TOILETRIES: body soap, shampoo/conditioner, toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant
    • CLOTHING: a change of clothes for each day, as well as extra sets
    • CLOSED TOE LAKE SHOES: water shoes that can get muddy
    • SWIMSUIT: (girls need a one-piece suit or tankini that completely covers midriff)

In an effort to create the best camp environment for everyone, we ask that parents monitor what is packed for camp attire. Campers may not wear short shorts, tight or extra low-rise pants, tight or revealing t-shirts, cropped shirts, or bikini style swimming suits. A camper will be asked to change if they are not in compliance.

If any of the following items are found, they will be confiscated and can be picked up by parents at the end of the session:

  • Cell phones, smart watches, tablets, or other electronic devices.
  • Weapons, lighters, illegal drugs, alcohol, tobacco/vaping/juul products or fireworks
  • Gum, candy, food or other edible items.
  • Any prohibited clothing items. 

To fully register your camper, all registration fees must be paid in full. Contact the Camp Lone Star office for questions regarding payments.

Yes! Please fill out this form and someone from the Camp Office will be in contact with you

You may log into your CampWise account and update this information in the Medical section or you may update it at Check-In.

  • Your camper will travel through the day with his/her cabin group and a trained summer counselor as they participate in a full day of camp activities. A typical schedule looks like:
    • Morning devotion
    • Breakfast & cabin clean up
    • All camp song time and VIP message
    • Cabin group activities
    • Lunch
    • Flat on Bunk (FOB)
    • Cabin group activities
    • Round up
    • Dinner
    • Slab Time
    • All Camp Activity
    • Evening Devotions
  • Camp Lone Star’s Medic Station is stocked with basic over-the-counter medications and first aid supplies. Camp is staffed with a Summer Medical Coordinator for the entire summer. All camper medications must be checked in with the medic staff at Check-In, including vitamins, supplements, sleep aids and herbal remedies. Do not pack medications in your camper’s luggage.  Inhalers and epi-pens are turned in to the Medic and then distributed to camper’s counselor for them to keep with them at all times.
  • If your camper has food allergies, please indicate this on your camper’s Health Form before your camper’s arrival so the food service staff can be prepared to meet your child’s dietary needs.
  • All medications can be picked up at check out after Closing Program.