Do you feel like a champion?

Hey, Camp Fans!

We’re always getting the itch at Everything Summer Camp to spread the word about great camps. And we have a lot of them to talk about—we work with roughly 250! If you’re looking for the right summer camp for your budding camper, check out the rest of our The torch is burning for your camp season.Summer Camp Spotlight posts on the Blog! Today, I’m shining my spotlight on Camp Champions.

In Marble Falls, Texas, Camp Champions is located on Lake LBJ, renamed in 1965 to honor President Lyndon B. Johnson. Camp Champions, which was founded soon after in 1967 has been providing kids with the perfect environment to have a fun and growing experience for nearly 50 years!

Founders Steve and Susie Baskin make the Camp Champions experience so great by spending lots of their time in the off-season looking for the best cabin leaders who show particular experience in their activity specialties so campers learn from skilled instruction.

Offering a wide range of activities, campers always have a blast on the waterfront and pool! At Camp Champions you get the chance to go swimming, paddleboarding, waterskiing, kayaking, sailing, and more. As for land activities, campers learn teamwork and skill with fun adventures like team adventures, horseback riding, Riflery, ropes course, archery, rock climbing, and more.

Campers also enjoy activities that sloCampers have lots of fun with crazy activities at Camp Champions where they learn to be champions.w the day down like arts and crafts, cooking, painting, dance, music, and more!

A beautiful campground, Camp Champions set their campers up in their 32 rustic cabins that sit along the lakefront. Campers make their homes among these cabins and the other meeting halls for activities and, of l                                                                                         course, the dining hall!

Excellent summer experiences are happening every year at Camp Champions with the philosophy of the Four R’s: Responsibility, Respect, taking Reasonable Risks, and Reaching out to others. Check it out for yourself right here and, as always, thanks for reading!

- JohnThe beautiful campgrounds at Camp Champions.

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