What kind of food is served?

Kid-friendly, well-balanced meals are provided by Texas Baptist Encampment. Snacks are provided.

Please alert your Children's Ministry Staff if your child has food allergies.

What about medications?

We have a certified nurse as part of our camp staff. The nurse is responsible for the health and first aid of all campers and staff. The nurse will keep records and administer medications in compliance with state regulation.

What if my child has special needs?

Contact your Children's Ministry Team.

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how do I get to camp?

Check with your Children's Ministry team for specific details about transportation. Click below for a map and directions.

Can I write to a camper?

Absolutely! Be sure to send mail early. Camp TEN:10 is four days and mail is not delivered on Sunday. TIP: Send mail early to ensure delivery!

Camper Name

c/o Texas Baptist Encampment

P.O. Box 1265

Palacios, TX 77465


What should I Pack for Camp?

Camp is even more fun when you have the proper gear! We've created a downloadable packing checklist of what to bring (and what not to bring). Click below to print.

What if my child becomes homesick?

We have a full and fun schedule for camp, but it is not uncommon for children in this age group to become homesick. Our counselors are trained to offer reassurance and security and to seek assistance from the camp nurse. We will contact the child's parent/guardian, as needed.


Contact your Children's Ministry team to serve with us! We background check and train all of our camp staff to ensure the safety of and fun for your children.